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What are the requirements to keep bright futures?

What are the requirements to keep bright futures?

Renewal Requirements

Renewal Requirements Florida Academic Scholars Award
Minimum Cumulative GPA (unrounded & unweighted) 3.0*
Minimum Hours Required Per Term, if funded Full Time (12+ hours) 12 semester earned hours
Minimum Hours Required Per Term, if funded Three-quarter Time (9-11 hours) 9 semester earned hours

What scores do you need for bright futures?

Florida Medallion Scholars: Requires a minimum weighted GPA of 3.0, an ACT composite score of 26 (25 starting in 2021) or SAT combined reading/math score of 1170 (1210 starting in 2021), and 75 service hours.

How does bright futures renewal work?

Bright Futures is renewed based off your GPA and credit hours at the end of the Spring term. Florida State University will send the Office of Student Financial Assistance your GPA and hours earned. Your Financial Aid Recipient History (FARH) report on the OSFA website will post your eligibility for renewal.

Does Bright Futures require 12 credits?

Bright Futures Academic Scholars: 3.0 cumulative GPA. 12 credits per term paid for full time enrolled (12+ hours enrolled) 9 credits per term paid for three-quarter enrolled (8-11 hours enrolled)

Does Bright Futures cover full tuition?

The Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program, funded by the state of Florida, provides scholarships based on high school academic achievement. The Florida Academic Scholars will receive an award amount equal to 100% of tuition and applicable fees.

How much does Bright Futures cover 2020?

For the 2020-2021 academic year, the Florida Academic Scholars will receive an award amount equal to 100% of tuition and applicable fees in fall, spring and summer.

Can you take a year off with Bright Futures?

Can I take a gap year? A: Yes, but you must start taking advantage of Bright Futures within two years of your high school graduation.

Do you need fafsa for Bright Futures?

Bright Futures Eligibility and Requirements. Students are not required to submit a FAFSA in order to receive both initial and renewal Bright Futures eligibility. Students are encouraged to submit the FAFSA to learn of potential eligibility for additional state and federal aid.

What are the requirements to keep Bright Futures?

Eligibility Requirements. General requirements for any of the Bright Futures scholarship grants include being a U.S. citizen and a Florida resident; completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid by August 31 following high school graduation; being accepted into a qualifying post-secondary institution and not having a felony record.

What are the SAT requirements for Bright Futures?

Bright Futures is funded with lottery money. The general requirement for a scholarship is a weighted high school GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0-scale, 100 hours of community service and an ACT score of 29 or a SAT score of 1290.

Can Bright Futures be reinstated?

Reinstatement. If a Bright Futures recipient did not receive scholarship funds during the academic year, their Bright Futures Program will become inactive. In order to receive the award in a subsequent year, a Reinstatement application must be completed on the OSFA website. Note: If a student withdraws from and repays a full semester of courses,…

What are the requirements for Bright Futures in Florida?

A minimum weighted GPA of at least 3.5 is required to qualify for a Florida Bright Futures Scholarship. This GPA must come from a combination of Bright Futures required courses, and must include at least 16 credits of college preparatory academic courses.