Tuition By Program
View the table below for each Diploma program tuition rate per credit hour. The total tuition cost of each diploma program is also listed.
**Please keep in mind that this does not include any additional fees detailed on the diploma program webpages. The table does not cover certificate programs costs. Certificate program costs are included on the certificate program webpages.
|Program||Credit Hours||Total Tuition Cost of Program|
|Practical Nursing Diploma Program||60 Credit Hours||$18,985.29|
|Ohio Institute of Allied Health, Inc. Nursing Education Program - RN Diploma||64 Credit Hours||$27,814.28|
Programs are paid for on a per program basis unless other financial arrangementshave been made and documented. General fees are provided below. Refer to the specific program webpages for tuition broken down by contact/credit hours, as well as estimated miscellaneous costs for items such as books, materials, equipment and lab fees.
- Application Fees – $100
- Graduation Fee – $50
- Student Photo ID (replacement card) – $20
- Returned Check Fee – $30
- Transcripts – $5 per additional copy
- Duplicate Certificates – $15 per copy
- Student Copies – $0.50 per page.
- Additional Scrub Set – $20
Methods of Payment Available
Payment of OIAH may be made by cash, check (payable to OIAH), or credit card. Students who are not current with financial obligations will not be permitted to attend class. In addition, students will not be permitted to receive an official transcript or potentially graduate until such issued are resolved. Payment can be made by mail or in person. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00am-5:00pm.
OIAH students gratudating from a previous program will not be permitted to enroll in a new program unless they are in good financial standing.
A fee of $30 will be assessed plus all collection costs incurred for all checks returned by the bank for any reason. Expulsion will result from any unsettled bad checks, and the student will remain liable for all assessments, even though no longer registered.
Students who fail to meet financial obligations to the school can be denied attendance privileges and face possible dismissal from school. In severe cases of delinquency, collection agencies may be used in an effort to recover the student’s debt. Any fees incurred as a result of this action shall be billed to the student.