Timely payment of your tuition and fees is required.
Please make note of these important dates to avoid late fees or automated withdrawal from your courses.
To view your current charges due, log onto to MyUFL and click on “My Campus Finances”, then “Charges Due.”
Pay Your Bill
To make a payment to your account, log onto to MyUFL and click on “My Campus Fianances”, then “Make A Payment.”
Cost of Attendance
Below is the average cost of attendance for the 2014-15 academic year for a full-time student enrolled in 30 credits. Your tuition and fees will vary depending on how many classes you take each semester and whether or not you are a Florida resident. Below the table is a more detailed description of how these costs are calculated.
|UF Online Undergrad||UF Online Undergrad|
Living with Parents
|*Tuition / Fees||$3,876||$3,876|
|Books and Supplies||1,290||1,290|
* Out-of-state undergraduates should add $12,704 to tuition/fees.
How Budgets Are Calculated
Following is a brief description of how these budgets are derived. Budgets are based on a two-semester academic year.
Fees for undergraduate students are based on an average of 30 credit hours of 0-4999 level courses multiplied by the cost per credit hour of $129.19 for in-state, rounded to the nearest dollar.
- Books and Supplies
Costs are determined by averaging the total cost of books and supplies for a four-year accounting curriculum at the Campus Shop and Bookstore (with 25% of books purchased used at 75% of new book price, and assuming resale of 50% of texts at 50% of cost).
- Computer/Cell Phone Costs
Computer costs built into student budgets are “annualized.” This means the figure is derived from one year’s monthly costs for purchase or lease of equipment (including printer) and annual software purchases/upgrades. These costs are figured over a four-year period.
- Housing and Meals
Off-campus costs are based on an average of rates quoted by local apartments by phone survey (allowances are included for phone service and utilities). Food costs are based on Gator Dining’s Open Access 7 Day Meal Plan for on- or off-campus students and/or the Commuter 60 Block meal plan for students living at home. Food costs for UF Online students may vary.
Transportation costs allow for weekly trips to library and/or bookstore.
The personal budget is based on the U.S. Department of Labor’s established personal costs, including laundry, toiletries, and miscellaneous expenses.
- Clothing Maintenance
The budget for clothing maintenance is based on the U.S. Department of Labor’s established clothing maintenance costs.