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Sources of Financial Aid
Once your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is completed, the Financial Aid Office will process a financial aid package that may include a combination of grants and/or self-help (loans and employment) from one or more of the following programs:
* A separate application is required for loans. Check with the Financial Aid Office for deadline dates. Students must complete a FAFSA and an entrance interview (available online) to receive a loan.
** Borrowing money for college is a serious financial obligation. In addition to repaying the principle, loan recipients are responsible for paying any interest accrued during the loan term. Students and their parents should carefully consider the amount of debt they will incur before deciding to borrow money.
Additional Sources of Aid
Short-Term Loans allow students to borrow half of their tuition, or up to $300, whichever amount is lower. A service charge of $6 is assessed. The loan must be repaid approximately 60 days after the first day of a traditional semester. Restrictions will be placed on borrowers' academic records until their obligations are paid.
Institutional Scholarships are awarded based on academic merit, special talent or other criteria established by Seminole State College. While students do not necessarily have to show need to receive this type of award, they must still complete a FAFSA and have the results sent to Seminole State. Institutional scholarships must be coordinated with other types of financial assistance and may reduce students' eligibility for federal or state need-based aid. For more information, visit the Seminole State Scholarships website.
Private Scholarships are awarded based on criteria established by organizations and agencies other than Seminole State College. These awards must be coordinated with other types of financial assistance and may reduce students' eligibility for federal or state need-based aid.
Florida Bright Futures Scholarships are awarded by the Florida Department of Education (FDOE) for the Fall and Spring terms based on academic merit. (Summer funds may also be available, as determined by FDOE.) Funds cover up to 45 credit hours per academic year. Students must be enrolled in a minimum of six non-remedial credit hours per term to be eligible.
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