Frequently Asked Questions
Q. I've already graduated from St. Petersburg College and am about to enroll in the University Partnership Center program. How will that affect my financial assistance?
A. Your financial assistance will now be handled through the university/college you have chosen to receive your bachelor's or master's degree. You should contact that institutions financial assistance office.
Q. I'm enrolled in a University Partnership Center degree program but I'm also taking a course at St. Petersburg College. Can I have that course count in my financial assistance eligibility?
A. As long as the course counts toward your University Partnership Center degree requirement you may be able to have it included. Contact your University Partnership Center financial assistance office for further information concerning "Consortium Agreement" eligibility.
Q. I'm currently working on my AA degree at St. Petersburg College but I'm also taking one course at a University Partnership Center institution. Can I receive financial assistance for that course?
A. If the course you are taking counts toward your degree at St. Petersburg College you may be eligible to have that course included in the financial assistance calculation. You need to see one of the financial assistance counselors at St. Petersburg College for additional information and to secure a "Consortium Agreement" form.
Q. As a University Partnership Center student, how is my financial assistance handled?
A. Like all students who attend your University Partnership Center institution, financial assistance is handled through that college's/university's financial assistance office.