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Financial aid for qualified students is available. The first step in determining financial aid eligibility is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and include Ohio University's Federal School Code - 003100.
The 2014-2015 FAFSA must be completed for Summer Semester 2014 through Spring Semester 2015. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance.
- Financial Aid recipients who seek the Direct Loans must be enrolled in at least six credit hours per semester. Students may enroll in courses concurrently (in the same session) or consecutively (one course taken in Session 1, one course taken in Session 2, and one course taken in Session 3 or one course in Session 1 and one course in Session 3).
To learn more about the topic of financial aid and how to calculate how much school will cost, how much you need to save, and how much aid you'll need, visit finaid.org.
Financial aid eligibility criteria is provided on the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarship website.
Ohio University reserves the right to make any fee adjustments that may become necessary, without prior notice.
The Ohio University faculty and staff tuition benefit does not apply for this program.
Nursing courses and other required online courses for which students in the online RN to BSN and other online completion programs may exclusively enroll are offered at a tuition rate of
$240 per credit hour for Ohio residents
(rate is a combination of the instructional and the general fees)
$243 per credit hour for non-Ohio residents
(rate is a combination of the instructional, the general, and the nonresident fees)
Visit the Office of the Bursar's web site to learn more about tuition and fees.
Additional courses also may be taken at Ohio University for credit in this program, the tuition rate may differ from the rates stated above. Students should check with their advisor before registering for classes that are not listed on the RN to BSN course offering list, which is made available each term.
Many general courses needed to earn a BSN were completed during your associate degree or diploma nursing education and will transfer to Ohio University to apply to the hours required to earn a bachelor's degree. However, if you still need additional support and general education course credit to meet requirements, you can earn those credits in three ways:
Students can access their student account information on the My OHIO Student Center via the MyOhio portal (my.ohio.edu). Students can view real time account activity, enroll in Direct Deposit, enroll in Payment Plan, view 1098-T information and make payments.
Balances not paid by the due date will be assessed a 1.5% late payment fee on all unpaid balances. A financial hold will also be placed on the account which will restrict access to registration, grades, diplomas, and transcripts.
Visit the Office of the Bursar's web site for more information about student accounts.
Ohio University offers a payment plan which will split the balance of the current semester into installments. The plan requires that interested students sign up each semester and there is an enrollment fee required. To receive the full benefit of the payment plan, we advise students to enroll in all classes at the beginning of the term.
Visit the Office of the Bursar's website for more information about the payment plan.
All prices are subject to change.
A late fee will apply to tuition invoices not paid by due date.
There may be additional costs, such as textbook costs, that are not billed by the university.