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Get ahead this summer at Seminole State

Summer classes at Seminole State start May 9 (Full and A Sessions) and June 22 (B Session).

Updated: April 21, 2016

Summer Term is just a few weeks away. With classes starting in May and June, now is the time to prepare. Here’s what you need to know to get ahead this summer!

Current/Returning Students

Early registration for Summer Term is underway. Full and A Session classes start on May 9. Here are a few important reminders:

  • You can register for classes and check your due amount and due date through the Student Center in MySeminoleState.
  • Register as early as possible to get the classes you want.
  • Make sure you pay or defer your fees to avoid having your classes dropped for non-payment.

2016 High School Graduates

Summer Term is a great time to get a head start on core classes. Because Seminole State has small classes, professors can provide you with the one-on-one attention you need to succeed. Here are some tips:

  • Summer B Session starts June 22, so you can start right after graduation.
  • Apply and register early to make sure you get the classes you want. You can apply online.

Visiting/Transient Students

Students who plan to take classes at another college or university in the fall can take core classes this summer at Seminole State for about half the cost of the state’s four-year universities. Here are some tips:

  • Seminole State makes it easy for you to enroll. For many courses, you can complete all the necessary forms online.
  • For more information, check out the steps to enroll for transient students.
  • Since Seminole State is a four-year college, juniors and seniors can also complete upper-division credits this summer.

Seminole State College gives you the flexibility to take classes when and where you want – day, night or weekend at any of our four convenient campuses, or online. Saturday-only classes also will be offered this summer, allowing you to keep the weekdays free for work or other obligations. Because Seminole State offers six-week A and B sessions as well as a full Summer Term, you don’t have to spend your entire summer in class if you don’t want to. All students should keep these Summer Term dates in mind:

  • May 2: Priority application deadline for Full and A sessions
  • May 9-Aug. 3: Full Session
  • May 9-June 21: A Session
  • June 13: Priority application deadline for B Session
  • June 22-Aug. 3: B Session

Financial Aid

Financial aid is available for Summer Term for eligible students. Be sure to complete a 2015-16 FAFSA as soon as possible if you haven't done so already. Your financial aid will be based on your FAFSA. Students also are encouraged to apply for scholarships for Summer Term. 

For more information, please visit Seminole State's Summer Term website.

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