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Financial Aid

Financial Aid: Helping You Fund Your Future

The mission of the Office of Financial Aid at Florida Tech is to enable student success by assisting families in identifying and securing sources of financial aid. We want your focus to be on your academic passion, personal growth and career interests, not complicated paperwork and your bank account. To that end, we take every step to grant you the peace of mind that comes with affording a top quality private college education, including:

  • Helping to ensure that you are awarded the best possible financial aid package.

  • Keeping you informed about critical financial aid policies, processes, and opportunities.

  • Expertly guiding you through the financial aid application and enrollment process.

Most of the information on this site pertains to U.S. (domestic) undergraduate students. See Graduate Financial Aid for information about financial aid and costs for graduate students.

Admitted Students

For more information on what to do once you're admitted, please see our presentation on What You Need To Know About Financial Aid or contact us directly.

Common First Steps

File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

If you have applied and/or been admitted into a degree program at Florida Tech, consider completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at your earliest convenience. Use Florida Tech's FAFSA School Code: 001469. Completing the FAFSA ensures our ability to offer you a comprehensive financial aid package.

Estimate Your Expenses

Prospective new  students who wish to get a highly accurate estimate of their first year financial aid package are encouraged to complete the Florida Tech Net Price Calculator. Current undergraduates who wish to plan ahead may use our custom Cost Estimator to generate an idea of their costs for the current or upcoming year.

Important Announcements

Please pay attention to the following, which may effect your financial aid

New Verification Process (Starting Jan. 2018)

The federal government requires colleges and universities to verify or confirm the data reported by students and their parent(s) on the FAFSA. Beginning with academic year 2018-2019, students who file the FAFSA and are selected for verification will complete the process online through, a trusted public corporation and government agency. Verification is the confirmation through documentation that the information provided on a student's Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is correct.