You will receive an e-mail from FAFSA approximately 2-6 weeks after you have applied for financial aid to the address you provided while filling out your FAFSA online. You will need to open this e-mail and accept your award letter.
You will receive an acknowledgment letter for your application by mail with instructions on how to log in and view the status of your application along with your To Do's and other important information about your application.
You will receive an official acceptance letter in the mail. It may take four to six weeks for the processing of your application materials.
There are several ways you can apply. You may apply on our website or we can mail an information packet which will include an application to you. You may also stop by our office and pick one up. There is a $20.00 application fee for all applications.
No. If you have ever registered for classes, you do not need to fill out another application. If, for any reason, you sit out for a semester, you will need to fill out a re-enrollment form. http://www.ohio.edu/registrar/forms.cfm If you have applied but never registered for classes, then you will need to fill out a new application.
You can make changes to your address and phone number in your account at http://my.ohio.edu
There could be several reasons why a hold is placed on your account. You can find what hold has been placed on your account by visiting http://my.ohio.edu and choosing Student Center. On the right side of the screen select Details and Holds.
We offer orientations and placement tests several times throughout the year. If you are an incoming freshmen, you should plan to attend both of these events. Contact Student Services for more information email@example.com or 740-681-3310.
You will not be able to register for any math or English courses without taking a placement test first.