With close to 300 scholarship opportunities, the Foundation offers financial assistance to help with tuition and books before every term. Scholarships fall into the following categories:
General Scholarships: Open to all programs of study, but unique additional requirements may exist.
Program-Specific Scholarships: Relate to specific programs of study.
Student Demographic Scholarships: Open to all programs of study, but may contain specific eligibility requirements such as community service records, full-time attendance status, graduation from specific high schools, and other demographic requirements.
High School Graduate Scholarships: Available to graduating high school seniors who will attend Seminole State by the Fall term following graduation. New students entering their first term at Seminole State will need to complete one of the applications included in the module below.
External Scholarship Opportunities are scholarship opportunities that are managed by external organizations. Students will need to apply directly to the organization offering the scholarship. Please visit the Private Scholarships page to learn about additional external opportunities.
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Graduating High School Seniors
Are you graduating from high school this year? The Foundation offers the following opportunities:
Oviedo or Paul J. Hagerty High School graduating seniors may apply for the Robert and Jane Lee Endowed Scholarship which provides up to 2,000 per term toward tuition and books for six consecutive terms. Eligible students must possess a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher after January 1, 2023, complete FASFA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and submit an application for admissions to Seminole State prior to submitting this scholarship application, and maintain full-time attendance (12+credit hours per term). Download the application and submit by March 15, 2023.
All other graduating high school seniors may complete a "First Time in College" application for consideration of other Foundation scholarships.
Existing/Returning students will have the opportunity to apply for Foundation scholarships online during open application periods offered prior to each term.
Students active in the system may apply for Foundation scholarships online prior to each term. The yellow apply button will be accessible on this page during open application periods. The Foundation utilizes a general application process where applicants complete a one-page application online form. The system will then utilize the applicant's student record and match the applicant to all opportunities for which the applicant would be eligible. The system also offers a second level of scholarships that requires applicants to submit additional information that is not contained within student records. These opportunities are designated as "Apply To" opportunities.
Please visit the Application Procedures page to learn how the system works and to begin applying for scholarships.