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Graduation - Affordability
Cost and Affordability

The University of Toledo is on a mission to make college affordable for everyone.  In fact,  75% of new students receive a scholarship or grant and 80% of new students receive state or federal aid!  Learn more about the costs of attending below.

2014-2015 Expenses*


In-state per credit hour cost (typical class is 3 credit hours): $335.49 
Out-of-state per credit hour cost (typical class is 3 credit hours):  $724.57 

Ohio Resident 2014-2015 Expenses* Semester Year
Instructional Fee $4,026 $8,052
General Fee $595 $1,190
Subtotal $4,621 $9,242
Room and Board $5,047 $10,094
Total $9,668 $19,336
Non-Ohio Resident** Semester Year
Instructional Fee + Surcharge $8,695 $17,390
General Fee $595 $1,190
Subtotal $9,290 $18,580
Room and Board $5,047 $10,094
Total $14,337 $28,674

* Rates are those proposed for the 2014-15 academic year and may not be the same for subsequent years. Residents of Monroe Co., Mich., pay Ohio resident rates. Tuition and general fees are for 12-16 semester hours. This does not include additional costs such as books, lab/college/program fees, parking and insurance premiums. Room and board rates are based on the Parks Tower/Academic House rates and the Premier 19 Meals plan. Fees are subject to change at any time.

** Special scholarships up to $12,000 are available to assist out-of-state students with the surcharge. Click here for details.

How can you get as many scholarships and aid as possible?

  1. Admission scholarship- your application also serves as your admission scholarship application, we offer transfer scholarships for incoming students.
  2. File FAFSA.
  3. Check out other scholarship opportunities at UT.
Last Updated: 6/26/15