The Office of Student Financial Assistance is the primary resource for paying for college, applying for financial aid and finding scholarships.
Scholarships A2O: Access to Opportunities
Scholarships A2O is a scholarship application system that allows you to be considered for multiple scholarships by completing a one-time application. After completing the application, Scholarships A2O will match you with all the scholarships for which you immediately qualify.
This financial literacy program provides you with resources to enhance your financial knowledge. With this information, you are better prepared to make sound financial decisions during and after college.
Applying for Financial Aid
The Office of Student Financial Assistance offers resources to help you apply for financial aid. Be sure to file your FAFSA each calendar year and handle any Holds or To-Dos in myUCF. UCF Online students pay reduced fees, so the total cost of college is less.
Receiving Financial Aid
In order to receive financial aid, you must satisfy a specific set of conditions determined by the Office of Student Financial Assistance.
Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy
In order to receive financial aid, you must also maintain UCF’s Standards for Satisfactory Academic Progress. The full Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy is outlined online.
Types of Financial Aid
There are various types of financial aid to help pay for college. The Office of Student Financial Assistance has a list of available types of financial aid.