Cost/Credit Hour: $585.75*
Total Tuition (36 Credit Hours): $21,087
Online Master of Science in Sport Management students must be enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours in the Fall and Spring semesters and a minimum of four credit hours in the Summer A/C semester to be eligible for financial aid. If registering for only Summer B, a student must be enrolled in a minimum of four credit hours to be eligible for financial aid.
The University of Florida offers financial aid for graduate students, including employment and loan programs. Graduate students should begin by applying for aid, using FAFSA on the Web.
Degree-seeking students can apply for student loans and learn more about their grant, scholarship, and loan options through our Student Financial Affairs site.
The College of Health and Human Performance awards more than $200,000 in scholarships annually, in amounts ranging from $500 to $2,000 per award. Scholarship applications are open January-February. To learn more, visit the HHP Scholarship page.
Talk to your employer about the possibility of continuing education funding. We also encourage you to explore all methods of private loan procurement, such as Sallie Mae — a private loan organization that provides funding for graduate studies.**
Current students who wish to check their financial aid status can do so by logging in to their ONE.UF accounts. To login, click here and find the login drop-down menu in the top right corner of the page. Click “Log in with GatorLink” to navigate to the login page.
*Includes additional $35.75/credit hour fees
**Link to Sallie Mae is provided solely for your reference. The University of Florida does not endorse any specific lending organizations.
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