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Seminole State Social Security Number Collection Statement
In compliance with FL Statute 119.071(5), this document serves to notify you of the purpose for the collection and usage of your Social Security Number (SSN).
Seminole State College (Seminole State) collects and uses your SSN only for the following purposes in performance of the College’s duties and responsibilities. To protect your identity, Seminole State will secure your SSN from unauthorized access, strictly prohibits the release of your SSN to unauthorized parties contrary to state and federal law, and assigns you a unique student/employee identification number. This unique ID number is used for all associated employment and educational purposes at Seminole State.
Refer to Appendix 1 Table of Statutory and Regulatory Authority.
Providing your Social Security Card is a condition of employment at Seminole State.
In addition to the federal reporting requirements, the public school system in Florida uses SSNs as a student identifier (section 1008.386, F.S.). In a seamless K-20 system, it is beneficial for postsecondary institutions to have access to the same information for purposes of tracking and assisting students in the smooth transition from one education level to the next.
Seminole State collects a student’s SSN on certain institutional scholarship applications for student files and federal and state audit/reporting purposes.
If you are a recipient of a State of Florida grant or scholarship, such as the Florida Student Assistance Grant, Florida Work Experience or Bright Futures, the State of Florida Department of Education will require the use of the SSN on their grant/scholarship disbursement website and for reporting purposes.
These programs, funded through the Agency for Workforce Innovation (AWI), use your SSN as an identifier for program enrollment and completion. Also, it is used for entering placement information into either the OSMIS or the Employ Florida Marketplace statewide data collection and reporting system. Because these are performance-based contract programs, AWI requires that all participants and their program-related activities be recorded in the Florida state system.
This Social Security number collection statement has been prepared by Seminole State in compliance with Section 119.071(5), Florida Statutes (2007). (January 2008) Rev. April 2011.
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