Enrollment at OSU incurs a financial obligation and responsibility to pay all amounts
owed in a timely manner. In order to remain in favorable financial standing with the
University, and continue to participate in educational programs, services, and benefits,
a student must meet all financial obligations incurred at the University on or before
the billing due dates.
OSU is required annually to furnish a Form 1098-T, Tuition Statement, which reports
qualified tuition and related expenses associated with enrollment at OSU. This form
is intended to assist with federal income tax return preparations. The amount paid up to the tuition and qualified fees amount is reported in Box 1. The Box 1 amount
paid includes not only personal payments, but loans, scholarships, waivers, and third
party contract payments. Your scholarships, including those sent from third-parties,
and grants administered by the University, are reported in Box 5.