Budgets & Cost of Attendance
Cost of Attendance
Federal regulations limit the amount of financial aid that students can receive to their Cost of Attendance (COA). The COA is an estimate of the total expenses required for one year in an educational program. The COA includes tuition/fees, books & supplies, and allowances for living expenses. The COA is determined by UF’s Office for Student Financial Affairs⤷.
Students cannot receive aid, including federal loans, that is more than the COA. On the other hand, students are not required to borrow the full COA. Conservative borrowing is strongly encouraged!
Students who are married and/or have children should understand that federal financial aid is designed to help pay for the costs for the student to attend school – not to support other family members. The sole exception to this is that a student who has dependent children may be eligible receive additional financial aid for daycare costs. Requests for daycare cost allowances must be sent via email to FinancialAid@dental.ufl.edu.
Please visit the Office for Student Financial Affairs website⤷ for more information about how the TCA is calculated.
2017-2018 Cost of Attendance – Endodontics, Orthodontics, Periodontics, Prosthodontics
|Computer & Cell Phone||$1,660||$1,660||$1,660||$1,660|
|Out of State*||$23,914||$23,914||$23,914||$23,914|
*Add to Total to get complete Cost of Attendance for Out of State Residents
2017-2018 Cost of Attendance – AEGD Hialeah
|Computer & Cell Phone||$1,660|
Important Information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended the 2 year Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD-Hialeah) program can be found at this webpage.
Students in all of the above programs are required to purchase equipment during their first semester. An equipment allowance may be added to the student’s cost of attendance to allow the student to use financial aid to pay for the equipment. Requests to add the equipment allowance must be made in writing to FinancialAid@dental.ufl.edu.
The above information is for individuals currently in or starting one of the following programs: AEGD Hialeah, Endodontics, Orthodontics, Periodontics, and Prosthodontics.