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Title: University of Florida regulations : finance & administration
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Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: August 10, 2005
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NOTICE OF EMERGENCY REGULATION


Date: August 10, 2005

REGULATION TITLE: REGULATION NO.:
Tuition Cost 6C1-3.0375

SPECIFIC REASONS FOR FINDING AN IMMEDIATE DANGER TO THE PUBLIC,
HEALTH, SAFETY OR WELFARE: The Florida Legislature enacted the General
Appropriations Act for the fiscal year commencing on July 1, 2005. Proviso language in the Act
permits university boards of trustees substantial latitude to determine tuition and fee increases
for the 2005-2006 fiscal year. The University of Florida Board of Trustees must exercise its
authority immediately to set tuition and fees in order to properly perform budgetary planning and
administer its budget for the coming fiscal year. Thus, while time alone is not sufficient to
justify an emergency regulation, it is important to the fiscal welfare of the University and the
State of Florida that the University implement its authority as granted in the Appropriations Act.
The University must proceed with the regulation authorizing tuition increases on an emergency
basis.

REASONS FOR CONCLUDING THAT THE PROCEDURE USED IS FAIR UNDER
THE CIRCUMSTANCES: The Board of Trustees will consider and approve the proposed
Emergency Regulation at its meeting on August 17, 2005. The emergency regulation will be
noticed through the University of Florida's Regulations website. Further, a non-emergency
regulation is noticed simultaneously with this notice on the University of Florida's Regulations
website. The tuition and fee amounts in the Emergency Regulation were approved by the Board
of Trustees at its publicly noticed meeting on June 14, 2005. The Emergency Regulation divides
the student population into subsets using residency status, new or continuing student status,
graduate or undergraduate status, and enrolled academic program and assigns an approved
tuition and fee amount to each subset of students.

SUMMARY OF THE REGULATION: Tuition Costs for the 2005-2006 academic year are set
forth in the amended rule. They are differentiated for residents and non-residents. Except in the
case of resident undergraduate and non-resident College of Medicine M.D. Tuition Costs, "New
Students," as defined in the amendments, are charged a greater amount than "Continuing
Students."

THE PERSON TO BE CONTACTED REGARDING THE EMERGENCY
REGULATION IS: Rebecca J. Holt, Executive Secretary, 123 Tigert Hall, Post Office Box
113125, Gainesville, Florida 32611, (352) 392-1358 office, 352-392-4387 facsimile,
regulations@ufl.edu.









RULES OF

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



6C1-3.0375 Finance and Administration; Tuition Cost.

(1) Tuition Cost shall be defined as tuition and fees assessed to students for

enrollment in credit courses at the University of Florida. Tuition Cost consists of the following

tuition and fees, depending on whether a student is a resident or a non resident:

(a) Resident Tuition Cost, comprised of the following, shall be defined as the tuition

and fees charged an enrolled student who qualifies as a Florida resident as defined in Rule 6C-

7.005, F.A.C.:

1. Resident Tuition;

2. Student Financial Aid Fee;

3. Capital Improvement Trust Fund Fee;

4. Building Fee;

5. Transportation Access Fee;

6. Health Fee;

7. Athletic Fee; and

8. Activity and Service Fee.

(b) Non-Resident Tuition Cost, comprised of the following, shall be defined as the

tuition and fees charged an enrolled student who does not qualify as a Florida resident as defined

in Rule 6C-7.005, F.A.C.:

1. Resident Tuition;

2. Non Resident Tuition;









23. Non-Resident Fee;

34. Student Financial Aid Fee;

45. Non-Resident Student Financial Aid Fee;

56. Capital Improvement Trust Fund Fee;

6-7. Building Fee;

98. Transportation Access Fee;

109. Health Fee;

1140. Athletic Fee; and

1244. Activity and Service Fee.

(2) EnrollmentRegi station shall be defined as consisting of two components:

(a) Formal registrationenrellment in one or more credit courses approved and

scheduled by the University; and,

(b) Payment of Tuition Costs, or other appropriate arrangements for payment

(installment payment, deferment; or third party billing) for the courses in which the student is

registeredenrelled as of the end of the drop/add period.

