Estimated Cost of Attendance for Woodrow Wilson Ohio Teaching Fellows at UC
For academic year 2013-2014
The tuition is based on a 3% increase from the 2012-2013 costs
All Fellows will be full time graduate students for three semesters and with 6 credits of part time attendance remaining after the first year.
Full time graduate attendance is defined as 10 – 18 credits/semester.
The cost of full time attendance is the same regardless of the number of credits taken.
All Fellows are eligible to receive a 50% University Graduate Tuition Scholarship while full time and a 24% UGS scholarship for part time study (this is applied for separately).
|Semester Tuition & Fees||UGS funds||Total paid by Fellow|
|Summer 2013||$ 6,460.16||$ 3,230.08||$ 3,230.08|
|Fall 2013||$ 6,460.16||$ 3,230.08||$ 3,230.08|
|Spring 2014||$ 6,460.16||$ 3,230.08||$ 3,230.08|
|Total full time year||$ 19,380.48||$ 9,690.24||$ 9,690.24|
Tuition and fees for remaining 6 credits
$2, 906 – UGS ($ 700) = $2,206
Student Health insurance (per year)* $1,587
Books (per year) $1,000
* Can be waived if proof with proof of insurance
How will I receive my stipend?
Your stipend will be divided in half and paid over two semesters. The first payment of $15,000 will be dispersed as a refund of your summer semester bill. This means that once tuition and fees are paid, you will receive the remaining balance in the form of a check or direct deposit from the university. The second payment of $15,000 will be dispersed as a refund of your fall semester bill, following the same process outlined for summer semester.
How does my stipend affect my financial aid?
The Federal estimated cost of attendance for one academic year at UC is just over $32,000. Therefore, in order to receive federally subsidized financial aid in any academic year, you cannot have other scholarships or stipends that exceed this amount. Since the dispersal of your stipend occurs over two semesters (summer and fall) it falls into two different academic years. The academic years run from fall to summer, beginning again in fall. Because financial aid is determined based on academic year, the impact of the stipend on your aid eligibility is different in the summer and fall.