Where do Freshman live at Ohio State?
Campus housing is home to first-year and upperclass students. All incoming, first-year students who graduated from high school this year are required to live on campus, unless exempted, space is no longer available, or they are living with family for two years.
Can you live in a dorm all 4 years?
It does indeed depend on the culture of the university, the availability and cost of nearby housing, and whether the university allows them to stay in the dorms for all four years (some universities don’t).
Can you choose your roommate at OSU?
In the housing re-selection portal you can request one roommate. The roommate request must be mutual–which means they will accept and approve the roommate request.
Does OSU have single dorms?
Family & Graduate Student Housing
Family and Graduate Student Housing apartments are available to married and single parents as well as single graduate students and upperclassmen.
How much do OSU dorms cost?
In 2020, students at OSU paid $5,096 for housing and $4,010 for the meal plan.
OSU Living Expenses.
|Expense||On Campus||Off Campus|
|Room and Board||$9,340||$9,340|
|Other Living Expenses||$4,740||$4,740|
Can freshmen have cars at OSU?
First-year students who are commuting to campus may be able to purchase an on-campus parking permit from CampusParc. First-year students living on campus are not eligible to bring cars to campus during their first year. For other details on parking eligibility, availability and pricing, visit osu.campusparc.com.