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10501 FGCU Boulevard South
Fort Myers, Florida
33965-6565

(239) 590-7878
(888) 889-1095
admissions@fgcu.edu

Admissions Scholarships & Waivers

 
 

Scholarship Eligibility RequirementsFlorida Gulf Coast University’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions offers numerous scholarships for incoming freshman and transfer students. We suggest applying to the University early as our scholarships are competitive and most are awarded early in the admission cycle. Meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee a scholarship. Additional scholarships are available through the Office of Financial Aid, who administers the Foundation Scholarships (March 1st deadline):
www.fgcu.edu/FinancialAid/Undergraduate/scholarships.html

Please read scholarship descriptions and eligibility requirements thoroughly. Applicants will be considered for awards after gaining admission to the university.

  • An eligible student may receive only one (1) admissions scholarship or waiver unless otherwise stated. Generally, scholarships are not stackable. 
  • Please note not every scholarship and waiver is awarded each and every term.

For access to our admissions scholarships and applications please click one of the following:

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National Merit Finalists & Scholars
  • FGCU is pleased to offer the following scholarships to National Merit Scholars, National Achievement Scholars, and National Hispanic Scholars.
  • To be eligible, students must receive designation as a National Merit Finalist, a National Achievement Finalist or a National Hispanic Scholar and enroll at FGCU no later than the Fall semester immediately following high school graduation.
  • Students must provide a copy of the award certificate or letter to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. 
  • Students must be a US citizen or meet the requirements of an eligible non-citizen as defined by the Federal Student Aid Program.

Scholarships

Florida Resident

  • Eligible students will receive an award equal to the full cost of attendance minus the sum of Bright Futures Award and the President’s Gold or Silver Merit Scholarship, if awarded.
  • The Cost of Attendance is the total amount of the cost to attend college full-time each term and may include tuition and fees, on-campus room and board, books, supplies, travel and miscellaneous expenses.

The Scholarship Program follows the State of Florida Benacquisto Scholarship (formerly the Florida Incentive Scholarship) as described on this site: http://www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/SSFAD/home/uamain.htm

Non-Florida Resident 

  • Eligible students will receive a $10,000 scholarship per year
  • Students applying before November 15th will also be considered for the Blue & Green Scholars or Director’s Scholarship.
    • A Finalist/Scholar, if awarded the Blue & Green Scholars award, would receive $10,000 plus $15,000 per year, for up to four years.

Criteria for Renewal

  • Students must maintain full time academic enrollment at FGCU in the terms that the scholarship is awarded
  • Students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative FGCU grade point average and complete/earn a minimum of 30 credits at FGCU each academic year towards their chosen degree program.
  • Scholarship can be renewed for up to four years (8 semesters) or up until the student completes his/her first Bachelor’s degree or until student’s earned and attempted credits reaches the required number of credits for his/her chosen degree program, whichever comes first.
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Freshman Scholarship Opportunities

NO SPECIFIC SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION REQUIRED. STUDENTS WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY CONSIDERED FOR THESE MERIT AWARDS WHEN THEY APPLY FOR ADMISSION BEFORE NOVEMBER 15th.

Freshman Scholarships

Scholarship

Award/Benefits

Academic Requirements

Florida Resident: Must be classified as in-state for tuition purposes.

President’s Gold

$5,000 per year up to four years

3.9 weighted GPA and 1320 rSAT (Evidence Based Reading and Writing plus Math) or 28 ACT; Higher test scores may be considered if submitted after admission; subject to scholarship availability and posted deadline

President’s Silver

$3,000 per year up to four years

3.5 - 3.89 weighted GPA and 1220 rSAT (Evidence Based Reading and Writing plus Math) or 25 ACT; Higher test scores may be considered if submitted after admission; subject to scholarship availability and posted deadline

Non-Florida Resident: Must be classified as out-of-state for tuition purposes

Blue & Green Scholars Award

$15,000 per year up to four years

3.9 weighted GPA and 1320 rSAT (Evidence Based Reading and Writing plus Math) or 28 ACT; Higher test scores may be considered if submitted after admission; subject to scholarship availability and posted deadline

