There is limited financial aid offered in that, generally, research and teaching assistantships and fellowships are available in the department's program areas. To be fully considered for financial aid, check the boxes marked Financial Aid on the Admissions Application Form. Note there is no separate Financial Aid Form.
After all application documents have been received and reviewed by the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering Graduate Studies Committee, aid in the form of assistantships will be offered to those students having extremely high grade-point averages (GPA), provided that aid is available at the time of your application review and approval.
For information concerning the necessary TSE (Test of Spoken English) for applicants desiring teaching assistantships, refer to the information sent separately from the University Admissions office. Admissions policy of the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering does not permit departmental payment of application fees for any potential undergraduate or graduate students.
Applicants with a 3.6 GPA or equivalent may be considered for nomination for a University Fellowship. Applicants who are interested in fellowship support must take the GRE General Exam and submit all application materials to the department by the following deadlines: November 30 for international graduate student fellowship applicants and by December 13 for domestic graduate student fellowship applicants.
The Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering offers the Lee D. Moody Interest-Free Loan to domestic students in good academic standing. Learn more about the Moody Loan and other eligibility requirements HERE.
Please visit Ohio State's Student Financial Aid website for general information.