The 2022-23 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) opened October 1, 2021. If you haven't already, file the 2022-2023 FAFSA today. All students meeting basic eligibility criteria are offered Federal Direct Loans. The FAFSA is the only application for federal, state, and institutional aid. Apply annually beginning October 1.
Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships Services
The Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships provides services to students and parents both in-person and remotely. You can visit our office on the ground floor of Chubb Hall. You can also reach us at email@example.com or 740.593.4141. You can also contact our office to schedule an in-person appointment or schedule a virtual appointment with your assigned financial aid advisor. Required financial aid documents can be submitted using our Secure Upload Portal (see our Troubleshooting Guide for assistance) or faxed to 740.593.4140. Documents can also be dropped off in our office or placed in the drop box located inside the south entrance doors on the ground floor of Chubb Hall (Court Street side of the building). Please make sure your name and student PID number are listed on all documents. You are encouraged to frequently visit your My OHIO Student Center to review your To Do List to see if any items are needed to complete the processing of your financial aid.
Complete the 2022-23 FAFSA
There are various types of student employment opportunities at Ohio University. Federal Work-Study is offered to eligible students as part of their Financial Aid Offer. Only students who have been offered Federal Work-Study on their OHIO Student Center can view and select a position. Student hourly employment is available to enrolled students. Students may review current employment opportunities by visiting www.ohiouniversityjobs.com. Pay rate and hours per week vary. The Program to Aid Career Exploration (PACE) is an on-campus, internship-like program. It employs around 300 students per year. Eligible students must maintain a 2.3 cumulative grade point average and have finished 15 semester hours. To read more about student employment opportunities at Ohio University, please visit https://www.ohio.edu/financial-aid/types/overview.
Additional Payment Options
There are three financing options available to help families meet out-of-pocket college costs. Find information about Ohio University’s payment plan, the Federal Direct PLUS Loan program, and private loans by visiting https://www.ohio.edu/financial-aid/resources/additional. If you have questions or concerns about your financial aid, please visit https://www.ohio.edu/financial-aid/contact to call, email, or make an appointment with your assigned financial aid advisor.