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A non-repayable grant awarded to applicants who demonstrate high need. The amount of the grant depends specifically on information collected from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Award amounts will ranges from $555 to $5,550.
A federal loan with a fixed interest rate of 5 percent, repayable after the student graduates or ceases enrollment on at least a half-time basis. Award amounts will range from $200 to $4,000. The Office of Financial Aid determines award amounts based on information collected from the FAFSA.
A non-repayable grant that is available only to Pell Grant recipients. The Office of Financial Aid determines the recipient and amounts based on the level of demonstrated need. Awards range from $200 to $1,000.
Job opportunities are available both on campus and at the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind (FSDB). Jobs are assigned to students who have sufficient need and who express a desire to work. The normal work week is six hours, and the minimum wage is paid. The standard work award is $1400 per year for on-campus jobs and $1600 per year for FSDB jobs.
Interest free while enrolled at least half-time and for 6 months after. Payments on this fixed interest rate loan begin after the student graduates or ceases enrollment on at least a half-time basis. The loan is the student's option, and the amount he/she can borrow is based on the student's level of demonstrated need and his/her year in school. The Stafford Loan has a limit on the maximum amount that can be borrowed per year. It is also based on the student’s year in school. The maximum amounts available for an academic year are as follows: Freshman (0 – 29 credits), $3,500; Sophomore (30 – 59 credits), $4,500; Junior/Senior (60 – 90 or more credits), $5,500.
A non-repayable grant for students who are permanent Florida residents. Each year, the State sets a qualifying EFC benchmark, with any student at or under the EFC being potentially eligible. A student who submits the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on a timely basis is automatically considered. The amount of the grant depends on funds provided by the state legislature, but it is usually in the $400 to $1,800 range.
A state supported campus job program. Florida residents with financial need who express a desire to work on campus are considered for FWEP. The normal work week is six hours, and the minimum wage is paid. The standard work award is $1400 per year.
A few states such as Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont provide grants to their permanent residents who attend Flagler College. The amounts of the grants vary from state to state and depend on the student's level of need. A student should inquire at his/her high school guidance office as to whether such a grant is available.
A non-repayable grant awarded to students who demonstrate high need. The Financial Aid Office determines recipients and amounts based on the FAFSA and other awarded aid.