Cost of Attendance
Financial aid awards are based on an estimated nine-month (Fall & Spring term) cost of attendance. This is constructed based on five components as designed by federal regulations. Estimated cost of attendance is based on 15 credit hours for undergraduate students and nine credit hours for graduate students. After registration, two cost of attendance components: Books & Supplies and Tuition will adjust based on term enrollment. For less than half-time enrollment, adjusted cost of attendance will consist of the Books & Supplies, Transportation and Tuition components1. In general, your financial aid may not exceed the cost of attendance, although, your actual costs may vary.
- Direct Costs:
- Tuition and Fees (based on residency status and enrollment)
- Books and Supplies (based on enrollment)
- Room and Board (based on if you are living with a relative/parent, on campus, or off campus)
- Indirect Costs:
Out of State
Out of State
|Living with a relative
|Living on campus
|Living off campus
Note: Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), BSN-DNP in Family Nurse Practitioner, BSN-DNP in Nurse Anesthetist, and Post-MSN Doctor of Nursing Practice students’ cost of attendance is based on the Graduate (In State/Out of State) cost of attendance plus additional items that are determined by the University of North Florida. Please contact the Graduate School for additional information.
UNF Net Price Calculator
UNF provides an online net price calculator
to assist first-time in college students estimate out-of-pocket expenses associated with enrolling at the University. The actual costs incurred depend upon the individual student information. Students who are in need of financial counseling should request this assistance through One-Stop Student Services.
1 In accordance with federal regulations, exceptions may be exercised to include Meals and Room COA components for eligible students enrolled less than half-time.