The FAFSA now has fewer questions and is more streamlined — making it easier to submit the 2024-25 application by UCF’s new priority filing date of Feb. 15.
All full and part-time Goodwill employees with at least 90 days of continuous employment are eligible to participate in the program, which covers 100% of their tuition, books and other fees in advance.
Students working at Amazon can have fully funded tuition up front as part of the company’s Career Choice Program.
Knights who are employed by the organizations — including Chipotle, Taco Bell and Target — may be eligible for funding support to apply to their education.
MyFloridaFuture allows users to explore data both at the system-level and by individual institution that provides useful information about the employment, salaries, and debt of graduates from Florida’s 12 public universities.
Fall 2021’s deadline for tuition and fees is Friday, Sept. 3 so be sure to study this guide before then. However, students who are anticipated to receive financial aid have a deferred deadline of Friday, Oct. 29.
Students who did not receive an award in March may apply now through 11:59 p.m. April 11 for the second round of grants from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund.
Last week, students received an email with an application link that they must complete in order to be considered for federal aid from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund.
Gifts made on Dec. 1 will help infuse some much needed positivity and support for our Knights who need it most.