Scholarships and Grants

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At SFIC, we look after distinguished students who personify what SFIC is all about: excellence, integrity, potential, value, and leadership. Receiving a college acceptance letter is an achievement, and once you’ve gotten your foot in the door, it’s time to start forming a game plan. You have a lot of decisions to make. One of the most crucial considerations to factor into the equation is how to plan to pay for college.

A scholarship is an award of money that is provided for a student to support their pursuit of a college degree. If you get a scholarship, you can put it toward the cost of your tuition, potentially making your education more affordable. Typically, you’ll need to identify a scholarship you qualify for and apply to be considered. While it takes time, it is one of the best ways you can fund your education because it is money you do not have to repay. SFIC has a series of institutional programs available to students who qualify based on financial needs and academic achievement, excellent work experience and for minority groups. SFCI maintains a full-time staff to help meet your needs.

You’re encouraged to make an appointment with SFIC to ensure that you obtain the funding needed for your educational investment.

Grants

  • Subvention

    SFIC offers the opportunity for applicants to apply for the SFIC-One Grant which covers 50% of the tuition cost upon qualification. For this, the applicant must demonstrate a financial need with an income of less than $27,000.

    Reward: 50% of the undergraduate or postgraduate tuition.

    Requirements:

    • Scholarship application approval.
    • Meet all admission requirements.
    • Maximum of $27,000 income.
    • Official transcripts.
    • Maintain a minimum of 2.00 CGPA during the program.
    • Students must be U.S. citizens, permanent residents, or under a legal status in the U.S.
    • ID of parents or tutors if residing with parents.
    • Income tax transcripts from the IRS for the previous year.
    • Utility Bill.
    • Bank statement.

Scholarships

  • Academic Scholarship of Excellence

    Incoming freshmen and transfer students can apply for a merit scholarship. These scholarships are awarded for outstanding academic ability, demonstrated by CGPA.

    Reward: 50% undergraduate or graduate tuition.

    Requirements:

    • Scholarship application approval
    • Meet all admission requirements
    • Minimum 2.25 CGPA; 2:50 CGPA or higher receive a stipend for books.
    • Maintain a minimum of 2.25 CGPA during the program.
    • Maintain a minimum of 2.50 CGPA for book stipend during the program.

  • Excellent Work Experience

    Professionals and employees with an excellent work record and outstanding conduct at work may apply for this scholarship.

    Reward: 50% undergraduate or graduate tuition.

    Requirements:

    • Scholarship application approval.
    • Meet all admission requirements.
    • Excellent work record and outstanding behavior on the job verified with 3 letters of recommendation from immediate supervisors or workplace professionals within the last 3 years of employment.
    • Maintain a minimum of 2.25 CGPA during the program.

  • Minority Groups

    Cultural diversity is another significant factor for many scholarships. At SFIC you will find awards available to African Americans, students of Hispanic or Asian descent, Native Americans with tribal affiliations, and other minorities.

    Reward: 50% undergraduate or graduate tuition.

    Requirements:

    • Scholarship application approval.
    • Meet all admission requirements.
    • Member of any minority group classified under US federal law.
    • Be admitted to SFIC
    • Maintain a minimum of 2.25 CGPA during the program.

Take control of your future today!

South Florida International College is a house of higher learning that offers a variety of programs geared to prepare competent professionals in various fields that will lead to placement in a dynamic workforce.

We have the proper personnel to guide and aid in the training of new professionals.

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