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Financial Aid & Student Services
Financial Services Office

Key College is committed to providing the most comprehensive financial aid package a student is eligible to receive. Key College offers scholarships and employer scholarships. They also participate in Title IV Federal Financial Assistance, as well as the State of Florida Financial Assistance program. This includes federal grants, federal loans and state grants & scholarships. Some other types of aid are outside scholarships, private loans, FL Prepaid, and tuition reimbursement. Key College also offers institutional scholarships.

Please feel free to visit www.fafsa.ed.gov and file an application, the Federal school code is 015191 . Please be sure to have your Personal Identification Number (PIN) prior to filing your FAFSA. If you do not have a pin number or you have misplaced it, visit www.pin.ed.gov to apply for one , or request a duplicate pin number.

Listed below are a few types of financial assistance offered:

Pell Grant
SEOG Grant
ACG Grant
Florida Student Assistance Grant
Bright Futures Scholarship
 
Direct Subsidized
Direct Unsubsidized Loans
Institutional Scholarships
Employer Scholarships
 
* Financial aid is available for those students who qualify.
 

Net Price Calculator

In accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), we present the below net price calculator to provide estimated net price information to current and prospective students and their families based on a student's individual circumstances.

Key College Net Price Calculators by Course:

Scholarships

Key College High School scholarships are offered on both merit and program commitment. To qualify the High School student must be:

  • Senior Graduating in 2014 and have received a minimum C.G.P.A  of  3.0
  • Submit a 250 word typed essay describing career interests and program pursuit
  • Submit (2) letters of recommendation by either a Teacher, Guidance Counselor, Principal, Community Leader or Religious Leader
  • Accepted to Key College (i.e. All Acceptance Criteria requirements are met)
Key College also has Institutional scholarships for nontraditional students changing careers that are based on both merit and financial need, and determined once a valid FAFSA has been completed. The scholarship award is contingent upon meeting several criteria successfully, including maintaining a 3.0 cumulative average each term. 

*Please make an appointment with an Admissions Specialist for further information.

Veterans Affairs Office - Key College is a Military Friendly School

Key College recognizes the invaluable services of our servicemen and women that serve to protect our country, and is approved by the State Approving Agency to participate in Veteran Training. Some of these programs are:

Montgomery G.I. Bill,
Chapter #33,
VEAP
 
Chapter #35,
Chapter #1606
 
Additional information may be available in the VA Services Office. Additionally, t he state of Florida provides educational opportunities for dependent children of deceased or permanently disabled veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces through the Scholarships for Children of Deceased or Disabled Veterans. Please visit www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org for more information.

Prospective students interested in learning more about their eligibility and benefits need to speak with an Admissions Specialist , and then meet with the VA representative. VA students can visit www.gibill.va.gov for additional information and frequently asked questions.

* Veteran students interested in setting an appointment must bring their DD-214 member 4 copy with them and speak with an Admissions Specialist .

International Student Office

International students are an important part of the Key College community. We are prepared to assist International students to understand their rights, responsibilities and enhance their multicultural experiences while studying at Key College. In a response to the events of 9/11 the United States of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) implemented regulations to better monitor international students in the United States . Those regulations included an internet based tracking system, the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS). SEVIS requires schools to regularly report changes in a student's academic standing, address and immigration status. Please visit http://www.ice.gov/sevis/students/index.htm for additional information on how to apply as an M-1 student. Please speak with an Admissions Specialist , and then meet with the International Student Advisor.

*Key College does accept transfer students that previously held F-1 visa status. International students must provide proof of financial support.

Registrar

Requesting an Official Transcript

Transcript requests can be made in person, by fax, or by mail (fax number and mailing address are below). In all instances, the student's signature, and a copy of government issued ID is required for release and we are therefore unable to accept emailed requests.

Transcripts can take 4 to 5 business days to process at a fee of $ 6.00 per copy (official or unofficial).

All financial hold(s) must be cleared before a student's transcript request can be processed.

If you are mailing or faxing a transcript request, please use our Transcript Request Form . Please print, complete, sign, and either mail or fax the form to the Registrar's office.

Registrar's Office:
Key College
Attention: Registrar
225 E. Dania Beach Blvd. Dania Beach , FL 33004
Phone: (954) 923-4440 Fax: (954) 923-9226


Privacy Policy:
All academic, personal or financial information provided to Key College is considered confidential and will not be released without written permission from an applicant or student.
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