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Tuition and Fees

College - an investment in your future.

A college education is a big investment. In today's economic climate, making that education a reality often requires some financial juggling as well as sacrifice. But today, more than ever, a college education is necessary to keep pace with our ever-changing world. A U.S. Census Bureau study shows that with a college degree, you can earn over a million dollars more during the course of your lifetime than you might expect to earn without one. A college education is an investment in your future, and the rewards last a lifetime.

2013-2014 Undergraduate Tuition

Ohio Resident Non-Ohio Resident
Per Year
(Fall & Spring semesters)

Based on 11 or more credit hours. Includes all fees except special course fees.
$5,554 Lower Division*
$6,508 Upper Division**
$13,514 Lower Division*
$14,468 Upper Division**
Per Credit Hour
$253 Lower Division*
$296 Upper Division**
$615 Lower Division*
$658 Upper Division**

*-Lower division = 10000- and 20000-level courses (FR/SO)
**-Upper division = 30000- and 40000-level courses (JR/SR)

Note: In those cases where a student is taking 11-16 credit hours and attending a Regional campus and the Kent campus concurrently, tuition will be assessed individually for each campus. These individual tuition assessments added together will not exceed the Kent campus 11-16 hour rate during fall and spring terms.

^-Permanent residents of select counties in Northern West Virginia (Brooke, Hancock and Ohio) and Western Pennsylvania (Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Crawford, Erie, Lawrence and Mercer) are eligible for tuition at reduced rates. Tuition rates for those WV/PA residents can be viewed here, or, for additional information, contact the Office of Enrollment Management & Student Services at 330-675-8860 for details.

2014 Summer Undergraduate Tuition      

Ohio Resident Non-Ohio Resident
All Summer Terms

Per Credit Hour:

$253 Lower Division*
$296 Upper Division**
$615 Lower Division*
$658 Upper Division**
*-Lower division = 10000- and 20000-level courses (FR/SO)
**-Upper division = 30000- and 40000-level courses (JR/SR)

Billing & Payment Information
All student billing information can be found on the Bursar's site.

E-Bill Information (electronic billing)
Electronic billing is the primary means of providing tuition statements to all Kent State University students. You will receive an e-mail to your university e-mail address letting you know when your e-bill is available for viewing.

Kent State Trumbull Fee Payment Methods
Kent State Trumbull accepts cash, money orders and personal checks for payments of fees. Credit card payments must be done online. MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club and Discover are the only credit cards accepted. A convenience fee of 2.9% will be charged to all credit card payments.

1.     Students may make payments online through a secure Web site at There is an authorized user and pinless user option for parents who are making payments. Checks can also be processed online at no cost using this option.

2.     If submitting a check payment by mail, send your check to the address listed on your invoice or send to:

Enrollment Management and Student Services
Attn: Cashier
Kent State University at Trumbull
4314 Mahoning Avenue NW
Warren, OH 44483

Include the student's full name and student ID number on the check. Mailed payments should be at the Post Office no less than seven (7) business days before the due date.

3.     Check, money orders and cash payments may be made in person in the Enrollment Management and Student Services office during regular office hours.

If you have questions regarding tuition payment, contact Enrollment Management and Student Services at 330-675-8860.