The Cost of Attendance (COA) is important for students to understand when it comes to their education expenses. The COA is an estimate of your educational expenses for a period of enrollment, generally two full-time semesters. The cost figures are a combination of tuition and applicable fees and allowances for related educational expenses such as books, transportation and personal and miscellaneous expenses. The COA also includes an average room and board plan as well as a room and board allowance for those who choose to live off-campus.
Every student will be charged tuition, the UPass fee and other applicable lab and technology fees. Full-time tuition is defined as a minimum 12 credits. Tuition is based on credit hour enrollment, Ohio residency and a student's academic program (undergraduate, graduate and law). Students living in a university residence hall will be assessed room and board charges. All other figures included in the COA are estimated expenses associated with attending the University and vary with each student. The tuition and fees schedule are subject to change without notice by the CSU Board of Trustees.
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