Florida Financial Aid Application

What is it?

The Florida Financial Aid Application (FFAA) is a free online form that graduating high school seniors can complete to see if they qualify for any free money from the state of Florida government. It is not the same as the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)--the application to see if you qualify for money from the Federal (U.S.) government (see the FAFSA page for more info on who can complete this form).

Who can fill it out?

All graduating seniors can and should complete the FFAA--even students who are undocumented! When students fill out the FFAA, they are reviewed for many different grants and scholarships, and although undocumented students are not eligible for this money, it is still recommend that they complete the form as it doesn't require a social security number and if your status should change while you're in college, your application can be reviewed again at that time (but only if you had originally completed the application before August 31st of your graduating year.

Where and how do I fill it out?

The FFAA can be filled out at www.FloridaStudentFinancialAid.org and below is a link to step-by-step instructions on how to complete it.

Click here to go to the Florida Financial Aid Website to complete the FFAA.

Click here for step-by-step instructions on how to complete this form.

When can I fill out this form?

Just like the CSS profile and the FAFSA, the FFAA (Florida Financial Aid Application) opens on October 1st of your senior year and should be completed as early as possible.