Ohio Residency Rules
How to get in-state at Universities in Ohio:
Although the difficulty of earning in-state in Ohio significantly varies by university, overall Ohio can be generalized as in the most-difficulty category but several universities in Ohio have quirky unique stipulations that could make earning in-state status much less difficult for certain qualified people.
One such quirk for example is Ohio University’s “E-1 Conditional Residency” stipulation whereby you can get instant in-state tuition for up to 11 credit hours/term if you can prove that you make enough money to pay all your expenses for your one year domicile period through full-time or part-time (unlikely) employment in Ohio. You can’t count things like financial aid, grants, scholarships, or other sources of money though except your can use such sources if they are over and above what you need to meet your expenses. E.g. if you made $40,000 with Ohio employment, needed $40,000 for all your expenses including school, then you could also use.
Also, at some universities in Ohio, seasoned money in certain kinds of accounts is treated favorably.
Ohio Reciprocity Agreements:
Ohio is a non-participating member state of the Midwest Student Exchange Program which is a limited regional reciprocity agreement among select Midwestern States.
University-Specific Overviews Below:
Rules do vary dramatically from university to university because every university in the state has its own policies and interpretations of state law. Therefore, please see links below to available in-state overviews for universities in Ohio. If your college is not highlighted, then please consider buying a University-Specific Nutshell Report or see all available university-specific in-state overviews.
Popular Universities in Ohio:
Other Universities in Ohio:
Bowling Green State University-Firelands Huron
Bowling Green State University-Main Campus Bowling Green
Central State University-Wilberforce
Cleveland State University-Cleveland
Kent State University-Ashtabula
Kent State University-East Liverpool Campus
Kent State University-Geauga Campus-Burton
Kent State University-Kent Campus
Kent State University-Salem Campus
Kent State University-Stark Campus-Canton
Kent State University-Trumbull Campus-Warren
Kent State University-Tuscarawas Campus-New Philadelphia
Northeast Ohio Medical University-Rootstown
Ohio State University Ag Tech Institute-Wooster
Ohio State University-Columbia-Columbus
Ohio State University-Lima Campus
Ohio State University-Mansfield Campus
Ohio State University-Marion Campus
Ohio State University-Newark Campus
Ohio University Southern Ironton
Ohio University-Eastern-St. Clairsville
The Ohio State University College of Medicine-Columbus
University of Akron-Akron
University of Akron-Wayne College-Orrville
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine-Cincinnati
University of Cincinnati-Cincinnati
University of Cincinnati-Clermont College-Batavia
University of Cincinnati-Raymond Walters College-Blue Ash
University of Toledo-Toledo
University of Toledo College of Medicine-Toledo
Wright State University-Fairborn
Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine-Dayton
Youngstown State University-Youngstown
Every College in Ohio Is Unique
Just as every state has its own in-state regulations, each college in the state has its own interpretations. Learn everything important about how to actually earn in-state tuition at the university in Ohio you’re most interested in.