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Navigating Fees at Flagler College

Throughout your Flagler College journey, you may encounter a limited number of fees that could be charged to your account. It's important to note that not all fees will be applicable to your specific experience. Additional costs, if applicable, will be assessed and are payable upon receipt. These fees may include charges for parking, books, and tuition insurance, among others, depending on your individual circumstances.

For a full list of potential special fees, please visit our course catalog.

Special Fees

A mandatory activity fee of $250 a year on all student accounts helps cover a portion of the cost of events and activities for students. 

This one-time, mandatory, non-refundable $100 fee covers special services and programs for new students, including fall and spring welcoming activities, information packets, and other materials provided to new students.

  • Application Fee $50
  • Internship (Education majors in Florida) $350
  • Internship (Education majors out-of-state) Varies
  • Internship $50
  • Lab Fees $25-$550
  • Lab Fees (Graphic Design—varies by course) $30--$100
  • Study abroad fee (when not led by Flagler Faculty) $160
  • Independent Study Fee $50

The graduation fee is a one-time, non-refundable $100 fee that is added to each student’s account when they apply to graduate.  This is a comprehensive fee, paid when the student applies, regardless of whether they intend to participate in the commencement ceremony. The fee helps offset the cost of the diploma and covers all production costs for both in-person and virtual ceremonies.  The fee also supports administrative costs incurred during the degree application and review process, as well as the actual ceremony, including staff support from the Office of the Registrar, Student Accounts, Special Events, and Academic Affairs. 

Funds the College’s high-impact practice programs such as FlagSHIP, undergraduate research, internships, and community-based learning.

The student technology fee will be used to enhance and add services that directly and positively impact the student experience. It will cover the following areas: internet bandwidth, direct connections to popular sites that will increase speed, enhancements to wireless across campus, digital signage improvements, direct student helpdesk support improvements, and improvements in cyber-security.

Tuition Insurance

We prioritize providing an accessible and cost-effective way to safeguard your valuable investment in higher education. That's why we've partnered with Grad Guard to offer Tuition Insurance to our students and their families.

What is Tuition Insurance? 

Tuition Insurance offers you peace of mind by reimbursing tuition costs if, for any covered reason, a student needs to withdraw during the semester. Covered reasons may include serious injury or illness, chronic health conditions, or mental health concerns. This coverage extends to various expenses, including tuition, room, board, and other withdrawal fees that are typically non-refundable.

To obtain a quote or discover more about Tuition Refund Insurance from GradGuard, please visit: 

GradGuard Website  

On-Campus Parking Costs

Students holding a valid parking decal enjoy convenient parking privileges in Flagler College lots and our campus parking garage. 

2023-2024 Academic Year Parking Costs

Whether you're a Resident Student or a Commuter Student, the fee for this academic year parking decal is $260. 

Books and Supplies

According to data from the National Center for Education Statistics, the average annual cost for books and supplies at non-profit private institutions stands at $1,226 per student1. It's important to note that individual expenses can vary based on factors such as the specific courses enrolled in and the number of courses taken.

For more information, visit our Campus Store

1: Data from 2021-2022 

Contact Us

If you have any questions about tuition and fees, please reach out to our Student Accounts team at