(3) A student is liable for Tuition Costs associated with all courses for which the

student is registered at the end of the drop/add period. The Tuition Cost payment deadline is

3:30 p.m. Friday of he last da of the second week of class.

(4) The following Tuition Costs shall be levied and collected effective the 2005-2006

academic yearfal semester indicated for each student regularly enrolled and will vary dependent

upon the following categories:, unless provided othe wise in this chapter.

(a) "Continuing Student" is defined as a degree-seeking student admitted prior to the

Fall 2005 term and enrolled in the Summer 2005 term or Spring 2005 term. However, any such









student shall become a 'New Student" upon receipt of a degree or upon the student's admission

or readmission to a degree program requiring a new application, whichever is sooner. A "term"

for the purposes of defining a "Continuing Student" and a "New Student" hereunder shall mean

for the fall, the fall semester, for the spring, the spring semester, and for the summer, any of the

summer sessions.

Students enrolled in programs other than the MD, DMD or DYM in the College of

Medicine, College of Dentistry, or College of Veterinary Medicine, will be assessed th

following Tuition Cost per credit hour:

(b) "New Student" is defined as any student other than a "Continuing Student,"

including any of the following:

1. any first-time-admitted degree-seeking student of the University of Florida

registered for the Fall 2005, Spring 2006, or Summer 2006 term;

2. any non-degree seeking student;

3. any current or past University of Florida student who through a new application is

admitted or readmitted to a degree program for the Fall 2005, Spring 2006, or Summer 2006

term; or

4. any University of Florida student who is readmitted after an absence of two or

more consecutive terms, excluding military withdrawals.

(c) Undergraduate Courses Charged per Student Credit Hour 2005-06
Continuing Students New Students
Resident Tuition $ 71.57 $ 71.57
Building $ 2.32 $ 2.32
Capital Improvement Trust Fund $ 2.44 $ 2.44
Student Financial Aid $ 3.57 $ 3.57
Activity and Service $ 8.64 $ 8.64
Athletic $ 1.90 $ 1.90
Health $ 8.44 $ 8.44
Transportation Access $ 4.24 $ 4.24










Resident Tuition and Fees per Credit Hour

Non-Resident Fee
Non-Resident Student Financial Aid

Non-Resident Tuition and Fees per Credit Hour


(d) Graduate Courses Charged per Student Credit Hour 2005-06
Continuing Students
Resident Tuition $ 201.54
Building $ 2.32
Capital Improvement Trust Fund $ 2.44
Student Financial Aid $ 10.07
Activity and Service $ 8.64
Athletic $ 1.90
Health $ 8.44
Transportation Access $ 4.24


Resident Tuition and Fees per Credit Hour

Non-Resident Fee
Non-Resident Student Financial Aid

Non-Resident Tuition and Fees per Credit Hour


$ 239.59

$ 619.39
$ 30.96

$ 889.94


New Students
$ 220.74
$ 2.32
$ 2.44
$ 11.03
$ 8.64
$ 1.90
$ 8.44
$ 4.24


$ 259.75

$ 600.19
$ 30.00

$ 889.94


(e) College of Law (all law degrees)


Resident Tuition
Building
Capital Improvement Trust Fund
Student Financial Aid
Activity and Service
Athletic
Health
Transportation Access


Charged per Student Credit Hour 2005-06
Continuing Students New Students
$ 229.06 $ 259.06
$ 2.32 $ 2.32
$ 2.44 $ 2.44
$ 11.45 $ 12.95
$ 8.64 $ 8.64
$ 1.90 $ 1.90
$ 8.44 $ 8.44
$ 4.24 $ 4.24


