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Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program

Updated Florida legislation reports that Florida Academic Scholars and Florida Medallion Scholars who have earned a bachelor's degree in seven semesters or fewer (or the equivalent in credit hours) during the 2010/2011 academic year and after are eligibile to receive funding for one term of graduate study not exceeding 15 hours.  Bright Futures funding will be paid to Stetson University College of Law at the undergraduate rate.

If a student drops or withdraws from any course(s), the student is required to return to Stetson University College of Law all Bright Futures scholarship funding used for those courses. 

Students should log on to their account at www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/ssfad/bf/ for eligibility, guideline and award amount information.  Students should select Stetson University as the attending school. 

Department of Education

FAFSA Online Application: Fill out the Free Application for Student Aid, or check the status of your submitted application. Requires a Personal Identification Number. If you do not have a PIN or have forgotten your PIN, follow the instructions on the PIN site home page to request a new PIN.

U.S. Department of Education: (PIN site); The PIN is your identifier to let you access personal information in various U.S. Department of Education systems. You must have a PIN to file an online renewal FAFSA or to make online corrections to your FAFSA. Request one at the PIN site.

National Student Loan Data Systems: You can use the website to make inquires about your Title IV loans and/or Pell grants. The site displays information on loan and/or grant amounts, outstanding balances, loan statuses, and disbursements.

Credit Card Fraud and Identity Theft: The Department of Education has created a website to help college students avoid credit-card fraud and other forms of identity theft.

Federal Student Aid Ombudsman: The Federal Student Aid Ombudsman of the Department of Education helps resolve disputes and solve other problems with federal student loans.

National Credit Agencies

Experian - 1-888-EXPERIA (397-3742)
Trans-Union - 1-800-888-4213
CBI/Equifax - 1-800-997-2493
National Foundation for Credit Counseling
Federal Trade Commission

General Financial Aid Sites

FinAid.org (student guide for financial aid)
ibrinfo.org (loan forgiveness/repayment assistance)
studentloans.gov (entrance and exit counseling and information about loan options, including repayment and consolidation)

Other Government Offices

U.S. Department of Education
Social Security Administration
Selective Service System

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