Check Your Financial Aid Status
Southeastern now allows you to check your financial aid status online and gives you the opportunity to complete your Southeastern Student Information Sheet electronically. You can also access and print a PDF version of the university-supplied forms online. Click here to check your status now.
Meeting The Need
A university education is a significant investment, but Southeastern's program of scholarships and financial aid can make it affordable. Southeastern University offers a variety of financial aid resources to help students cover educational expenses, including federal and state grants, loan and work-study programs, academic, minority, need-based, and performance scholarships. In 2011-2012 we awarded 2,432 students with financial aid and the average award amount per student is $16,635.
Southeastern's location in central Florida provides students with many opportunities for part-time employment. The returns from such work, together with savings from summer employment and financial aid, enable many Southeastern students to work their way through college.
Financial Aid Eligibility
In order to be considered for any financial assistance, all Southeastern students must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by clicking here. Southeastern's FAFSA code is #001521. Also, upon acceptance to SEU you will receive a letter with instructions on how to complete the Student Information Sheet (SIS) online.
Southeastern University scholarships and grants are not available to students enrolled in the Forum, Evening/Online, and Academy, or any other already discounted SEU degree program.
Other eligibility requirements for federal grants, loans and work-study are as follows:
have a high school diploma, GED (General Equivalency Diploma), or pass an independently administered test approved by the U.S. Department of Education
be enrolled in an eligible academic program
be a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen
register with the U.S. Selective Service if you're a male 18 to 25 years old
maintain satisfactory academic progress as defined by your college/university
Fine Arts Festival Scholarships
Southeastern is proud to recognize some of the top fine arts students in the Assemblies of God. For more information about our Fine Arts Scholarships, click here.
Bible Quiz Scholarships
Students who compete in the Assemblies of God Bible Quiz program are eligible for scholarship awards based on their performance in the competition. For details on award amounts and other information regarding the scholarship program, click here.
Southeastern University traditional undergraduate scholarships and grants are not available to students enrolled in Evening/Weekend/Online, The Academy, graduate, or any other already discounted Southeastern degree program. Students may take The Forum for class credit, but a $300 additional fee will apply.
For more information, contact the Southeastern University financial aid department at (800) 500-8760 or (863) 667-5018, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.