Financial aid programs are designed to provide assistance to eligible individuals who have the ability to benefit from training and who, without assistance, would be unable to afford to attend.
We believe the primary responsibility for financing education lies first with the student and their family. When the total resources they can provide do not meet expenses, the College will do everything possible to assist so that the student will not be denied an education.
Selection of students to receive financial assistance is made without regard to age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, or handicap.
Applicants for financial assistance must complete the free Application for Federal Student Aid Booklet. They must have a high school diploma or its equivalent, or demonstrate the ability to benefit from job preparatory training. Students are required to maintain satisfactory progress in order to continue to receive assistance.
The type(s) and amount of financial aid a student receives is dependent upon the cost of attendance minus the student / family contributions as determined by a needs analysis, and may include:
- Federal Pell Grant & Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) – View Website
A need-based trust fund for non-Pell eligible students. Recipients must have a financial need as determined by Federal application processing and must be a Florida resident.
- Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)
- Veterans Benefits (VA)
Check out our video below for tips on how to fill out your FAFSA Application!
Financial assistance may be available for those who might or might not qualify for other forms of aid. Scholarships are available through agencies, service organizations, individuals, and /or through the College. Eligibility criteria is established by the donor(s) and/or Broward Technical Colleges. Additional information and assistance is available in the Office of Student Financial Aid or from one of the counselors. We also accept Florida PrePaid College Plans and Bright Futures Scholarships.
Need help paying for school? If you are a Broward County resident you may be eligible to receive a scholarship for the entire amount of your tuition, books and supplies for occupational training at Sheridan Technical College. To learn more about this opportunity please visit GETCASH4SCHOOL.COM.
The Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) is a federal TRIO program that was first funded in 1998 to provide counseling and information about the college admission process to adults who want to enter or continue a program of postsecondary education. Broward College received a grant to administer the EOC program which opened its doors in 2017.
The objective of the EOC program is to increase postsecondary education enrollment among Broward County adults. We work on behalf of all postsecondary institutions. We provide support and resources to assist Broward County adults with overcoming academic and financial barriers to beginning (or returning to complete) their postsecondary education.
The program also provides services to improve the financial and economic literacy of participants, in order to improve their likelihood of success. Please click on the link and complete the form to get started.