Florence School of Fine Arts does not offer scholarships. However, most likely financial aid from your home school can be approved to study abroad at FSFA.
In general, all USA federal financial aid, excluding Work-Study, should be available as long as students are full time time students receiving credits toward their degrees while studying abroad. This may also includes Pell Grants, PLUS Loans, and student loans. Most College and Universities approve state financial aid to study abroad, however, students should discuss policies with their study abroad or financial aid office.
When calculating your financial aid be sure to include all possible expenses including the program cost (tuition and housing), airfare, books, field trips, course fees, materials, insurance, Visa, Permit of Stay, meals, phone, personal travel, and miscellaneous purchases.
National Organization of Italian-American Women Scholarships
NOIAW sponsors scholarships for Italian American women with a minimum GPA of 3.5 and demonstration of financial need, enrolled at an accredited US institution of higher education. Students must have at least one parent of Italian descent. https://www.noiaw.org/scholarships/
Students receiving a Pell Grant may be eligible for this scholarship which provides $5,000 for any semester or year abroad. Check out the Institute of International Education Gilman Scholarship website for details. National Italian American Scholarships https://www.iie.org/en/Programs/Gilman-Scholarship-Program
Florence is an incredibly beautiful city often called "the birthplace of the modern world". It offers an amazing sensation of "seeing" and feeling": with the sheer magnificence of the Duomo, the incredible collections of the Uffizi, Galleria dell'Accademia, the frescoes in the Capella Brancacci, and literally hundreds of smaller sites, churches and palaces which contain several centuries of an electrifying history and culture.