Who is Eligible and When to Apply
The Student Financial Affairs Office at Criser Hall on the main campus of the University of Florida coordinates and processes financial aid applications for Pell Grants, Direct Student Loans, Perkin Loans, Plus Loans, Florida State Grants, etc. This office can be contacted by calling (352) 392-1275. You should apply for federal aid by using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in October of the calendar before you begin pharmacy school (example: submit the FAFSA in October 2016 if applying for 2017 admission) The UF-Student Financial Aid deadline date used when awarding federal and institutional need-based gift aid is December 15th. We must receive the results of your FAFSA with a valid EFC (Expected Family Contribution) by December 15th for you to be considered “on time.”
The College of Pharmacy financial aid officer is Myra Edwards. Her office is located in the HPNP building in room G-208. She may be contacted at 352-273-6202.
For more information on applying for aid, please visit the University of Florida Office for Student Financial Affairs. You may also watch Alicia Keaton’s infosession, that addresses many of the financial aid issues pharmacy students will face.
After the first professional year in the College of Pharmacy, additional financial aid from several pharmacy sources is available for students in satisfactory academic standing.
- Financial Aid Timeline- When to apply
- Financial Aid and Awards Handbook
- Tuition and Fees for 2015-2016
- UF Student Financial Affairs
- UF Bursar
- Financial Aid Counselor
- NIH Loan Repayment Program
The Financial Aid Handbook lists all college scholarships, awards and loans. The application to apply for the scholarships listed in the handbook becomes available every October. An email will be sent to let the students know when it is posted.
Click here for the Wells Fargo MedCap After School financing information.
Click here to visit the College of Pharmacy Career Network.