With new course offerings coming this fall and extensive new construction and development on the way, it's an exciting time to be a student at Seminole State College of Florida.
And with the 12-Week (12W) and B sessions ahead, there’s still time to apply for Fall Term.
New students who submit applications by Friday, Sept. 4, should have time to complete the steps to enroll and get the classes they want for the Fall Term 12W Session, according to Seminole State’s Admissions Office. New students looking to enroll for B Session should apply by Monday, Oct. 12.
Due to high demand, the College has doubled the number of class sections available during the 12W Session compared with fall 2014.
“We encourage students to apply to Seminole State as early as possible to help ensure the best class selection,” says Pamela Mennechey, associate vice president of Admissions and Enrollment Services. “But with four separate sessions available during the Fall Term, students have the flexibility to enroll in classes that fit their schedules.”
Already registered? Be sure to secure your seat by logging in to your MySeminoleState account to accept and defer your fees or pay for your classes. The first deadline for certain students is Monday, Aug. 10, but you can find your specific deadline in your MySeminoleState account. For more information, visit our Accepting Awards and Deferring Fees page, view this instructional video or call 407.708.2045.
And with several exciting changes around campus and in the classroom, there has never been a better time to enroll. Here are just a few noteworthy developments around Seminole State:
Fall Term classes start Aug. 24. You can apply online.
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