Financial Aid


This guide provides several tuition assistance resources and is not a conclusive list. Please note some financial aid options have restrictions. It is recommended you speak with an FTC Financial Aid counselor to gain a better understanding of your options.


What is FAFSA? FAFSA stands for “Free Application for Federal Student Aid.” Not only is it important to complete the FAFSA for the purposes of applying for Federal Aid for “Pell Approved” programs, but it can also be a factor in scholarship applications and a requirement for several funding sources.

How do I apply for Federal Aid through FAFSA?

Step 1: Get Your FSA ID Here. NOTE: If you are a dependent student or under the age of 25, your parents/guardians will also need a FSA ID.

Step 2: Complete Your FAFSA Online. FTC’s Federal School Code is 041583. You may also enter additional school codes during your application. NOTE: If you filed tax returns, use the “Link to IRS” tab to directly download your tax information into your application.

If you do not have a computer, you may use one in our media center or your local library. If you need assistance with your online application or FSA ID, please call 800-433-3243.

Step 3: Schedule a Financial Aid Appointment: After meeting with our registrar to complete the registration process, contact FTC’s Financial Aid Specialist at 386-447-4345 x1199 to begin processing your FAFSA. The Financial Specialist will review your application and advise you of verification requirements or any other information pertaining to your FAFSA. Request your tax return transcripts online or by calling 800-908-9946. Only accepted students will be awarded and provided financial aid documents. DEADLINE FOR COMPLETION OF THE FINANCIAL AID PROCESS IS TWO WEEKS PRIOR TO THE START OF THE PROGRAM IN WHICH YOU ARE ENROLLED.

FTC Scholarship

The Flagler Technical College (FTC) Scholarship is a scholarship fund dedicated to helping local students be successful through local career & technical education. The scholarship is funded by proceeds generated from the Flagler Home & Lifestyle Show, FTC fundraising events, and charitable contributions. The FTC Scholarship award amounts vary depending on available funding and the financial need of the applicant. Awards will only cover a portion of a qualifying student’s tuition/materials expenses. All awards are based on the scholarship committee’s approval.

How do I apply for the FTC Scholarship? Request a copy of the application from our Financial Aid Specialist. Please read all rules and instructions carefully. Only fully completed applications will be accepted for review.


NFCAA is “…dedicated to establishing mutually beneficial partnerships that connect families to available resources, stabilize vulnerable households, and promote healthy families and communities. NFCAA has demonstrated effectiveness in producing outcomes in the lives of low-income people and the communities in which they live.” Part of NFCAA's program to promote self-sustainability involves career education including assistance with funding FTC career and adult education students who qualify for their program.

How do I apply for NFCAA’s program? NFCAA can be contacted here.

FLAGLER COUNTY OFFICE: 700 East Moody Blvd Suite #4, Bunnell, FL 32110

Phone: 386-313-2506 (reference interest in attending a program with FTC)


CareerSource provides recruitment-related services, human resource information, and training opportunities to businesses and job seekers in our community. CareerSource offers a scholarship for qualified individuals obtaining marketable skills to fuel Florida’s economy.

How do I apply for CareerSource funding and benefits? CareerSource can be contacted here.

Daytona Beach Center Speedway Business Plaza
359 Bill France Blvd Daytona Beach, FL 32114
MondayFriday 8:00 am4:00 pm Phone: 386-323-7001

Palm Coast Center
20 Airport Road, Suite E Palm Coast, FL 32164
MondayFriday 8:00 am4:00 pm Phone: 386-586-5169

Florida Governor’s Council on Indian Affairs, Inc.
Employment & Training Assistance for American Indians/Native Americans, Native Alaskans, & Native Hawaiians

The Florida Governor’s Council on Indian Affairs, Inc. is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization that operates the Employment & Training Program as a Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Native American grantee through the U.S. Department of Labor. The organization is responsible for the allocation and distribution of this funding to economically disadvantaged, underemployed, or unemployed American Indians/Native American, Native Alaskans, and Native Hawaiians who are seeking training assistance within the states of Florida and Georgia.

How do I apply for employment & training assistance? The Florida Governor’s Council on Indian Affairs, Inc. is an independent area resource. For more information visit

Florida Governor’s Council on Indian Affairs, Inc.
Employment & Training Program
625 N. Adams St.
Tallahassee, FL 32301
[email protected]

Other Resources:

Veterans Affairs of Flagler/Volusia County

US Military Veterans may be eligible for a wide range of benefits through the VA. For more information on Education & Training benefits click here

Flagler County Veterans Services
1769 E. Moody Blvd., Building 2, Suite 108
Phone: 386-313-4014

Volusia County Veterans Services
250 N Beach St # 102, Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Phone: 386-254-4646

Vocational Rehabilitation
The Division of Vocational Rehabilitation mission is “to help people with disabilities find and maintain employment and enhance their independence." For more information click here.


Daytona Beach Unit 11A
210 N. Palmetto Ave., Suite 144 Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Phone: 386-615-6111

St. Johns/Putnam
St. Augustine Unit 08E
25 Deltona Blvd. Suite 3 St. Augustine, FL 32086
Phone: 904-797-6250

T.E.A.C.H. Scholarship

“Teacher Education and Compensation Helps” Early Childhood® Scholarship Program funded by the Florida Office of Early Learning provides scholarships for early care educators to work toward earning an associate and/or bachelor degree or credentials in early childhood education. For more information click here.

Other Scholarships & Grants: 
There are many scholarships and grants you can research and apply for independently. We encourage exploration of these resources to assist with funding your education. Listed below are a few resources to explore: