Frequently Asked Questions

Is Southeastern College Accredited?

Southeastern College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges, to award diplomas, certificates, Associate and Baccalaureate degrees. Contact the Accrediting Commission at 2101 Wilson Blvd, Suite 302, Arlington, Virginia, 22201 or call (703) 247-4212 for further details regarding the Accreditation of Southeastern College.

Accreditation & Licensure

Does Southeastern College offer scholarships?

Southeastern College offers a variety of scholarships ranging from academic to financial for students who meet the criteria set by the College. The Financial Services Department can provide a list of scholarships and search websites as well.

Financial Aid Services

Do you need a high school diploma to attend Southeastern College?

Yes, candidates must provide verification of high school graduation by providing a transcript or diploma, verification of GED completion by providing GED scores or GED diploma, or proof of graduation from a foreign institution that is equivalent to a United States secondary school.


Will my credits transfer to Southeastern College?

Southeastern College accepts transfer credits applicable to the applicant’s program of study from accredited institutions for courses in which a letter grade of “C” or higher was achieved. The acceptance of courses from accredited institutions is contingent upon appropriate faculty credentials and applicable length (clock/credit hours) and content (80% or higher) of the course being transferred.

Transfer Credit

What is the earliest I can start classes?

Southeastern offers monthly class starts. Admissions counselors are available to assist with the enrollment process. You can also view the Academic Calendar here.

Does Southeastern College follow the state of Florida’s Common Course Numbering Systems?


Does Southeastern College offer Financial Aid?

Yes. Southeastern College is eligible to participate in Federal Title IV financial aid programs. Financial aid includes: Grants, Loans, Scholarships, and tuition re-imbursement programs to qualified students. For more information visit our Financial Services page.

Does Southeastern College accept the Florida Bright Future Scholarships?


What are the availabilities of class schedules?

Classes are offered during the day, evening, and online format. Certain majors offer the hybrid format, which includes a combination of both online and traditional. View more information by downloading our current catalog.

What are Southeastern College’s job placement rates?

You can find that information located here on the Southeastern College website: Consumer Information.

What are graduation rates at Southeastern College?

You can find the information here on the Southeastern College website: Consumer Information.

Will my credits from Southeastern College transfer to another school?

Transferability of credits is at the discretion of the receiving institution.

Does Southeastern College accept credit for life experience?

Yes, a student must have documented experience related to specific objectives for a course. The Dean of Academic Affairs determines if a student is eligible for the credit.

Do I have to attend school full time to receive Financial Aid?

No, Federal aid programs are available to students attending full time, ¾ time, ½ time, and ¼ time.

Does Southeastern College offer grants?

Yes, grants are based on substantial financial need and may be applied for during your Financial Aid appointment.

Does Southeastern College accept transfer credits from military training and education?

Southeastern College will award college credit for appropriate learning acquired in military service at levels consistent with the American Council of Education (ACE) Guide recommendations. For more information on our Military services click here.