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The Instructional Fee is used to fund instructional costs at the university. Students who are registered for classes at more than one campus of The Ohio State University during any single term will have their fees assessed based on the campus carrying the majority of their instructional credit hours. For more information, please go to the Guidelines for Multi-Campus Students page.
Surcharge Fee on Overload Enrollments:
Starting autumn semester 2012, students enrolled in more than 18 credit hours will be billed for credits beyond 18, in addition to billing for full-time enrollment (12-18 credits, for undergraduate students). The "Over 18 Hours" rate is the same as the per credit hour rate up to 12 hours, and applies only to instructional, general and non-resident fees.
Student Activity Fee:
All students at the Columbus campus of The Ohio State University are assessed a Student Activity Fee each term to support programs that benefit all students. The fee supports free on-campus entertainment, cultural and arts events, student organizations and clubs, and discounted tickets to sports, arts and cultural events in the Columbus community and throughout Ohio. Approved by the Board of Trustees to support free and discounted programs and opportunities on and around campus for all students. The fee is$37.50 per term. Learn more at http://ohiounion.osu.edu/get_involved/student_activity_fee/faq.
Student Union Facility Fee:
All students at the Columbus campus of The Ohio State University are assessed a facility fee for the Ohio Union. The student fee helps fund the Ohio Union facility, student organization and student meeting space, and cutting-edge venues that support student programming.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) provides students with unlimited use of COTA services in exchange for a flat fee per term. The fee of $13.50 per term applies only to Columbus campus. For a copy of COTA guidelines, please go to the COTA fee page.
Distance Education Fee:
A distance education course is defined as those courses with no scheduled in-classroom or on-site activities. A distance education administration surcharge of $100 per student per term is charged for any student who is enrolled for only courses tagged as distance education courses. The revenue generated from this fee will fund 24/7 distance education support. If a distance education student is enrolled as a non-resident, a non-resident distance fee of $5 will be assessed, but the regular non-resident fee will be waived. Site-based fees (e.g. COTA Fee, Recreation Center Fee and the Ohio Union Fee) will also be waived for such a student. If a student has any regular or “hybrid” (regular courses that also have a significant distance education component but are not exclusively distance education) courses in addition to distance education classes, all regular fees will be assessed.
The General Fee is mandated by the State of Ohio for the funding of non-instructional student services. At The Ohio State University, general fees provide those student services whose primary purpose is to contribute to the students' emotional and physical well being, as well as their cultural and social development outside the context of the formal instructional program. Included in this category are: Counseling and Consultation Services, Student Health Services, Recreational and Intramural Sports, the Student Unions, Disability Services and the Multicultural Center.
Learning Technology Fee:
Some plans are charged a Learning Technology Fee to pay certain technology related expenses within the primary program. To see if a particular program or plan has a fee go to Fee Tables.
All students (except those who are regular employees of the university) taking 4 or more credit hours on the Columbus campus are assessed this fee, which provides support for all campus recreational sports facilities, programs and services. Students who are assessed the fee are automatic members of the recreational sports facilities and eligible for all member benefits. For more information go to recsports.osu.edu. For current fee rates, please go to Fee Tables. Exception applies to Post-Candidacy Doctoral students who are considered at a full-time status at 3 credit hours. Post-Candidacy Doctoral students will be assessed this fee beginning at that level of enrollment.
Some programs charge a Program Fee to pay for certain program related expenses. To see if a particular plan has a fee go to Fee Tables.
American Language Program (ALP) Fee: $8,185/course (EDUTL 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007, and 1010)
ATI (Wooster) Safety Fee: $22.50
Zero Credit Hour Courses:
No Forfeiture (100% refund period): Through the first Friday of classes.
25% Forfeiture (75% refund period): 1st Saturday through the 2nd Friday of classes.
50% Forfeiture (50% refund period): 2nd Saturday through the 4th Friday of classes.
100% Forfeiture (no refund): After the 4th Friday of classes.