Blue & Green Director's Award

$10,000 per year up to four years

3.5 - 3.89 weighted GPA and 1220 rSAT (Evidence Based Reading and Writing plus Math) or 25 ACT; Higher test scores may be considered if submitted after admission; subject to scholarship availability and posted deadline

Eligibility

  • Be a US citizen or meet the requirements of an eligible non-citizen as defined by the Federal Student Aid program.
  • Must be classified as in-state or out-of-state (depending on the award) for tuition purposes.
  • Student must apply to the University for Undergraduate Admission by November 15th.
  • Student must be admitted to the University by February 15th.

Criteria for Renewal

  • Students must maintain fulltime academic enrollment at FGCU in the terms that the scholarship is awarded
  • Students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative FGCU grade point average and complete/earn a minimum of 30 credits each academic year at FGCU towards their chosen degree program.
  • Scholarship can be renewed for up to four years (8 semesters) or up until the student completes his/her first Bachelor’s degree or until student’s earned and attempted credits reaches the required number of credits for his/her chosen degree program, whichever comes first.

Bright Futures Scholarship

This state-funded scholarship is based on high school academic achievement and is awarded to students enrolled in an eligible Florida public or private post-secondary educational institution within three years of graduation from a Florida high school. For additional information, visit http://www.fgcu.edu/AS/FinancialAid/Undergraduate/bright-futures.html, contact your high school counselor or call the Florida Department of Education at 1-888-827-2004 (toll free) or visit their web site at Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program.

 

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Transfer Scholarships/Out-of-State Tuition Waiver

Transfer Scholarships & Waivers

Scholarship

Award/Benefits

Academic Requirements

Florida Resident: Must be classified as in-state for tuition purposes.

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
(Details & Application)

$750 per semester, up to four semesters

3.5 GPA or higher; Must be a member of Phi Theta Kappa with an AA degree from a Florida college

Phi Theta Kappa All-Florida Academic Team

Full Tuition up to four semesters

Team A and Team B recipients with letter of award

Eagle Transfer
(Details & Application)

$500 per semester, up to four semesters

3.0 GPA or higher; Competitive award based on selection criteria and financial need

Non-Florida Resident: Must be classified as out-of-state for tuition purposes

Out-of-State Waiver
(Details & Application)

6 credit hours; Fall and Spring only

Award is competitive and based on committee review of the student’s waiver application.


Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Scholarship

Scholarship Deadlines:

Term:

Available Starting:

Deadline:

Spring September 1  December 1
Fall March 1  July 1

 

  

 

The PTK scholarship program has been developed to provide scholarships to upper level first-year transferring students who have graduated with an Associate’s Degree and are members from a Florida PTK Chapter. The scholarship award is $1,500 per academic year or $750 per term for four (4) semesters only and is awarded for the fall and spring terms only.

Eligibility

  • Only first-year transfer students are eligible (i.e. must apply before the first semester of enrollment).
  • Must be a Florida Resident.
  • Must be admitted as a degree seeking student by July 15th.
  • Must be a transfer student from a Florida Community or State College.
  • Must be a member of a Phi Theta Kappa Chapter in Florida.
  • Must have received an Associate of Arts degree.
  • Must have a minimum of a 3.5 GPA.

In addition, for All Florida Academic Team recipients, please be ready to provide your letter of award. Full tuition coverage will be awarded to the Team A and Team B recipients.

Renewal

Students will need to maintain:

  • A cumulative GPA 3.0.
  • Maintain a full-time (minimum 12 credit hours) status every semester.
  • This scholarship is renewed for four (4) semesters only.

Be ready to apply

Below is the necessary information in order to make your application easy.

  • UIN (University Identification Number). This number is sent to all applicants upon submission of the admission application. For further information contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office at (239) 590-7915.
  • Copy of your PTK membership card
  • Verification letter from your current Registrar's office that you have applied to graduate with your AA or AS (if you have not received your Associate's degree yet).
  • For All Florida Academic Team: Provide letter of award.

