Professional Tuition and Fees Effective Fall 2021

Tuition (Fall and Spring Semesters)
Per Hour
 Per Semester
Annual
Full-time Pharmacy (12-18 credit hours)
 

$23,094

$46,188

Part-time Pharmacy (less than 12 credit hours)

$1,600

   
Overload Tuition - hours in excess of 18 credit hours

$793

   

     

Tuition (Summer Semester)

Per Hour

Per Semester

 

Full-time Pharmacy (12-18 credit hours)

Ineligible for Institutional Aid during the Summer Semester

 

$10,309

 
Part-time Pharmacy (less than 12 credit hours)

$793

   
Overload Tuition - hours in excess of 18 credit hours

$793

   

     

Mandatory Fees

Per Hour

Per Semester

Annual

Student Activity Fee (non-refundable) - 12 or more credit hours
 

$150

$300

Student Activity Fee (non-refundable) - 6 or less than 12 credit hours

 

 $75

 
General Service Fee (non-refundable) - more than 9 credit hours
 

$505

$1,010

General Service Fee (non-refundable) - 9 hours or less credit hours

$50

   
One-Time Registration Fee (Freshmen/Transfers/Readmits)
 

$100

 
One-Time Orientation Fee (Freshmen, Transfers)
 

 $150

 

     

Other Fees

Private Music Lessons (one 1/2 hour lesson per week) 

 $175

 
Proficiency Exam 

$100

 
Independent Study/Directed Study Fee 

$100 plus tuition

 
Official Transcripts 

$6 per transcript 

 
UF Payment Plan Fee  

$65 per semester 

 
Returned Payment Fee (Check, ACH or Credit/Debit Card) 

  $30 per item

 
Audit - full-time (12-18 credit hours) professional student (Student must pay applicable course fees.)

 No Charge

 
Audit - part-time (less than 12 credit hours) professional student (Student must pay applicable course fees.)

 $50 per hour

 
Course Fees

 See Course Fee Schedule

 

Professional-level students pursuing a joint program will be charged tuition and fees within the Professional charge structure.

The Board of Trustees reserves the right at any time to amend or add to the regulations of the University, including those concerning fees and methods of payment. The amendments and/or additions apply to students currently enrolled as well as to new students