Policies & Regulations
Tuition and Fees


Schedule of Tuition and Fees (Emergency)
Number: 11.0010R
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Effective Date: 6/7/2016
Revised Date:
Responsible Division/Department:
President's Office/Administration and Finance


I. OBJECTIVE & PURPOSE


The purpose of this regulation is to set forth current tuition and fee amounts per credit hour that students will be assessed during the Fall 2016 and Spring/Summer 2017 terms.

II. STATEMENT OF REGULATION


(1) Tuition shall be defined as fees assessed to a student for enrollment in credit courses at the University of North Florida, in accordance with law, rules and policies of the Board of Governors and the University of North Florida Board of Trustees. Tuition consists of the following fees, depending on whether a student is a resident or a non-resident

(a) Resident tuition, comprised of the following, shall be defined as the fees charged an enrolled student who qualifies as a Florida resident as defined in applicable Florida laws and regulations:

1. Tuition;
2. Tuition Differential Fee1;
3. Student Financial Aid Fee;
4. Capital Improvement Trust Fund Fee;
5. Health Fee (which includes the Clinic, Counseling, Wellness and Medical Compliance Fees);
6. Athletic Fee;
7. Activity and Service Fee;
8. Transportation Access Fee;
9. Technology Fee, and
10. Student Life and Services Fee.

(b) Out-of-State fees comprised of the following, shall be defined as the fees charged an enrolled student who does not qualify as a Florida resident as defined in applicable Florida laws and regulations:

1. Tuition;
2. Tuition Differential Fee2
3. Out-of-State Fee;
4. Student Financial Aid Fee;
5. Non-Resident Student Financial Aid Fee;
6. Capital Improvement Trust Fund Fee;
7. Health Fee (which includes the Clinic, Counseling, Wellness and Medical Compliance Fees);
8. Athletic Fee;
9. Activity and Service Fee;
10. Transportation Access Fee;
11. Technology Fee, and
12. Student Life and Services Fee.

(2) The following tuition shall be levied and collected effective for the Fall 2016 and Spring/Summer 2017 semesters for each student regularly enrolled, unless provided otherwise by law or in this chapter.

(a) Students will be assessed the following fees per credit hour:

FALL 2016/SPRING/SUMMER 2017

 

 

Undergraduate

 

Graduate

Fees

 

 

Resident

Non-Resident

Resident

Non-Resident

Tuition

 

 $105.07

$105.07

 $408.10

$408.10

 

Tuition Differential Fee

 

$ 37.63

$  37.63

$ 0

$ 0

Out-of-State Fee

 

$ 0

$457.27

$ 0

$524.51

Student Financial Aid

$  5.25

$ 28.11

$ 20.40

$ 46.63

 

Capital Improvement Trust Fund

 

$  6.76

$   6.76

$   6.76

$   6.76

Activity & Service

$ 14.47

$ 14.47

$ 14.47

$ 14.47

 

Health*

$ 10.10

$ 10.10

$ 10.10

$ 10.10

 

Athletic*

 

$ 19.27

$ 19.27

$ 19.27

$ 19.27

Transportation Access

 

$ 4.08

$ 4.08

$ 4.08

$ 4.08

Technology

 

$ 5.25

$ 5.25

$ 5.25

$ 5.25

Student Life & Services

 

$ 5.25

$ 5.25

$ 5.25

$ 5.25

  

TOTAL

 

 

$213.13

 

$693.26

 

$493.68

 

$1,044.42

*Revenue neutral shift. No increase in fees. 

(b) Nurse Anesthetist (new program) and Doctor of Clinical Nutrition and Doctor of Physical Therapy (new program) students will be assessed the following fees per credit hour (all rates for these programs have all been previously approved by the BOG): 

Graduate

 

Fees

 Resident Doctor of Physical Therapy 

 Non-Resident  Doctor of Physical Theraphy    

Nurse Anesthetist/ Doctor of Physical Therapy Tuition

$435.82

$435.82

Out-of-State Fee

$ 0

$580.92

 

Student Financial Aid

 

$ 21.79

$ 50.83

Capital Improvement Trust Fund

$   6.76

$   6.76

Activity & Service

 

$ 14.47

$ 14.47

Health*

 

 $ 10.10

$ 10.210

Athletic*

 

$ 19.27

$ 19.27

Transportation Access

 

$  4.08

$  4.08

Technology

 

$  5.25

$ 5.25

Student Life & Services

 

