Tuition & Financial Aid

At Florida Polytechnic University, higher education isn’t just innovative—it’s affordable too. In addition to low tuition rates, we offer generous need- and merit-based scholarships and participate in statewide college funding programs like Florida Bright Futures and Florida Prepaid. Our students are also eligible to receive federal financial aid awards, and there are several external scholarship opportunities students can take advantage of to offset college expenses even further.

88%
of incoming freshman received aid from Florida Poly
60%+
of freshmen do not utilize student loans
82%
of resident freshmen received Bright Futures scholarships
Based on 2018-2019 freshmen class
The average amount of need- and merit-based aid to incoming freshmen is approximately $9,500, which does not include student loans.

HOW DO I SUBMIT MY FAFSA?

To qualify for scholarships, grants, and other forms of financial aid at Florida Poly, students should file a FAFSA every year before June 30, using Federal School Code 042634.

Submitting a FAFSA is free and can open the door to valuable financial awards—even if you don’t think you qualify for aid. Need help filing, or just have questions about the process? Drop us a line for one-on-one guidance and support.

Financial Aid Deadlines
October 1
FAFSA available to students and families
January 1
Priority deadline for completion of FAFSA
December-May
Estimated award letters sent to students for new academic year (fall semester)

NET PRICE CALCULATOR

Want a clearer idea of what it will cost you to attend Florida Poly? Use the Net Price Calculator to compare tuition, fees, and other expenses against your expected financial aid awards to estimate your annual out-of-pocket price.

The Net Price Calculator could help us identify additional financial aid leads for you, so it’s important that you provide accurate information (name, date of birth, phone number, and email).

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THE MOST AFFORDABLE PUBLIC UNIVERSITY IN FLORIDA

2019-20 Estimated Tuition and Fees Schedule (cost per 1 credit hour)
UndergraduateResidentNon-Resident
Tuition$105.07$105.07
Out-Of-State Fee-$510.00
Financial Aid Fee$5.25$5.25
Non-Resident Financial Aid Fee-$25.50
Capital Improvement Trust Fund Fee$4.76$4.76
Transportation Fee$3.00$3.00
Activity and Service Fee$17.62$17.62
Athletic Fee$14.12$14.12
Health Fee$9.58$9.58
Technology Fee$5.25$5.25
GraduateResidentNon - Resident
Tuition$385.00$385.00
Out-Of-State Fee****$608.00
Financial Aid Fee$19.25$19.25
Non-Resident Financial Aid Fee****$30.40
Capital Improvement Trust Fund Fee$4.76$4.76
Transportation Fee$3.00$3.00
Activity and Service Fee$17.62$17.62
Athletic Fee$14.12$14.12
Health Fee$9.58$9.58
Technology Fee$19.25$19.25
Estimated Cost of Attendance for Students Not Living With Parent or Relative – Fall and Spring Semesters
UndergraduateResidentNon-Resident
Full-Time Tuition and Fees$4,940.00$21,005.00
Room and Board$11,471.00$11,471.00
Books and Supplies$1,200.00$1,200.00
Transportation and Other Expenses$4,000.00$4,000.00
TOTAL$21,611.00$37,676.00
GraduateResidentNon-Resident
Full-Time Tuition and Fees$8,506.00$19,998.00
Room and Board$11,471.00$11,471.00
Books and Supplies$1,200.00$1,200.00
Transportation and Other Expenses$4,000.00$4,000.00
Total$25,177.00$36,669.00

All estimates are based on undergraduates taking 30 credit hours in the fall and spring semesters. Other expenses can include a variety of personal expenses such as travel, insurance, etc. Residency classification for tuition purposes is final as of the first day of classes. Please be advised that these are estimated tuition and fees for the 2019-20 academic year. These costs are subject to change.