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Tuition & Fees

  • 2018 – 2019 Academic Year
    Cost of Attendance Before AidSemesterYear
    Tuition*$9,425$18,850
    Room **$2,850$5,700
    Meal Plan (Full)$2,772$5,544
    Mandatory Activity Fee$50$100
    Total Costs$15,097$30,194

    *Tuition covers full-time enrollment, which is 12 to 18 credit hours per semester.
    ** Additional room information:

    • FEC Hall double is charged at the rate of $3,200 per semester, $6,400 per year.
    • Abare Hall single-suite is charged at the rate of $4,000 per semester, $8,000 per year.
    • Abare Hall double-suite is charged at the rate of $3,400 per semester, $6,800 per year.
    • Single room rates, if available, are charged at the rate of $4,000 per semester for FEC ($8,000 per year), and $3,915 per semester for Ponce, Lewis and Cedar Halls ($7,830 per year).

     

    Part-Time Tuition Cost
    Part-time and Additional Hours***$645
    Summer 2018 per hour$485
    Audit, non-degree student$395
    Flagler Alumni$395
    Deaf Education Master's Program per hour$525

    *** Students enrolled in more than 18 hours in a semester are charged the full time tuition plus $645 per additional credit.

    Summer term tuition rates apply to Faculty led summer study abroad programs.
    Part-time, audit, and Flagler alumni tuition rates do not apply for summer school.
     

    Tuition Payment Plans

    Flagler College offers a tuition payment plan to assist families with attendance costs for the Fall and Spring Semesters.

    Tuition Insurance 

    Take care of your financial investment and ensure coverage if your student has to withdraw due to a documented medical or mental health issue. You cannot predict the future, but you can certainly help protect it. 

    To learn more about the Tuition Refund Insurance program, please go to the following link and enter your school name: https://gradguard.com/

    Health Insurance

    Effective for fall 2018, all full-time undergraduate students enrolled for 12 or more credits, including international students, are required to have adequate health insurance coverage while attending the College. Flagler College will charge all students an initial health insurance fee in the first semester of attendance. Students will be expected to provide adequate proof of alternate coverage to waive the required fee. Currently, the annual cost of Flagler-provided student health insurance is estimated at $1,442, and will be charged in full the first semester of attendance. The fee is non-refundable once coverage is established. The coverage renews annually, and the fee is due and payable each fall semester, unless evidence of alternate coverage is provided. For proof of alternate coverage, all insurance companies must be chartered in the United States.

    Special Fees

    Students in some science, computer studies, communication, education, theatre, fine art, or graphic design courses will be assessed additional lab fees. The fees will range from $25-$300. More on these and other special fees are outlined in the Flagler College catalog.

    Payment Plan

  • 2017 – 2018 Academic Year
    Cost of Attendance Before AidSemesterYear
    Tuition*$9,100$18,200
    Room **$2,675$5,350
    Meal Plan (Full)$2,665$5,330
    Mandatory Activity Fee$50$100
    Total Costs$14,490$28,980

    *Tuition covers full-time enrollment, which is 12 to 19 credit hours per semester.
    ** Additional room information:

    • FEC Halls are charged at the rate of $3,000 per semester, $6,000 per year.
    • Abare Hall is charged at the rate of $3,825 per semester, $7,650 per year.
    • Single room rates, if available, are charged at the rate of $3,675 per semester.

     

    Part-Time Tuition Cost
    Part-time and Additional Hours***$620
    Summer 2018 per hour$485
    Audit, non-degree student$380
    Flagler Alumni$380
    Deaf Education Master's Program per hour$500

    *** Students enrolled in more than 19 hours in a semester are charged the full time tuition plus $620 per additional credit.

    Summer term tuition rates apply to Faculty led summer study abroad programs.
    Part-time, audit, and Flagler alumni tuition rates do not apply for summer school.
     

    Tuition Payment Plans

    Flagler College offers a tuition payment plan to assist families with attendance costs for the Fall and Spring Semesters.

    Tuition Insurance 

    Take care of your financial investment and ensure coverage if your student has to withdraw due to a documented medical or mental health issue. You cannot predict the future, but you can certainly help protect it. 

    To learn more about the Tuition Refund Insurance program, please go to the following link and enter your school name: https://gradguard.com/

    Health Insurance

    All students enrolled at Flagler College are expected to have adequate health insurance to cover them while attending the College. All athletes are required to have health insurance that meet Federal and NCAA standards. Insurance companies must be chartered in the United States. International Athletes are required to purchase Health Insurance provided through the school. The policy premium health insurance charge for the international athlete’s full academic year will appear on the student account statement and is due and payable in the first semester of attendance. It is non-refundable.

    Special Fees

    Students in some science, computer studies, communication, education, theatre, fine art, or graphic design courses will be assessed additional lab fees. The fees will range from $25-$300. More on these and other special fees are outlined in the Flagler College catalog.

    Payment Plan

Net Price Calculator

Use the Flagler College Net Price Calculator to get an estimate of your financial aid and your estimated out-of-pocket cost. It is important to know how much you will need early so you can plan accordingly well in advance.

 

Meal Plan Policy

Students living on campus are required to purchase the full meal plan for their first academic school year. Returning students, living on and off campus, will have the option to select from three Meal Plan levels.

Payment of Tuition and Fees

Failure to meet financial obligations in a reasonable manner can result in the cancellation of a student’s enrollment. Students with balances on their financial account will not be awarded a diploma or issued transcripts.

Financial Aid

Explore the financial aid programs, such as grants, scholarships, loans, and student employment, and learn more about applying for financial aid at Flagler College.

Types of Financial Aid

Financial Aid Application Process