Student Accounts Office
|Meal Plan (Full)||$4,710|
|15 Meal Plan||$3,760|
|10 Meal Plan||$2,820|
Tuition covers full-time enrollment which is 12 to 19 credit hours per semester. Credit hours over 19 will be charged $540 per credit hour. Students taking less than 12 hours are part-time students.
|Part-time and Extra Hour (over 19)||$540|
|Audit, non-degree student||$320|
Students residing in the FEC Residence Halls will be charged an additional $200.00 per year to the above Room & Board costs.
The College offers a group health insurance plan at a reasonable cost. All students should be able to verify they are covered by other health insurance, when necessary. All athletes are required to purchase the health insurance, unless the student can verify that he/she is protected by other health insurance plans that meet Federal standards and standards established by the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) and the insurance company is chartered in the United States. The charge for health insurance is not subject to adjustment or refund once it has been added to the student account.
For detailed information on the Flagler Student Insurance Plan visit Bollinger Insurance Solutions. You can also use this link to fill out a claim form, find a provider and check on benefits of the plan.
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-$100. More on these and other special fees are outlined in the Flagler College catalog.
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. Selections were made in March; however, any changes to a students meal plan must be made and submitted to Student Services by June 18, 2014.
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.