Seminole State College (Seminole State) is located in the metropolitan Orlando area in Seminole County, Florida. Seminole State provides learning opportunities at four campuses and sites throughout the county.
Sanford/Lake Mary Campus: Seminole State opened its doors here in 1966. Located 15 miles north of Orlando, the campus features 200 acres of beautiful, rolling countryside, and is bordered by Sanford to the north and Lake Mary to the west.
Oviedo Campus: The campus, which opened in 2001, is nestled just three miles north of the University of Central Florida and 17 miles northeast of Orlando.
The Center for Economic Development at Heathrow: This facility, which opened in 2007, is a first-of-its-kind public/private partnership that is expected to strengthen Central Florida's economic development efforts and produce highly skilled workers to attract high-paying jobs to the area. The campus is located adjacent to Interstate 4.
Altamonte Springs Campus: Seminole's State's newest campus opened in January 2008. This campus is the first phase in an ongoing major expansion into southwest Seminole County, an area that includes nearly a quarter of a million residents. All of the College's healthcare programs are based here.
The Florida High Tech Corridor cuts through Seminole County, fostering an explosion of high-tech industrial growth that has taken several forms. Most notable is the establishment of corporate headquarters for the American Automobile Association (AAA) and the emergence of high-tech manufacturers such as Veritas, Siemens ICN and InterVoice-Brite. Expansion of Orlando Sanford International Airport has helped this airport to become the state's third-busiest international port of entry. The county's public school system is rated among the highest in Florida, and the median household effective buying income is the highest in the region.
Seminole State College
100 Weldon Boulevard
Sanford, Florida 32773-6199