Tuition Rates 2014 - 2015
Rate includes general per/hour fees when applicable
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Non-credit classes vary in cost according to length, materials and instructor costs. Fees are advertised with class announcements. Check with Technical and Professional Training at 321-433-7500 for information on available classes.
A late registration fee of $50 will be assessed to all students, who register for any classes, after the first published fee due date (the full-term fee due date). Check the Important Term Dates for the full-term fee due date, to make sure you register for classes, by the first fee due date of the semester, to avoid the late fee. All fees must be received by the dates and times noted on this website or you may be dropped for nonpayment, from all the classes for which you registered. If you are dropped for non-payment, reinstatement of dropped courses are not guaranteed. Classes that you originally registered for, may be full and you may be unable to get the same schedule. Payment is due on the day you register during late add/drop period. Do not assume you have been dropped for nonpayment; review your student account to verify your intentional drop, or you will be responsible for payment. Students who are delinquent may be prohibited from registering and/or changing programs, or from receiving a diploma, transcript or certification. Eastern Florida State College may utilize the services of an attorney and/or collection agency to collect any amount past due and the student will be charged an additional amount equal to the cost of collection (not to exceed 33%) including reasonable attorney’s fees and expenses incurred by EFSC.
Schedule and Fee Statements are your bill and will not be mailed to you. To view and/or print your statement, log into the Student Services system, then click on Schedule & Fee Statement located just above the course and section input box. Please carefully review your bill due date and class start dates.
Email Notification: The College uses Titan Email, a free student mail system, as the official means of communication with students. Financial services uses Titan Email for notifications regarding student accounts so check your EFSC email account regularly.
Cash/Check/Credit Card Payments: Remit payment in full on or before the published fee due date, which is also located on your Schedule and Fee Statement. Nelnet payment plan options are available online.
Financial Aid Applicants/Recipients: If your Schedule and Fee Statement has a balance you are responsible for payment by the published fee due date. Contact the financial aid office if you have questions about the amount of your aid. If funds are due you that have not yet been disbursed, you may be eligible for a deferment.
Scholarship Recipients: If your scholarship is posted on the Schedule and Fee Statement and there is a remaining balance, you are responsible for payment by the published fee due date. If your anticipated scholarship is not reflected on your statement, contact the EFSC Foundation Scholarship office.
Florida Prepaid or Bright Futures Recipients: These programs pay only a portion of your tuition. You are responsible for payment of the remaining balance by the due date indicated. Florida prepaid recipients should contact the Cashier's Office if their registered hours have increased or decreased.
Third Party Billing: Even though a third party is paying your tuition it remains your responsibility to make sure your account is paid by the published due date.
Financial Aid Disbursements: Eastern Florida does not hold financial aid checks for student pick up. Instead the College has partnered with Higher One to create the EFSC Card as the method for distributing financial aid and refunds to all Eastern Florida students. Learn more about Financial Aid & Scholarships in their web section.
Fall 2014 FEES:
Full Term & Minimester A Classes starting Aug. 18: Fees due by 5 PM, Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014
12-Week Session starting Sept. 15: Fees due by 5PM, Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014
Minimester B starting Oct. 14: Fees due by 5 PM, Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014