Apply Now

Contact

Tuition Waiver Committee
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Florida Gulf Coast University
10501 FGCU Boulevard South
Fort Myers, FL 33965-6565
ugtuitionwaivers@fgcu.edu


Eagle Transfer Scholarship

Scholarship Deadlines:

Term:

Available Starting:

Deadline:

 Fall February 15  May 30

 

  

 

The Eagle Transfer Scholarship, formerly known as the Community College Transfer Scholarship, is a competitive scholarship for qualified state college transfer students. Recipients are awarded on the basis of financial need as determined by results of the FAFSA application.

Please Note: If you have applied for the PTK Scholarship and receive the award for the Fall or Spring semester, you will not be eligible to also receive the Eagle Transfer Scholarship.

International students are not eligible for this scholarship. The term International Student refers to any student who is not a permanent resident or naturalized citizen of the United States.

Criteria for Award

  • Students must submit an application to the Office of Diversity & Community Outreach by the published deadline.
  • Students must be admitted to Florida Gulf Coast University as a degree seeking student.
  • Students must enroll in a minimum of 12 credit hours and maintain full-time status for the Fall and Spring semesters.
  • Students must participate in the regularly scheduled monthly meetings.
  • Students must also satisfy all of the following:
    1. Have a minimum transfer GPA of 3.0;
    2. Have completed an AA or AS degree from an accredited Florida State or Community College; and
    3. Have submitted a completed 2015-2016 FAFSA form to the U. S. Department of Education by the published deadline.  Recipients are awarded on the basis of financial need as determined by the results of the FAFSA application.

Scholarship

  • The scholarship awards are $500 per semester for four (4) consecutive semesters.
  • The number of awards will depend on available funds. Initially a maximum of 12 awards will be active at any one time.

Renewal

  • Students must maintain their full-time status for each term of award and must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better for the award to be continued a second year.
  • Students must continue participation in regularly scheduled monthly meetings.
  • All recipients will be reviewed at the end of the first year for renewal eligibility.

Award Process

  • Each recipient will be sent an email detailing the award and under which conditions it will be applied and renewed.

Be ready to Apply

Below is the necessary information in order to make your application easy.

  • UIN (University Identification Number). This number is sent to all applicants upon submission of the admission application. For further information contact the Office of Diversity & Community Outreach at (239) 590-1258.
  • Have the Name of the Institution from which you graduated or are attending as well as the type of degree awarded, date awarded, and cumulative GPA.
  • Are you a First-Generation Student? (meaning neither of your parents have earned a 4-year college degree)
  • You will need to answer 2 essay questions, with 250 words maximum. Below are the questions you will be asked. Please type your answers in a Word document. You will need to copy and paste your answers in the application as time is limited.
    • Explain any family or financial circumstances that you feel should be taken into consideration for this scholarship.
    • Please tell us why you deserve a scholarship and what sets you apart from other candidates.

Apply Now

Contact 

Maureen Jenny
Office of Diversity and Community Outreach

Florida Gulf Coast University
10501 FGCU Boulevard South
Fort Myers, FL 33965-6565
(239) 590-1258
diversityoutreach@fgcu.edu


Out-of-State Waiver  

Scholarship Deadlines:

Term:

Available Starting:

Deadline:

Spring September 1  December 14
 Fall January 1  March 14

 

 

  

Out-of-State Waivers are based on the University's established key selection criteria of recruitment, retention, diversity and service and awarded to students who are classified as out-of-state residents. Out-of-state waivers are based on funding allocation and may not be awarded every term.

Eligibility

  • Must be classified as Non-Florida Resident for tuition purposes.
  • Must meet the published waiver application deadlines.
  • This is primarily an admissions merit based waiver program and priority will be given to newly admitted TRANSFER students
  • Minimum transfer GPA of 3.4.
  • All applicants will be reviewed and ranked according to GPA. The review committee will also take into consideration other factors as presented on the application; these factors may include: outstanding leadership, civic engagement, demonstrated talents or other activities critical to the FGCU mission.
  • The Out-of-State Waiver covers the difference in tuition between out-of-state and in-state tuition. For more information, please refer to the Office of the Bursar http://www.fgcu.edu/Cashiers/tuition-and-fees.html.
  • This waiver will cover six (6) credit hours per semester for the Fall and Spring semesters only.


