Once you have made the decision to attend OSU, we recommend that you look into the different ways that can make continuing your education more affordable. Business Affairs offers multiple tools to help create a budget and make sure that you can afford to continue your education without over extending your wallet.
Information on financial matters presented by Business Affairs and Financial Aid to incoming students at the START orientation sessions
Financial Aid and Scholarships
A variety of scholarships and federal funding is available to help with your college expenses.
A complete rundown of academic expenses for attending OSU, as well as tools to help you create a budget
Housing & Dining
Planning to live on campus? Look into Housing and Dining plans for the upcoming year.
Part-time employment gives students the opportunity to earn money during the school year to help pay for educational costs including rent, books, food, and personal expenses.
Click here for the Fall 2014 student account billing schedule, pro-rated refund periods, and other deadlines.