A - The Ohio State University has been ranked as one of the best buys in higher education by U.S. News and World Report. Smart Money Magazine recently ranked OSU as 11th in the country of all four year schools for "return on investment." You will find tuition and fees at Ohio State Marion to be among the lowest in Ohio. Our generous scholarship program can make attending Ohio State Marion less expensive than a public two-year college. You can also save on the cost of your education by living at home and commuting to class. However, if you prefer to live closer to campus, you may view information about private housing options at http://osumarion.osu.edu/housing.
A - Our staff are available to assist you with the application process for all available sources of federal, state, and local financial aid. Please contact our office at 740-725-6242 to make a personalized appointment with one of our experienced Financial Aid Counselors.
A - While you may apply for financial aid at any time, the priority deadline to apply for maximum financial aid awards at The Ohio State University is February 15 for students planning to enroll for classes in the following academic year. Please read application instructions at http://osumarion.osu.edu/financial_aid