ODU recommends that you apply for financial aid and scholarships as early as possible to help you find the resources you need and minimize any financial disruptions.
The tuition and fees for ODU's master's programs for Fall 2014 are:
Ohio Dominican gives a 25 percent tuition discount to all Diocesan teachers. For more information, please contact the Graduate Admission Office at (614) 251-4615 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduate-level study likely will advance your career and deepen your knowledge. However, we realize that you may need financial assistance to complete your degree. As an ODU student, you maybe eligible for an unsubsidized (non-need based) Federal Stafford Loan. Here are a few specifics:
To be considered for these loans, you must:
Steps for filing your FAFSA:
Both direct and indirect educational expenses are used when determining your eligibility for financial aid. Individual student budgets are based on the student's actual enrollment status, degree program, and tuition and fees as determined by Ohio Dominican.