A college education is one of the best investments you can make and we want to help you understand how to make your education as cost-effective as possible. Financial assistance, scholarships, and other ways to offset costs (i.e. co-op earnings) all help and should be considered when deciding where to attend. Cincinnati knows this and has been recognized as providing students with a strong return on their investment (PolicyMic).
Tuition & Aid
Tuition and Aid Information
- Find out what academic scholarships are available to you at the University of Cincinnati
- Learn more about Reciprocity and Metro Tuition Rates for Indiana and Kentucky residents
- For more information regarding the cost of attendance, scholarships, and your financial aid package, please visit the Office of Student Financial Aid
Tuition is the combined amount for instructional, general, technology, and campus life or distance learning fees as well as appropriate non-resident surcharges.
Along with the overviews below, more details on specific fees for your program, special course fees, and distance learning program fees are also available via the Bursar Website.
C Students ineligible for Ohio or Metro tuition rates