Campus Life

Campus Life is comprised of several departments that provide support, resources and programming for students. All campus activity events and clubs and organizations can be found at RaiderConnect at

Student Life

The Office of Student Life leads and directs student-centered programs at three campuses.

  • Altamonte Springs (ALT-102): 407.404.6143
  • Oviedo (OVF-108): 407.971.5033
  • Sanford/Lake Mary (SC-270): 407.708.2678

Leadership Programming

Student Life offers programming to support student leadership development in the form of retreats, institutes and conferences as well as club and organization training.

Student Activities

Student Activities are offered throughout the year in many different formats including hosting welcome back week activities, drug and alcohol awareness programs, comedians, and novelties. Student Life aims to engage students with entertaining and educational programming.

Community Service

Students can volunteer in community-organized projects through the Office of Student Life. Students committed to improving our community can participate in service projects and learn about issues, the benefits of volunteering, and the impact their actions have made.

Clubs and Organizations

Seminole State Student Life hosts more than 30 clubs and organizations that serve the diverse interest of students. A detailed listing of all clubs and organizations is available at Raider Connect. RaiderConnect is an online student engagement platform that lists student clubs, events, and other involvement activities.

Student Leadership Opportunities

Student Government Association (SGA)

SGA provides Seminole State students with a representative form of government. Acting in unison with the College, the SGA may promote, regulate, and coordinate activities that impact the entire community and help the College create a learning environment inside and outside the classroom that increases the chances that students will succeed at Seminole State College.

SGA meeting times are as follows:

  • Altamonte Springs Campus: Thursdays at 12:30 p.m. in room ALT-214
  • Oviedo Campus: Wednesdays at 12:30 p.m. in room OVF-108
  • Sanford/Lake Mary Campus: Mondays at 12:30 p.m. in room SC-185

All college credit and career program students are welcome to attend.

Campus Activities Team

The Campus Activities Team is a group of student leaders dedicated to making the college experience for all Seminole State students engaging, memorable, and fun. Team members plan and implement entertaining and educational programming at the Altamonte Springs, Oviedo and Sanford/Lake Mary campuses. To enhance the overall college experience of Seminole State students, the Campus Activities Team works to facilitate a variety of campus entertainment and activities.

Seminole State Volunteers

The Seminole State Volunteers Leadership Team is a group of selected student leaders who help promote and organize College-wide service events while developing their personal and professional skills. Students interested in being part of the Seminole State Volunteers Leadership Team can find more information at their campus' Office of Student Life.

Recreational Sports

Recreational Sports offer sports opportunities within the College community. Sports include flag football, basketball, soccer, volleyball, kickball, ultimate disc, and table tennis as some examples.  All event dates and activities can be found in RaiderConnect at 

All current students, faculty and staff are eligible to participate in these fun, organized sports and events, regardless of the campus where they attend class or work.  Opportunities are available for students to participate in all phases of the Intramural Sports Program, including planning, organizing, competing and officiating. Seminole State College is a member of (NIRSA) the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association. For more information, visit the Recreational Sports website or call 407.708.2091.



The college’s Athletic offices and fitness center can be found at the Sanford/Lake Mary campus. The fitness center is free and open to all students, faculty and staff where they can participate in group classes and exercise using the cardio and weight machines as well as the free weight area. Visit the wellness website at

First Generation Freshmen

The First Generation Freshmen Program provides scholarships, mentoring and other assistance to first-generation students to help them achieve their goals. Approximately 50 students are selected each academic year for this need-based program. First Generation Freshmen Program students receive a scholarship of $1000 per semester (Fall and Spring terms) for two years to attend Seminole State. The First Generation Freshmen Program also helps students transition to college while providing a sense of community on campus through shared classes. Students are also offered tutoring, mentoring, field trips and assistance with financial planning and budgeting.

To qualify, students must:

  • Be identified as a first-generation college student (neither parent has received a bachelor's degree);
  • Be identified as a first-time-in-college student (have not previously attended college);
  • Demonstrate financial need (as determined by the FAFSA);
  • Agree to participate in cohort activities per semester.

The First Generation Freshmen Program is provided in part by
a generous gift from Wayne M. Densch Charities.
For more information, visit the First Generation Freshmen website
or call 407.708.2897.