Renewal

Renewal will be automatic every semester until the student earns his/her first Bachelor’s degree or has earned the requisite number of credit hours for the chosen degree program. Credits taken for a second major and/or minors will notnormally be covered by this waiver. In addition, students must:

  • Maintain a cumulative FGCU GPA 3.0
  • Earn credit in 80% of attempted hours
  • Meet the criteria after each semester for which they received the award
  • Have a semester GPA cannot fall below 2.75

Be ready to apply

Below is the necessary information in order to make your application easy.

  • UIN (University Identification Number). This number is sent to all applicants upon submission of the admission application. For further information contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office at (239) 590-7915.
  • You will need to answer 3 essay questions, with 250 words maximum. Below are the questions. Please type your answer in a word document. You will need to copy and paste your answer in the application as time is limited.
    • Please list scholastic achievements, community awards or recognitions, leadership roles, and volunteer activity hours.
    • Please tell us about your future plans and career goals.
    • Please describe any extraordinary challenges, personal circumstances or additional information you would like to have taken into consideration.

Apply Now

Contact

Tuition Waiver Committee
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Florida Gulf Coast University
10501 FGCU Boulevard South
Fort Myers, FL 33965-6565
ugtuitionwaivers@fgcu.edu

 

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International Student Scholarship Opportunities
International Scholarships
For Freshman and Transfer

Scholarship

Award/Benefits

Academic Requirements

Latin American & Caribbean Scholarship
(Details and Application)

$500 per semester; Student pays the in-state tuition rate

3.5 GPA or 1130 rSAT (Evidence Based Reading and Writing plus Math) or 23 ACT; International students with an F-1 VISA; citizen/resident of designated Latin American or Caribbean countries

Other Opportunities

Florida Linkage Institute Program
(Details)

Latin American Caribbean Scholarship

This scholarship program has been developed to provide scholarships to international students from designated Latin American and Caribbean countries or territories that would then allow FGCU to classify these recipients as special residents for tuition and fee purposes; in accordance with Section 1009.21 (10)(e) Florida Statutes.

Criteria for Awards

  • Student must submit the application to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions by the published deadline.
  • Student must be admitted as an undergraduate degree seeking student.
  • Student must maintain full-time enrollment status, 15 hours for the Spring and Fall semesters and 9 hours for the Summer semester.
  • Student who are enrolled as distance learning only are not eligible for this program.
  • Student must be approved to study in the United States with an F-1 Visa, except for students from Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.
  • Student must be a citizen or legal resident of one of the countries or territories listed in Appendix I (below).
  • Student must satisfy one of the following:
  1. GPA of 3.5 or
  2. rSAT of 1130 or
  3. ACT of 23 or
  4. Students who have demonstrated special talents, for example, in fields such as music or fine arts.

Scholarship

  • The scholarship award will be for half of the tuition rate per credit hour enrolled. Normally the award will be for the Fall and Spring terms only. Summer awards may be considered depending on fund availability.
  • Once awarded, the student will be classified as a special in-state resident for tuition purposes and will be charged the standard in-state tuition rate.
  • Scholarships must be awarded for each and every semester in order for the student to qualify for in-state residency.
  • The scholarship will continue until such time as the student has earned or attempted the requisite number of credit hours for his or her designated degree program. Changing degree programs and or taking excess hours not counting towards a degree program may disqualify the student from this scholarship.
  • Students must maintain their full-time status for each term of award and must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 for the award to be continued. Students who graduate and subsequently enter a new degree program must re-apply for the scholarship.
  • Students who lose their scholarship for any reason will revert to out-of-state resident for tuition purposes classification.
  • All recipients will be reviewed each semester for renewal eligibility.
  • Each scholarship recipient will be sent a letter detailing the award and under which conditions it will be applied and renewed.

