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State Funding, Tuition, and Financial Aid Data

The Higher Education Coordinating Commission is responsible for conducting data collection, analysis, reporting, and research on all sectors of postsecondary education in Oregon. The HECC data resources includes historical data on state funding levels for public higher educaiton, tuition and fees, and key state financial aid programs such as the Oregon Opportunity Grant, featured below.  

Tuition and Fee Data  

Review historical tuition and fee information for Oregon community colleges and public universities. Updated annually in August.

State-administered Financia​l Aid Data 

The HECC Office of Student Access and Completion (OSAC) administers student financial aid and access programs in Oregon, awarding more than $118 million in grants and scholarships every year. Historical data on OSAC’s largest financial aid and outreach programs are below. Updated annually.

Data on the Oregon Promise program are not yet available since the first grants will be awarded in fall 2016.  For more information on the administration of financial aid and access programs, also see:

Students, families, and counselors seeking resources on college costs and financial aid may explore:

Funding Data  

Review historical data on state appropriations for public community colleges and universities. Updated annually in February. 

​For more informationa about the role of the HECC in state higher education funding, also see:
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Explore Community College Data 

Perform searches for custom data sets using the Data Mart and the data submission portal.  
Student Data on Enrollment, Demographics, and Completion 

Find answers to questions about student enrollment, demographics, and completion of degrees and certificates at Oregon public colleges and universities.  
Educational Attainment Data​
Progress toward Oregons' 40-40-20 Education Goals, and other key educational attainment data.
Education Pathways Data​

Featured data on education pathways of Oregonians from secondary to postsecondary education.