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Financial Aid - Scholarships

Pensacola State FAFSA Code 001513
Deadlines for Scholarship Application Submissions

Fall Term on or before - May 1

Spring Term on or before November 1

Summer Term on or before March 1

 



Apply for a Scholarship
Students who apply for a scholarship based on financial need must complete and process a FAFSA as well as a separate scholarship application.
  • Must process your FAFSA prior to May 15th.
  • Students must be enrolled at least half-time (6+ credit hours).
  • Students may receive an award for a limited number of semesters.
  • Funds are limited.
  • State of Florida has final approval on all awards.
Collect Your Scholarship

Pensacola State College scholarship recipients must come to the Financial Aid office to sign a Scholarship Acceptance form. The funds are then applied to the student's account.

 

Other types of scholarship payments are handled on an individual basis specific to each scholarship. Contact the source of your scholarship to find out how the funds will be provided to you.

Scholarship FAQs

What form do I use?

You must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as well as the Scholarship Application. The Pensacola State College school code for the FAFSA is 001513.

Will I need to fill out additional forms? For most of the federal student aid programs, the FAFSA (or renewal FAFSA) is the only form you need to file. Remember, applying for federal student aid is FREE. However, to be considered for non-federal aid such as institutional aid (aid from Pensacola State College), you will have to fill out additional forms. Check with one of the financial aid offices to see which non-federal application to fill out and be sure to ask about any deadline dates.

When do I apply? Apply as soon after January 1st as possible. Do not sign, date, or send your FAFSA application before January 1st. If you apply through FAFSA on the web, you can apply beginning January 2nd. You need to apply only once each school year, however, but you must reapply for federal student aid every academic year.

What happens after I apply? After your completed FAFSA application is received by the processing system, you will be sent a Student Aid Report (SAR). The FAFSA processing center suggests you wait at least two to three weeks before checking the status of the SAR you submitted. The SAR will contain the information from your application. If there are no questions or problems with your application, your SAR will show your Expected Family Contribution (EFC); this number is used in determining your eligibility for federal student aid. The results will be sent to you and to the schools that you listed on your application.

What happens after I receive my SAR? When you receive your SAR, you must review it carefully to make sure it is correct. If the data is accurate and you do not need to make changes, you may be awarded financial aid on the basis of that information. All students must apply for admission to Pensacola State College and declare a major (program of study). All prior college transcripts must be evaluated by the Pensacola State College admissions office before any federal or state financial can be awarded.

 

How do I collect my money?

Office Locations, Telephones and Email

Campus
Pensacola
Milton
Warrington

Department
Financial Aid
Financial Aid
Financial Aid

Building
Bldg. 2B
Bldg. 4200
Bldg. 3600
Telephone
850.484.1680
850.484.4412
850.484.2286
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