Report Private Scholarships
Students must report any scholarships from outside sources including their high school, community, civic, and professional associations and other programs.
Students should not report scholarships received from Florida Bright Futures, the University of Central Florida (UCF) colleges, departments, and alumni association using this form. These scholarships will be reported directly to the Office of Student Financial Assistance (SFA) by those respective areas.
Submit the “Report Private Scholarships” form within 10 days of receiving a non-UCF scholarship check or scholarship award notification/letter.
Scholarship checks sent to the student:
A. If the scholarship check is payable to both UCF and the student:
Complete and submit the Report Private Scholarships Form, sign the back of the check and deliver the check to the UCF Office of Student Financial Assistance Room 107.
B. If the scholarship check is payable to the student only:
Complete and submit the Report Private Scholarships Form, sign the back of the check and deliver the check to the UCF Office of Student Financial Assistance, Room 107.
Priority Dates for Reporting Private Scholarships
For reported scholarship(s) to appear as estimated aid for the purpose of Tuition and Fee and/or On-Campus Housing Deferments, Student Financial Assistance must receive the Report Private Scholarships Form along with a copy of each official scholarship letter/email notification (if available) from the organization/agency by:
As Soon As Possible – for the upcoming Fall term
November 1– for the approaching Spring term
Report Private Scholarships Forms submitted after the above dates will be processed, but Student Financial Assistance cannot guarantee the awards will be added to the student’s award prior to the start of the respective term.
Failure to report scholarships from outside sources
Failure to report outside financial aid awards (i.e. scholarships) could result in reduction or cancellation of financial aid administered by Student Financial Assistance. Federal and state regulations state that a student cannot receive scholarships and other need-based financial aid in excess of their financial need. Regulations also state that the combined amount of a student’s aid cannot exceed their cost of attendance if the student also receives any institutional, federal, or state aid.
If you have questions regarding your financial aid award, please contact the Office of Student Financial Assistance at (407) 823-2827, or by email at email@example.com.