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Tuition & Fees*

Athens Campus Tuition (estimates per year)
Ohio Residents
2017-2018

Tuition and fees*:

$11,896

Room:
(Standard Double)

$6,822

Meal Plan:
(Flex 14)

$5,790

TOTAL

$24,508

Out-of-State Residents
2017-2018

Tuition and fees*:

$21,360

Room:
(Standard Double)

$6,822

Meal Plan:
(Flex 14)

$5,790

TOTAL

$33,972

International Students
2017-2018

Tuition and fees*:

$21,632

Living Expenses

$16,320

Lodging:

$6,823

Meals:

$5,761

Personal Expenses (estimated funds for books, supplies, and personal spending money):

$3,736

Health Insurance

$2,174

TOTAL and amount required to demonstrate availability of funds for an I-20 Certificate of Eligibility:

$40,126

 

2018-2019

Tuition and fees*:

$21,515

Living Expenses

$16,726

Lodging:

$7,061

Meals:

$5,906

Personal Expenses (estimated funds for books, supplies, and personal spending money):

$3,759

Health Insurance

 

$2,174

TOTAL and amount required to demonstrate availability of funds for an I-20 Certificate of Eligibility:

$40,415

View more tuition and fee information, including regional and graduate costs

eCampus Tuition (estimates per year, additional fees may apply)
Ohio Residents
2017-2018

Bachelor of Science in Technical Operations Management (ETM courses):

$353/credit hour

Correctional Education program:

$340/credit hour

All other online programs:

$240/credit hour

Out-of-State Residents
2017-2018

Bachelor of Science in Technical Operations Management (ETM courses):

$356/credit hour

Correctional Education program:

$343/credit hour

All other online programs:

$243/credit hour

If you are pursuing a bachelor’s completion program in conjunction with a community college partner, you will be required to complete a consortium agreement if you 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 2017-2018 Consortium Agreement Policy (PDF)

View the 2017-2018 Consortium Agreement Form (PDF) * Subject to change by action of the Board of Trustees.

Additional details about tuition and fees can be found at the Office of the Bursar. The options we include above for room and meal plan are the most popular on campus. Additional details about housing options and costs can be found at Housing and Residence Life, and more information about meal plan options can be found at Culinary Services.


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


The OHIO Guarantee

The OHIO Guarantee enables students (Ohio residents and nonresidents alike) to pay a single fixed rate that covers tuition, room and meal plan, and fees for four years. Costs will be set by the Board of Trustees and will remain steady across a student’s four years at OHIO

Learn more about the OHIO Guarantee


 


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 to help.

Get the details about financial aid and scholarships

Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships Learn about additional financial assistance
(student employment)


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


Net Price Calculator

Net price is the difference between the full price to attend OHIO and the actual price you pay after scholarships and financial aid.

Calculate your net cost (Athens or regional campuses)