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The following colleges and universities have already confirmed their attendance:

Air Force ROTC 

Marines ROTC 

Barry University 

Bryant University 

Champlain College 

Florida Gulf Coast University 

Florida International University 

Harvard University 

Johnson C. Smith University 

Manhattan College 

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science 

Miami Dade Honors College 

New College of Florida 

Pitzer College 

Savannah College of Art and Design 

Stetson University 

University of Alabama 

 U.S. Army ROTC 

Art Instruction Schools 

Baylor University 

Colby College 

Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising 

Florida Institute of Technology 

Florida Memorial University 

Johnson and Wales 

Keiser University 

Manhattan Marymount College 

Miami Dade College -Biology & Engineering Programs 

Miami Dade College Medical Campus 

Nova Southeastern University 

SAE Institute 

St. Thomas University 

United States Military Academy West Point 

University of Central Florida 



Financial Aid and Information

Click HERE to find a very information financial aid presentation created by Mr. Raymond Hix, Associate Dean of Enrollment Management and Executive Director of Financial Aid.

How Much Will a College Expect You to Pay? By: Lynn O'Shaunessy

You can't possibly answer that question unless you know what your Estimated Family Contribution  or EFC is.

An EFC is the amount of money, at a minimum, that a college will expect you to pay for one year of your child's college education. Often times you will have to pay more than your stated EFC unless you're attending an elite school with excellent financial aid packages.

Your EFC will be expressed as a dollar amount. A low-income family could have an EFC that's as low as $0. There is no ceiling as to how high the EFC can be for wealthy families. The highest I've ever seen was about $108,000 for a family where the father was a CEO. Obviously, $108,000 is way above the price of one year's costs at any college.

How To Obtain Your EFC:

Getting advance notice is better than waiting until your child receives his or her financial aid packages in the spring of her senior year in high school. I think families should obtain their EFC as early as a child's freshman year in high school. Here are two calculators that you can use to obtain your EFC.

College Board's EFC Calculator

FinAid's EFC Calculator

Here is some of the information that you'll need to use the calculators:

•             Number of children in college.

•             Marital status of parents.

•             Adjusted gross income.

•             Non-retirement investments.

•             Income taxes paid for most recent calendar year.