Tuition and Fees
Financial aid to pursue undergraduate studies at Ohio State is available in a wide variety of forms – loans, grants, scholarships, and work-study jobs.
Learn more about CFAES financial aid options and Ohio State's Student Financial Aid.
To be eligible to compete for financial aid, students must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year.
Be sure to check the deadlines for filing the FASFA.
Additionally, please indicate The Ohio State University (code #003090) on step six on the FAFSA application to ensure that you are considered for funding for your enrollment at Ohio State.
CFAES offers over $1.5 million annually in scholarship money.
To apply for these funds, a student must be a current student enrolled in the College and they must complete the online application form to compete.
The College offers scholarships twice a year and the deadlines for these competitions are November 1st and February 15th and each academic department also offers a number of scholarships.
Additionally, the College offers special scholarships to incoming first-year students.
All questions should be directed to Pat R. Whittington.
To be eligible for AEDE scholarships, students must be declared majors in Agribusiness and Applied Economics by the Spring Semester.
Those selected must have high grades, demonstrated leadership, and good communication skills.
To compete for departmental scholarships, students should complete the College's online application form by February 15th.
For the 2019-2020 academic year, AEDE offered 31 undergraduate students $63,398 in scholarship money.
Learn more about the scholarship winners and donors.