Blog disclosure: This post is sponsored by the Florida Prepaid College Board, through my role as a Believer Blogger. All thoughts are my own.
Florida Prepaid Open Enrollment is in full swing! This is the only time families can purchase the prepaid plans. I’m SO excited to share with all of you that prices are remaining affordable for Florida families! The best part, there are a variety of plans that can fit within any budget. Whether you’ve been saving up or you’re just getting started, there is a plan for you.
Open enrollment for Florida Prepaid College Plans started October 15th and will continue through February 28th, 2017. That means that Florida Residents have a little over 4 months to get started with a plan for our children’s education.
Did you know that Florida Prepaid came out with a plan for Open Enrollment and it is the 1-Year Florida University Plan?
Here’s how the Florida Prepaid College 1-Year Florida University Plan works:
You can purchase one year (30 credit hours) at a time to fit within your personal budget. No need to feel the pressure of having to buy all four years at one time. I know how difficult this can be especially with multiple children. This 1 year plan also allows multiple purchasers to buy a plan for the same child. What does that mean? Your family and friends can team up to help pay for your child’s higher education. A child can have up to four 1-Year Florida University Plans.
There are other plans to consider as well:
- 2-Year Florida College Plan
- 4-Year Florida College Plan
- 2+2 Florida College Plan
- 4-Year Florida University Plan
The best part is, you can not lose the money that you invest. Every cent can be applied toward any university or college nationwide. And it’s backed and guaranteed by the state of Florida. You can feel confident.
Are you ready to take the first step?
Simply head on over HERE and use this special Florida Prepaid College Plans Promo Code BLOG1617 to save 50% off of your Florida Prepaid College application fee.
Remember, the Open Enrollment period runs from Oct. 15 through Feb. 28, 2017.
Learn more about Florida Prepaid College Plans in the video below: