Emily comes from a family of five and is one of two children enrolled in college. After calculating her potential financial aid offer, her total annual out-of-pocket cost at USF is $11,230.

Dad's annual income

$46,500

Mom's annual income

$49,300

Emily's annual income

$5,000

Parent's net worth of investments

$42,000

Expected Family Contribution (EFC)
(Results of federal financial aid application form.)

$9,103

  

USF 2021-2022 tuition, room and board

$27,830

Expected Family Contribution (EFC)

-$9,103

Equals Family Financial Need

$18,727

 

 

Emily's unweighted high school GPA

3.75

  

Emily's potential financial aid award

 

Provost's Academic Scholarship

$4,000

Additional USF scholarships and grants

$5,600

Federal Work Study

$1,500

Federal Direct Loans

$5,500

Emily's potential financial aid award

$16,600

  

Emily's out-of-pocket cost

$11,230

Emily still has the opportunity to apply for outside scholarships and can pay her final out-of-pocket cost of $11,230 in a monthly payment plan, through a federal parent loan or with private alternative loans.