Graduate and Family Housing

First Payment

Your first rent payment is due before you move into your apartment. This payment is calculated based on the day of the month you move in. If you move in within the first five days on the month, you will pay a prorated amount based on a 30 day month. If you move-in on the sixth day of the month or later, you will pay a prorated amount for the first month, plus the entire second month's rent.

Moving in Late

You may move in at a later date than your scheduled move-in date as long as our office is open. This will not change your first bill. You must pay from the first date listed on your contract.

Electricity and Gas Payment

Electricity is billed monthly for the amount used in the previous month. Electricity is not covered in the rental rate, but is an existing service. Residents do not need to contract separately for electricity service.

Gas service is used in buildings that have not been renovated in Corry Village for cooking and heating. This service does require a deposit and turn on fee and also has a monthly bill and it is not billed by Housing and Residence Life. 

To have gas added to your apartment, you will need to contact Gainesville Regional Utilities (GRU) by phone at 352-334-3434.. Meters will be turned on between 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. weekdays, with a one day notice. A service technician will need to enter your apartment to check and light the stove and heater when the service is turned on. Monthly billing for gas will come directly to you from Gainesville Regional Utilities.

Transfer Payment

If you accept a transfer offer, you will be responsible for a transfer fee, electricity and rent in both apartments while you are in possession of the keys to each apartment. You will be billed for any amount that needs to be paid on your account from your previous apartment, you account may be adjusted if necessary.

Rent Payment - Ways to pay

Students are responsible for paying rent by the due date or securing a rent deferment (for undergraduate students only) prior to the rent due date to avoid any late charges. Due dates are emailed to students GatorLink email addresses.

For residents in Graduate and Family Housing, your first payment must be paid before you can move in to your apartment.

In person

The Housing Office is on the corner of SW 13th and Museum Road in Gainesville, Florida. Payments must be submitted by 3:30 p.m. on the due date. Payments received after this time will be considered late. Postmark is not accepted. 

All accepted payments:

  • Cash
  • Check
  • Money order only

Please note: Debit/credit cards are not accepted in person at the Housing Office.

Online at one.uf

Review all of your charges on ONE.UF prior to submitting an online payment. If you have any outstanding charges that are due on ONE.UF prior to your rent due date, those charges will be paid first.

To make a payment:

  1. Login to ONE.UF
  2. Select "Campus Finances (Bursar)"
  3. Select "Make a Payment"
  4. Choose your payment option

Please note:

  • Once you have submitting an online payment, do not press the back button. If you do, you may have to wait up to one business day before attempting to pay again.
  • The payments page will open in a new page. If you are unable to view it, disable any pop-up blockers.
  • If you receive the error message "Trying to determine if your payment has been proceed..." please wait up to 48 business hours before attempting to submit another payment.

Electronic Payments

UF accepts Visa, Mastercard, and American Express cards on ONE.UF. Service changes will apply to card payments.

You may also pay via Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) or electronic check payments require your account routing number, and checking account number. No services charges will apply to EFT payments.


Checks or money orders may be mailed to the Housing Office on or before your due date. Include the student's name and UFID number on the check or money order. Sealed envelopes may be mailed to:

Attn: Housing Accounts

UF Housing Office

PO Box 112100

Gainesville, FL 32611-2100

Returned Payments

If a check or e-check payment posted to your account is returned by your financial institution because of insufficient funds or a closed account, the returned payment, along with a service charge ranging from $25 to $40 (assessed depending on the face value of the returned payment) will be charged to your account. You will receive an email notice regarding the returned payment. The email will include instructions for clearing the returned payment. A $10 service fee will be charged if the account and/or ACH routing numbers for the e-checks are inaccurate. Returned payments and service charge must be paid by money order or Cashier's Check.

Need Technical Assistance?

Call the UF Computing Help Desk at 352-392-4357.

If you need assistance with assignments and contracts email with your name and UFID number.