Students can apply for Federal student aid before applying for admission to Broward College; however, students must be admitted to an eligible degree or certificate program of study in order to be offered financial aid. Financial Aid is a combination of grants (Pell, Federal Supplemental Need), scholarships (Florida Bright Futures, Institutional and Foundation, private), work-study (on- and off-campus employment up to 20 hours per week) and student and parent loans (Federal subsidized, unsubsidized, parent plus). All of these can be packaged together and awarded based on eligibility to help finance direct and indirect costs to attend College.
By following these steps you are applying and determining eligibility* for all of these resources to help you attend Broward College.
*Starting July 1, 2015, the omnibus funding bill reinstates an Ability To Benefit retroactive to July 1, 2014 allowing students enrolled in certain programs without a high school diploma or GED access to aid. Additional information will be posted as it becomes available.
Click each Step 1-7 to progress and complete Broward
College's Financial Aid Application Process.