Find answers to important bill payment and financial aid questions.
The tuition for the University of West Florida includes base tuition and mandatory fees. The schedule of the tuition, fees and other special fees applies to all enrolled students. Required fees are established by the Florida Board of Governors, Florida Legislature, and UWF's Board of Trustees and are generally updated (in July) for each upcoming fall term. Learn more about tuition & fees.
Students can check their account balance and make payments at any time through their CashNet account. UWF offers several payment options convenient for parents and students.
The University of West Florida provides eligible students with an alternative to paying the full amount of tuition, housing and meal plans at the beginning of each term.
Paying for a college education isn't easy, but at UWF, providing financial aid resources for students is a priority; All students are encouraged to complete a Free Application for Financial Aid every year; Completion of the FAFSA allows you to qualify for loans, grants and scholarships.
The Net Price Calculator is designed to help you estimate your financial aid options. The average time to complete a full estimate is between 3-5 minutes. Please have a close estimate of your family's income and assets in order to ensure an accurate estimate of your cost of attendance.
After drop/add, tuition and fees will be paid by any eligible financial aid. A refund will be initiated for any excess financial aid. Excess financial aid is typically sent to BankMobile by the end of the second week of classes.
If you are registered for courses with start dates during both First Half and Second Half of term, all fees will be due at the First Half due date. If you are registered for only Second Half of term classes, tuition and fees will have a Second Half due date. If you register for a class that has a First Half Due Date and that date has already passed, your fees are due immediately. If not paid on that day, a late payment fee will assess.
Please see the Academic Calendar for the fee payment deadline.
The University is required by the IRS to furnish the 1098-T to students. The tuition statement includes the amount of tuition assessed during the tax year, excluding health and transportation fees. It also includes the amount of scholarships, grants, employer payments for tuition, and VA payments received by the student. Loan amounts are not included on a 1098-T. 1098-T’s are available the last week of January for the previous tax year and are accessed through the student's CashNetaccount.
Students who are registered for courses that will be partially or fully paid by their sponsoring agencies must bring the contract or authorization form to the Cashiers Office during the registration period. Students are required to pay any fees not covered by the contract or authorization by the fee payment deadline.
Parents or authorized users have access to check the student’s account balance, make a payment and view payment history through CashNet with a Parent Pin. Student authorization is required and must be submitted through the students CashNet account. The parent or authorized user will receive an email once authorized by the student.