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.
Each of our four campuses has its own flavor and specialty programs. However, all campuses offer a full array of student support services.
|Altamonte Springs Campus|
The Altamonte Springs Campus opened in 2008 and serves one of the most densely-populated areas of Central Florida. The campus houses all of Seminole State's healthcare programs, as well as state-of-the-art health labs, and technology-enhanced classrooms equipped with the latest wireless network access. Phase II of the master plan for the campus, includes construction of a health science and education building to accommodate growth in healthcare programs.
The Heathrow Campus, which opened in 2007, positions Seminole State firmly along the Interstate 4 high-tech corridor. In addition to offering state-of-the-art classrooms and labs for the School of Engineering, Design and Construction, the campus also offers many core courses and has an innovative economic development suite.
The Robert and Jane Lee Campus at Oviedo, which opened in 2001, is nestled among 185 acres, 120 of which are preserved natural woodlands and wetlands. The campus offers academic programs, including arts, science, math, technology, English, foreign language and adult education. The campus is also one of two locations for the Grindle Honors Institute.
|Sanford/Lake Mary Campus|
Established in 1966, the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus resides on 200 acres, with Sanford to the north and Lake Mary to the west. The campus is home of the Wayne M. Densch Partnership Center, the Center for Public Safety, the Barbara Miller CFADA Automotive Training Center, the Center for Fine and Performing Arts, the E. Ann McGee Student Center, the Weldon administration building, Raider athletics and one of two locations for the Grindle Honors Institute.