Today’s workforce is competitive, and tomorrow’s will be even more so. The 2-Year Florida College Plan allows you to set your child up with a practical, affordable path to entering his/her chosen career with an associate’s degree or trade certification—and a decided advantage over those with only a high school diploma. Should they choose to go for a four-year degree instead, every cent of the value of this plan, like all of our plans, can be applied at any university or college nationwide.
The 2-Year Florida College Plan covers tuition and other specified fees for 60 lower division credit hours at a Florida College. This plan offers your child the opportunity to earn an associate’s degree or trade certification in any number of fields, and is an excellent springboard to a fulfilling career or further education. Plus, a student earning an associate’s degree at one of the 28 Florida Colleges is guaranteed admission to one of Florida’s 12 State Universities.
Here is what you’ll need to enroll:
The 2-Year Florida College Plan is designed to be used at a Florida College, but the amount covered by this plan can also be applied to other schools nationwide. Also, other important flexibility considerations include:
The 2-Year Florida College Plan is designed to be used for 60 lower division credit hours at a Florida College, but the amount covered by the plan can also be applied to State Universities, or other schools – nationwide.
Absolutely. An associate’s degree will give your child a decided advantage when applying for jobs over those with just a high school diploma. And two years is also enough to earn several technical certifications that can lead to fulfilling careers.
By signing up for a 2-Year Florida College Plan now, you’ve helped them to take care of 60 lower division credit hours at a Florida College, meaning they are that much close closer to their 4-year degree.
Remaining credit hours in the 2-Year Florida College Plan can be used for additional undergraduate courses, transferred to an eligible family member of the child, or refunded to the Account Owner.
Absolutely. The plans work well together. For example, a Florida 529 Savings Plan could be used to pay for books, a computer, room & board, and other qualified higher education expenses, while the Florida Prepaid College Plan pays tuition and other specified fees at one of 28 Florida Colleges.