FINANCIAL AID, SCHOLARSHIPS AND COSTS
FAFSA Students are encouraged to submit their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the April 1 priority deadline. Students entering UNF in the Spring or Summer terms will be required to submit additional financial documents. UNF’s school code for FAFSA is 009841.
Scholarships The Office of Admissions offers competitive transfer scholarships for students entering UNF with their Associate in Arts degree from a Florida public two-year college. Applications and essays must be received by posted deadline. www.unf.edu/admissions/scholarships
Additional scholarships may be offered through various departments and colleges.
UNF transfer deadlines are subject to change. Plan to apply early and check the deadlines page on our website regularly to ensure you submit all your required materials on time. www.unf.edu/admissions/applying/deadlines.html
Costs Approximate costs are based on the 2011-2012 school year.
Tuition Florida resident: $166.03 per credit hour (15 credit hours = $2,490.45) Non-Florida resident: $609.41 per credit hour (15 credit hours = $9,141.15)
Housing Housing pre-payment: $300
Cost per semester: $1,960 - $2,800 (double occupancy) Meal Plan*
10-14 meals per week: $1,524.75 - $1,637.10 (per semester) Commuter: 80 meals per semester: $957.65
Parking Decal Housing: $205 (annual) Commuter: $95 - $280 (annual)
Books Average $400 (per semester)
Additional Fees ID card fee: $9 (annual) Orientation fee: $35 (one time) Material fees for various art, science and business courses: $5 - $170
*Beginning in Fall 2012, all Freshman students living on campus will be required to purchase a meal plan.
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