Edison State College offers students hundreds of unique scholarship opportunities! From aspiring nurses and business leaders to fine arts students and working parents, many students find a scholarship to help offset college costs. Below please find an overview of the many types of scholarships offered along with links to more information.


The Presidential Scholarship Program – $3,000 for up to two years!
Click here for the complete details and a printable application.

Students of Promise Scholarship Program – $2,000 for up to two years!
Click here for complete details and a printable application.

Living and Learning Scholarship – Available to eligible students living in on-campus housing. Click here for complete details and application.

The Edison State College Foundation

The Edison State College Foundation offers more than 200 unique scholarship opportunities each semester thanks to the generosity of supporters. All students need to do is fill out one application! If there is a match between the applicant and one of the scholarship eligibility requirements the student will be contacted with more information and details. Click here for a complete list of scholarships offered through the Edison State College Foundation.

Click here to apply for Edison State College Foundation Scholarships!

Institutional Scholarships

Institutional scholarships are offered through Edison State College, some require a separate application. Click the links below for full details.

Bright Futures

The Florida Department of Education or high school guidance counselors can answer questions about initial eligibility for Bright Futures.

Current or incoming students who are Bright Futures recipients, please contact
, Student Scholarship Specialist with questions.

Scholarship Partners

Many community partners, organizations and businesses also offer scholarships to Edison State College students. Click here for details about and applications to scholarship opportunities offered through Edison Partners.

Scholarship Search Information

Some of the best sources of scholarship information are available through free online search services. Click here for more search information.

Additional Recommendations

  • Talk to your High School Guidance Counselor about scholarships
  • Talk to organizations you have volunteered for to see if they have any available funding opportunities.
  • If you are working ask if your employer offers tuition reimbursement or any funding toward your education.

With a rich variety of scholarships available, it is important to remember the application processes, requirements, and deadlines may be very different. Most scholarships require students complete and submit an Admissions Application to Edison State College and a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) www.fafsa.ed.gov prior to consideration. The earlier you begin your scholarship research, the more opportunities you will discover.