Resident Tuition and Fees per Credit Hour

Non-Resident Fee
Non-Resident Student Financial Aid

Non-Resident Tuition and Fees per Credit Hour


(f) College of Pharmacy (PharmD) Degree Annual Charge 2005-06


$103.12

$429.08
$ 21.45

$553.65


$103.12

$449.51
$ 21.45

$574.08


$ 268.49

$ 644.76
$ 32.23

$945.48


$ 299.99

$614.76
$ 30.73

$945.48











Resident Tuition
Building
Capital Improvement Trust Fund
Student Financial Aid
Activity and Service
Athletic
Health
Transportation Access


Continuing Students
$ 7,255.72
$ 83.52
$ 87.84
$ 362.78
$ 311.04
$ 68.40
$ 303.84
$ 152.64


Resident Tuition and Fees Annual Charge

Non-Resident Fee
Non-Resident Student Financial Aid

Non-Resident Tuition and Fees Annual Charge


$ 8,625.78

$22,297.74
$ 1,114.88

$32,038.40


New Students
$ 8,154.04
$ 83.52
$ 87.84
$ 407.70
$ 311.04
$ 68.40
$ 303.84
$ 152.64

$ 9,569.02

$21,399.42
$ 1,069.96


$32,038.40


(g) College of Medicine (MD) Degree Annual Charge 2005-06
Continuing Students
Resident Tuition $ 16,449.34
Building $ 92.80
Capital Improvement Trust Fund $ 97.60
Student Financial Aid $ 822.46
Activity and Service $ 345.60
Athletic $ 76.00
Health $ 337.60
Transportation Access $ 169.60


Resident Tuition and Fees Annual Charge

Non-Resident Fee
Non-Resident Student Financial Aid

Non-Resident Tuition and Fees Annual Charge


$18,391.00

$28,603.34
$ 1,430.16

$48,424.50


New Students
$18,015.94
$ 92.80
$ 97.60
$ 900.78
$ 345.60
$ 76.00
$ 337.60
$ 169.60

$20,035.92

$27,036.76
$ 1,351.82


$48,424.50


(h) College of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) Degree Annual Charge 2005-06


Resident Tuition
Building
Capital Improvement Trust Fund
Student Financial Aid
Activity and Service
Athletic
Health


Continuing Students
$12,015.06
$ 92.80
$ 97.60
$ 600.74
$ 345.60
$ 76.00
$ 337.60


New Students
$13,502.66
$ 92.80
$ 97.60
$ 675.12
$ 345.60
$ 76.00
$ 337.60


A









Transportation Access


Resident Tuition and Fees Annual Charge

Non-Resident Fee
Non-Resident Student Financial Aid

Non-Resident Tuition and Fees Annual Charge


(i) College of Dentistry (DMD) Degree Annual Charge 2005-06


Resident Tuition
Building
Capital Improvement Trust Fund
Student Financial Aid
Activity and Service
Athletic
Health
Transportation Access


Continuing Students
$14,303.84
$ 92.80
$ 97.60
$ 715.18
$ 345.60
$ 76.00
$ 337.60
$ 169.60


Resident Tuition and Fees Annual Charge

Non-Resident Fee
Non-Resident Student Financial Aid

Non-Resident Tuition and Fees Annual Charge


$16,138.22

$25,847.50
$ 1,292.36

$43,278.08


New Students
$15,666.10
$ 92.80
$ 97.60
$ 783.30
$ 345.60
$ 76.00
$ 337.60
$ 169.60

$17,568.60

$24,485.22
$ 1,224.26


$43,278.08


(i) College of Public Health and Health Professions (DPT) Degree Annual Charge
2005-06


Resident Tuition
Building
Capital Improvement Trust Fund
Student Financial Aid
Activity and Service
Athletic
Health
Transportation Access


New Students
$11,341.70
$ 90.48
$ 95.16
$ 567.08
$ 336.96
$ 74.10
$ 329.16
$ 165.36


