The Step Up For Students website has been updated and enhanced to serve the same great mission, but with improved functionality and a fresh new look.

The new REMIT page address has changed to:

Hope Scholarship Program (

Please bookmark the new remit page to conveniently access for future Hope Tax Election Contributions.

Thank you for partnering with the state of Florida and Step Up For Students to help provide victims of school violence with a new outlook on life and learning through a Hope Scholarship. Your continued support allows Florida parents to choose the best path for their child’s education.

For more information about all Florida scholarships that may be available to you or your colleagues, click HERE.

The fastest and easiest way to submit the DR-HS2 “Hope Scholarship Program – Dealer Contribution Collection Report” with the Florida Department of Revenue and Step Up for Students is online.
After you have submitted the form online to the Florida DOR, the next step is to file the DR-HS2 form and remit contributions electronically with Step Up For Students:
  • To file the DR-HS2 form and remit payments electronically to Step Up for Students:
Are you planning to mail your payment?
Please note, dealers have the option to mail a paper form to the Florida Department of Revenue and a paper form/payment to Step Up for Students. If you plan on mailing your payment, please do not submit your DR-HS2 form via e-mail to Step-Up.
  • For Step Up for Students, mail DR-HS2 Copy A along with payment to:
Step Up For Students, Inc.
Attn: Hope Payment Processing
P O Box 645707
Cincinnati, OH 45264-5707
Note: If you have any questions about making your payment to Step Up for Students (either electronic or paper), please contact them at 904.323.0930.
  • For Florida Department of Revenue, mail DR-HS2 Copy B to:
Florida Department of Revenue
Revenue Accounting
P O Box 6609
Tallahassee, FL 32314-6609
  • Dealers should keep “Copy C” of the DR-HS2 for their records.
Reminder Due Dates for Reports/Payments:
Reports by motor vehicle dealers are due on the 1st day of the month following the sales and use tax reporting period and are late after the 20th day of the month following each reporting period. If the 20th falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or a state or federal holiday, the report will be timely if received on the first business day following the 20th.