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Tuition, Fees and Payment Information
The fees listed here apply to professional students enrolled in the College of Veterinary Medicine. The university reserves the right to change fees without notice.
- $60 ($70 for International Applicants) Supplemental Application Fee (must be paid online)
This fee is required of every applicant applying to the College of Veterinary Medicine. The fee is non-refundable and not applicable toward any other university fee.
- $25 Acceptance Fee
This fee is required of every applicant applying to the College of Veterinary Medicine. This fee is non-refundable and not applicable toward any other university fee.
- $300 tuition deposit is required for non-residents. This deposit is non-refundable.
- VMCAS charges a separate application fee.
Payment of Acceptance Fee/Deposit
Please see specific instructions listed in the acceptance statement which will be included in your official letter of admission.
Estimated Tuition (8 credit hours or more):
|$29,426 first year
||$64,578 first year
All charges indicated are for two semesters (Au/Sp)
University tuition and fees includes general and instructional tuition; activity, COTA , recreation fees, and clinical fees. To view actual tuition numbers, visit the Registrar's website.
*Non-residents can apply for residency after their first year for tuition purposes. If you have questions about residency, contact the Student Service Center at 614-292-0300, email SSC [at] osu [dot] edu or review the Ohio Board of Regents guidelines on the Registrar's website.
Indirect Costs (books, living expenses, immunization): $21,042*
*This figure assumes the student is living with one or more roommates and share costs.
Books and instruments: Students must procure the textbooks, uniforms, and instruments needed for their personal use in laboratories, dispensaries, and clinics.
Living expenses: include housing, utilities, food, clothing, local transportation, and other miscellaneous expenses for 9 months.
All students must be immunized for rabies and have university health insurance or coverage under an equivalent policy.
**University fees and costs of books and supplies increase each year. Tuition and other expense are subject to change.