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We created the Will To Do Award because about 40% of our students receive Pell grants, but we understand that it isn’t always enough to pay for college. And, we think everyone should have access to an education.
Here's how it works:
The best way to find out if you’ll receive the scholarship is to file your FAFSA by March 1 and apply for admission to Southeast. We’ll review your eligibility based on the criteria below, and you’ll automatically be considered for the program.
Southeast combines real-world learning experiences in our curriculum so your first day on the job isn’t your first day doing that job. Combine that with our affordable cost and generous scholarship program and we’re living proof that high quality doesn’t have to mean high tuition.
of students are eligible for our program
of our students are Pell eligible
tuition and general fees for the Will To Do Award