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Open Enrollment for Florida Prepaid is happening right now! You can start today to secure your child’s educational future with no enrollment fee!
To celebrate Florida Prepaid’s 30th year, all families who open a prepaid plan during the first 30 days of Open Enrollment will have the $50 enrollment fee waived! This means you can get started paying for your child’s college future for as little as $47!
Florida Prepaid is the largest and longest running college prepaid program in the nation. Since their beginning in 1988, more than 1.8 million Prepaid Plans have been sold and more than 465,000 students have attended college using their prepaid plan.
Florida Prepaid College Plans are available for all Florida residents newborn through 11th grade. You can transfer or cancel your plan at any time, or use your plan nationwide at your college of choice.
Even if your child receives a scholarship, you can use your Prepaid College Plan to cover other costs – like Grad School! Or you can get a refund for what Florida Prepaid would have paid out on your plan to use for expenses like housing, supplies, etc.
All you have to do is pick the Prepaid Plan that works best for you and your family, and make your payments monthly. That is it!
You do not have to worry about how much college will cost in the future – or the ups and downs of the stock markets. Florida Prepaid manages all of that so you can rest assured your child’s future will be well taken care of.
Even better – every Prepaid Plan is guaranteed by the State of Florida, so you can never lose your investment. You can have peace of mind knowing your child will not be burdened with student loan debt, or the stress that comes along with figuring out how to pay for college.