For Spring Term 2022, we are offering in-person, hybrid, remote and online courses.  
For more information, view class types

Traditional face-to-face classes held on campus on set days and times. Currently, masks/cloth face coverings and other precautions are strongly recommended.


Classification of Students and Enrollment Verification

  • Freshman: You are classified as a freshman if you have completed less than 30 college-level credits toward a degree.
  • Sophomore: You are classified as a sophomore if you have completed at least 30 college-level credits toward a degree.
  • Junior: You are classified as a junior if you have completed at least 60 college-level credits and are admitted to a bachelor's degree program.
  • Senior: You are classified as a senior if you have completed at least 90 college-level credits and are admitted to a bachelor's degree program.
  • Non-Degree-Seeking Student: A student admitted for purposes other than earning a degree.
  • Transient Student: A student who is registered for a course(s) at Seminole State College with the approval of their home college or university for that specific course(s). Degree-seeking students currently enrolled at Seminole State who wish to enroll in a course at another institution for the purpose of applying that credit toward their degree at Seminole State will maintain their current degree-seeking status and are not classified as "transient" at Seminole State.
  • Audit Student: A student who enrolls in a college course in which no credit is earned. Audit students must complete the admission process and meet all requirements as a student attempting the course for credit. Students may not register to audit a course until the add/drop period begins. Students cannot change from an audit to credit after the add/drop deadline.

Enrollment Verification

Full-/Part-Time Credit Requirement per term
  • College Credit: 12 credit hours/6-11 credit hours
  • Vocational: 15 contact hours/7.5-14.5 contact hours
  • ABE/GED: 15 credit hours/12 credit hours
  • ESOL: 20 contact hours/12 contact hours
  • High School: Full-time days = 18 credit hours (minimum three classes; each class must have six contact hours); Full-time nights = 12 credit hours (minimum two classes; each class must have six contact hours)
  • Social Security: 21 contact hours/20 contact hours or less
Request for Enrollment Verification

Seminole State College has made the National Student Clearinghouse its authorized agent for processing Enrollment Verification requests for its students.

  • College Credit:  The Clearinghouse's EnrollmentVerify service is designed to fulfill verification requirements for students and companies or organizations needing proof of a student's enrollment status. To make a verification request, Seminole State students should log into the MySeminoleState portal and use the Enrollment Verification link provided in the Academic Records tile within their My Student WorkCenter. All other requesters should visit the National Student Clearinghouse website.
  • Adult High School and Adult Education:  Adult High School and Adult Education enrollment and diploma verification services are not available through the National Student Clearinghouse and must be requested through Seminole State's Enrollment Services/Registrar’s Office. To request an enrollment verification, please complete the Enrollment Verification Request form. To request an additional or replacement diploma, please complete the Request for Replacement Diploma/Certificate form and submit it to the Enrollment Services/Registrar’s Office by mail or in person at Student Services on any campus.

Note:  Current term enrollment verifications will not be available until approximately seven (7) business days after the add/drop deadline. The add/drop deadlines can be found in the online catalog calendars section. Seminole State College of Florida submits data to the National Student Clearinghouse approximately once a month.

Our mailing address is:

Seminole State College of Florida

C/O Enrollment Services/Registrar’s Office

100 Weldon Boulevard

Sanford, FL  32773

Degree Verifications

Seminole State College has made the National Student Clearinghouse its authorized agent for processing Degree Verification requests for its students.

  • College Credit:  The Clearinghouse's DegreeVerify service is designed to fulfill the verification requirements of companies or organizations requiring proof of a student's degree status. To request a Degree Verification, visit the National Student Clearinghouse website.
  • Adult High School and Adult Education:  Adult High School and Adult Education diploma verifications are not available from the National Student Clearinghouse and must be requested through Seminole State's Enrollment Services/Registrar’s Office. You can submit the Request Form by mail or in person at Student Services on any campus.

Our mailing address is:

Seminole State College of Florida

C/O Enrollment Services/Registrar’s Office

100 Weldon Boulevard

Sanford, FL  32773

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