With Spring Term starting Jan. 9, there’s still time to apply for admission and register for classes at Seminole State College of Florida.
Registration for the Spring Term is underway, but classes are filling up quickly, according to Seminole State’s Admissions Office.
“Students who want to attend this spring should apply and/or register as soon as possible,” says Pamela Mennechey, associate vice president of student recruitment and enrollment. “Several on-campus and online classes are still available, but the sooner students register, the better chance they’ll have of getting the class schedule they want.”
Students who previously attended Seminole State, but never completed their degree or certificate program also are encouraged to return this spring.
“There’s no time like the present, so we want to help returning students finish what they started, achieve their educational goals and prepare for a successful career,” Mennechey says.
Seminole State also offers options to help students pay for college. In addition to affordable tuition – Seminole State costs more than $10,000 less than most of Florida’s state universities – the College offers a wide variety of scholarships and awards more than $70 million in financial aid each year.
Financial aid for the Spring Term is still available for students who qualify. To learn more, students should call the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships at 407.708.2045 or speak to a specialist in Student Services on any Seminole State campus.
To apply for admission or to register for classes, visit seminolestate.edu/apply-register. Students who need help with any part of the admission or registration process, can speak to a specialist or contact the Admissions Office for assistance.
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