CF tuition and fees are well below the national average for public four-year or above institutions and consistently rank among the top 20 colleges in the nation for affordability. Tuition rates remain flat for all degree and certificate programs for the 2016-2017 academic year. This is the fifth consecutive year tuition has remained unchanged.
“Keeping college affordable is always a priority,” said Dr. Jim Henningsen, CF president. “Low cost and high quality educational opportunities make College of Central Florida the best choice for education in our community.”
The cost for associate level courses is $107.10 per credit hour, or approximately $2,570 per year for a student with a 12-credit course load for two semesters. The cost for a bachelor’s level course is $122.89 per credit hour, or approximately $2,949 per year for a student with a 12-credit course load for two semesters. These rates have been in place since 2012-2013.
Estimated expenses are based on the average cost of most credit programs at 12 credit hours per semester for two semesters.
87% of our first-time in college students receive some form of financial assistance. The CF Financial Aid Office supports students and their families with planning for and meeting college expenses. This financial assistance helps cover higher education expenses and related costs. There are several types of financial aid, including grants and scholarships, work study and loans.
Students are encouraged to apply for aid by submitting a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov. Note the deadlines for next year have changed; click to find out dates.
Below is a link to help you get an estimate on how much college will cost you.
Click for the Net Price Calculator, estimated financial assistance
Visit our Financial Aid homepage, utilize the resources and information available to you. We have representatives at the Ocala and Citrus Campuses as well as the Levy Center that are available to assist you.