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The first step to receive any type of financial aid is to apply for federal financial aid. The Bradford-Union Area Career Technical Center offers only one type of federally funded financial aid, the PELL Grant. To apply for the PELL Grant, you can visit www.fafsa.ed.gov, The federal school number to enter for Bradford-Union Area Career Technical Center is 033823.
For more information or assistance with the application process, contact the Financial Aid Assistant at (904) 966-6765.
PELL Grants are awards to help students pay for their education after high school. For many students, these grants provide a "foundation" of financial aid to which aid from other sources may be added. Unlike loans, grants do not have to be paid back.
Changes in Federal Aid Regulations
Students will be limited to 6 years of full-time Pell Grant eligibility, or its equivalent, known as Pell Lifetime Eligibility Usage. Students who have exceeded 5 years of eligibility will have reduced Pell Grant eligibility. Students who have received Pell Grants for 6 or more years of full-time enrollment or its equivalent will have no Pell Grant eligibility.
Most programs at the Bradford-Union Area Career Technical Center are approved for veterans training. Questions regarding eligibility should be directed to the Veteran's Approval Agency of Florida, at 1-(888) 442-4551, or you may contact Financial Aid Assistant at (904) 966-6765.
Veterans who receive educational benefits for attending classes at BUACTC are expected to maintain standards in the areas of (1) attendance (2) conduct and (3) progress.
Financial Aid Policies & Procedures
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