Instructional Fee: This required fee covers costs associated with instruction and classroom time including classroom supplies and materials.
General Fee: This required fee provides funding for non-instructional services and is assessed uniformly to all enrolled students. These services are directly related to students' academic progression through the university. The fee also enhances many programs available to and used by all students including many web-delivered services. The distribution of these fees is determined by the Student Advisory Committee on the University Budget (SACUB).
Campus Life Fee: This required fee covers various recreational and entertainment facilities and programming that can be utilized by all students to enhance the campus environment and increase student engagement. This fee was voted on and approved by the student body.
Info Tech & Inst Equip Fee: This required fee applies to all undergraduate, graduate, and professional students in all programs. The Information Technology and Instructional Equipment fee is used to fund improved access to and assistance with information technology and to fund other types of instructional equipment.
Non-Resident Surcharge: This required fee applies to all students who do not qualify for Ohio residency. It is used to fund those instructional costs the state pays for on behalf of qualifying Ohio residents. This fee may also be described as “Distance Learning Non-Resident Surcharge”, “Non-Resident Metropolitan Surcharge”, “Instructional Fee (Non-Resident Surcharge)”, or the like.
New Student Fee: This required fee applies to certain first time students. Questions regarding this fee should be directed to New Student Orientation at (513) 556-2486 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program Fees: This required fee is college specific. Contact your college office for more information on the purpose and use of these charges.
Distance Learning Fee: This required fee is used to support the infrastructure (state authorization process, information technology, etc.) needed to support the Distance Learning Mission.
Differential Tuition: Effective Fall 2016, this required fee applies to any full-time student who registers for 7 units/hours, or more, outside of their primary campus, academic program level and/or career. This fee is the difference between the full-time instructional fee charged at the primary program level, or campus, and the full-time instructional fee for the campus or highest program level. The same applies to the non-resident surcharge (in some cases the non-resident surcharge is less so student will receive a waiver for the difference).
Differential Tuition Examples >
- A Branch Campus student taking 7 undergraduate units/credit hours, or more, offered by a Main Campus (Clifton/Uptown) college will be charged a differential fee regardless of class location
- A Main Campus undergraduate student taking 7 graduate or Law units/hours, or more, will be charged a differential fee equal to the difference between the undergraduate and graduate or Law full-time instructional fee.
Student Health Insurance: This required fee applies to all students. In general, students enrolled for 6 or more credit hours/units or experiential learning (i.e., Coop) are required to have health insurance. Experiential Learning includes Coop, Full-Time Lindner Professional Experience and most internships.
Students covered under another qualifying policy may waive coverage by the deadline and the charge will be removed. For more information visit the Student Health Insurance webpage.
Bloodborne Pathogen Insurance: This fee is required for all students in programs of study that may result in exposure to blood or blood products. For more information visit the Bloodborne Pathogen Insurance webpage or the Student Health Insurance webpage.
International Student Fee: This fee applies to any enrolled student who does not hold U.S. citizenship, permanent resident, Asylee or Refugee status. Students with a primary program identified as distance learning are exempt from this fee. Contact the UC International Office for more details regarding this fee and what it supports at (513)556-4278 or email@example.com.