Clinical Education Support Fee:
Clinical Usage Fee:
International Undergraduate Student Fee:
Late Payment Fees:
Late Add Fees:
Late Registration Fees:
Law Transcript Fee:
Law Student Bar Association:
Nursing Clinical Fee:
Optometry Professional Association Fee:
Publication Fees: (Assessed first term of enrollment each year)
AGR, ENR, ATI
$2.00 (All Campuses)
$1.00 (All Campuses)
Room & Board:
Student Health Insurance:
Student Legal Services:
Veterinary Medicine Clinical Education Fee:
Course Fee(s) are designed to fund additional costs for specific courses. Any courses that require added materials and/or equipment will have this fee assessed. The College or plan (major) determines the level of the course fee. To see if a particular course has a fee, please visit the complete course fees listing.
Courses that are assigned zero credit hours are charged at the 0.5 credit hour rate, unless otherwise indicated. Note: The first line on each fee table is for 0.0-0.5 credit hours. For example: Students who register for a 3 credit hour class and a zero credit hour class will be charged at the 3.5 credit hour rate.
Students who choose to audit a course will need to see their academic advisor to register as an audit for the course and will be charged full tuition and fees for the audited course in addition to their other courses. All registration and payment deadlines apply.
You will be assessed forfeiture fees if you drop below full time (undergraduate 12 hours; graduate or graduate/professional 8 hours) or withdraw after the first Friday of the semester. Forfeiture fees also apply to part-time students who drop classes or withdraw.
Dentistry (Program = DENT, Plan = DENT-DDS) $984.00/term
Dental Hygiene (Program = UDHY, Plan = DENTHYG-BS) $379.00/term (not assessed in summer term)
Optometry $394.00/term (Program Optometry)
Beginning autumn 2012, all new international undergraduate students will be assessed a $500 fee per term. This fee will provide additional resources for international students including further strengthening academic support services; expanding language proficiency offerings; enhancing temporary housing and counseling services; and accelerated planning and delivery of new programs.
$200 for failure to pay by the payment due date (7 calendar day before the first day of classes). This includes the first installment of the Tuition Option Payment Plan (TOPP).
Increases to $300 for failure to pay by the 2nd Friday of classes. Note: Separate late fees are assessed on behalf of University Residences and Dining Services.
In addition, students will be assessed:
$100 for each class added after the 2nd Friday of classes
$500 for initial registration after the 2nd Friday of classes
One time fee of $25.00 assessed the first time enrolled in the LAW career.
One time fee of $45.00 assessed the first time enrolled in the LAW career.
$55 fee assessed once per academic year beginning in autumn for students enrolled in Optometry.
New transfer students and new first semester freshmen students enrolling for the spring and summer terms will be assessed a one time fee of $25. New students enrolling in autumn semester on Columbus campus will be assessed a one time fee of $50. Regional Campus students will be assessed a one time fee of $50 (labeled the "New Student Enrollment Fee" on the Statement of Account). International Affairs students enrolling will be assessed a one time fee of $50 their first term. Go to http://orientation.osu.edu/index.html for additional information on orientation.
Third and fourth year medical students are assessed a fee of $30 during autumn and spring semester (Program is MED).
Students who have not paid tuition, all fees, and prior term balances by the 2nd Friday of classes will be dropped from all enrollments for non payment. Students who have been dropped for non-payment and wish to be re-enrolled will be assessed a $300 fee to re-enroll in addition to any incurred late fees.
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Assessed to students who are in a degree granting program with at least one credit that is not distance learning, whose home campus is Columbus, and who are not regular employees of The Ohio State University. The fee is assessed only once at first enrollment for the academic year:
$40 if enrolled in autumn (autumn through summer term coverage)
$23 if enrolled in spring, but was not enrolled for autumn (spring and summer term coverage)
$6 for summer only.
Law students are assessed $40 if enrolled for autumn, $23 if enrolled for winter/spring and $6 for summer only.
To opt out of this fee and waive your coverage, please see the information available at http://studentlegal.osu.edu/waive-coverage.html.
$7.00 per copy
$185 Tiers 1 and Tier 3
$135 Tier 2
$235 Tier 4
Note 1: Non-residents must pay the non-resident total.
Note 2: Fees are assessed based on your program and/or plan of enrollment.