University of Northwestern Ohio

Types of Aid Available

The University of Northwestern Ohio seeks to assist students with any financial questions they may have or to assist with processes to secure financial assistance. Students are provided with many financial aid options to assist in funding their education. Opportunities are provided at the Federal, State, and local levels, including Title IV Federal Aid via the FAFSA, State Grant and Scholarship aid, and local scholarships and grants. These options are available for new students needing financial assistance to begin enrollment or for continuing students who owe an institutional debt and seek to continue enrollment.

In addition to the below options, students may contact the Business office to arrange payment plans in order to continue enrollment. The UNOH Business office can be reached at or by calling (419) 998-3156.


Grants are financial aid funds that do not require repayment. They are available to students usually based upon financial need. Learn More


There are two types of Federal Direct Student Loans: subsidized and unsubsidized. This page outlines the differences and will walk you through the application steps. Learn More


The Federal Work-Study Program allows students to work and earn money toward meeting expenses. Learn More


Scholarships differ from other forms of financial aid. Offers may be based on merit or criteria other than financial need. Similar to grants, scholarships do not have to be repaid. Learn More

Maintaining Financial Aid

Students who receive certain types of financial aid must maintain satisfactory academic progress while attending the University of Northwestern Ohio in order to continue their financial aid assistance. Learn More

Financial Aid Contact

1441 N. Cable Rd.
Lima, Ohio 45805
Attn: Office of Financial Aid



Monday - Friday 7:30AM — 5:00PM *

* Hours are extended until 6:00 p.m. on the first day of each academic term.