Governor DeWine Issues Statement On Ohio State University Tuition Increase For Incoming Students

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)— Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has issued the following statement about the increase in tuition for incoming first-year students by the Ohio State University.

“Ohio families are suffering from significant cost increases due to inflation and this is not the time for college costs to increase by $549 for those families with incoming first-year students,” said Governor Mike DeWine.

“I am disappointed that Ohio State is raising tuition on incoming first-year students. This is not a wise decision.”


 

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