The term "financial aid" includes a wide spectrum of programs:
||Scholarships do not have to be repaid. They are available from many sources, including the College, state agencies, professional and service agencies, private foundations and some employers.
||The largest and best-known source of grants is the Federal Pell Grant. Grants are awarded based on need and do not have to be repaid.
||Loans come from the federal government and must be repaid. They are reserved for undergraduate degree-seeking students who are enrolled at least half time.
||The Federal Work-study program allows students to earn money toward their education while they are going to school. Students are often placed in jobs related to their program of study.
You must keep your permanent and local addresses current with the Financial Aid Office and Records Office in order to avoid delays in the receipt of important financial aid and/or disbursement information. To change your address, log into MySeminoleState, and select "Addresses." Checks will be mailed to the home address you have listed in your MySeminoleState account.