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How Need Is Determined

Financial Need = Cost of Education - Family Contribution

COST OF EDUCATION includes: tuition, books, supplies, room and board, transportation, and personal expenses.

FAMILY CONTRIBUTION includes parental contribution and/or student contribution. Income, assets, savings, checking accounts, number in household and number in college affect your contribution.

SAMPLE BUDGET
FALL AND SPRING
COST OF ATTENDANCE: AVERAGE STUDENT BUDGETS
  Without Dependents
Living at Home
All Others
 Tuition Florida Resident- Associates
 ($104.00/credit hour)
*$2,496 *$2,496
 Tuition Non-Florida Resident- Associates
 ($405.76/credit hour)
*$9,738 *$9,738
 Books $1,200 $1,200
 Room & Board $1,710 $5,760
 Personal Expenses $2,763 $2,763
 Transportation Florida Resident $2,115 $2,115
 Transportation Non-Florida
 Resident
$2,115 $2,115
 TOTALS
 Florida Resident $10,284 $14,334
 Non-Florida Resident $17,526 $21,576
* Tuition Subject to Change

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