Tuition and Fees Regulation: https://usf.app.box.com/v/usfregulation40102
For tuition information refer to: http://usfweb2.usf.edu/finaid/. Tuition and fees are subject to change, without prior notice. For information on Residency for tuition purposes, refer to the Florida Residency Policy.
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.
Student Financial Services
Houses the Cashier’s office, student accounting, accounts receivable, and the Student Account Information desk. It is located in Student Service Building- SVC 1039, with the mailing address:
University of South Florida
4202 E. Fowler Ave., ALN 147
Tampa, FL 33620.
USF is approved for the education of veterans, eligible dependents, members of the selected reserve, and active-duty personnel who are eligible for benefits under public laws now in effect. All degree programs currently offered at USF are approved by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
How to Apply
Students who may be eligible for benefits are urged to contact the Office of Veterans Success at https://www.usf.edu/student-affairs/veterans/. Once admitted, peer counselors will guide the student veteran through the process of requesting Veterans Educational Benefits through our online Clockworks system. You can contact the Office of Veterans Success at email@example.com or come by the office at ALN 190 or call 813-974-2291.
To be eligible for full-time VA benefits at USF, undergraduate students must enroll for 12 or more semester hours, and graduate students must enroll for 9 or more semester hours each normal academic term. Additional information for obtaining education benefits can be found at https://www.usf.edu/student-affairs/veterans/apply/index.aspx.
HB 7015-Florida GI Bill, created the “Congressman C.W. Bill Young Tuition Waiver Program.” This will waive out-of-state tuition fees for honorably discharged veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces, Reserves, or National Guard who physically reside in Florida and active duty military personnel stationed outside of the State while enrolled at an institution in the State University System of Florida. Persons who are entitled to and use educational assistance provided by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs also qualify for this waiver if they physically reside in Florida while enrolled at the University. Tuition and fees charged to a veteran or person who qualifies for the out-of-state fee waiver under this section may not exceed the tuition and fees charged to a resident student enrolled in the same program. Information on requirements and deadlines for the Out-of-State Waiver is found at https://www.usf.edu/student-affairs/veterans/admissions/outofstatefeewaiver.aspx. For more information regarding residency for tuition purposes and residency tuition waiver exceptions visit: https://www.usf.edu/admissions/other/residency/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The tuition deferment program for Veterans is set up through USF and the VA. Due to VA payments being delayed at times, a tuition deferment gives the student and the VA an extra 90 days past the start of the semester to pay for a student’s tuition and fees. See Veterans Benefits and Transition Act of 2018. Section 103PL 115-407. For more information, contact the USF Office of Veteran Success:
Financial assistance is available through the Office of University Scholarships and Financial Aid Services. Students requiring such assistance should contact usf.edu/financial-aid/ for information. Students eligible for tuition waivers (through assistantships, or employee benefits, etc.) should contact the department and/or college providing the waiver for information. Also see USF Regulation USF 6-0121 and USF 6-012.
Policy on Refunds and Repayments
USF Policy 10-013 at https://usf.app.box.com/v/usfpolicy10-013
Fees, Fines, and Penalties
USF Regulation USF4-017, at https://usf.app.box.com/v/usfregulation40107