Ohio State’s tuition isn’t cheap, but when compared to other Big Ten universities, it seems it could be worse.
Since 2007, the in-state tuition rate at OSU has risen nearly 16 percent and students graduate with an average of more than $25,000 in debt, according to a Board of Trustees document.
The flagship program of Undergraduate Student Government last year aimed to boost affordability. And last week, vice president of Student Life Javaune Adams-Gaston spoke to the Board about the need to increase students’ financial literacy.
But the Board said tuition isn’t that bad.
For the second straight year, the Board froze in-state tuition, keeping it at $10,037 for the… Read more