Criteria for Renewal

Award Process

Application

Please complete the Latin American Caribbean Scholarship application and return to:

Office of Admissions
Florida Gulf Coast University
10501 FGCU Blvd. South
Fort Myers, FL 33965-6565

 

Appendix

Students must be citizens of one of the following listed countries:

THE CARIBBEAN

Aruba 

Curacao

St. Barthelemy

Anguilla

Dominica 

St. Kitts and Nevis

Antigua & Barbuda

Dominican Republic 

Saint Lucia

Bahamas

Grenada 

St. Maarten/St. Martin

Barbados

Guadeloupe

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Bermuda

Haiti 

Trinidad and Tobago

British Virgin Islands

Jamaica

Turks and Caicos Islands

Cayman Islands

Martinique

US Virgin Islands

Caribbean Netherlands 

Montserrat

 

Cuba

Puerto Rico

 

CENTRAL AMERICA

Belize

Guatemala

Nicaragua

Costa Rica

Honduras

Panama

El Salvador

Mexico

 

SOUTH AMERICA

Argentina

Ecuador

Peru

Bolivia

Falkland Islands

Suriname

Brazil

French Guiana

Uruguay

Chile

Guyana

Venezuela

Colombia

Paraguay

 

Contact Information

For additional information about LAC, contact ugtuitionwaivers@fgcu.edu.


Other Opportunities

Florida Linkage Institute Program

Florida Linkage Institutes have been created by the Florida Legislature to assist in the development of stronger economic and social ties between the State of Florida and strategic foreign countries. Each institute is affiliated with a university or community college and sponsors specific country or countries. Only international students from these countries may apply for the Linkage tuition waiver program. International students who are selected for this program receive the in-state tuition rate for course fees. Students who receive this award are required to return to their home country within three years after their tenure of graduate or undergraduate degree or may be required to pay back the equivalent amount waived. See website:

For additional International Student Scholarship Resources, please visit: http://www.fgcu.edu/International/Information/Financial_Assistance_International_Students.pdf

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Dual Enrollment Scholarships

Dual Enrollment Scholarships

Scholarship

Award/Benefits

Academic Requirements

Dual Enrolled Students at FGCU

Accelerated Collegiate Experience (ACE) Honors Graduates

$5,000 per year up to three years

Successful completion of the ACE Honors program with an FGCU GPA of 3.0; Students may also be considered if they have a 1320 rSAT or 28 ACT at time of initial enrollment; Must be recommended by ACE Program Director

Accelerated Collegiate Experience (ACE) Graduates

$3,000 per year up to three years

Successful completion of the ACE Honors program with an FGCU GPA of 3.0; Must be recommended by ACE Program Director

State College of Florida Collegiate School (Bradenton, FL)

Tuition and fees for up to 72 credit hours or max 3 years

State College of Florida Collegiate School graduate with an AA degree and 3.0 GPA

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In-State Tuition Waiver/Non-Resident Waiver

In-State Tuition Waiver/Non-Resident Waiver

In-State Tuition Waiver
(Details and Application)

12 credit hours of tuition per semester; Fall and Spring semesters only

Must be a Florida Resident; priority will be given to students who belong to one of these recognized outreach programs: AVID, CROP, Eagle FSW Leaders Scholarship, Immokalee  Foundation, Scholars Program, Take Stock in Children

Non-Residential Tuition Waiver (Details and Application)

Covers out-of-state portion of tuition and fees.

Student must meet eligibility requirements listed below.  

 

In-State Waiver

Scholarship Deadlines:

Term:

Available Starting:

Deadline:

Spring September 1  December 14
Fall January 1  March 14

 

 

 

In-State Waivers are available to enhance campus diversity and academic quality in an ever increasing competitive student market. Waivers are based on the University's established key selection criteria of recruitment, retention, diversity and service and awarded to students who are classified as In-State residents and meet the eligibility requirements as listed below.

