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SNHU graduate and Ohio resident Mary Carbone wearing her cap and gown at commencement in the SNHU Arena

Online Degree Programs for Ohio Students

Founded in 1932, Southern New Hampshire University has been helping students like you reach their goals for over 90 years. And now with some of the lowest online tuition rates in the nation, you can get the skills you need at a more affordable price.

Affordable Tuition

Enjoy some of the lowest online tuition rates – plus discounts for eligible military students (up to 30%) and employer partners.


Already have some college credit? Transfer up to 90 credits toward your bachelor’s degree to save time and money

24/7 Student Support

Late night studying? Tech support and drop-in tutoring are available 24/7.

Online Tuition Comparison: Bachelor's in Business Administration

SNHU $39,600, Liberty $46,800, U of Phoenix $47,760, Grand Canyon $58,200, U of Maryland Global Campus $59,880. ASU Online, Purdue Global, National, Capella, Walden $60,000+

Total tuition for a bachelor’s degree in business administration – one of our most popular programs in Ohio– comes in at $39,600. That’s about 15% less than our next closest competitor, when comparing large online colleges with course-based programs.1

Save Even More with Ohio Partnership Discounts

SNHU has partnered with employers, military organizations and community colleges throughout Ohio to help provide even more affordable online degrees to students like you.

You can check whether your employer has already partnered with us.

Your Service Deserves Our Support

We know Ohio has a long and honored military community and we’ve been a proud military supporter since World War II. In addition to low online tuition, no set class times and some of the best support in higher education, active-duty U.S. service members and their spouses, National Guard and Selected Reserve can qualify for tuition discounts of up to 30%. We also accept military tuition assistance, Veteran Affairs (VA) education benefits and Military Spouse Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) scholarships for spouses.

Meet some Fellow SNHU Ohio Residents

SNHU creative writing graduate and Ohio resident Hilary HirtleHilary Hirtle '14 - Westerville, Ohio

Hilary Hirtle earned her bachelor's in creative writing with a concentration in screenwriting from Southern New Hampshire University. She has had scripts produced by Vital Film Works and Midnight Audio Theatre, in addition to having short stories and essays featured in publications such as The Manatee and NatureWriting. Read more from Hilary about screenwriting.

SNHU online MFA instructor and Ohio resident Patricia Lillie.Patricia Lillie, MFA Faculty - Northeast Ohio

Patricia Lillie graduated from Parsons School of Design, has an MFA in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University and has taught in SNHU’s Online MFA program since 2018. In 2020, she received the UPCEA New England Region Adelle F. Robertson Emerging Professional Continuing Educator Award. Read more about Patricia and other MFA faculty members.

SNHU in Your Community

In 2023, the Global Days of Service volunteers led 7 global DIY projects and 36 local in-person projects. Locations ranged from Canada to Ohio to North Carolina, allowing SNHU community members to come together from all over to serve. 

SNHU student and Ohio resident Aleesa FairleyOnline student Aleesa Fairley, of Newark, Ohio, saw Global Days of Service as an opportunity to network with other Penmen in her area.

“I set a personal goal of making networking a priority, whether that be professionally or personally. When I saw that Ohio did not have any official projects on that map, I felt drawn to make that happen,” she said.

Read more about SNHU's 2023 Global Days of Service.

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