2022 Florida Prepaid Application Fees Being Waived During Early EnrollmentFamilies looking to enroll their children in this year’s Florida prepaid college plan, from now until October 31, will have their application fee waived.
Florida Prepaid Rewards Early College Savers, Urges Families To Claim $200K In RefundsFamilies looking to enroll their children in this year’s Florida Prepaid College Plan will have their $50 application fee waived until October 31 as a reward for enrolling early.
Florida Eases Rules On Bright Futures Scholarship ProgramEducation Commissioner Richard Corcoran late Wednesday signed an emergency order that eases some eligibility requirements for awards under the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program.
Consumer Alert: Got A College Loan? Don't Fall Prey To ScammersThe average student leaves college with more than $30,000 in loans and the desire to get them paid off has many people falling for scams.
Lawmakers Could Add $25 Million To Florida Bright FuturesFlorida lawmakers next week will consider pumping an additional $25.3 million into the Bright Futures scholarship program amid higher-than-expected student participation this year.
FAFSA Launches New Mobile App To Apply For Federal Student AidMonday, October 1 is the first day college-bound students can apply for FAFSA, and this year, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid is going mobile and making the process easier than ever.
KFC Offering $11,000 If You Name Your Baby After Colonel SandersIn honor of "The Colonel," parents can enter to win a cash prize if their child is born on Sanders' birthday and shares his name.
Students Get Boost From Bright Futures ChangesFlorida “medallion scholars” will be among the biggest beneficiaries this academic year of the state’s efforts to expand financial aid for university and state college students.
Bright Futures Expansion Ready For SummerFor the first time in 17 years, top-performing students will be able to use their Bright Futures scholarships to attend summer classes at state universities and colleges.
Teen Admitted To 20 Top Colleges With Full Ride To All Of Them17-year-old accepted to 20 of the best universities in the U.S. with a full ride and $260,000 in additional scholarship offers.
Florida Senate Says Yes To More Help For College StudentsIt may be about to get quite a bit easier for college students to afford their tuition in Florida.
This Bill Could Change The Way Americans Pay For CollegeHouse Republicans want to completely overhaul a federal law that governs higher education in the U.S.
Refinancing Student Debt: Is It Right For You?For many, graduation marks the end of college and the beginning of paying down college debt.
Proposal: State Pays 100% Of College TuitionA South Florida Democrat has filed a proposal that calls for the state to pay the tuition costs of many students at state colleges.
Universities Seek Funding Boost In 2018 SessionThe Florida Board of Governors on Thursday approved a $5.1 billion budget request for the state university system.