Fall classes at Seminole State College of Florida are set to begin on Monday, Aug. 21, but there’s still time to register for classes.
For those who have applied and been accepted to Seminole State but haven’t enrolled, there’s no time like the present to secure your seat in classes, according to Seminole State’s Admissions Office.
“Students who want to attend this fall should register now,” says Pamela Mennechey, associate vice president of student recruitment and enrollment. “Classes are still available on campus and online, but we’re encouraging students to register as soon as possible so they don’t miss out.”
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 $60 million in financial aid each year. Students are encouraged to complete the 2017-18 FAFSA now to determine if they qualify for financial aid.
To register for classes, visit seminolestate.edu/apply-register. Students who need help with any part of the admission or registration process, can contact the Admissions Office or email email@example.com for assistance.
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