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College of Central Florida Scholarship

CF Scholarships are administered by the Office of Financial Aid. There are a limited number of scholarships available each year. Awards are based on financial need, scholastic achievement and/or demonstrated skills. Scholarships will be awarded until funds are depleted.

CF Scholarships are administered by the Office of Financial Aid. There are a limited number of scholarships available each year. Awards are based on financial need, scholastic achievement and/or demonstrated skills. Scholarships will be awarded until funds are depleted.

To receive a scholarship, you must have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 and be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours during the semester(s) for which the scholarship is awarded. All students applying for a scholarship should file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2013-2014 award year, as many scholarships are need based and utilize information provided on the FAFSA. If a FAFSA is not submitted, the student will only be considered for a limited number of scholarships. You can file your FAFSA online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
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FINANCIAL AID APPLICATION PROCESS

For the best results, apply early.

For Fall Registration - Complete all by June 1.

For Spring Registration - Complete allby October 1.

For Summer Registration - Complete all by February 1.

Once the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) has been completed and accepted by the central processing center they will send the student, a Student Aid Report (SAR) and the institution(s) listed on the application by school code, an Institution Student Information Record, referred to as an ISIR. The ISIR is electronically transmitted to CF if listed as one of the schools to receive information about the applicant. The SAR is sent to the student via United States postal service or e-mail depending on how directed when that application was filed.

FINANCIAL AID - STUDENT ELIGIBILITY

All types of financial aid have some kind of eligibility requirements. Financial aid from the State usually requires the student to be a resident of the state for tuition purposes. Some scholarships have specific criteria designated by the donor.
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In general, to be considered for student financial aid a student must:

be a citizen or an eligible non-citizen of the United States (as determined by the USDOE)
Have a valid Social Security Number (name, social security number and date of birth MUST match Social Security Administration’s records)
Have a high school diploma, GED, or demonstrate the ability to benefit on the CPT assessment test
register with Selective Service, if required (males).
be accepted to the college as a degree or certificate seeking student in an aid eligible program at CF
be making satisfactory progress toward the completion of a program of study according to the "Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress for Financial Aid Recipients at College of Central Florida"
not owe a refund on any grant or loan, not be in default on any loan, have made satisfactory arrangements to repay any defaulted loan, and have not borrowed in excess of the loan limits under Title IV Programs at any institution
re-apply each academic year (after January 1)