Supporting Hispanic Students
We are committed to your success inside and outside the classroom, and as a Hispanic-Serving Institution, we aim to enhance the visibility and involvement of the Hispanic community at the College. Seminole State offers resources and programs that bring our diverse student population together and foster collaboration among students, staff and faculty.
Academic Advising and Counseling
Our dedicated team of academic advisors will help you select classes and stay on track for graduation. English and Spanish speaking advisors are available to assist you virtually or in person. Connect with a counselor ››
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Don’t let the cost of college hold you back. Our tuition is about half what you’d pay at a state university, plus we award more than $50 million in financial aid each year and the Foundation for Seminole State College provided over $1 million in scholarship and emergency assistance last year. Learn more about financial support ››
Free Services and Support
Not only will you get academic support like free tutoring, free practice tests and free laptops to borrow every semester, Seminole State students also get free transportation to all campuses through the LYNX bus system, free unlimited telehealth service (24/7 online access to healthcare providers for non-emergency medical issues) and support through Destination Graduation – a program with the Heart of Florida United Way which connects students to the resources they need to stay in school, including food and clothes.
More info on Raider Support ››
As an open-access institution, Seminole State welcomes all students. There are opportunities available that DACA and undocumented students may qualify for to help make college more affordable. Additional details on DACA/Undocumented Admission ››
The H.O.P.E. (Helping Others Pursue Education) Scholars program provides personal, academic, social, professional and leadership development to our underrepresented students.
The First Year Experience Flightpath: Chart Your Course allows students to connect to the College’s culture and its collaborative, inclusive and supportive environment.
The First Generation Program supports incoming first-time-in-college, first-generation students pursuing their A.A. degree.
Second-year students in the Peer Mentor Program offer support and guidance to first-year students.
There are more than 50 student clubs and organizations, like the Hispanic Student Association (HSA), to help you get involved and meet other students who share your interests.
We offer in-person, hybrid, remote and online courses.
For more information, view class types.
Traditional face-to-face classes are held on campus on set days and times. Students are asked to respect personal decisions regarding face masks and other COVID precautions.
Visit our virtual registration and resources webpage.