- Tuition: $590 per credit hour plus fees*
- Tuition per 3-credit course: $1,770 plus fees*
- Tuition total for Graduate Certificate (6 courses/18 credits): $10,620 plus fees*
- Go at your own pace; take one or more courses at a time
- The UF Addiction and Recovery Graduate Certificate is VA-approved, and students can apply their military education and training benefits toward the cost of tuition. Benefits may vary based on your service. Please check your GI Bill Letter or Certificate of Eligibility to see how much of your tuition and fees will be covered by your VA benefits. VA and military prospective students should contact the UF Office of Student Veteran Services (firstname.lastname@example.org, (352) 294-2948) for information on how to use their education and training benefits.
- This certificate program does not accept UF Employee Education Program (EEP) waivers, Florida State Tuition Waivers, Certificates of Participation from the State University System of Florida or any other tuition waivers. Prospective students are encouraged to contact their employers to see if there are any other tuition benefits they can use.
* Student fees include state-mandated and local fees that all students must pay per credit hour. For the 2018-19 academic year, the fees totaled $13.32 per credit hour. For each subsequent academic year, please verify the current fee amount at registration.
Each graduate certificate application requires a nonrefundable $30 application fee in U.S. currency. Online applicants may use credit cards. Foreign money orders will not be accepted. If it is difficult to submit the application fee because of currency restrictions in your country, you may ask a friend or relative in the United States to submit the fee on your behalf. Make sure your full name and date of birth are included with the fee payment. The application will not be processed without the application fee, and there are no fee waivers or postponements of payment.
Federal and Private Loan Eligibility
Graduate certificate students are not eligible for federal financial aid but may be eligible for private loans. Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for federal or private loans. Please contact our Financial Aid Coordinator about possible private student loan eligibility.
Financial Aid Advisor
Student Financial Affairs Office