Did Ohio State adjust the cost of tuition and fees because autumn 2020 includes a mix of in-person, online and hybrid courses?

The mix of in-person, online and blended teaching continues to meet the university’s high academic standards while Ohio State implements plans for health and safety, as outlined at safeandhealthy.osu.edu. All courses are designed to meet specific learning objectives for students, and they are offered for full academic credit.

The university has a single tuition model for students who are taking all or some of their courses in-person or in a blended mode on our campuses. There is a different structure for undergraduate and graduate students who are fully online. Professional students are charged based on their program’s structure. The university has not otherwise adjusted tuition and academic fees, which are the primary way that we fund the costs related to instruction.

To view tuition and fee information, go to: registrar.osu.edu/FeeTables/MainFeeTables.asp.

See examples of the tuition and fee structure for in-person and blended education versus the structure for fully online students: