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1 FALL 2013 SURVEY OF STUDENT CHARGES TABLE OF CONTENTS Table 1: Table 2: Table 3: Table 4: Table 5: Table 6: Table 7: Table 8: Table 9: Table 10: Full-Time Undergraduate Fees, University Main Campuses Full-Time Undergraduate Fees, University Regional Campuses Full-Time Graduate Fees, University Main Campuses Annualized Full-Time Undergraduate and Graduate Fees, University Main Campuses Annualized Full-Time Undergraduate Fees, University Regional Campuses Dormitory Fees, University Main Campuses Full-Time Undergraduate Fees, Community Colleges Full-Time Undergraduate Fees, Technical Colleges Annualized Full-Time Undergraduate Fees, Community Colleges Annualized Full-Time Undergraduate Fees, Technical Colleges NOTE: All amounts are rounded to the nearest whole dollar.

2 TABLE 1 FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE FEES, UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUSES UNIVERSITY CALENDAR CREDIT HOURS INSTRUCTIONAL GENERAL/OTHER OUT-OF-STATE MAIN CAMPUSES (QTR/SEM) (RANGE) FEE FEES* SURCHARGE Bowling Green State University Semester 12+ $4,548 $747 $3,654 Central State University 1 Semester $1,869 $1,160 $3,726 Cleveland State University 2 Semester 12+ $3,974 $800 $1,590 Kent State University Semester $4,114 $794 $3,980 Miami University 3 Semester 12+ $5,722 $1,152 $7,895 The Ohio State University Semester $4,584 $434 $7,860 Ohio University Semester $4,562 $628 $4,482 Shawnee State University 4 Semester $3,042 $546 $2,557 University of Akron 5,6 Semester $4,225 $803 $4,182 University of Cincinnati Semester $4,562 $830 $7,516 University of Toledo Semester $3,932 $595 $4,560 Wright State University Semester $3,709 $562 $4,002 Youngstown State University 7,7a Semester $3,180 $885 $3,000 *The other fees reported in the Fall Survey include mandatory fees assessed uniformly to all students which meet each of the following criteria: they are in fact mandatory, not included in the general fee, and are charged each term. The latter may include facility fees, technology fees, parking fees, or other mandatory fees. 1. Central State was approved effective Fall 2013 for a reciprocity agreement with 24 Indiana counties where the out-of-state surcharge is waived (Allen, Blackford, Clark, Dearborn, Decature, Delaware, Fayette, Floyd, Franklin, Harrison, Henry, Jay, Jefferson, Jennings,Ohio, Randolph, Ripley, Rush, Scott, Switzerland, Union, Washington, Wayne and Wells). Also effective Fall 2013, residents of Marion County, IN, Wayne County, MI and Cook County, IL receive a out-of-state surcharge waiver at 80% of the regular rate - $745 instead of $3, Cleveland State's transportation fee is a "pass-through" fee to the Regional Transit Authority in Cuyahoga County for the student's U-Pass. Cleveland State does not generate any revenue from this fee and therefore not subject to the legislative mandate restricting (instructional and general) fee increases at Ohio's public colleges and universities.. 3. Off-campus students are billed an additional $54 per semester for the technology fee. 4. Shawnee State has a reciprocity agreement with Kentucky such that it considers residents of Mason, Lewis, Boyd, Greenup, Carter, Elliot, Lawrence, Fleming & Rowan counties in Kentucky as qualifying for Ohio resident tuition. 5. Akron offers a reduction to the out-of-state surcharge for academically qualified students. 6. Effective Fall 2008, the University of Akron redesigned a non-mandatory parking fee into a transportation fee that is charged to all full-time students. Since the transportation fee is paid by all full-time students, it appears in the Regent's annual survey as a general fee. The transportation fee, however, is not uniformly assessed to all students and therefore not subject to the legislative mandate restricting (instructional and general) fee increases at Ohio's public colleges and universities. 7. Youngstown State has a separate out-of-state Affordable Tuition Advantage surcharge of $120 for students from its regional service area, which includes select counties in Pennsylvania, New York and West Virginia. 7a. Youngstown State has a transportation fee that is charged to all full-time students. Since the transportation fee is paid by all full-time students, it appears in the Regent's annual survey as a general fee. The transportation fee, however, is not uniformly assessed to all students and therefore not subject to the legislative mandate restricting (instructional and general) fee increases at Ohio's public colleges and universities.

3 TABLE 2 FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE FEES, UNIVERSITY REGIONAL CAMPUSES UNIVERSITY CALENDAR CREDIT HOURS INSTRUCTIONAL GENERAL/OTHER OUT-OF-STATE REGIONAL CAMPUSES (QTR/SEM) (RANGE) FEE FEES* SURCHARGE Bowling Green State University, Firelands Campus Semester 12+ $2,353 $112 $3,654 Kent State University, Regional Campuses 1 Semester 11+ $2,585 $192 $3,980 Miami University, Regional Campuses 2 Semester 12+ $2,338 $198 $4,547 Ohio State University, Regional Campuses Semester $3,456 $114 $7,860 Ohio University, Eastern and Southern Campuses, Lower Division Semester $2,323 $33 $923 Ohio University, Eastern and Southern Campuses, Upper Division Semester $2,465 $33 $923 Ohio University, Chillicothe, Lancaster, Zanesville Campuses, Lower Division Semester $2,421 $33 $2,268 Ohio University, Chillicothe, Lancaster, Zanesville Campuses, Upper Division Semester $2,465 $33 $2,268 University of Akron, Wayne Campus Semester $2,970 $88 $3,336 University of Akron, Summit College (Main Campus) 3,3a Semester $3,380 $714 $3,869 University of Cincinnati, Clermont College Semester $2,245 $360 $3,546 University of Cincinnati, Blue Ash College Semester $2,585 $360 $4,313 Wright State University, Lake Campus Semester $2,561 $303 $4,002 *The other fees reported in the Fall Survey include mandatory fees assessed uniformly to all students which meet each of the following criteria: they are in fact mandatory, not included in the general fee, and are charged each term. The latter may include facility fees, technology fees, parking fees, or other mandatory fees. 1. Instructional fee amounts reflect lower-division undergraduate fees. Upper-division instructional fees are $3,062. The general/other fee and out-of-state surcharge are the same for both lower- and upper-division courses. 1a. Kent State has a separate out-of-state rate of $796 per semester for students attending regional campuses and residing in select counties in western Pennsylvania and northern West Virginia. The specific counties are Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Crawford, Erie, Lawrence and Mercer in Pennsylvania and Brooke, Hancock and Ohio in West Virginia. 2. Amounts reflect lower division undergraduate fees. Upper division instructional fees are $3,635. The general/other fee is the same for both lower-and upper-division students. The out-of-state surcharge is $4, Effective Fall 2005, Summit College students entering baccalaureate programs are charged the UA main campus rate. 3a. Effective Fall 2008, the University of Akron redesigned a non-mandatory parking fee into a transportation fee that is charged to all full-time students. Since the transportation fee is paid by all full-time students, it appears in the Regent's annual survey as a general fee. The transportation fee, however, is not uniformly assessed to all students and therefore not subject to the legislative mandate restricting (instructional and general) fee increases at Ohio's public colleges and universities.

4 TABLE 3 FULL-TIME GRADUATE FEES, UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUSES UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUSES CALENDAR CREDIT HOURS INSTRUCTIONAL GENERAL/OTHER OUT-OF-STATE ANNUALIZED ANNUALIZED (QTR/SEM) (RANGE) FEE FEES* SURCHARGE IN-STATE OUT-OF-STATE Bowling Green State University Semester 12+ $5,084 $747 $3,654 $11,662 $18,970 Central State University Semester 9+ $3,186 $0 $1,971 $6,372 $10,314 Cleveland State University Semester 13+ $5,960 $838 $5,960 $13,595 $25,515 Doctoral Semester 13+ $5,960 $838 $2,384 $13,595 $18,363 Law Semester 13+ $11,096 $838 $4,438 $23,866 $32,742 Kent State University Semester $4,428 $794 $3,758 $10,444 $17,960 Miami University Semester 12+ $6,317 $210 $7,629 $13,054 $28,312 Northeast Ohio Medical University Semester 9 $4,383 $306 $90 $9,378 $9,558 Medicine Semester Not Applicable $16,378 $738 $16,378 $34,232 $66,988 The Ohio State University Semester 8+ $5,780 $432 $8,832 $12,425 $30,089 Law Semester 8+ $13,584 $432 $7,476 $28,033 $42,985 Medicine 1 Semester 8+ $14,372 $478 $8,904 $29,701 $47,509 Dentistry 2 Semester 8+ $15,596 $1,741 $17,944 $34,675 $70,563 Optometry 3 Semester 8+ $11,964 $957 $14,528 $25,843 $54,899 Veterinary Medicine 4 Semester 8+ $13,872 $635 $17,064 $29,014 $63,142 MBA 5 Semester 8+ $14,160 $693 $8,832 $29,707 $47,371 Ohio University Semester 9-18 $4,094 $628 $3,996 $9,444 $17,436 Medicine Semester 9+ $14,538 $616 $6,505 $30,308 $43,318 Shawnee State University Semester 9-16 $4,085 $313 $5,899 $8,795 $20,593 University of Akron Semester 9 $3,715 $654 $2,624 $8,739 $13,987 Business Administration Semester 9 $4,072 $654 $2,624 $9,452 $14,700 Law 6 Semester 12 $8,550 $779 $50 $18,659 $18,759 University of Cincinnati Semester $6,261 $830 $5,757 $14,182 $25,696 Law Semester $10,938 $830 $8,754 $23,536 $41,044 Medicine Semester 12+ $13,898 $650 $8,954 $29,096 $47,004 MBA Semester $9,443 $830 $2,372 $20,546 $25,290 University of Toledo Semester $6,518 $595 $5,117 $14,226 $24,460 Law Semester $10,289 $595 $5,773 $21,769 $33,315 Medicine Semester Not Applicable $15,271 $695 $15,102 $31,931 $62,135 Wright State University Semester $5,695 $562 $4,372 $12,514 $21,258 Medicine Semester 11 $15,421 $869 $8,330 $32,580 $49,240 Youngstown State University 7 Semester $4,513 $770 $1,605 $10,565 $13,775 *The other fees reported in the Fall Survey include mandatory fees assessed uniformly to all students which meet each of the following criteria: they are in fact mandatory, not included in the general fee, and are charged each term. The latter may include facility fees, technology fees, parking fees, or other mandatory fees. 1. General/other fees includes a technology fee of $ General/other fees includes a support fee of $ General/other fees includes support fee of $ General/other fees includes support fee of $ General/other fees includes a technology fee of $ The Out-of-State Surcharge for Fall 2013 incoming Law students will be reduced to $50; continuing students will pay $ per credit hour. 7. Youngstown State has a separate out-of-state Affordable Tuition Advantage surcharge of $120 for students from its regional service area, which includes select counties in Pennsylvania, New York and West Virginia.

5 TABLE 4 ANNUALIZED FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE FEES, UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUSES * Academic Year UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE GRADUATE ** MAIN CAMPUSES IN-STATE OUT-OF-STATE IN-STATE OUT-OF-STATE Bowling Green State University $10,590 $17,898 $11,662 $18,970 Central State University $6,058 $13,510 $6,372 $10,314 Cleveland State University $9,548 $12,728 $13,595 $25,515 Kent State University $9,816 $17,776 $10,444 $17,960 Miami University $13,748 $29,538 $13,054 $28,312 The Ohio State University $10,037 $25,756 $12,425 $30,089 Ohio University $10,446 $19,410 $9,510 $17,502 Shawnee State University $7,176 $12,290 $8,795 $20,593 University of Akron $10,056 $18,420 $8,739 $13,987 University of Cincinnati $10,784 $25,816 $14,182 $25,696 University of Toledo $9,054 $18,174 $14,226 $24,460 Wright State University $8,542 $16,546 $12,514 $21,258 Youngstown State University $8,130 $14,130 $10,565 $13,775 ** Graduate fees reflect tuition for general masters and doctoral level programs; medical, law and other specialty programs are not included here.

6 TABLE 5 ANNUALIZED FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE FEES, UNIVERSITY REGIONAL CAMPUSES * Academic Year UNIVERSITY REGIONAL CAMPUSES IN-STATE OUT-OF-STATE Bowling Green State University: Firelands Campus $4,930 $12,238 Kent State University: Regional Campuses 1, 1a $5,554 $13,514 Miami University: Regional Campuses 2 $5,072 $14,166 The Ohio State University: Regional Campuses $7,140 $22,860 Ohio University, Eastern and Southern Campuses, Lower Division Regional Campuses $4,778 $6,624 Ohio University, Eastern and Southern Campuses, Upper Division Regional Campuses $5,062 $6,908 Ohio University, Chillicothe, Lancaster, Zanesville Campuses, Lower Division 3 Regional Campuses $4,974 $9,510 Ohio University, Chillicothe, Lancaster, Zanesville Campuses, Upper Division Regional Campuses $5,062 $9,598 University of Akron: Wayne Campus $6,116 $12,788 Summit College $7,868 $15,606 University of Cincinnati: Clermont College $5,210 $12,302 Blue Ash College $5,890 $14,516 Wright State University: Lake Campus $5,728 $13,732 *The other fees reported in the Fall Survey include mandatory fees assessed uniformly to all students which meet each of the following criteria: they are in fact mandatory, not included in the general fee, and are charged each term. The latter may include facility fees, technology fees, parking fees, or other mandatory fees. 1. Instructional fee amounts reflect lower-division undergraduate fees. Upper-division, in state, undergraduate fees are $6,508 while the non-resident, upper-division fees are $14,468. 1a. Kent State has a separate out-of-state rate of $796 per semester for students attending regional campuses and residing in select counties in western Pennsylvania and northern West Virginia. The specific counties are Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Crawford, Erie, Lawrence and Mercer in Pennsylvania and Brooke, Hancock and Ohio in West Virginia. 2. Amounts reflect lower division undergraduate fees. Upper division, in-state tuition is $7,666 while the upper-division, non-resident tuition is $16, Ohio University's Zanesville campus has a $8 per semester security fee.

7 TABLE 6 RESIDENCE HALL FEES, UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUSES* UNIVERSITY CALENDAR TERM ANNUAL SERVICES MAIN CAMPUSES (QTR/SEM) FEE FEE PROVIDED Bowling Green State University** Semester $4,122 $8,244 Room and $1<512 food credit per semester. Central State University Semester $4,523 $9,046 Room and 19 meals per week. Cleveland State University** Semester $5,103 $10,206 Double Occupancy Room in Fenn Tower Dormitory and 180 meals & $300 Dining Dollars Kent State University** Semester $4,768 $9,536 Room and $1,830 food credit per semester. Miami University** Semester $5,450 $10,900 Room and $ food credit per semester. The Ohio State University** Semester $4,925 $9,850 Room and unlimited meals. Ohio University** Semester $5,425 $10,850 Room and $2,052 food credit per semester for 14 meals per week. Shawnee State University ** Semester $4,432 $8,865 Room and 19 meals per week and communication fee. University of Akron** Semester $5,191 $10,382 Room and $1,880 food credit for 19 meals per week. University of Cincinnati** Semester $5,145 $10,290 Room and Unlimited meals per week. University of Toledo** Semester $5,038 $10,076 Room and $1800 food credit per semester with 19 meals per week. Wright State University** Semester $4,038 $8,076 Room and board only includes $1,300 for board plan. Youngstown State University** Semester $4,238 $8,475 Room and 19 meals per week. * Rates are computed on average fall 2013 double-occupancy room rates, the specified number of meals per week, and either 2 semesters or 3 quarters. ** Denotes institutions offering a variety of room and board plans.

8 TABLE 7 FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE FEES, COMMUNITY COLLEGES COMMUNITY CALENDAR CREDIT HOURS INSTRUCTIONAL GENERAL/OTHER OUT-OF-DISTRICT OUT-OF-STATE COLLEGES (QTR/SEM) (RANGE) FEE FEES* SURCHARGE SURCHARGE Cincinnati State Community College Semester 15 $2,180 $129 $0 $2,180 Clark State Community College Semester 15 $1,770 $270 $0 $1,770 Columbus State Community College 1 Semester 15 $1,787 $203 $0 $2,416 Cuyahoga Community College 2 Semester 15 $1,271 $307 $408 $2,166 Eastern Gateway Community College Semester 15 $1,575 $45 $90 $510 Edison State Community College 3 Semester 15 $1,755 $230 $0 $1,755 Lakeland Community College Semester 15 $1,417 $177 $425 $2,845 Lorain County Community College Semester $1,351 $138 $291 $2,041 Northwest State Community College 4 Semester 15 $2,220 $90 $0 $2,220 Owens State Community College Semester $1,877 $217 $0 $1,877 Rio Grande Community College 5 Semester 15 $1,692 $525 $300 Not Applicable Sinclair Community College 6 Semester 15 $1,222 $214 $709 $2,681 Southern State Community College Semester 15 $1,830 $236 $0 $1,810 Terra State Community College Semester 15 $1,955 $217 $0 $83 Washington State Community College 7 Semester 15 $2,040 $155 $0 $2,040 *The other fees reported in the Fall Survey include mandatory fees assessed uniformly to all students which meet each of the following criteria: they are in fact mandatory, not included in the general fee, and are charged each term. The latter may include facility fees, technology fees, parking fees, or other mandatory fees. NOTE: State community colleges do not have local tax levies to supplement state support and student tuition, and therefore do not have a surcharge for out-of-district students. 1. Columbus State Community College approved a mid-year tuition increase for Summer Term The in-state per credit changed to $ and annual total to $3878. The Board also approved an increase of the maxium $100 for AU13-SU14 in May 2013 to the values in the tuition survey based on the SU13 adjustment. 2. Cuyahoga charges a $60 institutional fee to all full-time students registered for 12 or more credit hours per term. Since the technology fee is paid by all full-time students, it appears in the Regent's annual survey as a general fee, however, is not uniformly assessed to all students and therefore not subject to the legislative mandate restricting (instructional and general) fee increases at Ohio's public colleges and universities. 3. Edison State Community College is in the process of finalizing their tuition numbers at this time. This number represents the final expected tuition data. 4. Northwest State Community College has submitted and received approval to discount the Instruction Fee from $ to $ per credit hour. This reduces the full-time instructional fee per semester from $2,220 to $2,100; the fee per credit hour past full-time from $ to $146.00; and the estimated annual full-time fee from $4,620 to $4, Rio Grande Community College does not accept out-of-state students. Out-of-state students may be admitted to the University of Rio Grande, a private institution with which the community college is affiliated. In addition, Rio Grande charges a $225 technology fee to all full-time students registered for 6 or more credit hours per term. Since the technology fee is paid by all full-time students, it appears in the Regent's annual survey as a general fee, however, is not uniformly assessed to all students and therefore not subject to the legislative mandate restricting (instructional and general) fee increases at Ohio's public colleges and universities. 6. Sinclair Community College approved a mid-year fee increase Winter Term Effective January 2012, the in-district instructional fee = $737 per term; general fee = $143 per term; out-of-district = $473 per term and the out-of-state surcharge = $1, Washington State charges a $75 Campus Access & Safety fee to all full-time students registered for 12 or more credit hours per term. Since the technology fee is paid by all full-time students, it appears in the Regent's annual survey as a general fee, however, is not uniformly assessed to all students and therefore not subject to the legislative mandate restricting (instructional and general) fee increases at Ohio's public colleges and universities.

