ASHLAND, Ohio (AP) — Ashland University is joining the list of Ohio campuses that freeze tuition for incoming freshmen to lock in that cost for four years.
University President Carlos Campo says in a statement that the change will help to keep tuition affordable and maintain the value of a student’s financial aid or renewable scholarships throughout their career at the private school in north-central Ohio.
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Tuition freeze is coming to AU for the fall 2020 incoming undergraduate freshmen who enroll for classes at Ashland University. Freshmen will pay the same tuition in their first year as they will in their fourth year. The four-year tuition freeze for undergraduate freshmen will allow new AU families the ability to plan financially for college, said President Carlos Campo, who added that “the same stability in tuition also means a student’s financial aid and any renewable scholarships will retain their value over a student’s college career.” 95% of AU undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid. #AshlandUniversity #AUFreeze #FutureEagles
Ashland’s tuition freeze starts with on-campus undergraduates entering the school next fall.
Ohio’s 13 public undergraduate universities all have tuition guarantee programs
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