The expenses below are estimates only and are subject to change. Expenses are calculated for the nine-month academic ye ar. S tudents who spend academic breaks in Athens should budget $300 a week for living expenses; students who travel during academic breaks should budget for additional travel expenses . See Entrance Information for International Students for required financial documentation.
Students should submit documentation demonstrating that you have sufficient funds to cover the amounts for the academic year in you are applying to, as well as a letter from your financial sponsor confirming that they will make these funds available. An optional sample sponsor form is available for your use.
|2014-2015 Academic Year|
|Total Living Expenses||$15,310|
|Total for 2014-2015 academic year||$36,512|
* For fall 2015, Ohio University introduces The OHIO Guarantee, a unique initiative that enables students to pay a single fixed rate that covers tuition, room and meal plan, and fees for four years. Fall 2015-2016 costs will remain stead across a student's four years at OHIO. Learn more at www.ohio.edu/guarantee.
|2015-2016 Academic Year|
|Total Living Expenses||$15,635|
|Total for 2015-2016 academic year||$37,527|
Freshman Scholarship Information
Other funding sources
You may wish to explore these other web sites for information on funding your education in the U.S.:
U.S. immigration law strictly regulates the employment of international students. While on-campus employment may be possible, this will only provide a small portion of your living expenses through such employment. Further, the possibility of on-campus employment cannot be used to demonstrate you have sufficient funding for your expenses. Thus, the full amount of expenses must be documented before a visa certificate can be issued on your behalf.