Increases also planned in aid for Pell-eligible students

Ohio State proposes increase in tuition and fees for new first-year students

The Ohio State University plans to increase tuition and fees for incoming Ohio freshmen by 3.9%, which equates to a $434 annual change from last year’s rate, according to a proposal being presented to the university’s Board of Trustees on Wednesday.

The new rate will then be frozen for four years for these students, who are the fourth class to join the university under the Ohio State Tuition Guarantee. The university will also increase financial aid packages for Pell-eligible students by $434 so that these students are unaffected by the change.

Read the full article on Ohio State News.