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Financial Aid Process

Prior to Applying for Admission

Prior to Applying for Admission

Flagler College Net Price Calculator

Use the Flagler College Net Price Calculator to get an estimate of your financial aid and your estimated out-of-pocket cost. It is important to know how much you will need early so you can plan accordingly well in advance.


After you are Accepted for Admission

The Application Process

Upon Acceptance for Admission, your Financial Aid Counselor will send you the information you need to access and log in to the Financial Aid Portal. Once you log-in, check your “Documents” tab for any other required documents we need and submit those as soon as possible.

Submit the FAFSA

  1. Create your federal FSA ID and password. The Student and one Parent must each create their own federal FSA ID and password.
  2. Complete the FAFSA online. It's best to file as early as possible after January 1st. You can complete the FAFSA online at
  3. The FSA ID and password are needed sign and submit the FAFSA. Be sure that you get a confirmation that the submission was successful.
  4. Carefully review the final results for errors or missing information. If you need to make corrections, you can submit corrections to your FAFSA online.
  5. The priority deadline for Flagler College is April 1; however, it is highly recommended to submit your FAFSA as soon as possible. Some funds are limited so, the earlier you apply, the better.

Award Notification

Your Financial Aid Counselor will send you an Award Letter, which will indicate all of the financial aid that you are eligible to receive based on your FAFSA results, and a guide to Understanding Your Financial Aid Awards. The guide will explain how to accept or decline your awards, provide additional information about your financial aid, and list the next steps.

Note: A financial aid Award Letter is a notice of expected aid and is not a binding contract. All financial aid awards are subject to corrections and revisions based on changes in a student’s eligibility, receipt of additional financial aid, and revisions to awards by the State, the Federal Government, or Flagler College.

Finalizing Your Awards

Check the “Documents” tab of the Flagler College Financial Aid Portal to see what additional documents are required to finalize your financial aid awards. Financial aid awards are subject to change, and financial aid awards cannot be confirmed and finalized until all required documents are submitted and reviewed. Families are encouraged to submit all required documents as early as possible so that their financial aid awards can be finalized.