Office of Student Financial Assistance
Office Hours: Summer 2017 (9:00AM to 5:00PM daily)
New Location: Millican Hall, Room 107

Resource Description
The Knights Academic Resource Services (KARS) Provides UCF students a one-stop virtual experience geared towards academic success.
fastWeb This is a FREE financial aid scholarship search service.
FinAid Provides a source for information and links to other sources of information about financial aid.
College is Possible Provides information on preparing for college, choosing the right college and paying for college.
NASFAA (National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators) Lists various financial aid resources of interest to students and parents.
College Board Online Provides links to additional financial aid resources.
Selective Service On-Line Registration Provides a means for students to register for the Selective Service on-line.
U.S. Department of Education Provides information on student financial assistance programs and services.
Florida Department of Education Provides information about educational issues in the state of Florida. This include information about financial aid, school information, and much more. Provides a way to download IRS forms and publications.
Scholarship Scams Information regarding scholarship scams
College Related IRS Publications Provides information on the Hope Scholarship Tax Credit, Lifetime Learning Tax Credit, Education IRAs and Student Loan Interest Deduction.
Student Guide Provides information about student financial assistance for the academic year.
National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) Gives students access to information about any Title IV aid they have received.
The National College Finance Center (NCFC) The NCFC website provides a free, unbiased resource to help educate students and families on how to evaluate their options for financing a college education.
Student Care Services Provides guidance, resources and referrals for UCF students experiencing distressing situations.
Foster Youth Development Transitioning to Adulthood: Prospective College Students