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Second Chance Financial Educational Assistance

Second Chance Financial Educational Assistance

If you have been denied financial aid, St. Lucie County’s Community Services Department’s Second Chance program may be able to help. This program is available to St. Lucie County residents who are in need of 10 classes or less to either graduate or to reinstate their financial aid.

Applicants must meet Florida residency requirements as established by Indian River State College. All applicants must have applied and been denied financial aid. Income eligibility is based on household size and must be at or below 125 percent of the Federal Poverty Level. A household is defined as all individuals residing at the same address. Income guidelines below:

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Registration for spring classes is now open. Classes start Wednesday, Jan. 8. All inquiries for assistance must be made before Thursday, Dec. 26. This program is supported by the Department of Economic Opportunity of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as part of an award totaling $317,546. Assistance is based on available funding. Other restrictions apply.

St. Lucie County residents interested in receiving assistance to complete their secondary education at Indian River State College should visit Second Chance Education Assistance webpage for more information and to complete a questionnaire. 


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