Tuition Cost & Due Dates
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2021 – 2022 Academic Year
|Cost of Attendance Before Aid||Semester||Year|
|Meal Plan (Full)||$3,120||$6,240|
|Mandatory Activity Fee||$50||$100|
|High Impact Fee||$250||$500|
|Orientation Fee (all new incoming students)||$100|
*Tuition covers full-time enrollment, which is 12 to 19 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.
Additional Tuition Information
Tuition per Credit Hour
- Part-time student $702
- Audit (Non-degree student) $431
- Flagler graduate $431
- More than 19 credit hours per semester $702
- Summer 2021 per hour $531
Tuition covers full-time enrollment (12 to 19 credit hours per semester). Students enrolled in more than 19 credit hours a semester will be charged an additional $702 per credit hour. Students who enroll full-time and subsequently reduce to part-time status (11 credit hours or less) during the semester will not be entitled to any tuition refund and may jeopardize financial aid awards. All students are considered full-time unless pre-approved by the Registrar’s Office as a part-time student.
At Flagler College, we believe it’s important to offer an easy, affordable way to protect the investment you and your family have made in higher education. We have partnered with Grad Guard to offer Tuition Insurance to our students and families.
What is Tuition Insurance? Tuition Insurance provides peace of mind by reimbursing tuition costs if a student withdraws at any time during the semester for a covered reason, such as: serious inquiry or illness, chronic illness, or mental health conditions. This would cover things such as: tuition, room, board, and other withdrawal fees that would normally not be refunded.
To get a quote or learn more about the Tuition Refund Insurance from GradGuard visit their website, http://www.gradguard.com/flagler.
Residence General Information
When you enroll for the fall semester and complete the Housing Contract Agreement, you are obligated for the full academic year. If you enroll in January, you will have a housing contract for the spring term only. The non-refundable housing deposit will be applied as a credit on the spring statement, against the Residence charge.
Dining Hall General Information
New and incoming transfer students will be required to live on campus and purchase the full meal plan for their first academic school year.
Returning boarding and non-boarding students may select from the three meal plan options offered by the college. Selections must be made and submitted to Student Services by April 26. If returning boarding students fail to make a selection by April 26, the full meal plan will be charged.
For detailed costs for Resident halls and Meal Plans, please visit Residence Life Costs.
Health Insurance Mandatory Coverage
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 $1,678 and will be charged in full for 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.
For information regarding special fees, please visit Cost Details.
|June 15||Fall Statements are viewable online|
|July 15||Fall 5-month online auto-payment plan enrollment begins|
|August 1||FALL BALANCES DUE|
|November 16||Spring Statements are viewable online|
|December 15||Spring 5-month online auto-payment plan enrollment begins|
|December 15||SPRING BALANCES DUE|