After logging into MySPC, if your TO DO list mentions:
If you are a Florida resident, you can easily prove residency when you apply online to SPC by providing valid ID numbers for two of the following documents, issued at least 12 months before the first day of your classes:
If you are a dependent student (you are under the age of 24), you will need to provide documents of a parent or legal guardian.
If you can’t provide two of the items above during the online application process, you will be classified initially as a non-resident. Unless you apply to change your residency status before the first day of classes, you will be classified as a nonresident and charged the higher tuition rate.
How returning students prove Florida residency
If you are a returning student that has not been enrolled in credit classes at SPC in the past six terms, the same questions will be asked when you register online.
You must provide updated information to confirm that your Florida residency is still valid or you will be classified as a nonresident and charged the higher tuition rate.
NEW: No more faxing or waiting in line. Submit your residency documents here and make sure you include your name and student ID number.
Residency documents must be submitted before the first day of classes. Documents must be dated, issued or filed 12 months before the first day of the term and be valid for 12 consecutive months with no gaps.
Contact Admissions and Records for questions regarding:
Transfer Credit evaluation727-341-7141, email
Florida residency status727-341-3403, email
Mail official hardcopy high school and college transcripts to:
St. Petersburg College
The Office of Admissions and Records
PO Box 33089
St. Petersburg, FL 33733
St. Petersburg College P.O. Box 13489St. Petersburg FL 33733-3489727-341-4772
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