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Tuition & Fees

2015 – 2016 Academic Year

Cost of Attendance Before Aid
Room *$4,720
Meal Plan (Full)$4,910
Total Costs$26,460

* Students residing in the FEC Residence Halls will be charged an additional $220 per year to the above Room costs

Costs per Credit Hour

Tuition covers full-time enrollment, which is 12 to 19 credit hours per semester. Credit hours over 19 will be charged $565 per credit hour.  Students taking less than 12 credit hours are considered part-time students.

Tuition Cost per Credit Hour
Part-time and Extra Hour$565
Summer 2015 per hour$450
Audit, non-degree student$345
Flagler Graduate$345

Payment of Tuition and Fees

Flagler College offers tuition payment plans as well as financial aid options to assist families with attendance costs.

Tuition Payment Plans

The College recommends the Federal Parent PLUS Loan if additional aid is needed. The College also offers a payment plan option through Higher One. Log into MyFlagler and click on the 'Business Services' tab. There is a nominal enrollment fee and no interest is accrued while you are enrolled in the plan. Your balance must be greater than $1,000 in order to be eligible for the plan.

Students, parents or any other responsible billing party listed on the students account, can enroll online and agree to contract requirements with an electronic signature. The monthly bills, reminders, and receipts will be set up so that they are automatically emailed and/or messaged to your cell phone. You have the option to establish automatic payments.

Your financial information and personal privacy is secured by state-of-the-art, need-based data encryption, security certification, and access control. Please visit MyFlagler's, Business Services tab for further details.

Click here for a step-by-step tutorial of signing up for the tuition payment plan
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