FSU Panama City to Offer Free Tuition to Florida Students with Family Incomes of $50,000 or Less

Student Government President Lucy Rodriguez and FSU PC Dean Randy Hanna

TOP: Florida State University Panama City Dean Randy Hanna
BOTTOM: Student Government President Lucy Rodriguez, Psychology

Florida State University Panama City announced a new scholarship program today that will provide tuition free education for qualified Northwest Florida students with combined family and student income of $50,000 or less or are eligible for Pell Grants.

The FSU PC Promise Scholarship will take effect spring 2021 and will guarantee that full-time resident undergraduates whose families have an adjusted gross income of $50,000 or less will not pay tuition and fees. The new scholarship will apply to new, returning and transfer students.

“We talk a lot about the FSU PC Promise and our commitment to student success,” Florida State University Panama City Dean Randy Hanna said. “With the generous help of our community donors and the support of President Thrasher and Provost McRorie, we have made the PC promise that much more powerful. It has always been our belief that financial need should never be a deterrent to higher education.”