Which Florida colleges receive the least state student aid?


Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology and Concorde Career Institute-Miramar reported receiving the least state financial aid during the 2015-16 academic year among Florida schools, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

The analysis is based on data reported annually to the U.S. Department of Education.

Florida schools receiving smallest share of state student aid

Rank
School
City
Enrollment
Number receiving aid
Total amount
Average aid per student
1
Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology
Delray Beach
521
4
$1,500
$375
2
Concorde Career Institute-Miramar
Miramar
551
4
$2,367
$592
3
Fortis College-Orange Park
Orange Park
425
3
$2,500
$833
4
Bradford-Union Technical Center
Starke
163
7
$2,721
$389
5
City College-Miami
Miami
266
4
$2,904
$726
6
Strayer University-Florida
Tampa
2,340
5
$3,000
$600
7
RIVEROAK Technical College
Live Oak
164
9
$3,110
$346
8
William T McFatter Technical College
Davie
936
4
$4,736
$1,184
9
American College for Medical Careers
Orlando
535
24
$4,898
$204
10
New Professions Technical Institute
Miami
64
32
$4,950
$155

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Organizations in this Story

American College for Medical Careers Bradford-Union Technical Center Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology City College-Miami Concorde Career Institute-Miramar Fortis College-Orange Park New Professions Technical Institute RIVEROAK Technical College Strayer University-Florida William T McFatter Technical College

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