Financial Aid

Location

Financial Aid Office

Adult and Career Services Center

5410 North 20th Street

Tampa, FL  33610

813-231-1907

 

Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Brewster Technical College offers a wide range of financial aid to full-time students who qualify. Financial Aid Advisors are available to assist in exploring these many options. 

Students receiving Title IV Federal Assistance are required to have a valid high school diploma or GED from a regionally accredited or approved nationally accredited institution.

Apply for Financial Aid

  1. Complete online application www.fafsa.gov
     a. Brewster Technical College School Code: 015158
  2. Contact a Financial Aid Advisor – 813.231.1907
  3. Provide Verification documents (if applicable)

"Other Funding Options"-- depending on eligibility

 

Note: Student Loans are not available at this site 

Scholarship Opportunity:

My name’s Victor Mays and I am the founder of OutdoorStack. I just wanted to let you know about a scholarship opportunity for students of Brewster Technical College.My name’s Victor Mays and I am the founder of OutdoorStack. I just wanted to let you know about a scholarship opportunity for students of Brewster Technical College. DetailsWe are now accepting applications for our Third Annual Financial Aid Program. Each year we award a scholarship to one student passionate about outdoor activities.  Requirements1. Must currently be a student of Brewster Technical College.2. Must be currently enrolled as a full-time, part-time, or online education student.3. Students of all majors are encouraged to apply. AwardOne winner of a $1500 scholarship. Here is the link where students can apply: https://outdoorstack.com/finaid

Consumer Information

http://www.brewster.edu/financial_aid/consumerinfo.pdf

Net Price Calculator

For an estimate of your college costs at Brewster Technical College, click the link below for the Net Price Calculator

http://www.brewster.edu/financial_aid/npcalc.htm

SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS (SAP)

Brewster Technical College is a clock hour school. Federal Regulation mandates that students attend all the hours of each Pell Grant Payment Period to be eligible for additional funding eligibility. Students must also maintain a minimum of “C” to remain eligible for Federal Aid. Students will be evaluated after 450 clock hours or half of their program length if the program is less than 900 clock hours.

  • Your SAP is reported at the first payment time by your instructor.
  • If your SAP status is checked by your instructor as On Probation:
  1. You are no longer eligible for the Pell Grant
  2. No further charges will be made on your Pell account until your instructor informs financial aid in writing that you are no longer on probation.
  3. If you are not cleared by your instructor by the payment deadline (3 weeks before scheduled payment), no Pell grant will be disbursed in that payment period – and you may owe Brewster for institutional charges.
  4. As a reminder, you cannot get your certificate until your account is cleared.

Two SAP Requirements – Quantitative and Qualitative

  • Qualitative Requirement
    • Maintain a 2.0 GPA

 

  • Quantitative Requirement
    • A student must complete all hours in the first payment period to be eligible for continued funding.
    • Any student completing all hours in a program but not gaining a certificate will not be eligible for more financial aid in that program.
    • Maintaining progress towards earning a certificate
      • Attending remediation
      • Successfully passing TABE
    • Attendance based on the program requirements
      • Each instructor may establish attendance standards for students

Appeal of Probation:

 The student may write a letter of appeal explaining extenuating circumstances to be considered by the Assistant Principal, Instructor, and Financial Aid Director.  Only one appeal may be considered by the school.

Federal Work Study (FWS) and Florida Work Study (FWEP)

If you are determined eligible for FWS and/or FWEP, Brewster provides both Work Study Opportunities.  

  • In order to receive Federal Work Study opportunities, the student must be eligible for the Pell Grant.   
  • In order to receive Florida Work Study, the student must meet the criteria set by the State of Florida.  Click on the FWEP Fact Sheet to view complete criteria.

Students must apply for work study by contacting Heather Fox at 813.276.5448 and by completing an application.  Applications are submitted to the district, and background issues are considered as a condition of employment.

To contact Financial Aid about Work Study Opportunities, please call 813.231.1907.

Financial Aid Verification Documents

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Brewster
Technical College
2222 North Tampa Street
Tampa, FL 33602

 

CASAS and TABE TESTING:

Appointments must be made in person
Please call for information, 813-276-5464
Photo ID Required
SS Card Requested
Testing Fee: $10 cash only


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About Brewster

Brewster Technical College is a public post-secondary technical college that is part of Hillsborough County Public Schools. Brewster Technical College offers hands-on learning that provides the relevant training and job skills required by business and industry.  In addition, Brewster Technical College offers adult basic education (GED, English language acquisition and Applied Academics for Adult Education).

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