College Transfer Assistance

The Office of Admissions & Student Services provides assistance to all students seeking to transfer to another post-secondary institutions, including help selecting schools, completing applications, and applying for financial aid. The resources below offer helpful information on these topics and others.

To speak to a member of the staff, drop by the office or submit a ticket to Student Affairs helpdesk.

General Resources

College Board: This not-for-profit organization seeks to expand access to higher education. Programs include Advanced Placement (AP), the SAT, and others.

Common App: This online application is accepted by over 600 colleges and universities. Information regarding planning and paying for college is also available.

State University System of Florida: Visit this website for information on Florida’s twelve (12) public universities.

KnowHow2Go: This website helps all students, especially those from underrepresented and lower-socioeconomic groups, plan for higher education.

Financial Resources

FAFSA: AKA the “Free Application for Federal Student Aid.” Use this secure government website to research and apply for all federal grants, loans, and work-study funds.

Florida Student Scholarship & Grant Programs: The Florida Department of Education administers a variety of state-funded grants and scholarships for Florida residents, including the Bright Futures Scholarship program. Using an extensive database of available funding sources, this website helps students research and apply for options based on their personal profiles.

National Merit Scholarship Corporation: This organization has been offering merit-based scholarships to high-achieving students since 1955. To qualify, students must take the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®).

Hispanic Scholarship Fund: This organization promotes the importance of higher education among Latino families, including providing scholarships and support services to exceptional Hispanic American students.

Loan Calculator: Use this online tool to estimate the monthly amounts you would be expected to pay for student loans.

Glossary of Terms: From the US Dept. of Education, this online glossary covers the all the lingo you need to you to fund your college education.