Rated a "Best Buy in the South" by U.S. News & World Report, Florida Southern College provides an exceptional education at a reasonable cost. We are committed to the promise that a Florida Southern College education is one of the best investments a family can make.
Our Net Price Calculator provides a quick, early assessment of financial aid options that may be available to you. Each year we award $51+ million in annual FSC scholarships and grants — and you may qualify for federal or state aid programs, as well.
Most scholarships are automatic for eligible students accepted to Florida Southern if academic requirements are met.
Did you know that Florida residents attending a private college are eligible for a $2,841 grant through the EASE program? Learn more about eligibility for Florida state aid programs.
Florida Bright Futures funds apply here, too! See your high school guidance office for more information.
File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which determines your eligibility for all federal aid - including loans and need-based institutional aid. Complete the FAFSA after October 1 and before March 1 of your senior year.
We invite you to schedule an appointment to review your financial aid package and payment options with your admissions counselor. We can meet with you in person or over the phone.
Each year, Florida Southern offers $51+ million in annual FSC scholarships and grants on the basis of academic merit, talent in athletics or fine arts, leadership, community services, student need, and other factors.
Grants are a form of need-based aid, which means they are distributed based on financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Federal education loans are available to eligible students and parents who complete the FAFSA.
For first-year students: total tuition, fees, room and board averages $50,986.
Flat fee for 12-18 credits
20 Meal Plan is required for all first-year resident students.
Singles, triples and quads are available in select residence halls.
After the Financial Aid Office has received your application, you will receive instructions on what information is still needed to complete your file.
We’ve compiled a list of helpful external sites and other resources to assist you with college financial planning.