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University of South Florida

Tampa, FL


University of South Florida costs $11,419 after scholarships and grants, with 51% of students receiving financial aid and an average aid package of $14,082.


Average Net Price$11,419 per year
Your net price is a college’s cost of attendance minus the grants and scholarships you receive. The net price you pay for a particular college is specific to you because it’s based on your personal circumstances and the college’s financial aid policies. Use the college’s Net Price calculator for the most accurate estimate of your net price.
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Average Net Price by Household Income


$4,454 per year


$6,209 per year


$9,050 per year


$13,978 per year


$15,614 per year

Sticker Price

In-State Tuition

$4,559 per year

Out-of-State Tuition

$15,473 per year

Other Costs


$12,622 per year

Books and Supplies

$770 per year

Personal Expenses

$2,750 per year


$2,100 per year

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Financial Aid

Financial aid can include grants, loans, scholarships and work-study jobs. Financial aid packages vary depending on your financial need. Most colleges determine financial need based on your FAFSA.

Distribution Details

  • Students Receiving Financial Aid


  • Freshmen With Need and Received Financial Aid


  • Percent of Need Met


Aid Package Details

  • Average Aid Packages Awarded


  • Need-Based Scholarship or Grant Award

    Scholarships and grants don’t need to be paid back.


  • Need-Based Loan Amount

    Loans must be paid back.


  • Non-Need-Based Aid


  • Debt at Graduation

    The typical amount of loans a student must pay back.


Tuition Guarantee Plans

Tuition at time of first enrollment guaranteed only to students making advance payment

Financial Aid Dates

Dates are subject to change, so confirm important deadlines by visiting the college website.
Application DueNot available

The last day to apply for financial aid or turn in related paperwork.

Priority Application DueJan 1

Applications received prior to this date will be given the strongest consideration. Still apply for financial aid if you don’t make this due date.

Notification DateNot available

When students receive a letter with the amount and types of aid the college is offering.

Response DueNot available

The deadline for students to respond to the college’s aid offer.

Next Steps

Financial Aid Office Phone Number

Note: College profiles are based primarily on information supplied by the colleges themselves through participation in College Board's BigFuture College Profiles higher education data collection portal, with some data provided via federal and state agencies. Costs, dates, policies, and programs are subject to change, so please confirm important facts with college admission personnel.