In-State Ohio State University Students Spared Tuition Increase

Ohio State freezes in-state tuition for the coming academic year(Photo: WOSU Archive)
Ohio State freezes in-state tuition for the coming academic year(Photo: WOSU Archive)


Ohio residents attending Ohio State University won’t see an increase in tuition this fall from the previous year. The university’s board of trustees voted unanimously Friday to freeze tuition at current levels for in-state students.

Non-resident students will see a 5 percent increase in tuition.

All students will pay slightly higher room and board fees in the coming academic year – between 4.1 percent and 4.3 percent. The new rates will range from $9,800 to $11,500.

Ohio undergraduate students will pay $10,037 a year for tuition and fees – the same amount charged this past school year. However, tuition for out-of-state undergraduate students will rise to a total of $26,537 in tuition and fees. Graduate students will pay $30,968 a year.

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