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Steps to Financial Aid at Southeastern
Complete the FAFSA®
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid identifies students who qualify for either Federal Pell Grants or the North Carolina Need-Based Scholarship.
Submit Your FAFSA®
October 1, 2022 to
July 31, 2024
All undergraduate students must complete the FAFSA® in order to be considered for institutional financial aid.
International students or students who are not able to complete the FAFSA are granted an exception for this requirement.
Apply for Institutional Aid
Our in-house funds provide options for financial relief based on a variety of qualifications and criteria.
October 18, 2023
for the Spring 2024 Semester.
Students must re-apply for each academic year.
Apply for External Scholarships
We want to support you and your commitment to the mission on every step of the way - so we help connect you with a variety of need- and merit-based scholarships.
Charles B. Keesee Educational Fund
Juniors & Seniors from Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, or West Virginia, enrolled on campus in ministry-related degree programs may be eligible to receive between $2,076 to $4,150 per year towards your tuition.
More Ways to Fund Your Education
To show our appreciation to the men and women of the United States Armed Forces, we offer a military rate and Veterans benefits.
Explore Job Opportunities
You don’t have to wait until graduation to start earning money for tuition. We can help you find jobs at Southeastern and in the surrounding communities, connecting you with local businesses, ministries, and churches.
Consider Private Loans
Carefully consider your finances before deciding if you will apply for loans to fund your education.
Pay 50% of tuition as an SBC church member.
Funded by our commissioning churches through the Cooperative Program, this scholarship is one of our most significant sources of aid and is offered to all students who are members of SBC-affiliated churches.