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Get the facts on paying for college. If the Financial Aid Office says I'm not eligible for Federal Financial Aid, can Complete Florida help? If you are not eligible for Federal Financial Aid due to Satisfactory Progress: Maximum Time Limit, Completion Ratio or GPA, you are still eligible to apply for a Complete Florida scholarship. 9999 View
Get the facts on paying for college. Are Scholarships available through Complete Florida? Yes. Complete Florida offers scholarships to degree-seeking students and you are eligible for one scholarship per term. You must meet scholarship requirements and submit a separate application and short essay each term. Your Complete Florida Coach will help you meet eligibility requirements. 9999 View
Get the facts on paying for college. Why do I have to provide my Driver's License and issue date? You must provide a current driver’s license to prove residency and be eligible for in-state tuition. 9999 View
Get the facts on paying for college. Am I required to pay another application fee if I'm going back to my previous institution? No. If you already paid the application fee as a degree-seeking students, you are not required to pay the application fee again; in that case students are considered as a readmit to their previous institution. 9999 View
Learn the details on the admissions process. Can I be denied admission if I go through Complete Florida? Applying through Complete Florida does not give student preferential treatment to admissions requirements. 9999 View
Learn the details on the admissions process. Do I have to supply immunization records as an online student? Each partner institution has its own policy related to immunization and online programs. Most partner institutions allow students to request a waiver of immunization requirements as an online student. Complete Florida's recommends providing immunization records, if readily available, to allow the option of taking an on campus course. 9999 View
Learn the details on the admissions process. Can some of my work or life experience be evaluated as part of my degree? Each partner institution has a policy for awarding credit for work and life experience. Your Complete Florida Coach can work with you to identify opportunities and partner institutions where work and/or life experiences could potentially be used to accelerate time to degree completion. 9999 View
Learn the details on the admissions process. Will I have to take SAT or ACT to be admitted? If you have earned less than 60 hours of transfer coursework, you may be required to provide test scores as part of the admissions process. 9999 View
Learn the details on the admissions process. I'm an adult. Why are you asking about High School? If you have earned less than 60 hours of transfer coursework, you may be required to provide high school transcripts as part of the admissions process. 9999 View
Learn the details on the admissions process. Do I have to live in Florida to be part of Complete Florida? No, since Complete Florida serves the military population, you may live outside of Florida but you must be considered a Florida resident to be eligible for in-state tuition. 9999 View
Learn the details on the admissions process. Do I have to be a U.S. citizen to be eligible for Complete Florida? No, you don’t have to be a U.S. citizen but you must be a Florida resident to be eligible for in-state tuition. 9999 View
Learn the details on the admissions process. If I'm in default on student loan, can Complete Florida help? A Complete Florida Coach can help you return to school which may allow you to request a deferment from the Department of Education and get out of default. 9999 View
Learn the details on the admissions process. If I owe money to my previous school, can Complete Florida help me get my transcripts? A Complete Florida Coach can help you order an official or unofficial transcript but Complete Florida doesn’t offer financial assistance for past debt if the previous institution will not release a transcript due to an outstanding balance. 9999 View
Learn the details on the admissions process. Can Complete Florida access my transcripts from previous institutions? No. Although the Complete Florida application requests permission to access your transcript, you must provide official transcripts as part of the admissions process. 9999 View
Learn how Complete Florida supports military members and their families. When was Complete Florida Military launched? Complete Florida Military was launched in 2015. 9999 View
Learn how Complete Florida supports military members and their families. Who manages Complete Florida Military? Complete Florida Military is managed by the Innovation Institute at the University of West Florida. 9999 View
Learn how Complete Florida supports military members and their families. How is the admissions process different under Complete Florida Military? To streamline the admissions process, one standard application is used by all participating colleges and universities. Students can apply to more than one school using the same application. 9999 View
Learn how Complete Florida supports military members and their families. Is the quality of education the same for online and on-campus degrees? Yes, the quality of education is the same for degrees, whether earned online or on-campus. While instruction is delivered differently, all students are held to the same high expectations for learning. 9999 View
