Financial aid: Financial aid is any scholarship, grant, loan, or employment (or a combination thereof) designed to help students meet their college expenses. The amount and types of financial aid given is based on state, federal and college guidelines. Students must be degree seeking, meet enrollment requirements and make satisfactory academic progress to be eligible for financial aid. Students seeking financial assistance must apply each academic year. To apply for the Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, Federal Work-Study, Florida Student Assistance Grant and certain college scholarships, the following forms must be completed:
(1) FAFSA http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ Forms are available in the financial aid department in student services. Each financial aid applicant must complete this form and submit it to the address indicated on the form.
(2) Income Tax Return (1040A/1040EZ/1040): If so stated on the SAR, students must submit copies of their and their parents' income tax returns for the most recent year and complete institutional verification forms.
(3) Student Aid Report (SAR): An official SAR is sent to all students who submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. This SAR contains information about a student’s Pell Grant eligibility as determined by the U.S. Department of Education. All pages of the SAR must be signed and submitted to the College’s Financial Aid office.
Student are encouraged to visit the financial aid department in student services for further information