Financial Aid

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Tuition and Fees

Hodges University Tuition Rates and Fees

Welcome to Hodges University! Hodges’ tuition and fees continue to be some of the lowest among private institutions in the state of Florida. Tuition may be reduced by scholarships, grants, and tuition discounts. Federal loans and grants, as well as state financial aid from the department of education, are also available.

 

TUITION

  • Undergraduate Courses $570 per credit hour
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing $15,297.50 per term*
  • Graduate Courses $710 per credit hour
  • English as a Second Language Program $275 per credit hour
  • Intensive English Courses $315 per credit hour

 

DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE

Active Duty Military Program – $250 tuition discount per credit hour

– The Active Duty Military Discount is available to Active Duty Title 10 Service Members and Active Guard and Reserve (AGR) as defined below. This discount is available for any eligible degree-seeking undergraduate or graduate student.

Veteran Program – $100 tuition discount per credit hour

– The Veteran Discount is available to honorably discharged veterans who are not eligible for any Department of Veterans Affairs or Department of Defense education benefits. This discount is available for any eligible degree-seeking undergraduate or graduate students.

CareerSource Program – $100 tuition discount per credit hour

– The CareerSource Discount is available to students who are enrolled in a current session and are receiving financial assistance from CareerSource for their educational expenses.

Employer/Corporate Partner Program – $100 tuition discount per credit hour

– The Employer/Corporate Partner Discount is available to students who are enrolled in a current session and are employed by one of Hodges University’s Employer/Corporate partners. A list of current Partners can be found on the Hodges website.

Hodges University Graduate (HUGS) Program – $100 tuition discount per credit hour

– The HU Graduate Discount is available to students who are enrolled in a current session and have completed a Bachelor’s Degree at Hodges University and are now completing their first Master’s Degree with Hodges University.

 

FEES*

  • Undergraduate Application Fee $20
  • Graduate Application Fee $50
  • Student Services Fee $250 per term
  • Book/Resources Fee $0 – $400 per course, per term

*For a complete tuition and fee schedule, including discounts, please see the current Hodges University Catalog for additional information.

Financial Aid

Get Started on Your Path Today!

Obtaining a college degree is one of the most significant single investments you will make, and we firmly believe that you’ll be pleased with your Hodges University investment.

Hodges University’s Office of Student Financial Services has dedicated specialists to help you with educational expenses such as financial aid, student accounts, and textbook solution assistance. Your Financial Aid Counselor can provide support with financing your education when personal and family resources are not enough.

Invest in your educational future and fill out the FAFSA application today. Hodges University FAFSA code is 030375.

Steps to Apply for Financial Aid

1. Complete the FAFSA

Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the first step toward getting federal aid for college. Completing and submitting the FAFSA is free and quick, and it gives you access to the largest source of financial assistance to pay for college. It can also determine your eligibility for state and school aid. Hodges’ FAFSA code is 030375

2. Work with a counselor

At Hodges University, financial aid counselors can help you understand your options for paying for college and guide you through the process of applying for the different types of financial aid available.

3. Explore grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study options

Grants and scholarships are awarded based on both need and merit and are virtually free money for students who meet eligibility requirements. Unlike grants, loans are funds borrowed by a student and/or his/her parents and must be repaid with interest. Work-study programs allow students to take on part-time jobs while they are enrolled at Hodges University.

4. Access your award letter

Your Award Letter tells you what financial aid programs you can receive for your education at Hodges University. The letter includes the types and amounts of financial aid you may receive from federal, state, and school sources.

Grants and Scholarship Information

Exploring Different Types of Aid

  • Grants and college scholarships are awarded based on need and merit.
  • Scholarships are essentially free money for students who meet eligibility requirements.
  • Student Loans are funds borrowed by a student and/or their parents which get repaid with interest.