New Parents

Congratulations! Your little one is smiling, babbling, crawling or walking. You can already see the future engineer as she stacks her blocks or gourmet chef as he covers himself in dinner, again! No matter what their future holds, we can help you prepare.

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Parents

It's never too late save! Whether your child is in Kindergarten or high school, we have a college savings plan that fits.
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Family & Friends

You can help the special little (or big) kids in your life be prepared for the future too.
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Students

Not sure how to use your Prepaid Plan or what's covered? Don’t worry, we have all the answers.
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In The Know
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    It's no secret that tuition is skyrocketing and it won't be coming down anytime soon. When trying to save for a price that's always on the rise, the best strategy is... Read More

  • Mixed Messages – What Should I Really Save For?
    The average college student graduates with around $27,000 in student loan debt. This is considered a manageable amount of debt, considering that the degree they’ve... Read More

  • Prepaid Enrollment is Over, Saving for College Isn’t
    Did you miss Open Enrollment? Well, don’t worry about missing out on college savings. We still have a plan to help you start saving today! Read More

  • America Saves Week!
    In honor of America Saves Week, we here at the Florida Prepaid College Program would like to take the time to reiterate the importance that saving for your child’s education now could have on their future. Read More

  • Can Students Still Work to Pay for College?
    The truth is, many students do have part-time jobs and work summers, but the hefty cost of attending college still leaves them with bills to pay. According to a study by PBS, the last school-year a student could have feasibly paid for college with their earnings was... Read More

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