Scholarships, Grants, and Campus Employment
Scholarships and Grants can be a great resource in helping students to pay for college because they do not have to be repaid. While Florida College has many scholarship opportunities for our students, we also want to empower you to seek outside scholarships in your community. Campus Employment is another avenue to funding your education. Take a look at the scholarship, grant, and employment opportunities that may available to you.
Academic Scholarships for Incoming Freshmen
High school graduates applying to Florida College who meet certain criteria become automatically eligible for the following academic scholarships:
|GPA||Criteria||Annual Award Amount*|
|President's Merit Scholars||National Merit Finalist or Semi-Finalist||Full Tuition|
|President's Scholars||3.65||Act 32+ or SAT 1 1410+ or SAT 2 1460+||Determined By
|Dean's Scholars||3.55||ACT 30+ or SAT 1 1330+ or SAT 2 1390-1450||$2,800|
|Florida College Scholars||3.40||ACT 27–29 or SAT 1 1210–1320 or SAT 2 1280-1380||$1,930|
|Achievement Scholars||3.00||ACT 23–26 or SAT 1 1050–1200 or SAT 2 1130-1270||$1,330|
Note 1: SAT 1 represents the total critical reading and math scores combined. Florida College does not use the writing portion of the SAT 1 test for scholarship eligibility. ACT represents the composite score of all main sections of the exam. The additional writing component score is not used.
Note 2: If a high school student has earned 24+ credit hours of college dual-enrollment transfer credit with the accompanying GPA, the student may be eligible for scholarship as a “transfer student.” Determination will be made by the Admissions Department.
Note 3: If a student has graduated from high school and has no college credit the academic scholarship will be based upon high school academic work and test scores.
Note 4: SAT 1 represents the SAT taken prior to March 2016. SAT 2 represents the redesigned SAT offered beginning March 2016.
Academic Scholarships for Transfer and Returning Students
Students transferring from other colleges who have completed between 24 and 30 credit hours with a qualifying cumulative GPA are also eligible for academic scholarships:
|GPA||Criteria||Annual Award Amount|
|Dean's Scholars||3.55||Minimum of 30 college credit hours||$2,800|
|Florida College Scholars||3.40||Minimum of 24 college credit hours||$1,930|
|Achievement Scholars||3.00||Minimum of 24 college credit hours||$1,330|
Note 1: A part-time college student may be eligible for academic scholarship if their transfer credit spans more than two semesters but is equal to 12+ hours with appropriate GPA.
Note 2: College credit hours must be from actual college course work. Credit from AP/CLEP/IB does not count toward hours for academic scholarship.
* Divided between two semesters equally
Each scholarship recipient must meet all Academic Admission Requirements. All scholarships are forfeited if the student is placed on academic or disciplinary probation.
All extensions belong to the phone number 813.988.5131
Jon Bassett: x304 or email@example.com
Tim Moore: x332 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Rainwater: x339 or email@example.com
Athletic Office: x280
Basketball: Pat Todd at firstname.lastname@example.org
Soccer: Saif Alsafeer at email@example.com
Volleyball: Donna Parimore at firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt Johnson : x324 or email@example.com
◦You must have been a member of Phi Theta Kappa during your sophomore year.
◦You must be a junior or senior working towards a B.A. or B.S. degree.
◦You must maintain a cumulative 3.40 G.P.A.
Seniors who have received this scholarship in their junior year must still re-apply before they can receive the scholarship in their senior year.
Mail your completed application to:
Attn: Dr. Mark Bingham
119 N. Glen Arven Ave.
Temple Terrace, FL 33617
Looking in your local community for outside scholarships may be the most beneficial place to search for scholarships. Local community and civic organizations (like American Legion, Boys & Girls Clubs, 4-H Clubs, etc.) may offer scholarships. Also, talk with your employer and your parents’ employers to see what scholarship opportunities they may have. Finally, consult your high school guidance counselor regarding possible scholarships that you may qualify for.
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If you want to be considered for Federal Workstudy you need to fill out the FAFSA first if you have not done so already.
If you are interested in on-campus employment, please fill out the application and return it to the financial aid office by July 11. Applications received after that date will be kept until the end of the school year. If you have any questions, please contact Stephen Blaylock.