OSU Raising Tuition, Resuming In-Person Classes For Fall Semester

Jun 4, 2020

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Amid a projected 300 million dollar revenue loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ohio State University plans to raise tuition for undergraduate, graduate and professional students.

 Incoming freshman will see a 3.9 percent increase, non-resident tuition will increase 3.6 percent and international tuition will increase 3.4 percent. The school also plans to resume in-person classes this fall. Specific guidelines will be announced in the coming weeks. Social distancing and prevention efforts will be included. First day of classes is set for August 25.