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Explore Your Options

First, there’s the Florida Prepaid College Plan that allows you to select from options with specific costs, payment schedules and benefits. Each option is designed to be used at a Florida College or State University, but the amount covered by the plan can also be applied to other schools nationwide. Second, there’s the Florida 529 Savings Plan that allows you to choose from our investment options and to decide just how much and how often you contribute. You can have both plans. The biggest difference between the two is that the Florida 529 Savings Plan is subject to fluctuations in the financial markets, while the Florida Prepaid College Plan is guaranteed by the State of Florida. You can enroll in a Prepaid Plan now through February 28, 2017, and there is no payment due until April 20, 2017.


Let's find out how much your Prepaid Plan will cost.

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We project your child's year of enrollment in college will be: 
Based on child’s age/grade on or before September 1, 2016.
First payments (including lump sum) are due April 20, 2017. Final payment for the monthly payment plan is due October 20 of the child’s projected year of college enrollment.

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