Financial Aid

Not sure how to pay for college? Let the professionals in our financial aid office help you sort out the options of paying for a quality education now - with less debt after you graduate. Financial Assistance Services provides guidance on grants, scholarships, student employment and loans to help pay college expenses.

Apply for Financial Aid

Take the first step to see how much money you may qualify for to pay for college.

Apply for Aid

Check your Status

Log in to MySPC to check your student e-mail, review your to-do list, and accept your awards.

Check your Aid


Contact us online, by phone or on campus or check our FAQs and videos.

Ask Financial Aid

Let our experts help you find ways to pay for school

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Financial Aid TV offers a way to skip the lines to get your questions answered. You'll find short videos that can answer many of your questions about applying for financial aid. Whether you're a current SPC student or plan to be, these videos can give you a preview of what to expect during the financial aid process.

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Follow us on Twitter so you can stay up to date with financial aid news and deadlines. Catch the latest on scholarships offered through the SPC Foundation and private donors and our interest-free tuition payment plan.

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Financial Aid Announcements

  • Academic Calendar

    Academic Calendar

    Find academic calendar dates for registration, financial aid deadlines, final exams and graduations.

  • Get help completing the FAFSA!

    Get help completing the FAFSA!

    Get help in person at the St. Pete/Gibbs campus on Nov. 15, Nov. 20 or Nov. 22.
    Join one of our webinars on Nov. 20.

  • Spring Tuition Payment Plan available now!

    Spring Tuition Payment Plan available now!

    Enroll in SPC's Tuition Payment Plan, featuring monthly payments and no interest. Enroll by Nov. 15 for 0% down payment!

  • IRS Data Retrieval Tool Available

    IRS Data Retrieval Tool Available

    Use 2018 tax information to complete the FAFSA for 2020-21. Use 2017 tax information to complete the FAFSA for 2019-20. Remember: the FAFSA is free to complete. Learn more.