UF Online Cost

In Spring of 2014, the University of Florida launched UF Online, allowing students to pursue their undergraduate degree without ever having to come to campus. UF Online students are eligible for consideration for federal, state and institutional aid, including the Bright Futures scholarship for Florida residents.

In Fall 2015, the University of Florida launched the UF Pathway to Campus Enrollment (UF PaCE) program as part of the UF Online program. UF PaCE offers an excellent academic experience, combining online and campus-based learning.  UF PaCE students are eligible for consideration for federal, state and institutional aid, including the Bright Futures scholarship for Florida residents. While enrolled in the UF Online portion of the program, PaCE students should refer to the UF Online Cost of Attendance.

SFA has prepared a UF Online Cost of Attendance, showing the lower cost of tuition and fees for UF Online students versus traditional on-campus students.

2017-18 UF Online Cost of Attendance

The costs below reflect estimated expenses.  Your costs may vary.

UF Online Undergrad UF Online Undergrad Living at Home
*Tuition / Fees $3,876 $3,876
Books and Supplies 1,210 1,210
Computer/Cell Phone 1,250 1,250
Housing 5,440
Food 4,470 960
Transportation 130 130
Clothing Maintenance 970 970
Personal 310 310
Total Budget $17,656 $8,706

Out-of-state undergraduates should add $12,704 to tuition/fees.

The standard UF Cost of Attendance can be found here. Once PaCE students transition to residential status, the regular tuition and fees of a standard (residential) undergraduate student apply.

UF Online students do not pay the Activity and Services Fee, the Health Services Fee, the University Athletics Fee, or the Transportation Fee as part of their standard cost of attendance. UF Online students who want to utilize all campus services and activities can purchase the UF Online Optional Fee Package. Your financial aid budget will not be increased to cover these optional costs; however, you can use financial aid to pay for these expenses. Participation in the package includes your authorization to use your Title IV financial aid disbursements to pay for this package. If you have questions about the UF Online Optional Fee Package, please contact our Dean of Students Office at newstudentinfo@dso.ufl.edu or 352-392-8396.

UF Online OneStop Center

If you are a UF Online student and you have questions about Student Financial Affairs, contact the UF Online OneStop:
Phone (352) 294-3290    Fax (352) 294-3296
Email: ufonlineonestop@mail.ufl.edu
Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. ET; Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET