Which Florida schools receive the least state student aid?


RIVEROAK Technical College, Lindsey Hopkins Technical College and Gwinnett Institute reported receiving the least state financial aid during the 2018-19 academic year among Florida schools, according to an 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
RIVEROAK Technical College
Oak
182
9
$3,110
$346
2
Lindsey Hopkins Technical College
Miami
783
4
$3,323
$831
3
Gwinnett Institute
Orlando
262
12
$3,628
$302
4
School District of Indian River County-Technical Center for Career and Adult Education
Beach
72
5
$5,551
$1,110
5
Pinellas Technical College-Clearwater
Clearwater
520
9
$5,782
$642
6
Aparicio-Levy Technical College
Tampa
294
4
$7,041
$1,760
7
South University-West Palm Beach
Beach
692
3
$7,084
$2,361
8
City College-Miami
Miami
173
4
$7,200
$1,800
9
Ultimate Medical Academy-Clearwater
Clearwater
18,893
4
$7,682
$1,921
10
Florida Career College-Boynton Beach
Beach
458
3
$7,830
$2,610

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Organizations in this Story

Aparicio-Levy Technical College City College-Miami Florida Career College-Boynton Beach Gwinnett Institute Lindsey Hopkins Technical College Pinellas Technical College-Clearwater RIVEROAK Technical College School District of Indian River County-Technical Center for Career and Adult Education South University-West Palm Beach Ultimate Medical Academy-Clearwater

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