Summer Term is approaching fast. Here are some tips to help get you started.
Open enrollment for Summer Term begins on Monday, April 15. Here are a few important reminders:
2013 high school graduates:
Summer Term is a great chance to get a jump on challenging core classes. Because Seminole State has small classes, professors can provide you with the one-on-one attention you need to succeed. Here are some tips:
Students who are taking classes at another college or university in the fall can take core classes at Seminole State for about half the cost of the state’s four-year universities. Here are some tips:
Seminole State College gives you the flexibility to take classes when and where you want – day, night or weekend at any of our four convenient campuses, or online. Because Seminole State offers six-week A and B sessions as well as a full Summer Term, you don’t have to spend your entire summer in class if you don’t want to.All students should keep these Summer Term dates in mind:
For more information, please visit Seminole State's Summer Term website.
The College's CTS Department has scheduled a network outage for Dec. 14 from 8-10 p.m. while network hardware is replaced. During this time, access to all Web applications, including Sakai, MySeminoleState, the Seminole State website and email, may be affected.Read More »
Starting in Spring Term 2014, Seminole State College's Center for Business, Legal and Entrepreneurship will offer its first synchronous online courses, which provide students the interaction of a live classroom without leaving the comfort of their own homes.Read More »
To help students prepare for Fall Term final exams and projects, the Seminole State Library will offer Finals Extended Hours starting Dec. 2 at the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus. The campus library will be open 7:30 a.m. – 11 p.m. Monday-Thursday, Dec. 2-5 and 9-12.Read More »