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Ohio Dominican University offers a number of options to pay for your Endorsement or Licensure.

There are four payment options available:

  • Interest Free Payment Plan
  • Employer Reimbursement Plan
  • Pay in Full
  • Alternative Loan

Payment arrangements must be made prior to the first class. If you have any questions, contact the Bursar & Business Office at (614) 251-4550 or busoffice@ohiodominican.edu

View Bursar / Business Office

1. Interest Free Payment Plan

The payment plan usually consists of five interest-free payments per semester. The earlier students enroll in the program, the more likely the lowest payment option will be available.

A non-refundable enrollment fee is required to initiate a payment plan per semester.Other program fees may apply which may affect payment amount.  

2. Employer Reimbursement Plan

This is a deferred method of payment offered to students whose employer will pay for their courses. On or before your tuition due date, you must provide the ODU Business Office with both:
  • A signed authorization from your employer of your eligibility for tuition reimbursement.
  • There will be a 1.5% service charge on the amount deferred. 

Remember to use your ODU Student ID# on all correspondence.

3. Payment in Full

Tuition can be paid in full with cash, check, money order or credit card. Our BillPay webpage has all the details on the different payment methods, service fees, etc.

View Bill Pay

4. Private & Alternative Loans

When seeking a non-degree endorsement, Federal Financial aid is not available.

You may be eligible for private loans. Eligibility is based on a credit check. You may receive a better interest rate if you apply with a co-signer. Be sure to choose a loan product that will approve a loan for non-degree seeking students.

View more information on Private Education Loans / Alternative Loans on the webpage link below.

View Loan Types