Eye on Education

Ohio State Freezes Tuition

Tuition’s staying stagnant at Ohio’s flagship university. Undergraduates at Ohio State’s Columbus campus will pay $10,036 per year, while graduate students will pay $12,424, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports, yet most of the state’s other public universities are increasing tuition by 2 percent.

Ohio State University trustees voted Friday to freeze tuition for the second consecutive year. In addition, trustees approved a freeze on graduate instructional fees. Nearly every public university in the state will increase tuition 2 percent, the maximum allowed by the state.

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