Extended Education Information Sessions

Learn How to Take Ohio State Courses Using Your Tuition Benefit

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One of the most valuable benefits of working at The Ohio State University is the Faculty and Staff Tuition Assistance Plan. The plan pays for eligible employees to take up to 10 undergraduate credit hours per term either as part of a degree-granting program or through Extended Education.

If you’re not sure what degree you'd like to pursue right now, or if you just want to take a course or two, why not explore the many course options available to you through Extended Education as a non-degree undergraduate student?

Staff from the Extended Education office occasionally hold online information sessions via CarmenZoom to cover what extended education is, how to apply, and to answer your questions.

No information sessions are scheduled at this time. To learn more, contact an Extended Education advisor.