9 TABLE 8 ANNUALIZED FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE FEES, COMMUNITY COLLEGES* Academic Year COMMUNITY COLLEGES CALENDAR (QTR/SEM) IN-DISTRICT OUT-OF-DISTRICT OUT-OF-STATE Cincinnati State Community College Semester $4,618 $4,618 $8,978 Clark State Community College Semester $4,095 $4,095 $7,635 Columbus State Community College 1 Semester $3,978 $3,978 $8,810 Cuyahoga Community College 2 Semester $3,156 $3,972 $7,488 Eastern Gateway Community College Semester $3,240 $3,420 $4,260 Edison State Community College 3 Semester $4,119 $4,119 $7,660 Lakeland Community College Semester $3,216 $4,065 $8,906 Lorain County Community College Semester $2,977 $3,558 $7,059 Northwest State Community College 4 Semester $4,620 $4,620 $9,060 Owens State Community College Semester $4,209 $4,209 $7,963 Rio Grande Community College 5 Semester $3,984 $4,584 Not Applicable Sinclair Community College 6 Semester $2,872 $4,290 $8,234 Southern State Community College Semester $4,132 $4,132 $7,752 Terra State Community College Semester $4,364 $4,364 $4,530 Washington State Community College 7 Semester $4,390 $4,390 $8,470 *The other fees reported in the Fall Survey include mandatory fees assessed uniformly to all students which meet each of the following criteria: they are in fact mandatory, not included in the general fee, and are charged each term. The latter may include facility fees, technology fees, parking fees, or other mandatory fees. 1. Columbus State Community College approved a mid-year tuition increase for Summer Term The in-state per credit changed to $ and annual total to $3878. The Board also approved an increase of the maxium $100 for AU13-SU14 in May 2013 to the values in the tuition survey based on the SU13 adjustment. 2. Cuyahoga charges a $60 institutional fee to all full-time students registered for 12 or more credit hours per term. Since the technology fee is paid by all full-time students, it appears in the Regent's annual survey as a general fee, however, is not uniformly assessed to all students and therefore not subject to the legislative mandate restricting (instructional and general) fee increases at Ohio's public colleges and universities. 3. Edison State Community College is in the process of finalizing their tuition numbers at this time. This number represents the final expected tuition data. 4. Northwest State Community College has submitted and received approval to discount the Instruction Fee from $ to $ per credit hour. This reduces the full-time instructional fee per semester from $2,220 to $2,100; the fee per credit hour past full-time from $ to $146.00; and the estimated annual full-time fee from $4,620 to $4, Rio Grande Community College does not accept out-of-state students. Out-of-state students may be admitted to the University of Rio Grande, a private institution with which the community college is affiliated. In addition, Rio Grande charges a $225 technology fee to all full-time students registered for 6 or more credit hours per term. Since the technology fee is paid by all full-time students, it appears in the Regent's annual survey as a general fee, however, is not uniformly assessed to all students and therefore not subject to the legislative mandate restricting (instructional and general) fee increases at Ohio's public colleges and universities. 6. Sinclair Community College approved a mid-year fee increase Winter Term Effective January 2012, the in-district instructional fee = $737 per term; general fee = $143 per term; out-of-district = $473 per term and the out-of-state surcharge = $1, Washington State charges a $75 Campus Access & Safety fee to all full-time students registered for 12 or more credit hours per term. Since the technology fee is paid by all full-time students, it appears in the Regent's annual survey as a general fee, however, is not uniformly assessed to all students and therefore not subject to the legislative mandate restricting (instructional and general) fee increases at Ohio's public colleges and universities.

10 TABLE 9 FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE FEES, TECHNICAL COLLEGES TECHNICAL CALENDAR CREDIT HOURS INSTRUCTIONAL GENERAL/OTHER OUT-OF-STATE COLLEGES (QTR/SEM) (RANGE) FEE FEES* SURCHARGE Agricultural Technical Institute (OSU) Semester 12+ $3,438 $137 $7,860 Belmont College Semester 15 $1,530 $625 $1,515 Central Ohio Technical College Semester $1,632 $516 $1,380 Hocking Technical College 1 Semester $1,488 $657 $2,145 James A. Rhodes State College Semester 15 $1,938 $415 $2,353 Marion Technical College 2 Semester $2,141 $0 $3,101 North Central State College Semester 15 $1,843 $351 $2,195 Stark State College of Technology Semester 15 $1,748 $507 $1,365 Zane State College Semester 15 $1,890 $345 $2,235 *The other fees reported in the Fall Survey include mandatory fees assessed uniformly to all students which meet each of the following criteria: they are in fact mandatory, not included in the general fee, and are charged each term. The latter may include facility fees, technology fees, parking fees, or other mandatory fees. 1. Hocking Technical College's general fees include a $45 fee to fund the operation of its student recreational facility. 2. Marion Technical College has a $16 parking fee charged to each student each term unless they are enrolled in online courses only.

11 TABLE 10 ANNUALIZED FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE FEES, TECHNICAL COLLEGES* Academic Year TECHNICAL COLLEGES CALENDAR (QTR/SEM) IN-STATE OUT-OF-STATE Agricultural Technical Institute (OSU) Semester $7,149 $22,869 Belmont College Semester $4,310 $7,340 Central Ohio Technical College Semester $4,296 $7,056 Hocking Technical College 1 Semester $4,290 $8,580 James A. Rhodes State College Semester $4,706 $9,412 Marion Technical College 2 Semester $4,282 $10,484 North Central State College Semester $4,389 $8,778 Stark State College of Technology Semester $4,509 $7,239 Zane State College Semester $4,470 $8,940 *The other fees reported in the Fall Survey include mandatory fees assessed uniformly to all students which meet each of the following criteria: they are in fact mandatory, not included in the general fee, and are charged each term. The latter may include facility fees, technology fees, parking fees, or other mandatory fees. 1. Hocking Technical College's general fees include a $45 per quarter fee to fund the operation of its new student recreational facility.

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