Learn how Complete Florida supports military members and their families. What types of degrees are offered through Complete Florida Military? Complete Florida colleges and universities offer multiple types of degrees including:

Associate of Science (two-year degree programs requiring 60 credits)
Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Applied Science (four-year degree programs requiring a minimum of 120 credits)
Certificates
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Learn how Complete Florida supports military members and their families. How are Complete Florida Military degree programs different than other degree programs? All of the degree programs offered by Complete Florida Military are 100%, fully online. Unlike traditional degree programs, students may earn college credit for the knowledge and skills gained through work and military experience. 9999 View
Learn how Complete Florida supports military members and their families. What is the role of a Complete Florida Military Coach? Complete Florida Military provides a personal coach to help each and every student navigate the process of starting or returning to school as an adult. Coaches help students complete their application, select a degree or certificate, and choose a college or university. After students return to college, coaches stay with them through graduation, helping to keep them on track and on time toward earning a degree. 9999 View
Learn how Complete Florida supports military members and their families. Does Complete Florida Military award degrees? No. Degrees are awarded by accredited public and private colleges and universities in Florida that partner with Complete Florida Military. 9999 View
Learn how Complete Florida supports military members and their families. Why does Florida want more college graduates? By 2018, nearly 60% of jobs in Florida will require some education beyond a high school diploma. To meet the growing demand for an educated workforce, Florida must produce more graduates with degrees and certificates. 9999 View
Learn how Complete Florida supports military members and their families. What is Complete Florida Military? Complete Florida Military is a service provided by the state of Florida to help Florida’s active duty service members, National Guard/Reserve and veterans, as well as their families, go to or return to college and earn their degree. Complete Florida provides funding for scholarships as well as concierge-based coaching and assistance in navigating military benefits. 9999 View
Find out if Complete Florida is right for you. Who is defined as a military dependent? A military dependent is a spouse or child of service member, who are listed as dependents on military orders to receive military benefits. Children must be under age of 26. 9999 View
Find out if Complete Florida is right for you. Can I work on second Bachelors or Graduate degree? If you are in the military, you and your dependents are eligible for a second bachelor’s degree from Complete Florida. Graduate degrees are not available through Complete Florida. Individuals seeking a graduate degree can visit www.FloridaShines.org for information. 9999 View
Find out if Complete Florida is right for you. Will a Complete Florida Coach help me find a job or career? Your Complete Florida Coach will provide career counseling. Your Coach will help you align your interests with you career aspirations and develop a plan to achieve your career goals. Your Coach will help you understand the preparation required for a particular career and learn about the day-to-day work in a given profession. Your coach will also help you avoid setting career goals that conflict with your interests, such as avoiding healthcare if you dislike science or avoiding accounting if you dislike math. 9999 View
Find out if Complete Florida is right for you. Will a Complete Florida Coach help me pick a degree or school? Your Complete Florida Coach will give you information about institutions and degree programs but where you go and what degree you pursue is your decision. 9999 View
Find out if Complete Florida is right for you. Why is it better to apply through Complete Florida rather than directly to the school? When you apply through Complete Florida, you get one-on-one support from a Complete Florida Coach. Your Complete Florida Coach will provide you with a variety of resources to help you succeed – everything from information about academic policies and requirements to accurate, prompt, high-quality student service from admissions to graduation. 9999 View
Find out if Complete Florida is right for you. Will my entire program be online? Yes. All programs offered through Complete Florida are 100% online. However, students may choose to take a course on campus at one of our partner institutions. 9999 View
Find out if Complete Florida is right for you. Am I eligible for Complete Florida? If you successfully completed college-level coursework in multiple semesters but left the institution, in good standing, before completing your degree, you are eligible for Complete Florida. If you completed vocational or competency-based education courses, you may also be eligible for Complete Florida. The initiative gives priority to veterans and active duty members of the United States Armed Forces. 9999 View