• Bright Futures Work & Volunteer Hours Information

    Bright Futures Work & Volunteer Hours Proposal Form

    Bright Futures Work & Volunteer Hours Log Sheet

    Bright Futures Eligibility Matrix


    The Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA) will begin evaluations of 2022-23 high school seniors in late March. In order for a student to qualify for Bright Futures, all five requirements must be met:

    1. Submit a complete Florida Financial Aid Application (FFAA), also known as the state application (no later than August 31, 2023);
    2. Complete the required coursework (by high school graduation)
    3. Achieve the required grade point average in the required coursework
    4. Complete the required number of service hours (by high school graduation)
    5. Achieve the required college entrance exam score (no later than June 30, 2023).

    College Entrance Exams OSFA will evaluate students based on official ACT® and SAT® test scores obtained directly from the two national test companies through the state test repository.

    For Early Evaluation, OSFA will use tests taken through January 31, 2023. Although ACT® and SAT® may offer test dates for 2023 graduates after June 2023, final evaluations for 2023 seniors will only consider test dates through June 30, 2023, as required by rule 6A-20.028, Florida Administrative Code, for the Bright Futures.