Money Matters

At Ohio State ATI, we understand that you may be concerned about your ability to afford a college education. Assistance is available from an array of programs funded by federal, state, university, and private sources. Students who demonstrate significant financial need may qualify for grants, while students with less need may obtain low interest loans. Our goal is to make it financially possible for all students at Ohio State ATI to meet their educational goals.

  1. 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. Students should plan for a 5 to 10% annual increase for all costs. Part-time fees are on a sliding scale.  Tuition includes instructional and general fees.

  2. At The Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute in Wooster, Ohio, we value quality. Our tradition of awarding scholarships that recognize student accomplishments is evidence of our commitment to excellence in our academic programs. Scholarships are awarded based on prior academic performance, class rank, and ACT scores. Scholarships do not require repayment and may range in value from $100 to full in-state tuition. These scholarship funds are made available to students attending Ohio State ATI through the generosity of private donors, business and industry.