At Ohio Christian University, we believe the benefits of a college education far outweigh the costs, but we do understand that getting money to pay for college may be one of a student’s biggest challenges. The Financial Aid Department is prepared to help students meet their financial needs in any way possible.
The financial aid program at Ohio Christian University is designed to assist students in finding financial resources to cover the cost of college. The U.S. Department of Education and the University believe that a student’s education is a family investment requiring realistic student, spousal, and parental support.
The expenses associated with a Christ-centered, Bible-focused education are an excellent investment. A college degree opens doors, broadens horizons, and deepens understanding. At Ohio Christian University, students have the unique experience of integrating a Biblical worldview rooted in the Wesleyan tradition with their chosen academic major. This experience will enable students to have a true impact upon the church, the community, and the world.
The Financial Aid Department recognizes that most students are unable to pay the entire cost of a college education. There are several sources of funding that allow students to help pay for these expenses, including scholarships, grants and loans.
The following is a list of fees for the 2014-2015 Academic Year. Each student should take into account approximately $1000 for personal expenses and books each semester in addition to the fees listed on this page.