Seminole State is one of the largest producers of two-year degrees in the nation. One of the big benefits of earning your degree from Seminole State is that you can take your first two years of college close to home and then, once you earn your Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree, transfer to the college or university of your choice to complete your bachelor's degree.
Here is an overview of transfer options available for Seminole State A.A. graduates.
Many Seminole State A.A. and A.S. graduates choose to continue their education at Seminole State. As a state college, Seminole State offers bachelor's degrees in high-demand areas. Students begin taking upper-division courses as a junior.
Seminole State partners with the University of Central Florida to offer DirectConnect to UCF®, a nationally-recognized program that provides guaranteed entry* to UCF for A.A. and A.S. graduates.
Seminole State partners with UF Online, the University of Florida's fully online baccalaureate degree program. UF Online offers easy transfer to Bachelor programs for Seminole State AA graduates. UF Online's numerous programs start three times a year and are designed for students in a variety of life and educational stages – first time in college students, adults returning to college who want the flexibility of online study and students pursuing a second bachelor's degree.
Florida Public Universities
Students who complete their A.A. degree from Seminole State can transfer as juniors to one of Florida's 12 state universities. This approach to earning a four-year degree is commonly referred to as 2+2. Check with an academic advisor and review the online catalog of the university you plan to attend to make sure you stay on track.
Florida Private Colleges and Universities
Through statewide agreements, once you earn your A.A. degree, you can continue your studies as a junior at one of Florida's private colleges and universities.
Since Seminole State is regionally accredited, most courses will transfer to colleges and universities across the United States.
Visit that institution’s admissions website or contact their admissions department for more information.
For more information, please visit the articulation homepage.
* Consistent with university policy. Limited- and restricted-access programs may require an additional admission process.