FKCC 2014 Schedule Summer web - page 15

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Your gateway to a variety of federally-funded
financial aid opportunities is through the
FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student
Aid. Opportunities for eligible students include
grants, loans, scholarships, and work-study
programs.
The application is a three-step process that
begins with applying for a PIN at
.
ed.gov. The students and parents (if student is
under the age of 24) will be required to provide
recent tax information. Make sure that you enter
FKCC’s Title IV Code: 001485. The application
takes five to seven business days to process, so
don’t delay!
Students and parents may also pursue
federal direct loans, such as subsidized and
unsubsidized Stafford Loans and the Parent PLUS
Loan. More information can be found at www.
fkcc.edu or by calling the Office of Financial Aid
at 305-809-3523.
Financing your education:
local scholarships, grants and loan options
Federal Financial Aid
FKCC makes paying for college easier by offering
monthly payment plans. Students can easily sign up
online through “myFKCC” on the college’s website and
choose a plan with flexible options and no interest.
Payments can be made with a credit/debit card or
banking account.
Payment Plans
Each year, the FKCC Foundation awards
approximately 200 FKCC students scholarships.
While the variety of scholarships differs for each
semester, the following is a sample of the types of
scholarships that may be available:
• First Generation in College
• Full-time, Degree-Seeking
• Hemingway Look-Alike Society
• Hospitality and Tourism Management
• Lower Keys Women’s Club Nursing
• Rotary Club of Key West Vocational
• Student Ambassador
• Wyland Marine Science
Go to
to view and apply for
currently offered scholarships.
Local Scholarships
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