Students, faculty and staff can expect a few more changes around the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus this spring, as the College's $85 million construction and renovation campaign nears completion.
The $5.7 million loop road project also will be completed before the start of spring classes. The new roundabout and roadway connect Weldon Boulevard with College Drive to create a loop around the entire Sanford/Lake Mary Campus perimeter.
The project, which began in January, will enhance safety and traffic patterns around campus.
Additional campus improvements are still in the works, with L building renovations scheduled to begin this summer. Contractors will start with the third floor and work their way down to the bottom level as funding becomes available. To prepare for the project, all classes and faculty offices on the top floor of L will be relocated to other buildings starting in January.
Dr. Laura Ross, vice president of Academic Affairs, will represent Seminole State in a panel discussion with the theme, “The Intersection of Education and Innovation.” This TEDxOrlando Education Salon will begin at 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 21, in Orlando.Read More »
Seminole State College of Florida is celebrating Earth Week 2018 with some great events hosted by the Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust Planetarium at Seminole State.Read More »
Seminole State College of Florida's Board of Trustees today announced Dr. Georgia Lorenz as president-elect. Dr. Lorenz is set to become Seminole State’s third president to succeed Dr. E. Ann McGee on Aug. 1, 2018.Read More »