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Tuition & Fees

A private education at an affordable price.

A Flagler education costs less than the national average for similar four-year colleges. Before you make your decision, crunch the numbers and find out how far a degree at Flagler can go.

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 residential room costs may vary depending on your housing assignment. For a full list of costs, please visit residence hall costs.

Consider All Angles

We also offer guidelines for other cost factors, such as books, health insurance, special fees, and travel.

More Cost Details 

One Price Does Not Fit All

Costs for Flagler vary depending on your situation- full-time versus part-time, alumni and non-degree seeking student. There are also varying costs for difference residence halls on campus.

Residence Hall Costs 

Tuition Details for Part-Time, Alumni, Summer, Graduate, and Non-Degree Students  

Net Price Calculator

To get an even better idea of what Flagler costs, use our net price calculator and determine how much you would pay based on if you are a first-year or transfer student.

Freshmen (First Year) | Transfer

Financial Aid

If you think you may need help paying for Flagler, read over your options and start planning as soon as possible.

Types of Financial Aid | Financial Aid Application Process

Tuition Payment Plans

With our installment plan, you can pay your tuition over four months.

More about our payment plan 

Have a question about billing and payment? Contact the Office of Student Accounts at studentaccounts@flagler.edu.

Ask Us

Connect with one of our financial aid counselors, who can help you with the details.

Meet Your Financial Aid Officer