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9 PM, Wednesday Update: Due to Hurricane Ian’s impact on Brevard County, all EFSC classes, including online courses, are canceled on Wednesday, Sept. 28, Thursday, Sept. 29 and Friday, Sept. 30. All EFSC Campuses will be closed, and all events canceled as well, from Wednesday through Friday. Students should contact their instructors for questions about the impact on class assignments. Review hurricane preparation tips. Updates will be shared here and via email, text and social media as needed. View our Student Services Guide for more information about the impact for on-campus and virtual student services.

Find help paying for College

We want to be sure you qualify for the Financial Aid and Scholarship package that you're entitled to. At EFSC, as at any college, that process starts with filling out the online Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) — that ensures you're considered for all aid programs that are administered by the College, including grants, work study and loans. A FAFSA also is the first step in qualifying for scholarships. Follow our step-by-step instructions to start the process of evaluating your eligibility and potential aid package. Also see more about a special COVID-related grant available to many students this Fall.

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Students must meet all published deadlines to ensure a determination of financial aid eligibility prior to EFSC's Fee Due Dates. You can also download and view our Titan Financial Aid Fast Facts brochure.

Eastern Florida State College offers numerous student scholarships, many funded through the generosity of donors to the College's EFSC Foundation Scholarships funds.

The Eastern Florida financial aid office is your source for help applying for scholarships, plus traditional aid, such as grants, work study and loans.

Student emergency grants are available for Fall Term to assist with educational expenses as part of the federal government's Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) due to the COVID pandemic. Students do not have to apply and a FAFSA is not required. The grants will be awarded to every non-Dual Enrolled student taking at least one for-credit or clock-hour course, with the amount prorated based on the student's schedule. The emergency grants are in addition to any other financial aid and will not have to be repaid. The grants are not applied to any balance due on a student's account and will be disbursed to the student as a refund using BankMobile, EFSC’s refund processor. Full term HEERF refunds will disburse in September. The same HEERF grant process will apply to shorter Fall Terms.

Use the links in this web section to find detailed information about the aid opportunities available to you, including special programs for veterans.

To qualify for aid you must be a degree-seeking student and prove you need aid. We'll help you navigate the process, supply you with the necessary forms,  but you need to stay in touch. Please check Titan Web Services and your college email frequently for updates about your financial aid package.

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View current EFSC Tuition & Fees. Also get an estimate of your more comprehensive college costs using the U.S. Department of Education's online Net Price Calculator tool.

 
 
 
 

Contacts, Dates & Deadlines

 
 
 
 

View details on contacting us by phone or email, plus walk-in locations to talk with an aid specialist or drop off documents.

Aid Application Priority Deadlines
July 21, 2022: For Fall 2022
Nov. 28, 2022: For Spring 2023
April 20, 2023: For Summer 2023


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