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Summer Term Tuition Update

As part of The Ohio State University's academic plan, access and affordability are central components to its success. For the first four-week block of summer term, Ohio State will continue to provide a tuition credit for up to three hours of course work. For further information, please visit oaa.osu.edu.

Students who are enrolled full time during spring semester and are not graduating can take up to three credit hours during May 2016 without paying tuition costs, making it the perfect opportunity to take advantage of studying in another country and earning academic credit.

The Office of International Affairs has extended the application deadline for virtually all May study abroad programming to January 15, 2016 at 11:59 p.m., giving students more time to take advantage of the opportunity to study in another country and earn academic credit without paying tuition costs.

Whether students are looking to fulfill course requirements in their major or meet general education requirements, there is a study abroad program that will meet their specific needs. For a list of study abroad programs occurring in May, visit our online search engine and select May session as the term.

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    Apply for Polish Studies Initiative Grants and Scholarships

    The Polish Studies Initiative of the Center for Slavic and East European Studies is seeking applications for faculty and graduate student research grants, as well as undergraduate and graduate stud ...

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Sarah Perry

Sarah Perry

Sophomore, public affairs major, Sarah Perry traveled to Guatemala during the 2013 summer.

"My experience in Guatemala changed the way that I perceive the world. I fell in love ...

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