Florida – University and College List

The following is a list of Universities in the state of Florida:

  • Adventist University of Health Sciences
  • Ave Maria University
  • The Baptist College of Florida
  • Barry University
  • Beacon College
  • Bethune-Cookman University
  • Carlos Albizu University–Miami Campus
  • Clearwater Christian College (closed 05 June 2015)
  • DeVry University–Orlando
  • Eckerd College
  • Edward Waters College
  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • Everglades University
  • Flagler College
  • Florida College
  • Florida College System (4-year campuses)
    • Broward College
    • Chipola College
    • College of Central Florida
    • Daytona State College
    • Eastern Florida State College
    • Florida Gateway College
    • Florida SouthWestern State College
    • Florida State College at Jacksonville
    • Gulf Coast State College
    • Indian River State College
    • Lake-Sumter State College
    • Miami Dade College
    • Northwest Florida State College
    • Palm Beach State College
    • Pensacola State College
    • Polk State College
    • Saint Johns River State College
    • Saint Petersburg College
    • Santa Fe College
    • Seminole State College of Florida
    • South Florida State College
    • State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota
    • Valencia College
  • Florida Institute of Technology
  • Florida Memorial University
  • Florida National University
  • Florida Southern College
  • Hobe Sound Bible College
  • Hodges University
  • Jacksonville University
  • Johnson University Florida
  • Keiser University
  • Lynn University
  • Miami International University of Art & Design
  • Northwood University
  • Nova Southeastern University
  • Palm Beach Atlantic University
  • Rasmussen College
  • Ringling College of Art & Design
  • Rollins College
  • Saint John Vianney College Seminary
  • Saint Leo University
  • Saint Thomas University
  • Saint Vincent de Paul Regional Seminary
  • South Florida Bible College & Theological Seminary
  • Southeastern University
  • State University System of Florida
    • Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University
    • Florida Atlantic University
    • Florida Gulf Coast University
    • Florida International University
    • Florida State University
    • New College of Florida
    • University of Central Florida
    • University of Florida
    • University of North Florida
    • University of South Florida System
      • University of South Florida
      • University of South Florida Saint Petersburg
      • University of South Florida Sarasota–Manatee
    • University of West Florida
  • Stetson University
  • Trinity College of Florida
  • University of Miami
  • University of Tampa
  • Warner University
  • Webber International University

List of Community Colleges in the state of Florida:

  • Florida College System (2-year campuses)
    • Florida Keys Community College
    • Hillsborough Community College
    • North Florida Community College
    • Pasco-Hernando State College
    • Tallahassee Community College

Financial Aid & Scholarship info for Florida Students:

Students who are residents of Florida pay significantly lower tuition at state colleges and universities than students from other states. The average in-state tuition for a state university in Florida is $6,336 for 30 credit hours. Tuition at state colleges is about two-thirds the amount of tuition at state universities.

To be eligible for in-state tuition, students or their parents must have established and maintained legal residency in Florida for at least 12 consecutive months before the first day of the term. Unless proven otherwise, students who are 24 or older are considered independent and must provide their own documentation to demonstrate residency. Students under the age of 24 are considered dependent on their parents and must provide documentation from their parents to demonstrate residency. Students who are under the age of 24 can demonstrate independence by:

  1. Providing 50% or more of their own support and filing their taxes as an independent,
  2. Being married,
  3. Being a veteran of the United States military, or
  4. Being a ward of the court.
  • Florida Student Assistance Grant 

The Florida Student Assistance Grant (FSAG) Program is a need-based grant program available to degree-seeking, resident, undergraduate students who demonstrate substantial financial need and are enrolled in participating postsecondary institutions.

• The Florida Public Student Assistance Grant is available to students who attend
state universities and Florida colleges (public community colleges).
• The Florida Private Student Assistance Grant is available to students who attend
eligible private, non-profit, four-year colleges and universities.
• The Florida Postsecondary Student Assistance Grant is available to students who
attend eligible degree-granting private colleges and universities not eligible under
the Florida Private Student Assistance Grant.
• The Florida Public Postsecondary Career Education Student Assistance Grant
(FSAG-CE) is available to students who attend eligible and participating Florida
colleges (public community colleges) or career centers operated by district school
boards. See the separate fact sheet for additional information regarding the FSAGCE
program.

The Talented Twenty Program provides priority FSAG funding for eligible high school
students. Talented Twenty students should contact the financial aid office for FSAG
eligibility and priority funding. Additional information about Talented Twenty is
available at http://www.fldoe.org/Talented20/.

  • Benacquisto Scholarship Program 

The Benacquisto Scholarship Program is a merit scholarship for 2013-14 Florida high
school graduates and thereafter who receive recognition as a National Merit® Scholar.
Eligible scholars will receive an award equal to the institutional cost of attendance
minus the sum of Bright Futures and the National Merit® award. An initial
application is not required

  • Rosewood Family Scholarship Program

The Rosewood Family Scholarship Program was created to provide student financial
assistance for a maximum of 50 eligible students who attend a state university,
Florida college (public community college), or public postsecondary vocationaltechnical
school. Eligible students must be direct descendants of Rosewood
families affected by the historical incidents of January 1923. Applicants are required
to supply the descendant information on the Florida Financial Aid Application for
verification. Funds for the Rosewood Family Scholarship are contingent each year
upon the appropriations made available to the Office of Student Financial Assistance
(OSFA) by the Florida Legislature

  • Bright Futures Scholarships

Bright Futures Scholarships are awarded, based primarily on academic achievement, to recent Florida high school graduates who are pursuing an undergraduate degree at a public college or university in the state. Scholarship amounts vary based on GPA, scores on college entrance exams, community service hours and other factors.

Evaluations are based on information from your school district and the Florida Department of Education. You should verify your information and your eligibility with your school counselor. more on Florida student aid