Why FL Technical College is shutting down because it is in debt
FL Technical High School has announced it is shutting its doors because it has not been able to pay off $1.3 million in debt from the state’s financial aid program.
The school closed on April 12th, 2017, and has not paid back the amount owed.
The state Department of Higher Education says the school has no other option but to shut down because the debt is $1,958,846.00.
FL Technical is a public institution.
Florida is the only state that provides financial aid for its students, which is why it is considered a public high school.
FL technical school was founded in 1966.
It has more than 800 students enrolled and about 3,500 students in grades 6-12.
The FL Technical School is the oldest school in the state and the only one that offers financial aid.
The university’s website states that it has an enrollment of about 1,400 students and a total of about 3 million dollars in debt.
This debt is due for completion by March 31st, 2022.
Florida Technical is owned by the Department of Economic Opportunity.
The College of Arts and Sciences at FL Technical was created in 1966 and is part of the Florida Technical College System.
FL Tech’s financial support is primarily from the General Fund, which provides about 80% of its funding.
The State Higher Education System, the federal government’s financial assistance program for college and university education, provides a portion of the total funding for FL Technical.
In 2017, FL Technical received $4,564,872.00 from the federal Government.
The college received an additional $1 million in 2017.
The federal government also provides $1 for every $1 in state and local aid received.
The Florida Technical School says that the school is not required to provide any assistance for debt payments.
FL tech has already paid back $1m of its debt to the state.
However, the college is not able to provide financial assistance to other students due to its debt.
The University of Florida has said that it will pay off the debt by the end of March 2022.
The Department of Education said that the college will not be able to cover the outstanding debt because the school was not able pay off its outstanding loans by March 21st.
In addition, the department said that FL Tech was not eligible for financial aid from the Florida State College and that there are no other eligible schools.
The department said the school’s total outstanding debt is over $1 billion and that FL Technical will be unable to continue operating without state aid.
Florida Tech, which started in 1966, is a private university located in Fort Lauderdale.
The campus includes a research center for the study of the human sciences.
Florida tech is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and has been ranked as one of the top 100 universities in the nation.