Where can you apply for financial aid? 


Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)  

Website: www.FAFSA.GOV 


FYI: Some states and schools have limited funds, so don’t delay!   

Begin now by creating your FSA ID and Password at the following link, 


Where can you apply for Bright Futures? 


Florida Financial Aid Application (FFAA)  


Students may apply for state-funded scholarship and grant programs by submitting the Florida Financial Aid Application 


College and Career Sites: 




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* – for the Occupational Outlook Handbook 

* – for military opportunities 





* – for college information - for career information 

*www. – for help planning a career 



Juniors and Seniors

If you are planning on attending UWF, here is an excellent opportunity to earn a scholarship to help with tuition.  Please see the attachment HERE for more information. 

John M Will Journalism scholarships

The deadline for the 2022-23 school year is Monday, March 28, 2002. Our board annually gives out three to five scholarships for varying amounts. Please help us get the word out by forwarding this email to students or faculty members who might be interested.


Successful applicants will meet the following qualifications:

1. Students must be residents of Mobile, Baldwin, Escambia, Clarke, Conecuh, Washington or Monroe County, Alabama; Santa Rosa or Escambia County, Florida;  Jackson or George County, Mississippi.

 2. Students must be at a senior level in high school who will be enrolled full time at an accredited four-year college or university in a course of study that relates to journalism.

 3. Students must be currently or will soon be enrolled full time at an accredited four-year college or university in a course of study that relates to journalism.  Students attending or who will be attending a college or university that does not offer a journalism program qualify if they express a desire to enter journalism as a career. However, their current program must prepare them to work in journalism (English, History, Liberal Arts, or Humanities, for example).  Students who are enrolled or plan to be enrolled in an academic program other than journalism can show their desire to work in journalism by working on their college or university newspaper or broadcast station or a hometown newspaper.


 4.  Persons currently employed in journalism who wish to take journalism-related undergraduate or graduate program as a full-time* student at an accredited college or university also qualify.


For more information, please access this website:  On the website, students can find application materials and can submit a completed application, too letters of recommendation, school or college transcripts, a short essay on why he/she wants to study journalism, and examples of work in journalism (if available).  As an alternative, students may mail application materials to Karen Watts, Armbrecht-Jackson law firm, RSA Tower, 27th Floor, 11 North Water St., #27, Mobile, AL , 36602.  Or you can email the materials to

Florida Prepaid College Superintendent’s Scholarship 2021-2022

Click HERE


2022 High School and Graduate Student Scholarships

The 2022 FSCA Scholarship applications are now available.  FSCA will award four high school scholarships in the amount of $250 each, and three graduate student scholarships in the amount of $500 each.  All application materials must be received by 5pm Friday, April 1, 2022.  For application and details go to:  Scholarship Information | Florida School Counselor Association (

All questions should be directed to:

Pensacola Post of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Scholarship

The Pensacola Post of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) is

once again offering scholarships to deserving high school seniors planning

to major in engineering or a related technical field. 

The past seven years they have awarded over $45,000 to help local

students further their education. 

 The deadline is Friday, April 21.