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Estimated 2013-2014 Student Budget
|Florida Resident|| Out of State Resident|
| ||Fixed Fees|| || |
| || Tuition & Fees||$ 6,783 ||$29,812|
| || Room & Board|| 8,856|| 8,856|
| ||Fixed Fees Subtotal:||15,639|| 38,668|
| || || || |
| ||Variable Costs|| || |
| || Books & Supplies||1200 ||1200|
| || Personal||2,100 ||2,100 |
| || Transportation||1,100 ||1,100 |
| ||Variable Costs Subtotal ||4,400 ||4,400 |
| || || || |
| ||Estimated Total||$20,039 ||$43,068|
Click here to see the 2012-2013 Tuition and Fee Schedule, with a detailed listing of charges. As with all Florida State University System institutions, tuition and fees are determined yearly by the Florida Legislature and the Board of Trustees.
Expected Family Contribution
The Federal Government uses a standard need analysis formula to determine your family's ability to contribute to the cost of your education. Income, assets, family size, number of family members attending college, dependency status, are some of the factors used to determine the Expected Family Contribution (EFC).
Financial need (the amount of Financial Aid you're eligible for) is the cost of attendance minus the expected family contribution.
Cost of Attendance - EFC = Financial Need
For example, if the estimated student budget is $20,039 and the estimated family contribution (EFC) is $5,000, you would have $15,039 in financial need.
To compute your payment obligation using your Financial Aid Award letter, open the 2013-2014 Payment Worksheet (excel) or Payment Worksheet (pdf).