How does 75% Bright Futures work?
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Florida Medallion Scholars will receive 75% of tuition and applicable fees in Fall and Spring. Applicable fees include: activity and service fee, health fee, athletic fee, financial aid fee, capital improvement fee, campus access/transportation fee, technology fee and tuition differential fee.
How many credit hours do you need to take for bright futures?
24 semester hours
All Bright Futures recipients are required to meet minimum credit hour and GPA requirements to renew their award each year. Students enrolled full time for both semesters are required to earn at least 24 semester hours in order to renew their award at the end of each academic year.
Is Bright Futures only for Florida colleges?
Bright Futures awards are available for both Florida Academic Scholars and Florida Medallion Scholars enrolled in the spring/summer term at the University of Florida.
What is the average ACT score for UCF?
25-30 (2019–20)University of Central Florida / Typical ACT scores
Is Bright Futures based on income?
Cuts to Bright Futures awards per credit should be implemented on a graduated scale based on the family income of each scholarship recipient (See example on page 4).
What are the qualifications for Bright Futures in Florida?
Minimum weighted 3.0 GPA in non-elective high school courses
What are the requirements for the Florida Bright Futures scholarship?
FLORIDA BRIGHT FUTURES SCHOLARSHIPS * Subject to change after each legislative session General Requirements • Be a Florida resident and a U.S. citizen or eligible noncitizen, as determined by the student’s postsecondary institution. • Complete the Florida Financial Aid Application (FFAA) no later than August 31 after high school graduation.
How do I apply for Bright Futures in Florida?
Submit the Florida Financial Aid Application (FFAA) The FFAA opens on December 1st each year.
How do I contact Florida Bright Futures?