Seminole State College of Florida is closely monitoring Sandy, which, as of 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 24, had intensified into a hurricane.
The College is open regular hours. In the latest track Thursday, Oct. 25, Sandy is expected to pass east of Florida on Friday afternoon, with the cente rof the storm 200 miles off the coast.
Please monitor weather reports as well as Seminole State's website or Emergency Hotline at 407.708.2290 for updated emergency information.
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