Career and Technical Students Steps to Enroll
Follow the steps below to become a career/technical student at Seminole State. If you have any questions regarding Seminole State's admissions process, contact the Admissions Office.
You have several options for applying to Seminole State College:
- Apply online.
- Download and print the Seminole State Application for Admission.
- Obtain a printed application from Student Services on the Sanford/Lake Mary, Altamonte Springs or Oviedo Campuses.
- Request an application by emailing email@example.com.
Verify your residency status.
The Affidavit for Florida Residency determines your eligibility for lower in-state tuition rates. If you submit a paper Application for Admission (not online), please download the form or pick one up in Student Services on any campus. The last day to submit this documentation is the day before each semester begins.
Provide your high school transcript.
If your program requires an official, final transcript, please send it to:
Seminole State College of Florida
100 Weldon Blvd.
Sanford, FL 32773
If eligible, financial aid will be delayed until your official transcripts have been received and evaluated.
Create your MySeminoleState account.
Once your residency has been approved and you have a student ID number, visit my.seminolestate.edu, and click "Create My SSC Student Account." If you have questions, visit the MySeminoleState Help page or call 407.708.2000.
Complete the Student Welcome.
During the Student Welcome, you will learn about College policies and procedures as well as campus activities. For more information, call 407.708.2050.
Please note: You cannot view the Student Welcome until your residency status has been verified and you have created your MySeminoleState account.
Submit placement test scores (if needed).
You may be required or opt to take a placement test. Please visit seminolestate.edu/testing/placement for more information.
Complete a financial aid application.
Select programs are eligible for financial aid. Please check your program for eligibility. If you have not already applied for financial aid, do so as soon as possible through the FAFSA website. Seminole State's six-digit FAFSA code is 001520. It typically takes four to six weeks to determine your eligibility.
Schedule an appointment with your assigned advisor.
Your advisor will determine your course eligibility and help you plan your schedule.
Register for classes.
You will register for classes during your advising appointment.
Accept your aid and defer fees, or pay for your classes.
Log in to your MySeminoleState account to determine your fees and payment due date. If you are paying for your classes out-of-pocket, payments can be made through MySeminoleState or at any campus Cashiers Office. If you are receiving financial aid, you must accept or decline your award and electronically sign a fee deferment every semester. View accepting aid and deferring fee instructions.
Purchase your books.
Seminole State bookstores are located on the Altamonte Springs, Oviedo and Sanford/Lake Mary campuses. If you have financial aid, please check the Financial Aid Dates and Deadlines page to determine when bookstore charges begin and end.
Get your student ID.
Visit the Blue & Gold ID card homepage for the Blue & Gold Card Services locations and hours. Please wait one hour after you register to pick up your card. A government-issued ID must be presented.
Pick up your parking decal.
Request your parking permit online, then visit the Cashiers Office or Campus ID Card Services on any campus to pick it up. Please bring your Blue & Gold Card with you.
Log in to your student email.
Office 365 is the College's official student email system. Your student email account will be available within 24 hours after your residency status has been determined and you have created your MySeminoleState account. Your student email account is the only account the College will send messages to, so please check it regularly. Visit the student email webpage to view first-time user instructions and log in.