Scholarship and Grant Programs
Taylor College is eligible to participate in the following 2018 - 2019 State Scholarship and Grant Programs:
- Florida Bright Futures
- Florida Postsecondary Student Assistance Grant Program
- Jose Marti Scholarship Challenge Grant
- Scholarships for Children/Spouses of Deceased or Disabled Veterans
- Honorably Discharged Graduate Assistance Program
Descriptions and eligibility requirements for each of the programs can be found by accessing the State Scholarship and Grant Program’s homepage below:
Taylor College Academic Achievement Scholarship
Beginning with the Summer 2018 semester, and to be awarded during the Fall 2018 semester, Taylor College will be awarding one Academic Achievement Scholarship per program. Click the following link for more information.
Other Scholarship Options
Taylor College has also compiled a list of various scholarship links on the web. Be aware that the school does not validate the content or quality of each site. These are only intended to give you more options when researching for available scholarships. Be aware of scholarship scams; if you are pressured into paying money in receiving assistance or qualifying for scholarships, it might be a scam. If you think you know of a scholarship scam, consult www.finaid.org.
Below are websites that students can visit to view any scholarships available: