When most people think of sending their children off to college, this is what they picture in their minds. The 4-Year Florida University Plan will start your child off at one of Florida’s 12 prestigious State Universities and see them through their four-year journey. This plan allows your child to settle into collegiate life knowing that, with a lot of hard work and studying, there’s a bachelor’s degree waiting at the end of the road.
The 4-Year Florida University Plan covers tuition, tuition differential fee and other specified fees at a State University for 120 credit hours, the amount generally required to earn a bachelor’s degree. Ranked in the top 5 in the nation for research and development, the State University System is spread across the state and features Florida’s two preeminent universities, Florida State University and the University of Florida.
Here is what you’ll need to enroll:
The 4-Year Florida University Plan is designed to be used at a State University, but the amount covered by this plan can also be applied to other schools nationwide. Also, other important flexibility considerations include:
Prepaid Plans and Savings Plans work well together. For example, you could use a Prepaid Plan to cover up to four years of tuition and fees and a Savings Plan to pay for books, a computer, room and board. If you don’t want to use a Prepaid Plan to save for all four years of tuition and fees, you could purchase a 2-Year Florida College Plan or one or more 1-Year University Plans and also open a Savings Plan.
The 4-Year Florida University Plan is designed to be used for 120 credit hours at a State University, but the amount covered by the plan can also be applied to other schools nationwide. Visit the Schools page for more information.
Yes. The optional University Dormitory Plan is sold in 1-year increments, and can be purchased for up to four years with a 4-Year Florida University Plan.
Remaining credit hours in the 4-Year Florida University Plan can be used for graduate courses, transferred to an eligible family member of the child, or refunded to the Account Owner.