Update: 11:12 p.m. Sept. 12
All classes and activities at Seminole State College of Florida will resume on Monday, Sept. 18. Faculty and staff will report on Friday, Sept. 15. The College understands that with power outages and some impediments to travel due to Hurricane Irma, many students and employees will need extra time to return to campus.
At Seminole State, there was water incursion in multiple buildings at the Sanford/Lake Mary and Oviedo campuses and a power outage at the Altamonte Springs Campus. There is also debris on all sites blocking access to parking lots and roads.
“Our attention and thoughts go out to all those affected,” said Seminole State President Dr. E. Ann McGee. “While I hope that the members of our college community, their families and friends came through this with no damage, I know that many faculty, staff and students are still experiencing power outages, water shortages and other disruptions. Be assured that we are doing all we can to return Seminole State to normal operations.”
The College has been closed for all operations, classes and activities since Sept. 8. The current closure is for all Seminole State campuses and sites, including online. In addition to classes, the College is set to resume normal business operations on Sept. 18.
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