Prospective students, employees and other visitors can now explore Seminole State College of Florida remotely through the new interactive campus map feature, a highly detailed photorealistic multimedia experience designed to showcase the College’s landscape, programs and services.
The map utilizes the latest Web-based technology to provide a to-scale, fully interactive look at all four Seminole State campuses, including buildings, roadways, sidewalks, parking lots and landscaping features. Dining and ATM locations also are marked.
“Seminole State is known for the beauty of its campuses and its highly ranked learning environment, and these lifelike maps come as close as possible to catching that beauty,” says Dick Hamann, vice president of Information Technology and Institutional Resources. “They give potential students a glimpse into life at the College.”
Map visitors can click each 3D-rendered building to view interior and exterior photos, watch informative videos, and read descriptions of the programs, services and offices located inside. Information is presented by building on the Sanford/Lake Mary and Oviedo campuses, and viewers can get a floor-by-floor breakdown for the Altamonte Springs and Heathrow campuses.
The map was designed to be viewed on traditional desktop computers as well as tablets and smartphones. People who access the map via smartphone while on campus also have the option to utilize the GPS function to pinpoint their exact location.
“Our campus is a strong selling point for us, and this interactive feature will help future students who are not able to visit us in person see all Seminole State has to offer,” says Hamann.
The interactive campus map is a joint project of the College Relations and Marketing Department and the Computing and Telecom Services Department. You can explore the map by visiting maps.seminolestate.edu.
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