Making a splash doesn't have to cost a fortune. UWF is an affordable college experience, with competitive tuition rates and generous opportunities for scholarships and financial aid.

2017-2018 Tuition Rates

2016-2017 Direct Costs Worksheet

To receive the tuition rates listed below, students must verify their residency.  These tuition rates are for the 2017-2018 academic year; rates for semesters starting Fall 2018 may change with notice.

2017-2018 Estimated Annual Direct Cost

Direct CostsFlorida ResidentAlabama ResidentNon-FL Resident
$ per Credit Hour ($212) ($317) ($642)
Tuition * $6360 $9510 $19,620
Housing ** $5800 $5800 $5800
Meals *** $3780 $3780 $3780
Total Est. Cost $15,940 $19,090 $28,840

* 30 credit hours of Tuition and Fees:  1 year (2 or 3 semesters)
** Double occupancy room (Fall and Spring in Pace, Argo, or Martin Hall)
*** 12 meals per week, plus $300 Argo Bucks (Fall and Spring)

Direct Cost Worksheet

Use this tool as a resource for estimating your direct costs related to tuition and fees, housing, meal plan, and more.

Direct Costs Worksheet (PDF)

Scholarship Opportunities

View a complete list of UWF's merit-based scholarships offered through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

Admissions Scholarships

True Cost Calculator

Get an estimate of your personal college costs, and determine what scholarships, grants, and loans you could qualify for.

True Cost Calculator


The Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) allows students to be considered for federal student aid.  All students must complete their FAFSA to be considered for federal aid and merit-based scholarships.

Send Your FAFSA