A team of educators from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) will visit Seminole State College July 13-15 to conduct a review of the college and its baccalaureate-level program.
Seminole State was approved by SACS last year to offer four-year degrees and to transition from a Level I (associate) to Level II (baccalaureate) institution.
The team, which is expected to visit Sanford/Lake Mary and Heathrow campuses, will:
SACS is the regional accrediting body for institutions across the region and is responsible for decisions that impact federal financial aid, the transfer of credits and the integrity of academic programs.
During the visit, students, faculty and staff may be interviewed by a site team member. If interviewed, you should answer the questions to the best of your abilities.
For more information about the visit, please visit Seminole State’s SACS homepage.
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