Ohio State reduces summer tuition

Ohio State reduces summer tuition

The Ohio State University Board of Trustees cut summer tuition by 50 percent for the first three credit hours of the first four-week summer session.

For the rest of the summer, students will pay 25 percent less than they do for fall and spring semester.

The reduced tuition is the second of a two-stage process to encourage students to take summer term courses and make progress toward their degrees. The first step, enacted for summer 2016, created a more flexible structure for summer that allows for a variety of course lengths.

Based on 2016 summer enrollment, the discount is expected to save undergraduates $1.7 million.

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