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Tuition and Fees

Here’s the scoop on tuition and expenses at Ohio State ATI. Rates are different for Ohio State ATI and the Columbus campus, and for Ohio residents vs. non-Ohio residents.

Tuition and fees may vary by major, college, and area of study. The university reserves the right to assess fees for special services and programs applicable to students. Non-Ohio resident students should plan for a 5 to 10% annual increase for all costs, whereas Ohio residents are provided Ohio State’s Tuition Guarantee (read more below). Part-time fees are on a sliding scale.  Tuition includes instructional and general fees.

To view 2024-2025 estimated cost of attendance, select the appropriate link and scroll to view “Regional Campus and ATI” chart(s) or click the 2024-2025 Estimated Expenses to the right.
Cost of Attendance – Incoming Freshmen
Cost of Attendance – Incoming Transfer 
Cost of Attendance – Current Students

Ohio State Tuition Guarantee

The Ohio State Tuition Guarantee provides Ohio students and their families certainty about the cost of full-time in-state tuition, general fees, housing and dining.

The guarantee sets rates for in-state tuition, mandatory fees and housing and dining costs for each entering class of first-year Ohio resident students and freezes those rates four years.

Students are identified by the Tuition Group or cohort in which they first enrolled at Ohio State and are charged based on the corresponding rate. Students transferring from other institutions are included in the cohort in which they first entered college. Campus change students who move to the Columbus campus from an Ohio State regional campus pay the Columbus campus guaranteed rate that corresponds to their cohort.

More information:

For an explanation of fees, click here.

Students enrolling at any college or university should allow for other expenses such as health insurance, books and supplies, phone, transportation, recreation, and other personal needs. These expenses are considered when financial aid awards are made. See Student Financial Aid’s website to learn more.