Ohio University

Online Costs and Aid

eCampus Tuition (additional fees may apply)

Ohio Residents 2020-2021*

eCampus and print-based programs tuition rate (exceptions below)

$240/credit hour

Correctional Education program

$340/credit hour

Bachelor of Science in Technical Operations Management (ETM courses)

$353/credit hour

 

Out-of-State Residents 2020-2021*

eCampus and print-based programs tuition rate (exceptions below)

$243/credit hour

Correctional Education program

$343/credit hour

Bachelor of Science in Technical Operations Management (ETM courses)

$356/credit hour

You will be required to complete a consortium agreement if you are pursuing a bachelor's degree completion program in conjunction with a community college partner and are planning dual enrollment for the same term. A consortium agreement is a contract between the student, Ohio University, and the host (partner) institution and must be submitted by the deadline listed on the agreement for the term you intend to dual enroll. You must complete both the Consortium Agreement Policy and the Consortium Agreement.

View the 2020-2021 Consortium Agreement Policy (PDF)

View the 2020-2021 Consortium Agreement Form (PDF)

If you are enrolled at any campus of Ohio University, the comprehensive fee does not cover eCampus or print-based education tuition and fees. You must pay the enrollment tuition and fees separately.

All tuition, fees, and expenses are subject to change by action of the Board of Trustees.

Ohio Residency

Students classified as Ohio residents for tuition purposes receive the benefit of a state-supported education, funded largely by the taxpayers of Ohio.

Get the details on Ohio residency

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Ohio University is committed to helping you reach your educational goals. Scholarships, need-based aid, and other forms of financial assistance are available if you qualify.

Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships

Veterans Administration Educational Benefits

If you are currently serving or have retired from the military, you or your spouse may be able to use funding through the GI Bill.

View more information about Veterans Affairs