For the third consecutive year, tuition for Seminole State College of Florida's 32,000 students will remain unchanged.
The Seminole State College of Florida District Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Tuesday, May 27, to hold the line on tuition and fees across all categories for students for the 2014-15 academic year, which starts Aug. 25. Board Chairman Scott Howat said he hopes the tuition freeze will encourage more students to pursue higher education.
"The board’s actions reflect our intent to keep higher education affordable and accessible for all students," Howat said.
Seminole State's tuition schedule is available online. The board is expected to finalize the 2014-15 budget at its meeting on June 30.
Future students can apply now online for Fall Term classes.
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