Scholarships are an excellent way to fund your education. A scholarship can be based on academic qualifications, or on talent, or on a variety of other qualifications. The key to earning a scholarship is to make the effort to identify scholarships that you may qualify for, respond fully and accurately to any application requirements, and don't give up! Remember to begin your search one year prior to your attendance. Remember -- many scholarships are one time only - so plan on continuing your research each year.
Scholarships are considered a financial resource in determining your need for other aid, and must be reported to the FSU Office of Financial Aid through your Financial Aid Student Toolkit outside resource page.
Beware of any scholarship search service that charges a fee. The information that you are paying for could be obtained through another source at no cost. This Scholarship Scam web page at finaid.org offers excellent guidance on how to identify and avoid scholarship scams.
Types of scholarships and additional information
Please click on the headings below for information on various types of scholarships
State Scholarships - Including Bright Futures Scholarships
Institutional (Florida State University)
Office of Financial Aid Foundation Scholarships
Ethics in Business Scholarships
Last Updated April 24, 2013
FSU Seminole Club Scholarships
Please see the FSU Alumni/Seminole Scholarship website for Seminole Club scholarship opportunities
Deeb Scholarship :
For students who are either Adopted or Orphaned.
- This scholarship can be based on need or on academic merit.
- If applying as need-based the FAFSA must be on file with FSU.
- Students must have a 2.5 G.P.A.
- Application is available to download here
- Submit the application and documentation to FSU Office of Financial Aid
- Application deadline is _May 10, 2013
Southern Scholarship Foundation - Housing Scholarship :
Scholarship housing for qualified students
- The Southern Scholarship Foundation provides the opportunity for students to live in a community of 9-29 scholars in a home like environment.
- Students pay a minimal stipend for their living expenses, while sharing the some of the responsibility for the day-to day living.
- Residents work cooperatively to plan meals and maintain the house, and students have the opportunity to make friends, and study together.
- Acceptance to the University -applicants must be accepted to the university.
- Financial Need - Students must demonstrate financial aid as calculated by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Please see the Southern Scholarship website for additional detail.
- Academic Merit - Applicants must have at least a 3.00 GPA (unweighted).
- Outstanding Character - Applicants must demonstrate character through their essay submission and through character references (see website for additional detail)
- Motivation - Applicants should be highly motivated to contribute to a cooperative living atmosphere.
Please see the website for additional details and application information. This is an excellent opportunity for highly motivated students.