$  5.25

$  5.25

TOTAL

 

$522.79

$1,132.75

 

 

                    Fees                           

 Doctor of Clinical 

 

Nutrition
Tuition

$750.00
Out-of-State Fee

$-
Student Financial Aid

$37.50
Capital Improvement Trust Fund

$6.76
Activity & Service Fee

$14.47
Health

$10.10
Athletic

$19.27
Transportation Access

$4.08
Technology

$5.25
Student Life & Services

$5.25
TOTAL $852.68

           

Fees                                                         
Resident Nurse 
    Anesthetist             
Non-Resident Nurse   Anesthetist    
Tuition

$511.12 $511.12
Out-of-State Fee

$- $546.46
Student Financial Aid

$25.56 $52.88
Capital Improvement Trust Fund

$6.76 $6.76
Activity & Service 

$14.47 $14.47
Health*

$10.10 $10.10
Athletic*

$19.27 $19.27
Transportation Access

$4.08 $4.08
Technology

$5.25 $5.25
Student Life & Services

$5.25 $5.25
TOTAL

$601.85 $1,175.63

*Revenue neutral shift. No increase in fees

 

(c) Graduate non-resident Distance Learning Sign Language Interpreter Training will be assessed the following fees per credit hour:

Fees

Non-Resident

 

Sign Interpreter Training

$354.17

 

Out of State Fee

$150.83

 

Student Financial Aid

 

$ 25.25

Capital Improvement Trust Fund

$   6.76

Activity & Service

 

$ 14.47

Health*

 

 $ 10.10

Athletic*

 

$ 19.27

Transportation Access

 

$   4.08

Technology

 

$   5.25

 

Student Life & Services

$   5.25

 

TOTAL

 

$595.43

 

*Revenue neutral shift. No increase in fees. 


(d) The following fees per credit hour will be assessed during any term in which a nonresident graduate student is receiving a full fellowship for in-state tuition or is appointed as a Graduate Assistant for at least 0.25 FTE:

Fees

Non-Resident

 

Graduate Assistant/Fellow Tuition

 

$408.10

 

Out of State Fee

$    0.00

 

Student Financial Aid

 

$  20.40

Capital Improvement Trust Fund

$    6.76

Activity & Service

 

$  14.47

Health*

 

 $  10.10

Athletic*

 

$  19.27

Transportation Access

 

$    4.08

Technology

 

$    5.25

 

Student Life & Services

$    5.25

 

TOTAL

 

$493.68

*Revenue neutral shift. No increase in fees. 

 

 (e) Online Accelerated-Term courses will be assessed the following fees per credit hour (RN-BSN is a cost-recovery course and non-FTE generating and no fees are collected, while others are considered market-rate)*:

 
RN-BSN
          Bridge*         
        DNP     
MEd Special
       Education       
 MS Nutrition  
Tuition $285.00 $458.33 $368.00 $458.33
Capital Improvement $- $6.76 $6.76 $3.76
Financial Aid $- $22.92 $18.40 $22.92
Technology Fee $- $5.25 $5.25 $5.25
Distance Learning Fee $- $30.00 $30.00 $30.00
TOTAL $285.00 $523.25 $428.41 $523.25

*Due to the nature of these courses being offered online only, there is only one tuition rate and no separate out-of-state rate.

(f) The following course(s) will be offered at no charge, either tuition or associated fees:

SLS1990 First Year Seminar: Soaring to Success

(g) Pursuant to Section 1009.285 F.S., each student enrolled in the same undergraduate course more than twice, shall be assessed an additional $177.57 per credit hour charge in addition to the fees outlined above in paragraph (2)(a) for each course. Students entering the University in 2016-2017 shall pay a fee equal to 100 percent of tuition for each credit hour in excess of 115%.

1

 Students in attendance at the University prior to July 1, 2007, and who maintain continuous enrollment, may not be charged the tuition differential fee. Beneficiaries having prepaid tuition contracts in the Prepaid College Tuition Program, in effect on July 1, 2007, are exempt from the payment of the tuition differential fee. The tuition differential fee is not covered by Bright Futures Scholarship Program.

2

 Reference footnote 1, above

 

 Authority: General Appropriations Act of 2015; Florida Board of Governors Regulations 1.001, 7.001, 7.002, 7.003 and Florida Statutes 1009.24. History - [Formerly 8.1001]. BOT Approved June 7, 2016.