Attention Military Personnel and Family Members
Non-Missouri resident veterans, spouse of veterans and dependents
of veterans may qualify for a tuition rate equal to the Missouri
resident tuition rate. http://www.semo.edu/veterans/veterans-financial-options.htm
1.    Estimates are based upon the FY18 schedule of fees.
2.    Academic Scholarship criteria and value applies to 2017 high school graduates only.
3.    Fees are subject to change by the Board of Regents without prior written notification.
4.    These estimates do not include additional fees that apply to off-campus, web, and ITV courses or special courses.
to see the complete listing of fees.
The Undergraduate Cost and Scholarship Estimator provides estimated values. Official awards are made upon admission to the University.
The Early Admission Consideration and Scholarship Guarantee deadline is December 1. Some scholarships (excluding the Governor's
Regents' and President's) will continue to be awarded through March 1. The December national ACT/SAT is the final test date
considered for the Governor's, Regents' and Presidents'. The February test dates are the final tests considered for all other scholarships.
Residence Life Leadership Award
• Deadline: March 1
• Value: $1000.
• May be combined with President's, University Scholarships
or the Midwest Achievement Award.
Endowed and Sponsored Scholarships (March 1 deadline):    semo.academicworks.com
Community College Transfer Scholarships
• Deadline: March 1 for Fall semester, November 1 for Spring semester
• Value: Varies
• Most awards are made automatically upon admission to the University
Endowed and Sponsored Scholarships (March 1 deadline):   semo.academicworks.com
A comprehensive list of Southeast scholarships is available at:   www.semo.edu/sfs/scholarships.htm
Southeast offers a unique textbook rental program that covers most undergraduate courses. The average student will save over $2000 in four years by renting, rather than purchasing textbooks. The FY18 textbook rental rate is $25.94 per course (including tax). Faculty may require supplementary course materials.
:   There are many grant, loan, or work-study opportunities for students. Your eligibility for federal, state and institutional financial aid is determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Complete the FAFSA online at  www.fafsa.gov
. Priority is given to students who submit the FAFSA so that it is processed by February 1. To meet this deadline, we encourage you to complete the FAFSA online no later than January 20. Be sure to include the Southeast Federal School Code: 002501.
Contact your Southeast Admission Counselor or contact Student Financial Services at 573-651-2253 or firstname.lastname@example.org.