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Scholarships and Third Party Payments


Florida Prepaid College Program
The Office of Student Accounts will bill the Florida Prepaid College Program on the student’s behalf. In order to have the Florida Prepaid College Program applied to tuition and fees, the student must either bring in their Florida Prepaid card to the Office of Student Accounts or fax a copy of the card to 386-506-4443. It is the student’s responsibility to specify how many hours they would like applied to their student account. Florida Prepaid will cover the following amounts for 2014-2015:Certificate

Regular Account

$92.66 per credit hour

Local Fees Account

$104.48 per credit hour

Vocational Courses

$80.42 per credit hour

Baccalaureate Courses

$107.12 per credit hour

Baccalaureate w/ Local Fees

$120.89 per credit hour

The Florida Prepaid program does NOT cover access fees, assessment fees, or lab fees. The student must pay any remaining balance due after Florida Prepaid has been applied by the due date on the Schedule and Fee Statement to avoid cancellation of classes for nonpayment. If a student adds a course after the initial award is applied, it is the student’s responsibility to notify the Office of Student Accounts so the award can be adjusted accordingly. If the Florida Prepaid College Program declines to pay any amount billed, the outstanding balance due becomes the student’s responsibility to pay.

Third Party Billings
The Office of Student Accounts has agreements with various third party sponsors to bill for tuition and fees on the student’s behalf. Each semester the student must submit an authorized Letter Of Intent from the third party who is guaranteeing payment on behalf of the student. This guarantee may NOT be contingent upon the student receiving a particular grade and may NOT be contingent upon the student completing the course. After the 100% refund date, bills are generated and mailed to the third party sponsors. If the third party fails to pay the amount billed, the outstanding balance due becomes the student’s responsibility to pay.

Outside Agency Scholarships
The Office of Student Accounts receives scholarship funds from various outside agencies. All outside agency scholarships should be accompanied by a letter from the agency which provides instructions to the Office of Student Accounts as to how the scholarship should be applied. The scholarship will be applied to the student’s account once the student has registered for the designated semester. If allowed by the donor and if the scholarship is in excess of the student’s tuition, the student may pick up a book voucher at the designated time. Any remaining credits will either be returned to the agency or refunded to the student depending upon the agency’s instructions. These student refunds will be handled in the same manner as other financial aid refunds.

Last Updated: 7/29/14