The following documents are required to complete your application to Seminole State College:
All documents must be written in English. (An official translation conducted in the applicant's home country or in the United States is acceptable.) A translator/interpreter seal or stamp is required, and only original documents will be accepted (no facsimiles or photo copies).
- If the student is acting as his/her own sponsor, only Item A is required.
- If the student has one or more sponsors, each sponsor must provide items A, B and C (as supplement, if needed).
- Item D is for scholarships only. Item B is also sometimes required, depending on the source of the scholarship.
Please refer to "Financial Support Documents for F-1 Immigration Purposes" for further details.
Health insurance is required prior to enrollment at Seminole State. Visit the Insurance for Students website for more information.
Important: According to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), an International Student must study full time. For Seminole State's English Language Institute, full-time is defined as 18-20 hours per week (schedule varies). Summer is considered a "break" term.