Each campus library has a computer lab for student and visitor use. All computers are Windows-based and have the Microsoft Office software suite. Visitors to the College must be logged in to a computer by a member of the library staff and can use the guest wireless network. UCF students may receive their login credentials from the UCF Office at the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus.
The login for Seminole State students to the computers and wireless network is:
For full instructions on accessing the wireless, download How to Connect to Seminole State's Wireless Network (Wi-Fi).
ClaroRead is installed on all library computers to assist with reading and writing including text-to-speech capabilities. Disability Support Services has created a video tutorial for using ClaroRead. In addition, the Sanford/Lake Mary library has height-adjustable computer stations in each lab.
For more information about assistive technology at Seminole State, please visit Disability Support Services.
Current Seminole State and UCF students and employees can check out netbooks, tablets, and laptops. Netbooks and tablets can be checked out for 4 hours and may be used outside of the library. Laptops can be checkout out for 2 hours and must be used within the library. Overdue fines for netbooks, tablets, and laptops are $1 per hour.
Each campus library has one or more multi-function printers (MFP) to make prints, copies, or scans. Scanning is available, free of charge, to Seminole State students only.
To print and copy, you will need to use your Blue & Gold ID card, student ID number, or buy a visitor card. Vistor cards can be purchased for $1 at the cash loader machines at the Altamonte Springs, Oviedo, and Sanford/Lake Mary campus libraries. For instructions on adding funds to you Blue & Gold ID or visitor card, visit the Blue & Gold Account page.
The cost of copies and prints per page is:
Scanning is available at the multi-function printers (MFP) for Seminole State students.