Note: Re-admit students must re-apply to the College and re-prove residency. The student can walk in to see an advisor but must bring unofficial transcripts if the student has attended other institutions since the time he or she was last enrolled at Seminole State.
|1 Apply for Re-admission|
You have several options for applying to Seminole State College:
Verify your residency status.
Because you have not enrolled at the College in at least one year, you will have to prove residency again. The Florida Residency Affidavit determines your eligibility for in-state tuition rates. Complete your residency via the online application, download the form or pick one up in Student Services on any campus. The last day to submit this documentation is the day before each semester begins.
|2 After You've Been Accepted|
Complete Online Orientation.
Orientation is mandatory for re-admit students. During orientation, you will receive updated information about College policies and procedures that may have changed since you last enrolled. If you did not have a MySeminoleState account during your previous enrollment, you will need to create one first at my.seminolestate.edu. Click here to complete the online orientation. For more information, call 407.708.2050.
Please note: You cannot view the online orientation until you have turned in your residency affidavit and documents and created your MySeminoleState account.
|3 Submit Your Documents|
Complete a financial aid application.
If you have not already applied for financial aid, do so as soon as possible through the FAFSA website. Seminole State's six-digit FAFSA code is 001520. It typically takes four to six weeks to determine your eligibility. Additional information may be requested if you are chosen for verification, so please continue to check the To-Do List in your MySeminoleState Student Center in case additional documentation is needed.
Provide your college transcripts (If you've attended other educational institutions since last enrolling at the College.)
Official transcripts must be sent to the College at: Seminole State College of Florida, Enrollment Services, 100 Weldon Blvd., Sanford, FL 32773. Financial aid will be delayed until these documents have been received and evaluated.
|4 Register for Classes|
Meet with an advisor.
The advisor will determine your course eligibility and help you plan your schedule. No appointment is necessary.
Register for classes.
Once you've met with an advisor, you will be eligible to register for classes during Open Enrollment for the term you plan to attend. Check the Academic Calendar for dates and deadlines.
Accept your aid and defer fees, or pay for your classes.
Log in to your MySeminoleState Student Center to determine your fees and payment due date. If you are paying for your classes out-of-pocket, payments can be made through MySeminoleState or at any campus Cashiers/Business Office. If you are receiving financial aid, you must accept or decline your award and electronically sign a fee deferment every semester. Click here for instructions.
|5 Once You've Registered|
Purchase your textbooks.
Seminole State bookstores are located on the Altamonte Springs, Oviedo and Sanford/Lake Mary campuses. If you have financial aid, please check the Financial Aid Dates and Deadlines page to determine when bookstore charges begin and end.
Get your student ID.
Visit seminolestate.edu/idcard for the Blue & Gold Card Services locations and hours. Please wait one hour after you register to pick up your card. A government-issued ID must be presented.
Pick up your parking decal.
You can obtain a parking pass from the Cashiers Office on any campus. Please bring your Blue & Gold Card with you.
Log in to your student email.
Office 365 is the College's official student email system, which is created approximately one business day after you create your MySeminoleState account. Click here for instructions on how to log in and change your password. Once you register for classes, your student email account is the only account the College will send messages to, so please check your email regularly.