Applying for Financial Aid?
Applying for financial aid is a multi–step process. Our web pages provide information you will need to know to successfully apply for financial aid and complete the process.
- FAFSA Video Tutorial
- FAFSA Frenzy
- Learn about Using Financial Aid for your Classes, Books & Supplies and Receiving a Refund
- Must Read Before you Withdraw from a Class while Receiving Financial Aid
- Pell Grant Calculator
- Net Price Calculator
- Consumer Information
- Scholarship Bulletin Board
- Financial Aid TV
At Valencia we provide financial aid services to you in the following ways:
Financial Aid Services Videos: Click on the Financial Aid TV icon to get short video answers to general questions about the financial aid application process, eligibility requirements, and information on federal programs.
Online: Information about Valencia’s financial aid programs, as well as copies of all required forms can be found on this website. Simply use the navigation bar and drop downs on the top of this page.
Atlas Online: All admitted students are assigned an Atlas account accessible at atlas.valenciacollege.edu. Access to your confidential financial aid status can be obtained from your Valencia Atlas account. Log into Atlas using your PIN. Click on the Student Tab, then click on Financial Aid found under STUDENT RESOURCES, then click on My Financial Aid.
Connect with Financial Aid
Visit the Virtual Answer Center:
The Virtual Answer Center is designed so that students can meet with our Student Services Advisors without coming to campus or scheduling an appointment in advance.
If you have general admissions, Florida residency, financial aid, assessment, transcripts, and other enrollment questions, you will be connected virtually to the first available Student Services Advisor. If you have a question that needs additional assistance from a specific area, a Student Services Advisor will refer you to that area. Important: Please arrive alive. Do not access the Virtual Answer Center while driving.
Visit an On-Campus Financial Aid Office:
If you prefer to visit a Financial Aid Specialist on-campus, you can. On-campus appointments are available beginning Monday, August 2, 2021 at select campuses. Note: You must have an appointment to see a Financial Aid Specialist on campus.
Financial Aid Services
P.O. Box 3028
Orlando, FL 32802
To find your Expected Family Contribution (EFC), please visit the official FAFSA site and check under the appropriate academic year.