Financial aid for qualified students is available. The first step in determining financial aid eligibility is to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and include Ohio University's Federal School Code - 003100.
The 2012-2013 FAFSA must be completed for Summer Quarter 2012 through Spring Semester 2013. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance.
- Financial Aid recipients must be registered for at least six credit hours. In order to achieve a minimum of six credit hours, students will need to enroll in at least two courses. The courses can be taken concurrently (in the same session), or one course can be taken in Session I, and one course can be taken in Session II.
- Students who plan to receive financial aid will need to register for the Session II course at the same time the course for Session I is registered. A student who has completed the FAFSA and student loan processes will not have student loans applied to the account at the Bursar's Office if less than six credit hours are registered.
Ohio University reserves the right to make any fee adjustments that may become necessary, without prior notice.
The Ohio University faculty and staff tuition benefit does not apply for this program.