For the second consecutive year, Seminole State College of Florida will hold the line on tuition and fees for all students in the 2013-14 academic year.
“I am not in favor of a tuition increase,” said President Dr. E. Ann McGee. “Student loan debt is troubling both nationally and also here at Seminole State.”
At its June 17 meeting, the District Board of Trustees voted to hold the line as it did last year for tuition and fees for students.
Tuition will remain at 2011-12 levels for all students, including those taking upperdivison courses for bachelor's degrees.
Fall classes start Aug. 26. You can apply now online.
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