The current tuition cost and mandatory fees may differ depending on your program of study. For more information, please click here.
Courses offered by the individual colleges may require that you enroll in a lab, or the course may require additional materials and supplies. Please consider costs associated to courses before enrollment.
The Parking and Transportation Access Fee, Health Fee, and Athletic Fee are mandatory semester fees. The Photo ID Fee is charged at the time of enrollment and every Fall semester thereafter. These fees cannot be waived.
Parking and Transportation Access Fee
A Parking and Transportation Access Fee is assessed to all students per semester as part of their enrollment. This fee funds maintenance of parking facilities, sidewalks, garages, emergency call boxes, bicycle rack program, lighting, etc. Additional information can be found at http://parking.fiu.edu, under the Student Access Fees link. The Parking and Transportation Access Fee also includes a virtual parking permit with proof of class enrollment, driver’s license, and car registration.
Student Health Fee
The health fee is a mandatory fee that is charged to all students as part of their enrollment each semester. The health fee allows the University to provide high quality affordable clinical, preventative care, and mental health services at convenient on-campus locations by various departments. These departments include: Student Health Services (SHS), Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), Victim Empowerment Program (VEP), and Disability Resource Center (DRC). For more information, please visit the University Health Services website at http://studenthealth.fiu.edu/index.html.
The Athletic Fee
The Athletic Fee provides students access to the Recreation Center and all FIU athletic events.
The Photo ID Service Fee
The $10.00 annual, non-refundable, ID service fee is assessed as part of your tuition and fees once every academic year. It does not entitle you to a new ID card. This fee covers the cost of maintaining all the services provided by the One Card Office.
Additional information can be found at http://shop.fiu.edu/onecard/ under the Frequently Asked Questions link.
The Tuition Differential
All undergraduate students admitted after July 1, 2007 are responsible for paying the Tuition Differential. The differential tuition fee provides additional funding needed for research universities to provide competitive academic programs for undergraduate courses.
Students are responsible for meeting the payment deadlines as outlined in the official FIU Academic Calendar. If your tuition and fees are partially covered by financial aid, you will be responsible to cover your portion before the last day to pay. FIU does not send bills via postal mail. Student communication will be done through your FIU email and through the message board at My.FIU.edu.
A late payment fee can be placed on a student’s account any time the student has a balance that is past the semester’s last day to pay.
Tax Form 1098-T
The Form 1098-T reports tuition charged and financial aid awarded to students enrolled in courses during the calendar year for which they receive academic credit. The information reported on Form 1098-T helps students evaluate their eligibility for certain Federal tax benefits.
In accordance with the Internal Revenue Service requirements, FIU reports amounts billed during the calendar year for qualified tuition and related fees. The amounts reported on Form 1098-T may differ from the amounts relevant for claiming any tax benefits. For information regarding filing your tax return, tax benefits for education and tax credits or deductions relating to your Form 1098-T please consult a tax professional. FIU cannot provide individual tax advice.
Other useful information, including IRS Publication 970 –Tax Benefits for Education, can be accessed at IRS website or by calling the IRS at 1-800-829-1040.
Accessing the 1098-T form
Please note: we do not mail the 1098-T form.
Students do not receive a 1098-T form for the following reasons
If you have any questions regarding your 1098-T (or if you did not receive a 1098-T statement and you believe that you were incorrectly excluded), please contact the Student Financials Office.
Student Financials Office
FIU, Modesto A. Madique Campus, SASC 101
Miami-Dade and Broward County teachers may request this form for reimbursement of tuition by the county after the end of the semester. This form is available at either campus at the Student Financials Office. Forms may also be obtained online at the link below and submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or in person to the Student Financials Office MMC - SASC 101 or BBC – AC1 140. After the form is submitted, proof of payment for tuition only will be sent to the student’s home address or directly to the School Board per the student’s request.
Please note: Miami-Dade County Public School teachers are only eligible for tuition reimbursement for two years.
All other students requiring reimbursement or verification of enrollment may complete the form below and the completed form will be sent to the student’s home address only, unless a completed FERPA form is submitted with this request.