Aid Eligibility Requirements

Southeast will determine your aid eligibility. The criteria for continued student eligibility can be found with the information for each individual aid program.

Applying for Aid
Southeast encourages you to complete the Free Application for Financial Student Aid (FAFSA) by March 1.
Code of Conduct
Consortium Information

A consortium agreement is used to combine enrollment between two schools to make students eligible for federal aid they would not otherwise be eligible for.

Dates and Deadlines

View this timeline to stay on track for financial aid, bill payment and scholarships.

Federal Grant Programs

If you complete the Free Application for Financial Student Aid (FAFSA), you may be eligible to receive grants, work study and loans.

Loan Information

Information about the types of loans available to students.

Missouri Aid Programs

If you are a Missouri resident, you may be eligible for additional financial assistance through state grants and scholarships.

Missouri Residency
If you are paying out of state fees, you may be eligible to apply for Missouri residency for fee-paying purposes. Review Southeast Missouri State University's policy for residency classification of students for fee-paying purposes.
Satisfactory Academic Progress

In order for you to receive financial aid, Southeast is required to monitor your academic progress.

Southeast Scholarships
Student Employment

As a Southeast student, you have the opportunity to work on campus through the Federal Work Study program or regular institutional employment.

Textbook Cost Savings Program and Pricing Information

The textbook rental fee can be found in the chart under Undergraduate Fall/Spring Fee Schedule.