How do you apply for Bright Futures in Florida?


How do you apply for Bright Futures in Florida?

Go to SAPBFMAIN to find out how to qualify for a Bright Futures Scholarship. Go to and submit a completed, error-free Initial Student Florida Financial Aid Application (FFAA) during your last year of high school, by graduation.

Is the FFAA the same as Fafsa?

In a memo released last month, OSFA announced that the Florida Financial Aid Application (FFAA) will be available starting October 1, just like the FAFSA, which students use to apply for federal sources of financial aid like the Pell Grant. In previous years, the FFAA was available starting December 1.

How do I get Bright Futures?

4 Steps to Applying for a Florida Bright Futures Scholarship

  1. Step 1: Submit the Florida Financial Aid Application (FFAA) The FFAA opens December 1 each year.
  2. Step 2: Take the ACT or SAT and Submit Your Scores.
  3. Step 3: Submit Your Official High School Transcripts.
  4. Step 4: Keep the Information in Your Account Updated.

How do you qualify for Bright Futures?

You must:

  1. Be a Florida resident, and a US Citizen or eligible noncitizen.
  2. Earn a diploma from a Florida high school or high school equivalent.
  3. Be enrolled, or enrolling, for at least six credit hours per semester.
  4. Complete the Florida Financial Aid Application before August 31 of your graduation year.

What GPA do you need for Florida Bright Futures?

Must have a minimum weighted 3.0 GPA in non-elective high school courses. Must complete 30 service hours by high school graduation. Must take at least three full credits in a single career and technical education program. Must achieve a minimum 3.5 unweighted GPA in your career education classes.

What SAT score do you need for Bright Futures 2021?

For the Classes of 2021 and 2022, the SAT requirements are 1330 for the FAS and 1210 for the FMS. The ACT requirements are 29 for the FAS and 25 for the FMS. Community service is REQUIRED for both scholarships.