Altamonte Springs Facility
Established in 2008, Seminole State's Altamonte Springs Campus features more than 100,000 square feet of classroom and office space in two buildings.
Altamote Springs Campus building A was the $33 million first phase in a major expansion to serve residents in southwestern Seminole County, an area that includes nearly a quarter of a million people. This four-story, 100,481-square-foot building has high-tech health labs, technology-enhanced classrooms with Wi-Fi connectivity, and a fully equipped library.
The campus's renovated building H opened for occupancy in 2018, adding 22 faculty offices and two new classrooms to help accommodate growth. The campus can now accommodate more than 5,000 students, offering comprehensive curricula that include General Education and specialized healthcare courses.
The campus also includes:
- The Ann Wiggins Moore Center for Nursing & Healthcare Professions: All of Seminole State's renowned healthcare programs are concentrated in this facility and utilize innovations and simulations to enhance and expand students' learning experience.
- State-of-the-art classrooms and labs: Today's learning spaces require cutting-edge computer technologies to enhance student learning and student success. The campus' specialized classrooms are equipped with multimedia and audio-visual systems, as well as video-conferencing capabilities.
- Wireless access: All Altamonte Springs Campus classrooms feature wireless network access.
- Information commons: The Altamonte Springs Campus offers an open, active, multistory space where students can gather.
- Prime location: Conveniently located adjacent to the highly visible and easily accessible Maitland Boulevard/434 interchange, Seminole State's Altamonte Springs Campus will offer a rewarding college experience to Central Florida's growing population for decades to come.
- Unique interior design: The building uses way-finding, which helps guide visitors and students. Each floor has a unique color palette. The first and third floors are designed with a cool color palette, while the second and fourth floors feature warm colors. Kiosks are placed on each floor with three computers and a printer, providing student access points for retrieving class schedules and other information.