Resident Tuition and Fees Annual Charge

Non-Resident Fee
Non-Resident Student Financial Aid


$ 169.60

$13,735.00

$20,882.16
$ 1,044.10

$35,661.26


$ 169.60

$15,296.98

$19,394.56
$ 969.72

$35,661.26


$13,000.00

$ 7,619.06
$ 380.94










Non-Resident Tuition and Fees Annual Charge


Fall 112 4


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Undorzramato Graduate Law


Resident Non Resident Resident Non Resident Resident Non Resident

Tuition $68.16 $68.16 $191.95 $191.95 $218.16 $218.16




Non Resident $103.70 $625.18 $651.20
Fee

Non Resident Tuition $41.95 $1.79 $5.15

Student Financial $3.10 $3.10 $9.59 $9.59 $10.90
$10.90
Aid


Non Resident $20.13 $31.19 $32.81


Student
Finnncinl Aid


C-+a-l


Trust Fund $2.4411 $2.4411 $2.4411 $2.4411 $2.4411 $2.1144

Building $2.32 $2.32 $2.32 $2.32 $2.32 $2.32

Transportatieoi
Access * *i As st forth in Rule 6C1 3.009 * *

Aetivity-and
Service, Health
and Athleti * * A ot forh in Rule 6C1 3.0372 * *

(b) Students enrolled in the MD, DMD and DWA programs in the College of

Medicinie, College of Denitistry, and College of Vleter-inar~y Medicinie, will be assessed the


following tuition and fees per student for the academic year:


g .-_ 1 _-_


$21,000.00










Faell 200


AVeterinary


RKesident Non Kesident Kesident Non Kesident Kesident -Nan Kesident


$15,666.01 $15,666.01


$13,622.70 $13,622.70


$11,112.92 $11,112.92


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TmAr\ Arrr r\r


Non Kesident $2-,16I-.6 -, '6 .o6 i
$21,193.92
F, P.-------P.-


Non Resident Tuition


$310.56


Aid
Student Finnn, ncl $783. 0111 11783 .30 vI$61 .1vv $681.12 --$72.1 ---$72.11





A i+ ---+ .
Non Resident $1,171.30 $1,328.12 $1,071.68
Student
Finaneial-Aid



mprLtevement
Trust Fund $97.60 $97.60 $97.60 $97.60 $97.60 $97.60

Building $92.80 $92.80 $92.80 $92.80 $92.80 $92.80

Transportation
Access * * As set forth in Rule 6C1 3.009 * *

Aetivity and
Senice, Health
and Athletie * * A it fo n iRule 6C1 3.0372 * *


(c) Pursuant to Section 1009.285, F.S., each student enrolled in the same

undergraduate course more than twice, shall be assessed an additional $170.22169.12 per credit

hour charge in addition to the Tuition Costs outlined above in sectionparagraph (4)(a), for each

such course.


Tuition


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(5) Any person classified as an out-of-state resident who has been appointed as a

graduate assistant for at least 0.25 FTE shall be charged non-resident Tuition Costs. Upon

completion of the appointment, such person shall be charged resident Tuition Costselassified as a

Florida resident for tuition purposes for the remainder of his or her graduate career in any

semester in which he or she receives a waiver of all tuition fees or all tuition fees are paid from

University funds. If the student loses the waiver or tuition remission under this provision for any

semester, he or she shall be liable for Tuition Costs for that semester based on his or her out-of-

state residency classification.

(6) The Provost has the authority to designate programs in which Non-Resident

Tuition Cost, or any portion thereof, are waived when such waiver is in support of the mission of

the University and is consistent with policies specifically approved by the board of trustees.



SpeeifieAuthority: 1001.74(-1) -FS.

Law I.mplemented 1 009.21 FSBOG Resolution dated January 7, 2003, General

Appropriations Act, 20052001, C-nf r.nc. D Rprt cnr 185.

History--New 9-10-02, Amended 9-19-03, 1-11-05, 7-19-05,




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