Graduate Education Financial Information
Tuition and Fees
Current tuition rates and fees are explained on the Tuition and Costs
Payment options include credit card payments, monthly installment or deferred payment plans. Benefits are available for veterans, medically disabled students or family members of University faculty and staff. Learn more.
To be eligible for federal financial aid, students enroll in at least four hours per semester or two hours per seven-week session. Graduate students taking at least eight credit hours per semester are considered full-time. Learn more
about how to apply and types of aid available to graduate students.
- Collegescholarships.org is an online scholarship search engine which allows students to search for scholarships by degree type or subject area.
- The Apple is a resource for those pursuing a career in education, including information on available scholarships.
TEACH Grant Program
Students who intend to teach full-time in high-need subject areas for at least four years at schools that serve low-income families may be eligible for the TEACH Grant. This federal grant program provides up to $8,000 ($4,000 per year) to full-time graduate students. Learn more.
Critical Teacher Shortage Tuition Reimbursement Program (CTSTR)
Provides financial support to publicly-funded school employees who hold a valid Florida Teacher's Certificate by assisting them with the repayment of undergraduate and graduate educational courses that will lead to certification in a critical teacher shortage subject area. Learn more.