Students in online undergraduate programs will want to view the Online Costs and Aid page on Undergraduate Admissions' online website.
Online Undergraduate Students
Online Graduate Students
Students in online or blended graduate programs will want to view the "Graduate Programs with Differential Tuition" section on the Office of the Bursar's website.
Athens Campus / Regional Campus Students Enrolling in eCampus/OHIO Online Courses
Athens campus or regional campus students who take eCampus courses will be charged eCampus tuition and fees. The eCampus tuition and fees will exceed the comprehensive rate structure for any Athens and/or regional campus enrollments.
The current tuition and fee information is available on the Office of the Bursar's website. All rates are subject to change by approval of the Ohio University Board of Trustees.
eCampus/OHIO Online Students Taking Athens Campus/Regional Campus Courses
eCampus/OHIO Online students who are taking courses that are scheduled on the Athens campus or one of the regional campuses should view the Athens campus and regional campus tuition and fees through the Office of the Bursar's Tuition and Fees page.
Remember: To receive the tuition rate for online degree-completion students, you must select "eCampus" as the location in the course offerings. You are able to take courses posted on the regular course offerings page; however, you will pay the Athens campus or regional campus tuition for these courses, not the eCampus undergraduate programs rate.
The current tuition and fee information is available on the Office of the Bursar's website. All prices are subject to change by approval of the Ohio University Board of Trustees.
Students can learn more about tuition and fees for OHIO Online students at Ohio University by visiting the Office of the Bursar’s website.
To apply for financial aid, complete the current year Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at fafsa.gov. The Ohio University School Code is 003100. Financial aid is offered based on results of the FAFSA and the student’s Cost of Attendance.
The Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships will send a Financial Aid Offer to eligible students. You should view your financial aid and accept or decline student loans in your My OHIO Student Center.
Bachelor's Completion Programs—Community College Partners
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. The consortium agreement must be submitted by the deadline listed on the agreement for the term you intend to dual enroll.
If you will be receiving financial aid for the online bachelor’s degree completion program and plan dual enrollment, you must complete the consortium agreement policy and form, and follow the instructions for submission. The current policy and form, as well as deadlines for submitting the documents, are available on the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships’ website.
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. To get started, review the information on the Veterans Affairs page on the Office of the University Registrar’s website. If you have any questions concerning VA benefits for online and distance education, contact the veterans coordinator by phone at 740.566.VETS (8387) or by email at email@example.com.
To learn more about the topic of financial aid and how to calculate how much school will cost, how much you need to save and how much aid you'll need, visit www.finaid.org/calculator.
Learn more about financial aid for OHIO Online (eCampus) students at the following page in the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships:
Contact the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships
Ohio University School Code: 003100