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South Florida Educational Federal Credit Union (SFEFCU) has helped hundreds of students attend college since 1995. Each year, 15 Tuition Scholarships are awarded to graduating high school students, affording them the opportunity to embark on their college dreams without the worry of financial hardships.
Applications for our Undergraduate Scholarship become available each year in February and have a completion deadline in March.
- Be a High School Senior
- Be a resident of the State of Florida for at least 12 consecutive months prior to the application deadline
- Seniors or their parent/legal guardian must have had a SFEFCU account for at least one year prior to completing the scholarship application
- Student applicant must have a SFEFCU primary Savings Account (a Savings Account in their own name) by the application deadline
- Plan on attending one of the accepted schools
*Additional information is required and fully explained on the application.
The scholarship is awarded to the winners at the end of May, but cannot be used until the following Fall semester. Applicants not selected will not be notified.
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South Florida Educational Federal Credit Union (South Florida Educational FCU) annually awards ten $1,000 scholarships to eligible students entering, or already attending, graduate schools. The recipients' names will be randomly drawn from a pool of qualified applicants. Graduate programs offered by regionally accredited universities or colleges within the United States in any area of study are eligible.
The application period is for six weeks in September and October each year with the scholarships being awarded in November.
To be eligible, an applicant must have been a primary member in good financial standing for at least one year prior to the date of the application, and must have already been accepted into an eligible degree program. Graduate programs offered by regionally accredited universities or colleges within the United States in any area of study are eligible. Graduate courses may be in classroom, online or hybrid classes. "Good standing" means that the applicant has not been delinquent on a loan obligation or overdrawn on a share account for the 12 month period immediately preceding the date of the application, and has not previously caused SFEFCU a loss.
An applicant, if not a previous recipient of this scholarship, can apply in more than one year. Recipients of the undergraduate Hubert O. Sibley Scholarship may apply for a Graduate School Scholarship.
Applications with any missing information, including required signature(s), are not eligible and will be disqualified.
No need to apply. All MDC students who are South Florida Educational Federal Credit Union (SFEFCU) primary members are eligible to win our MDC Tuition Reimbursement Scholarship.
- Be a Credit Union primary member
- Be enrolled in at least one credit course towards the completion of a MDC degree
- Complete the course with a "C" letter grade or better to receive reimbursement
This scholarship is awarded at the end of the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters. The winner will be selected by lottery at the end of each semester and will be reimbursed that semester's tuition (up to $1,000). Proof of successful course completion and a receipt for courses paid will be required. Applicants not selected will not be notified.
Caution! — The scholarships and financial aid resources listed below are not affiliated with South Florida Educational Federal Credit Union. Be careful of any service or person guaranteeing you a scholarship for a service charge. Remember, anything that sounds too good to be true, probably is.
U.S. Department of Education, Federal Student Aid
FAFSA — The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is used to determine student's eligibility for federal grants, loans and work-study programs.
Florida Department of Education
Initial Student Florida Financial Aid Application — The Initial Student Florida Financial Aid Application (FFAA) is the application for all state-funded student financial aid programs, including the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program.
Miami Dade College (MDC)
Scholarship Page — Free search engines, private scholarships and transfer student scholarships.
Florida Fund for Minority Teachers
For more information on the Miami-Dade County Public Schools internship program, please visit their site.
Our services include MDC International students. We acknowledge the sacrifice involved in furthering your education and want to assist you with all of your financial needs. The following forms of identifications will be accepted for membership:
- Current Foreign passport
- Current US Government issued VISA
- Current Florida Driver License (or other US state issued DL)
- Current Florida issued Identification Card
Our high school branches are coordinated by a Credit Union staff member who is present during the school's branch hours of operation. Each high school branch works closely and is sponsored by a South Florida Educational Federal Credit Union branch.
If you are interested in adding a High School Branch at your location, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.