Tuition and Fees


Visit the USF Student Financial Services site for information on tuition and financial services. Visit the USF Cashier's Office for information regarding bill payment and important dates. Visit the Frequently Asked Questions page for more information. Tuition and fees are subject to change, without prior notice.

All registration fees and all courses added during the drop/add period must be paid in full by the payment deadline date specified in the current Schedule of Classes. Registration fee payment may be made in person or mailed to the Cashier’s office. Students not on an authorized deferred payment plan and who have not paid their registration fees in full by the published deadline will have their registrations canceled. A student will not receive credit for any courses taken during that semester. Students who are allowed to register in error may have their registration canceled. Any fees paid will be refunded or credited against any charges due the University.

For more information on Tuition and Fees, see Regulation USF 4.0102 and Section 6 - Tuition, Fees, and Financial Information in the USF Graduate Catalog. For information on special Fees, Fines, and Penalties, see Regulation USF 4.0107

Student Financial Services
Houses the Cashier’s office, student accounting, accounts receivable, and the Student Account Information desk. It is located in SVC 1038, with the mailing address: Student Financial Services, 4202 E. Fowler Ave., ALN 0147, Tampa, FL 33620. Customer Service can be reached at 813-974-6056.

Veteran Deferment Benefits
Students receiving VA benefits who apply in writing no later than the specified date for the 60‐day deferment of fees from the Office of Veteran’s Services must pay registration fees in full by the date posted online. For more information contact the USF Office of Veteran’s Services at 813-974‐2291 or visit their website.

Bull2Bull Financial Education 
This program provides peer-to-peer counseling to students on issues such as budgeting, student loans, credit cards and financial planning.

Other Tuition Information

 Reduced Rate Program

The Reduced Rate Program allows out-of-state students, taking online courses in the College of Public Health, to take advantage of a reduced tuition rate. For information about the Reduced Rate Program, please see the Reduced Rate Program pages in this guidebook.

 State of Florida and USF Employees

State of Florida Employee Tuition Waiver Information – This is not a USF webpage.
NOTE: State of Florida Employees can enroll for up to 6 credit hours of courses per term on a space-available basis. USF College of Public Health honors tuition waivers for Florida state employees on a seat available basis for its courses. Certain exclusions apply.

USF Employee Tuition Assistance Program
Interested individuals will need to complete this form and drop it off at Human Resources (SVC 2172) no later than the fourth day of the term or you will not qualify for the tuition waiver. Drop off a copy of the completed form to Jay Evans, Associate Dean for Finance & Administration, COPH Dean's Office.

 Residency
  • General Information on Residency
  • Qualifying for In-State Residency
  • Academic Common Market - This is not a USF webpage. The Academic Common Market (ACM) is a tuition-savings program for full-time college students in the 16 Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) member states who want to pursue degrees in fields that are not offered by their in-state institutions. These students enroll full-time in out-of-state universities that offer the specialized degree programs, and they pay only the in-state tuition rates. Students in this program must be a resident of the SREB member state and be admitted unconditionally into an out-of-state degree program that is listed in the Academic Common Market inventory. For a list of participating SREB member states and to view the ACM inventory, click here. NOTE: ACM is considered a residency status. If you are an ACM student, you must be enrolled full-time (9 credits per semester) in order to receive in-state tuition; otherwise you will have to pay out-of-state tuition. If you can attend only part-time, you might want to consider the Reduced Rate Program instead.



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