Ohio State approves 3.3% increase in tuition, fees for incoming freshman

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The Ohio State University approved on Wednesday a 3.3 percent increase in tuition and fees for incoming in-state freshman before their costs are frozen for four years as part of the Ohio State Tuition Guarantee. 

READ MORE: Proposal would raise OSU tuition more than 3% for in-state freshman, before freezing costs

Incoming freshman will be the third class to join the university under the guarantee.  

This is an increase of $358 from last year’s rate.  

RELATED: Ohio State students react to proposed tuition increase

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