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Trustees freeze tuition for Fall Term 2015

Students study and relax at the Oviedo Campus. Tuition at Seminole State has remained unchanged for four consecutive years.

For the fourth consecutive fall, tuition for Seminole State College of Florida's more than 30,000 students will remain unchanged.

As part of the 2015-16 initial $75.7 million budget approved by the District Board of Trustees on Monday, June 22, the College will hold the line on tuition and fees across all categories for students for Fall Term, which starts Aug. 24. 

For students enrolling in August, Seminole State's total credit hour rate will remain at $104.38 for in-state students seeking associate degrees and college certificates. Seminole State's tuition schedule is available online.

The budget was approved one day before Gov. Rick Scott signed the state budget. The BOT is expected to receive a revised budget, with the latest numbers from Tallahassee, at its August meeting, says Dr. Joe Sarnovsky, Seminole State's executive vice president.

At the meeting, trustees also: 

  • Approved healthcare affiliation agreements with Majestic Oaks, Orlando Health, Orlando Health Central, Parallon, Health Information Shared Services, Hospital Corporation of America, Central Florida Pulmonary Group
  • Approved an articulation agreement that provides a pathway (2+2) for Valencia College graduates to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Systems Technology from Seminole State.
  • Agreed to the 2015-16 Capital Improvement Plan. 

Future students can apply now online for Fall Term classes. 

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