Florida College Academic Rankings
The Florida college academic rankings have come out. The list comes from U.S. News & World Report. The report looks at not just public universities, but private ones as well. They also break it down into different regions and also different types of programs. Nursing, Psychology and Economics are just a few. There are three Florida universities in the top 50 public universities. The University of Florida comes in #6. They were #5 in 2022. Florida State University is #22. They were #19 in 2022. Finally, the University of South Florida is #45. Last year they were #42. Additionally, the University of South Florida is the #89 overall university that includes public and private schools. In 2022 USF was #97.
U.S. News & World Report talk about public universities. They say, “Public colleges and universities typically operate under the supervision of state governments and are funded, in part, by tax dollars and subsidies from the state. As a result, these universities often offer discounted tuition to residents of their states. Public schools run the gamut from small liberal arts colleges to large research institutions.”
How Much Does College Tuition Cost In Florida?
The State University System of Florida put out details about the cost of attendance for each state university system institution. For the 2023 – 2024 school year the average cost for tuition and fees is $6,113. The cost of books and supplies is $1.160. Room and board is an average cost of $12,382. The total cost of attendance is an average of $24,856 for everything included.
[SOURCE: FOX 13]