FAQs GATOR ONE Service Fee

UF set to transition to new GATORONE system.
A new $10 annual fee will support modernization of the system.

GATORONE Service Fee

What is the GATORONE Service Fee?

The University of Florida is transitioning its outdated ID card system to a modern model.   To support the costs of the transition and to sustain future operations, the Board of Trustees approved a $10 annual fee, in accordance with Florida Statute 1009.24(14)(c) and Board of Governor’s Regulation 7.003. This fee will be assessed as $5 for each fall and spring semester.

The new one-card solution will provide better service, and modern features such as an app to load and track funds and contactless payments.

Who will pay the GATORONE Service Fee?

All students enrolled in for-credit courses will pay the $5 fee at the beginning of every fall and spring semester. Dual-enrollment students, undergraduates in the UF Online program*, and continuing education students will not be assessed the fee.  These students will pay a one-time, $10 first-time card fee if they choose to have a card.

*Click here to see a list of the degrees offered through UF Online.  Graduate degrees are not offered through UF Online, but rather via distance and online learning.

How do I pay the GATORONE Service Fee?

This fee will be charged to your ONE.UF account.  For a list of payment options, click here.

Is the GATORONE Service Fee eligible for waivers?

No, the fee cannot be waived.

How much does a new GATORONE cost?

For first-time UF students, your first GATORONE will be at no cost.  Replacement cards for all students are $15.