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Additional Admissions Policies

  • Home Campus

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    College Rule 6Hx23-4.21
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    Re-Admission to St. Petersburg College

    Students who have not been in attendance at St. Petersburg College for six or more consecutive terms are required to provide updated contact information before re-enrolling to ensure that the College has accurate information on file. Returning students are not required to pay an additional application fee.

    An application form is obtained from the Information Desk, Admissions/Registration Office on the student's home campus or via the Internet at .

    Students who have been suspended from, or who have voluntarily withdrawn from a health related program may be readmitted to such program in accordance with the program's approved written re-admission policy, if any. Cases involving extenuating reasons beyond the control of the student may be appealed to the Provost's Office at the Health Education Center.

     

     


    Residency

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    College Rule 6Hx23-4.14
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    As an SPC student you are classified as either a Florida resident or an out-of-state resident. The tuition you pay is determined by your residency classification. Visit www.spcollege.edu/residency for more information.


    Senior Citizens

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    College Rule 6Hx23-5.20
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    Services for Students with Disabilities

    St. Petersburg College is committed to the open door concept and provides equal access to campus facilities and educational opportunities to all qualified individuals with disabilities.

    It is the responsibility of the student or prospective student to bring to the college's attention the need for academic accommodation due to a qualifying disability. Requests must be supported by appropriate documentation of the relevant disability. Information on the type of documentation needed may be obtained from the Learning Specialist on any campus. Appropriate types of documentation are also listed at www.spcollege.edu/dr/, the College's main web site for Disability Services. Personnel are available in the Offices of Services for Students with Disabilities at each site to determine eligibility and authorize academic accommodations and to help students obtain other necessary support services.

    Students who present acceptable documentation will receive an Authorization for Accommodation Form, listing approved services, from the home campus Learning Specialist. Students whose disabilities may affect their performance in a course or who require special and reasonable accommodations should present this Authorization for Accommodation Form(s) to their instructor(s) at the beginning of the course.

     

     


    Testing of Students

    More information is available on this topic at the Board of Trustees website. 

    College Rule 6Hx23-4.45
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