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Tuition and Reimbursement

At Ohio State, approximately 55 percent of graduate students are supported by graduate associateships or fellowships from the Graduate School or local graduate program. Still other graduate students are funded through research grants or external funding sources. Most of these students are doctoral students.  For more information about these opportunities visit the Financing a Graduate Degree page from the OSU Graduate School.

Graduate students can be supported through fellowships, personal finances, employer programs, and loans.​ In the Division of Human Genetics, there are some paid employee positions with Division faculty for which students are eligible to apply.

Interested applicants can use the Graduate and Professional Cost of Attendance section of Student Financial Aid as a resource for researching cost of living in Columbus. Tuition information for the Master of Genetic Counseling program can be found on the University Registrar's Student Tuition and Fees Tables*​.

* To navigate to the most up-to-date tuition and fees table, use the above link for University Registrar and click on "All Other Continuing Students". The Master in Genetic Counseling table can be linked to from there.