Undergraduate Finance & Administration
Tuition and fees for students enrolled in an undergraduate campus program for the school year 2022-2023 are:
Tuition Fee*(21/SP and prior returning and new transfer)
Tuition Fee*(20/FA or 21/SP new freshman)
Tuition Fee*(21/FA or 22/SP new freshman/transfer)
Room* (dependent on building/room)
Activity Fee ($11/hr. part-time)
Campus Access Fee
* These totals do not include single or paid double room fee, fraternity fee, and special class fees. Special housing such as apartments, suites, and fraternities require a different fee structure.
Undergraduate Campus Tuition Fee
The tuition fee for students enrolled in an undergraduate campus program permits a student to take from 12 to 19 hours each semester. An additional $940 per semester hour is charged for each semester hour in excess of 19 hours. A student taking less than 12 semester hours pays tuition at the rate of $940 per semester hour.
However, non-probationary sophomore, junior, and senior students in the Honors Program may register for up to 21 hours of course credit without paying for the additional hours over the comprehensive fee. The student must have a college GPA of 3.5, so freshmen are not eligible for this. Hours taken beyond the 21-hour limit will be charged at the regular rate.
Accelerated Nursing Program Tuition Fee (4 semesters)
The tuition and fees students enrolled in the Accelerated Nursing Program are:
Tuition (part-time rate $725)
Total Program Cost
Undergraduate Online Tuition Fee
The tuition fee for students enrolled in an undergraduate online program through the College of Online and Adult Studies permits a student to take courses on a per credit hour basis.
Online BA Business Administration
Online BA Communication
Online BS Criminal Justice
Online BS Multidisciplinary Studies
Online BS Organizational Leadership and Development
Online BS Training and Development
Online AA Criminal Justice
Online AA General Studies
Online AA General Studies w/ a Concentration in Business
Online RN-Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Online RN-Bachelor of Science in Nursing
(Corporate Partnership Only)
Learning Technology Fee
Undergraduate Campus Audit Fee
Courses may be audited for $470/hour. A student may audit a course for no additional fee if the student's course load for that term is within the normal 12-19 hours. However, any hours over 19 would have the additional fee.
Instructional Supply Fee
Some courses have instructional supply or lab fees. These are listed on the Business Office's website at www.ashland.edu/tuition.
Below is a list of housing rates for the 2022-2023 year. Rates are shown as semester / year.
Regular Double/Triple-Jacobs, Kilhefner, Clark, Amstutz, & Kem
Regular Double/Triple-Myers, Clayton & Andrews
Regular Single- Jacobs, Kilhefner, Clark, Amstutz, & Kem
Regular Single-Myers, Clayton & Andrews
Paid Double- Jacobs, Kilhefner, Clark, Amstutz, & Kem
Paid Double Myers & Andrews
Paid Single- Jacobs, Kilhefner, Clark, Amstutz, & Kem
Paid Single-Myers & Andrews
College of Nursing Apartments
Clayton Suite Paid Single
Fraternity Regular Double
Fraternity Regular Single
USA House Regular Single
Miller/College Avenue Apartments
Residence Hall 2-person Apartments
An annual fee of $260 is paid by all full-time, on-campus students. For part-time students the fee is $13 per semester hour. This fee provides support for organization programming and student center operation
The fee for undergraduate programs is $75. Please note this fee is included in the tuition for Traditional Undergraduate Campus Tuition only. For all other programs including Accelerated Nursing, partnership students, and Undergraduate Online, the fee is in addition to the per credit hour rate. This graduation fee provides for a diploma and other commencement items. This is a one-time fee charged at the time of filing for graduation.
Full-time, on-campus undergraduate students are automatically included in the accident portion of Ashland University's insurance. Because serious illness may occur, Sickness Insurance coverage is mandatory unless proof of individual/family coverage is provided. For more information regarding cost and coverage period, please visit https://www.ashland.edu/administration/student-accounts/student-health-insurance or contact the Student Accounts Office at 419.289.59588.
Enrollment deposits will be applied to first semester tuition and is non- refundable after May 1 for fall semester or December 1 for second semester.
A full list of fees and charges are available online through the Business Office’s website: www.ashland.edu/tuition.
All fees and charges are subject to change at any time by the Board of Trustees.
Terms of Payment
Tuition and fees are due and payable in full on or before August 12, 2022 for fall semester, and on or before January 2, 2023, for spring semester. Statements will only be mailed in July for the fall semester and in December for the spring semester. Students can access their account information on our CASHNet Portal by logging in through Self-Service, https://selfservice.ashland.edu/Student, and clicking the Student Accounts menu.
Interest of 1.5 percent will be charged each month on any unpaid balance from a prior term. Seniors or students eligible for tuition reimbursement from their employers will not be permitted to take final exams in their last semester or take part in commencement until all accounts are clear with the Business Office.
A person’s account must be paid in full before registration becomes valid and before a person can reside in University facilities.
No person may have official transcripts of his or her records until that person’s account is paid in full.
