How much is FSW a semester?
Full-Time Student Florida Residents
|Estimated Expenses (separated by living arrangement) *Expenses may vary depending on the student||Parents/Relatives||Off Campus|
|Tuition and Fees View Detailed Tuition Costs||$3,400||$3,400|
|Books and Supplies||$1,950||$1,950|
|Room and Board||$2,581||$9,927|
How do you pay for FSW classes?
Where do I go to pay?
- Log into your secure FSW College Portal.
- Click on the Financial Aid/Student Services Tab.
- Click Pay Online.
- Follow the steps to complete your payment.
Does Bright Futures cover FSW?
Transient Students and Bright Futures Transient students at FSW who received their Bright Futures funding from another institution receive funding through their home institution. Florida Bright Futures Scholars must submit a Transient Student Admission Application, which is located online at Florida Shines.
How do I pay for a class FSW Aside from financial aid?
You may pay by check or money order. Payments may be submitted by mail or drop box. Florida State University also takes credit cards and e-checks (online only) at http://fees.fsu.edu.
Does FSW require SAT or ACT?
Does Florida SouthWestern State College Require Test Scores? Florida SouthWestern State College requires that you either take the SAT or ACT.
Is SAT required for FSW?
FSW accepts the highest test scores from any test or combination of tests. This includes any combination of P.E.R.T., ACT, SAT, Classic ACCUPLACER, and Next Generation ACCUPLACER – Click here to view Test Score Placement Levels.
What percentage of students receive financial aid at FSW?
Florida SouthWestern State College’s typical financial aid package for newly arriving first year students is $10,440. Around 66.0% of new students obtain some financial aid, the majority of which is scholarships and grants.
Do I get money back from Bright Futures?
Bright Futures will pay up to $1,000 per semester toward tuition and mandatory fees only. Depending on your financial aid package, it is possible that you may receive less than $1,000 but still have a balance with your school for books, room & board, lab fees, or other expenses not covered by Bright Futures.