Eligibility

  • Must be a Florida Resident.
  • Must be admitted as a degree seeking student by March 15 of the semester of enrollment.
  • Priority will be given to students who belong to one of these recognized outreach programs:
    • AVID
    • CROP
    • Project HOPE (FSW)
    • Students of Promise Scholarship (FSW)
    • Presidential Scholarship (FSW)
    • Immokalee Foundation
    • PSEP/Scholars Program
    • Take Stock in Children
    • Other (Specify program in application)
  • The In-State Waiver will cover the tuition for 12 credit hours per semester for Fall and Spring semesters only.
  • For more information about the tuition please refer to the Office of the Bursar http://www.fgcu.edu/Cashiers/tuition-and-fees.html

Renewal

Renew will be automatic every semester until reaching their degree requirements. Students will need to maintain:

  • A cumulative GPA 3.0.
  • Maintain a full time (minimum 12 credit hours) status every semester.
  • Students must earn credit in 80% of attempted hours.
  • Students must meet the criteria after each semester for which they received the award.

Be ready to apply

Below is the necessary information in order to make your application easy.

  • UIN (University Identification Number). This number is sent to all applicants upon submission of the admission application. For further information contact the Undergraduate Office at 239-590-7915.
  • Name of advisor of your Outreach Program: You will need to know the name of a contact person (advisor/coordinator) for this program at your school. If you don't have a name, please refer to your high school counselor who will help you.
  • You will need to answer 3 essay questions, with 250 words maximum. Below are the questions. Please type your answer in a word document. You will need to copy and paste your answer in the application as time is limited.
    • Please list scholastic achievements, community awards or recognitions, leadership roles, and volunteer activity hours.
    • Please tell us about your future plans and career goals.
    • Please describe any extraordinary challenges, personal circumstances or additional information you would like to have taken into consideration.

Apply Now

Contact:

Tuition Waiver Committee
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Florida Gulf Coast University
10501 FGCU Boulevard South
Fort Myers, FL 33965-6565
ugtuitionwaivers@fgcu.edu

 


 Non-Resident Tuition Waiver

This waiver is authorized for non-resident students who meet the eligibility requirements listed below. Undocumented students, including students who have received deferred action (DACA), may qualify for this waiver. The approval of this waiver does NOT imply eligibility to financial assistance from the University, the state, or the federal government nor does it constitute a permanent designation as a Florida Resident for tuition paying purposes and does NOT qualify the student for such designation in the future. 

Once awarded, the out-of-state portion of tuition and fees will be waived.  The student will be responsible for the instate tuition and fees.

Eligibility

 Students who meet the following conditions are eligible: 

  • Attended a secondary school in this state for 3 consecutive years immediately before graduating from a high school in this state;
  • Apply for enrollment in an institution of higher education within 24 months after high school graduation; and
  • Submit an official Florida high school transcript as evidence of attendance and graduation. 

Additional Information Regarding Waiver

Know your Rights Brochure

Know your Rights Brochure (Spanish)

FAQ

FAQ (Spanish) 

Renewal

The waiver will be applicable for 110 percent of the required credit hours of the degree or certificate program for which the student is enrolled. The degree program is defined as the first bachelor’s degree awarded and does not included hours towards dual major or minors.

Students do not need to reapply for the waiver each semester and there are no GPA or earned credit minimums.
 

Application 

To receive this waiver, click here to complete the paper application and return it to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. After the information is verified the form will be sent to the Cashiers Office for processing. 

This waiver will appear as a payment for the respective term on your Account Activity screen in the Bill & Payment Center.  Listed below is an approximate posting timeframe for the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters. 

Please Note: In order to assure timely posting, applications must be received no later than 30 days prior to the start of term.

Term:

Posting of Waiver to Student Account Begins:

Fall    

By August 1

Spring    

After January 1
(Due to tax implications, waivers must be posted in the same tax year that they are to be used. )

Summer    

By May 1

 

 

   

 

Applying for Financial Aid

Florida Gulf Coast University offers a comprehensive financial aid program to assist in meeting reasonable educational expenses by both full time and part time students who might otherwise be unable to afford college. To apply for financial aid and to access the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), please visit our Financial Aid website http://www.fgcu.edu/financialaid/.

The FGCU Financial Aid priority deadline is March 1st.

2014-2015 Undergraduate Costs
Costs Tuition and Fees
Cost Per Credit Hour
Costs On-Campus Housing

Costs Meal Plans

*Based on 15 credit hours for 2 semesters

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