Tuition Assistance Plan

Faculty and Staff Tuition Assistance

The Faculty and Staff Tuition Assistance Plan pays the instructional, general, and non-Ohio resident fees (up to 10 hours per term) for employees taking courses at Ohio State. Individuals with the Postdoctoral Scholar titles qualify for the tuition assistance plan.

Please note: you must be admitted to the university either through the Admissions Office or the Office of Extended Education. You may enroll in undergraduate, graduate, or professional degree-granting programs upon meeting the university’s admission requirements. Contact the University Registrar or Extended Education for assistance.

After the Office of the University Bursar verifies your eligibility information, the tuition assistance benefit will reflect as a credit against the fees assessed for that academic term on your fee statement.

For more details, please visit HR’s page regarding tuition assistance here.

To learn how to enroll in a class, please click here.

Note: In order to audit a class you must enroll in the class and indicate that your are auditing. However, the tuition assistance benefit will not cover audited classes; this is only for courses you enroll and obtained a grade for.