tuition and fees
View a breakdown of our tuition and fees and see how we compare to major universities.
Go to Tuition and Fees »
A student who is on Academic Plan or Suspension status may regain his or her financial aid eligibility after any semester in which he or she meets Standards of Academic Progress (SAP) and regains good standing status (2.0 cumulative GPA, 67 percent completion rate, and not exceeded 150 percent of program plan).
Federal regulations allow students to appeal the denial of their federal financial aid if they have extenuating circumstances. The circumstances include, but are not limited to, illness, death in the immediate family, call to active military duty, natural disaster or other circumstances that are beyond the student's control.
The deadline to submit an SAP appeal is listed on the checklist item under the student's MySeminoleState student portal. Normally, the deadline date is 15 days after grades post for the term. SAP appeals will not be accepted after the deadline date posted on the SAP checklist item.
The SAP Appeal Committee will review the appeal along with the supporting documentation. If the appeal is submitted before the deadline, the student will receive notification of the decision within three days through his or her Student Office365 email account. If the appeal is approved, the student will be placed on an Academic Plan. If the appeal is denied, the student will not be eligible for federal financial aid until he/she is able to meet SAP. The Committee's decision is final.
For more information, please review the SAP for Financial Aid.