Seminole State College to distribute more than $6 million of student aid for Spring Term 2022

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — Seminole State College of Florida announced they would distribute more financial aid to students adversely affected by the pandemic.

The funding provided by the American Rescue Plan Act is available to PELL- and non-PELL-eligible students enrolled in classes for the Spring Term 2022.


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Eligible students taking six or more credit hours can receive grants of up to $2,000.

The grants can be used for a variety of education-related expenses such as housing, health care, childcare, transportation and technology.

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Seminole State CFO F. Joseph Mazur said that the financial support will help students still facing challenges from the pandemic.

“We recognize the financial challenges caused by the coronavirus pandemic and trust the ARP grants will provide help to keep students moving forward personally and academically,” Mazur said.

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More information about ARP grants and eligibility requirements can be found here.

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