For the Fall Term 2020, we are offering online and remote courses. Remote courses show a day and time, and will meet virtually via live video. A limited number of labs, math, nursing, public safety programs, performing arts, automotive, HVAC, plumbing, and some language courses will resume on campus and are notated in the course schedule.
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.
All four campuses have their own flavor and specialty programs, and each campus offers a full array of student support services. Seminole State College is located in the metropolitan Orlando area, Florida.
The Altamonte Springs Campus opened in 2008 and serves one of the most populated areas of Seminole County. More than 100,000 people live within five miles of the campus. The campus concentrates in three key academic areas: healthcare and nursing, general education and adult education. In 2011, the College announced a major expansion at the campus, nearly tripling its size.
The Center for Business Development at Heathrow, which opened in 2007, positions Seminole State firmly along the Interstate 4 High-Tech Corridor. The campus is home to the School of Engineering, Design and Construction and the Foundation for Seminole State College. In addition, the campus has created a spirit of collaboration in Seminole County with a unique economic development suite. Resident partners include the Seminole County Regional Chamber of Commerce, the Seminole County Economic Development Department, the Seminole County Advisory Board Council, Leadership Seminole, the Florida High-Tech Corridor Council and the Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission.
Situated on 180 acres, including a 120 acre nature preserve, the Oviedo campus offers a traditional collegiate atmosphere and beautiful old Florida views. The campus, located near the University of Central Florida, concentrates in three academic areas: general education, engineering technology and adult education. The campus, which opened in 2001, is also one of two locations for the Grindle Honors Institute.
Public higher education in Seminole County was born here in August 1966. The Sanford/Lake Mary Campus sits on 200 acres, bordered by Sanford to the north and Lake Mary to the west. The campus is home of the Wayne M. Densch Partnership Center, UCF’s regional campus, the Center for Public Safety, the CFADA Professional Automotive Training Center, the Fine Arts Building, the Weldon administration building, Raider athletics and the Grindle Honors Institute.