Florida Technical College

Welcome to Florida Technical College!

Over 27 Years of Career Training Excellence

Florida Technical College is one big family. The school is full of like-minded individuals working toward the common goal of increased career potential and brighter futures. FTC was founded in 1982 to provide post-secondary training in specialized business fields. We offer both Associate Degree and Diploma Programs in today's fastest growing occupations.

What To Expect From A Florida Technical College Degree

Florida Technical College programs are exciting and dynamic, evolving over the years to meet the needs of students and the job marketplace.

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Florida Technical College

Financial Support to Turn Career and Lifestyle Goals into Reality

Education and Career Training can be one of the most valuable investments you can make. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, individuals with College Diplomas and Associate Degrees earn higher levels of income than the average High School Graduate. Successful investment in your future will help you secure a career and a stable future - but many people need financial assistance in order to gain professional Career Training.

The knowledgeable Financial Aid Administrators at FTC are happy to sit down one-on-one with you to go through all of your financial options. There are so many Financial Aid options and variables, it really pays to sit down with an experienced professional and explore your opportunities.

Getting started with Your Free Application for Federal Student Aid: FAFSA

Prospective students may secure an application to participate in Federal Student Aid programs from the Student Financial Aid department of the Institute or from a high school counsellor. The Institute will process the application electronically. The central processor will calculate the Expected Family Contribution according to the Federal Needs Analysis. All information submitted to the central processor is subject to various edits. Students also have the option of filing the application on their own by using FAFSA on the Internet, or mailing the application via regular mail.

Students have the option to obtain their own PIN and file the application on their own by using the U.S. Department of Education FREE Application for Federal Student Aid Web Site or mailing the application via regular mail.

http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/

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