In the September 2011 issue of Smart Money Magazine, UF ranks #3 overall in the article titled "Colleges That Help Grads Get Top Salaries." The article also states "By mid career, many alums of schools like the University of Florida earn double or triple what they paid in tuition."
UF is consistently ranked among the nation's top universities: No. 3 in Kiplinger's "Best Values in Public Colleges" (2013) and among the top 10 in the Princeton Review Best Value Public Colleges (2011 and 2012).
|Cost per Credit Hour tuition and fees are subject to change|
|FL Resident||Non-FL Resident|
|Total Per Credit Hour||$129.18||$552.62|
* Fees consist of a $5.25 Financial Aid fee, a $5.25 Technology fee and a $6.76 Capital Improvement fee per credit hour. Non-Florida residents also pay an additional $35.36 Non-FL Resident Financial Aid fee per credit hour.
** The non-Florida resident tuition is market based and program specific. All programs offered Spring, 2014 term will charge the non-Florida resident tuition specified ($500).
UF Online students will be located in areas with vastly different costs of living, so it is impossible for UF to estimate what each student should budget. Therefore each student should consider the following areas when estimating the UF Online cost of attendance for their specific living situation:
For comparison, here is the University of Florida's estimates for the cost of attendance for on-campus undergraduates living in Gainesville. Please remember that the tuition and fees for UF Online students are lower than for traditional on-campus programs.
UF Online students are eligible for consideration for federal, state and institutional aid including the Bright Futures scholarship for Florida residents. Information about applying for financial aid can be found on the Student Financial Affairs website.