After scholarships, grants, and loans are applied to a student's account, they have the following payment options: payment up front by cash, check, or credit/debit card (service fees may apply). Students may also sign-up for a monthly payment plan. For more detailed information about account balances, please visit https://selfservice.ashland.edu/Student, or go to
This refund policy applies to students completely withdrawing from school, not simply dropping a class(es). Withdrawal is when an enrolled student withdraws from all classes during the term. Dropping of class(es) is when an enrolled student drops a class (or classes) but is still enrolled for one or more classes in the term.
Withdrawal Policy (complete)
Students withdrawing from the University, will be assigned a grade of “W” in courses that are in progress. It is the student’s responsibility to clear all records and obligations to receive official separation.
The official withdrawal form and procedures for filing may be viewed at https://www.ashland.edu/administration/office-records-and-registration/forms. The submission date of the withdrawal request received by the Registrar’s Office will serve as the official withdrawal date.
Students who decide not to return to Ashland University are responsible for notifying the Registrar’s Office by completing the withdrawal process to avoid tuition and fee liability problems and to release seats to fellow students.
Non-attendance does not constitute a withdrawal. If the University is in session, the withdrawal form should be completed with the Registrar’s Office. Failure to do so will delay or reduce any refunds the student may be eligible to receive.
Students who have withdrawn may reapply to the University online by completing the readmit application for admission located on the admissions homepage. However, readmission is not guaranteed.
Return of Title IV Funds (R2T4) Policy
AU follows federal regulations as determined by the Department of Education. This policy applies to students who withdraw from all classes in a term or are dismissed. Refunds for these students are determined according to the following policy:
The term "Title IV Funds" refers to the federal financial aid programs authorized under the Higher Education Act of 1965 (as amended) and includes the following programs: Unsubsidized Federal Direct Loan, Subsidized Federal Direct Loan, Federal PLUS loans, Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, and Federal TEACH Grant.
A student's withdrawal date is:
· The date the student began the institution's official withdrawal process or officially notified the institution of intent to withdraw; or
· The student's last date of attendance at a documented academically related activity, or
· The midpoint of the term for a student who leaves without notifying the institution.
Students who are granted a leave of absence are treated in the same manner as students who withdraw from the university.
Due to newly enacted federal regulations put into effect 7/1/21, if students meet any of the following exemptions they are not considered a withdrawal.
· Students completed all requirements for graduation from their program before completing the days or hours in the period they were scheduled to complete.
· Students successfully completed Title IV eligible coursework equal to or greater than coursework required for a school’s definition of a half-time student for the period
· Students successfully completed (i.e., earned a passing grade) the following:
o One module that includes 49% or more of the number of days in the payment period, excluding scheduled breaks of five or more consecutive days and all days between modules OR
o A combination of modules that when combined contain 49% or more of the number of days in the payment period, excluding scheduled breaks of five or more consecutive days and all days between modules. The 49% figure may NOT be rounded up (i.e., 48.7% CANNOT be rounded up to 49%). The 49% figure is based on the number of days in the overall payment period, not 49% of the modules students are enrolled in for a particular payment period.
Refund Policy for Withdrawn Students:
· Refunds on all charges including tuition, room and board, and special fees will be prorated on a per day basis up to the 60% point in the term. There are no refunds after the 60% point in time
· Title IV, state and institutional aid is earned in a prorated manner on a per day basis up to the 60% point in the term. Title IV, state, institutional, and other aid is viewed as being 100% earned after the 60% point in time.
In accordance with federal regulations, when financial aid is involved, refunds are allocated in the following order: Unsubsidized Federal Direct Loan, Subsidized Federal Direct Loan, Federal PLUS Loans, Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, Federal TEACH Grant, other Title IV assistance, other federal sources of aid, other state, private and institutional aid, and finally, the student.
Ashland University's responsibilities in regard to the Return of Title IV funds include:
Providing each student with the information given in this policy
Identifying students who are affected by this policy and completing the Return of Title IV funds
Calculations for those students
Returning any Title IV funds that are due the Title IV programs
The student's responsibility in regard to the Return of Title IV funds is to return to the Title IV programs any funds that were disbursed directly to them in which they were determined to be ineligible based on the Return of Title IV Funds calculation.
Students who have an issue with the billing portion of this policy may submit an appeal to the Director of Student Accounts at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students who have an issue with the financial aid portion of this policy may submit an appeal to the Director of Financial Aid at email@example.com.
If a student is asked to leave for disciplinary reasons, all rights to adjustments from the tuition and fees are forfeited.
Ashland University will not impose any penalty, including the assessment of late fees, the denial of access to classes, libraries, or other institutional facilities, or the requirement that a covered individual borrow additional funds, on any covered individual because of the individual’s inability to meet his or her financial obligations to the institution due to the delayed disbursement funding from the Department of Veterans Affairs under chapter 31 or 33.
All fees and charges are subject to change at any time by the Board of Trustees.