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Scholarship Opportunities at FSW

To be considered for all FSW institutional scholarships, students must

  • Apply to FSW and receive a student ID number.
  • Complete the Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each academic year and provide to the Financial Aid office any documents required for verification.
  • The FAFSA school code for all FSW campuses: 001477
  • Submit a completed FSW Scholarship Application each Academic Year

*If you are a student with a documented disability and need assistance with completing this application, please contact the Office of Adaptive Services at [email protected] or (239) 432‐7354

Students awarded a scholarship will receive an email, via their Bucs email, with further information. It is important to regularly check your student email as scholarships are awarded at various times throughout the academic year.

FSW awards a variety of unique scholarships each academic year through the fundraising efforts of the FSW Foundation and scholarship funds available through the Office of Financial Aid. Scholarship award amounts vary and are awarded based on several factors including, but not limited to, merit, financial need, major of study and/or other specifications set by donors/departments. You may search by keyword through an alphabetical list of All Institutional Scholarships available at FSW. Students are responsible for meeting all eligible requirements and submitting required admissions and financial aid documents, which may include submitting proof of Florida Residency for Tuition Purposes. Students not meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) or are no longer in Good Academic Standing will not be considered or remain eligible for FSW Scholarships.

FSW Dual Enrollment

Students interested in FSW DE for any acceptance period should visit the Dual Enrollment Home site for more information.

Florida International University Summer Camp

Camp Inspire is a virtual experience (using Zoom) that allows kids ages 6 – 13 to participate in experiments, meet real scientists, ask questions, attend virtual field trips and explore the natural world all from the safety of home. Spaces limited to 15 campers/session. This is a great opportunity for homeschool kids to engage with other students during the COVID-19 pandemic.

For schedules and more information, please:

For questions contact Analisa Duran, Education Outreach Program Coordinator
P: 786-556-2068 / E: [email protected]

Southwest Florida Creative Arts Academy

Private lessons designed to meet your learning style and level!

The Nature Conservancy

Free live webinar series that are great for middle school students as well as adult learners. Check the flyer included below for more details.

Family Crisis Resources

Parent Support Groups in English, Spanish and Creole

SalusCare is offering parent support groups on Mondays at 7pm with Laura Guarino through the Zoom app Groups are free and open to the community at large. To participate, log into Zoom and input the following information:

Meeting ID: 975 9545 3712
Password: 488302