Partner site students are those who are earning an associate or bachelor’s degree through one of our SEU Partner Sites. Discover the many financial aid resources SEU has available for you. Not sure where to start? Here’s your step-by-step guide.
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Your site director is also a great resource for financial aid help — and for helping you find everything you need to feel at home at your SEU partner site.
Applying to SEU is quick and easy! Plus, you can save time and money by transferring credits from prior schools, or getting college credit for prior learning experiences and career training. (Ask your site director for details.)
The only way to see which types of aid you qualify for is to complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Here’s how.
Your site director is your best resource for additional information.
Students enrolled in practicum receive a scholarship that covers the cost of practicum credits. Tuition listed on this page is based on 15 credits per semester with the practicum scholarship applied.
Note: The tuition at our partner site locations is already discounted, so institutional scholarships are not available.
Once you’ve been accepted to SEU, we’ll email account setup instructions and your SEU ID number to the email address you provided when you filled out your application. Use it to set up access to SEU’s campus systems and your new SEU email account. You’ll then be able to review your financial aid award letter, register for classes, and much more.
Get additional help here.
(Pro tip: Check your SEU email often!)
After you’re accepted to SEU, you’ll receive a personalized award letter from Student Financial Services. This will arrive via your SEU email, which is why it’s important to set up your account access as soon as you’re accepted. We’ll base these award numbers on the information we received when you applied and when you submitted your FAFSA.
In general, partner site students may qualify for awards such as a Pell grant or loans. Qualified Florida residents will automatically receive the EASE grant (once you confirm your residency via the Net Partner site.)
We welcome you to apply any scholarships you may have earned toward your tuition costs. Our financial aid counselors will assist you as needed, however, you will need to coordinate your benefits with the source of the scholarship.
Many employers offer tuition assistance or reimbursement. We will be glad to provide you with the documentation you need to take advantage of these benefits.
Regardless of need or financial standing, Southeastern’s affordable monthly payment plans are available to all students and families. Determine your monthly payment and enroll online here. There is no approval process to enroll in a payment plan, and the only required cost is a nominal, per-semester enrollment fee.
SEU accepts financial aid offered to Florida residents, such as Florida Bright Futures, the Florida EASE Grant, and the Florida Prepaid College Program.
SEU gladly works with students who qualify for aid from the Department of Veterans Affairs. Learn more here.
Loans need to be paid back, but are generally taken out at a low, fixed interest rate. Depending on the type, loans can be secured in the name of the student or the parents. Here are a few examples.
Scholarships and grants do not need to be repaid; loans do.
* Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans require students to complete loan documents, and will automatically be processed for the entire amount for which a student is eligible (unless SEU is notified otherwise).
Once you’re accepted to SEU, it’s time to make your plans! Saving your spot as an online student doesn’t require a deposit, so be sure to take care of these steps right away so that we know you’ll be logging in when classes start.
Prior to the first day of class each semester, be sure you have completed the Fire Ready process. This includes financial clearance, which is ensuring all of your estimated costs are covered through financial aid, a payment plan, or direct payment.
Students whose balances are not resolved may incur finance charges and/or a financial hold, which prevents future course registration.
Get to know some of the terms you’ll hear most often as you explore your options for covering college costs.
The FAFSA is the first step to applying for financial aid, including federal student aid programs, and SEU grants and scholarships. The FAFSA application should be submitted annually and can be completed as early as October 1. Get more details here.
Regardless of need or financial standing, Southeastern’s affordable monthly payment plans are available to all students and families, and accrue no interest. Determine your monthly payment and enroll online here. There is no approval process to enroll in a payment plan, and the only required cost is a nominal, per-semester enrollment fee.
Loans need to be paid back, but are generally taken out at a low, fixed interest rate. Here are a few examples.
Scholarships are earned based on certain criteria, such as academic merit, and don’t have to be repaid. We welcome you to apply any scholarships you may have earned toward your tuition costs. Our financial aid counselors will assist you as needed, however, you will need to coordinate your benefits with the source of the scholarship.