Paying for College Made Easy

One of the most important steps to obtaining a great education is finding a way to pay for it. Seminole State offers the following options to help make college affordable.

Financial Aid

Learn about grants, loans and the federal work-study program. To apply for aid, first complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Seminole State's federal school code is 001520. You can also learn about finanical aid refund options.


Research scholarships available to Seminole State students. The College awards more than $1 million in institutional scholarships each year. Many scholarships also are available through private organizations.

Payment Due Dates: Spring Term 2022

This chart shows payment due dates based on the date you register for each class session.
The earlier you register, the more time you have to pay.

Registration DateFull SessionA Session12W SessionB Session
Nov. 1 - Jan. 3Jan. 4Jan. 4Jan. 4March 1
Jan. 4 - 9
Jan. 10Jan. 10Jan. 25March 1
Jan. 10 - 12
Upon registrationUpon registrationJan. 25
March 1
Jan. 13 - 14
Upon registrationN/AJan. 25
March 1
Jan. 15-24N/AN/AJan. 25
March 1
Jan. 25 - Feb. 3
N/AN/AUpon registrationMarch 1
Feb. 4 - 28
N/AN/AN/AMarch 1
March 1 - 16
N/AN/AN/AUpon registration

ARP Grants

Financial support is available to Seminole State students impacted by COVID-19 and enrolled in Spring Term 2022.

Other Resources

My.SeminoleState Mobile
Track your financial aid status, payments due and more.

Student Accounting and Cashier Services
Pay your tuition and fees, or request your account information.

Financial Aid Chatbot
Chat with RaiderBot (below), a quick resource to find answers to frequently asked questions about financial aid.

Seminole State Fee Schedule
View the College's fee schedule to estimate the cost of attendance.