Academic Advising

Advising is an interactive process between a student and an academic advisor. At Seminole State, students are assigned an advisor to help them navigate the academic environment and make sound decisions in pursuit of their education and career goals.

Students can view their assigned advisor in their MySeminoleState Student Center, and click on the advisor's name to view contact information. Students are encouraged to meet with their assigned advisor or a counselor each term to discuss, clarify and refine their educational plans and objectives.

Counselors and academic advisors can assist students with:

  • Getting started at Seminole State
  • Navigating the college system
  • Transfer information
  • Program requirements
  • Major selection
  • Prerequisite courses for a major
  • Educational plans
  • Graduation audits
  • College resources and support systems
  • College policies and procedures


New Students

First-time-in-college (FTIC) and first-term transfer students are required to complete an advising appointment. After completing Seminole State's online orientation, students will be asked to schedule an appointment from within the orientation system. New students will then be assigned an advisor to assist them.

Current Students

  • Non-registration periods: Current students can make appointments with an advisor or a counselor to complete an educational plan by calling 407.708.2337. They may also contact their assigned advisor via MySeminoleState.
  • Registration periods: Students are seen on a first-come, first-served, walk-in basis.

eLearning Students

Students utilizing Seminole State's eLearning/online resources and classes can request that a representative contact them by scheduling an advising appointment through the eServices website. Students also can contact an eServices Specialist via live chat on their website and via email at

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If you are a current student and have advising questions, please log in to your MySeminoleState account and contact the advisor listed in your Student Center under "Program Advisor". If you are a future student, please email your questions to

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