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Student Affairs remodel begins Jan. 25

The Student Affairs Redesign project starts Jan. 25.

Student Services in building A on the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus will be closed for renovations Jan. 25-March 10, and offices will be temporarily relocated.

When offices reopen after Spring Break, students will see an improved student experience.

As staff members move to temporary locations, limited in-person assistance will be available at the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus on Friday, Jan. 25, and Monday, Jan. 28. Students who need assistance are urged to visit one of the College’s other campuses. Student Affairs staff also will assist students at information tables in the Partnership Center atrium and in the Student Center.

The Financial Aid and Assessment and Testing offices will provide uninterrupted service throughout the move. All Testing and Assessment services will be in D-108 (buidling D). Financial Aid will assist students in UP-2206 (Partnership Center).

Student Affairs locations at the Altamonte Springs, Heathrow and Oviedo campuses are not affected.

Temporary locations

From Jan. 29-March 10, student services will assist students through temporary locations on the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus.

Jan. 29-March 10

Office

Temporary Location

Admissions

UP-1206 (Partnership Center)

Academic Advising and Counseling

H-118 and H-119 (building H)

Assessment and Testing

D-108 (building D)

Bachelor's Degree Services

UP-1206 (Partnership Center)

Early College/Dual Enrollment

UP-1206 (Partnership Center)

Financial Aid

A-100 (Weldon)

International Students Office

UP-1206 (Partnership Center)

Registration and Records

H-118 and H-119 (building H)

Veterans Affairs

L-204E (building L)

You can find the temporary location of many staffers through the online employee directory or the Student Affairs move plan. Also, phone numbers during this transition will not change. 

An Improved Student Affairs Experience

When the building reopens after Spring Break (March 11), students will notice a new, refreshed look but also a new streamlined approach. Student specialists, who are cross trained to assist every student with the majority of transactions, will assist students from when they first inquire about the College through graduation, all from one area. This streamlined model of service has been used successfully for several years at Seminole State's other campuses.

For more information, please visit the Student Affairs redesign page.

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