Scholarship for Matriculation, Late Registration and Scholarship and Student Activity Fees
|Authority:||F.S. 1001.64; 1009.26FAC 6A-14.054|
|Date Adopted:||07/82 Revised 07/92|
The following conditions shall apply to full-time employees who wish to enroll in Seminole State College courses.
- A full-time employee must have been employed full-time for at least six (6) months by the College and meet the admission requirements set by the Board.
- Full-time employees of the College may register for course(s) without payment of matr
Authority: F.S. 1001.64FAC 6A-14.054 Date Adopted: 08/83 Revised 07/92
After accumulating hours equivalent to the semester's full-time load, a part-time professional employee may receive a scholarship for matriculation, late registration and scholarship and student activity fees for a course. After taking a course under a scholarship, a part-time professional employee must accumulate a semester's full-time load equivalent before taking another course subject to a scholarship. The accumulation of additional hours equivalent to a semester's full-time load shall begin during the term a scholarship course is taken. A part-time professional employee may take a course under a scholarship only during a term when employed by the College.iculation, late registration scholarship fees and student activity fees as follows:
Term I - One course
Term II- One course
Term III- One course in Term III-A and one course in Term III-B
Ten-month employees may receive waivers of course fees, scholarship and student activity fees for one course per term while employed or two courses during their off-terms, provided they have been reappointed for the following school year.
Course enrollment shall be at a maximum of six (6) credit or equivalent hours per term. Term III-A and III-B are considered to be equivalent to one term.
- Requests for waivers must be made in advance and forwarded through channels to the appropriate Vice President.
- Enrollment in courses by full-time employees shall not conflict with duty hours or interfere with performance of duties.