Ball State Ohio Reciprocity Agreement

  • April 8, 2021
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For residents of the state, the total cost is $41,122, which is 67.5% higher than for Indiana residents. Tuition fees are $25,806, while room and distribution is $10,234, books and stocks $1,354 and other fees are $662. Stephanie McCann, Ph.D. Associate Vice Chancellor, Program Development and Approval 614.387.1466smccann@highered.ohio.gov To qualify for reciprocity, students must be admitted to the State of Cincinnati as a student in an associate course. Certification programs are not included in this reciprocity agreement in education. Ball State offers student classes in 14 Ohio counties. This agreement allows legal residents of Allen, Auglaize, Butler, Darke, Defiance, Fulton, Henry, Mercer, Paulding, Preble, Putnam, Shelby, Van Wert and Williams Countys to visit Ohio, Ball State and save more than $66,000 over four years compared to normal. The state rate is calculated automatically on the basis of the student`s legal residence, so no application is required. This reciprocity agreement also allows residents of Butler, Darke, Mercer, Preble, Shelby and Van Wert Counties in Ohio, Ball State University, Indiana University East, Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana (Region 6 or Region 9) and Purdue University College of Technology in Muncie and Richmond to visit and pay Indiana-based tuition. There are some program exclusions and program registration limits, contact the Admissions Office to find out more. Additional programs outside the approved main education plan are not eligible for state education. To remain eligible for the Ohio program of study, students must complete 12 hours or more per semester, maintain the GPA requirements set by their department and show progress in the major.

In 2011, courses at U.S. universities are $41,000. And that doesn`t include rooms, distribution, books, fees, transportation and other expenses. Families continue to look for creative ways to reduce the financial impact of the college. Often, universities and extra-government colleges could also be called “out-of-reach” for many students. Tuition fees for international students can be three or more times the cost of a resident student attending the same university. For example, Michigan residents pay $12,000 to Michigan State University, while non-governmental students who are next to them pay $29,000, or 2.5 times the stay rate.