To meet student demand, Seminole State College today added seven prep courses for Spring Term.
Students who are currently enrolled in the College but have not yet completed the necessary developmental coursework in math or reading can enroll in these courses now.
These newly added prep courses will be offered at the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus:
This course is offered at the Oviedo Campus:
In addition, Student Affairs reports that some non-prep sections have been added this week as well. Students can register for any of these courses by logging in to MySeminoleState, the student portal. Students also are advised to check the full Spring Term schedule as seats often open up in existing classes throughout the add/drop period.
According to Student Affairs, students who are unable to secure a needed prep course to register for any of their classes this term should consult with an advisor now. The advisor may be able to override this requirement for one term only. Advisors are available at all four campuses to assist students.
Classes at Seminole State begin on Monday, Jan. 9.
The State of Florida requires that students enroll in developmental courses by the time they’ve registered for their 12th credit and that they continuously enroll in these courses until the prescribed coursework has been completed.
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