Although work, life and school require a lot of balance, getting involved in student clubs and organizations can provide an outlet to enhance your college experience.
The Non-Traditional Student Club provides a venue for these students to connect and support one another. The club members meet weekly to discuss topics with invited guests, learn about campus resources, and discuss and brainstorm ideas and issues that affect non-traditional students.
To learn more, email the club president.
In addition to the Non-Traditional Student Club, the Office of Student Life offers a variety of clubs and organizations to support your academic and professional interests. From business, to IT, to nursing and beyond, there's something for everyone, and you can enhance your job skills by joining these types of organizations.
If you prefer an activity that suits your recreational interests, there are student clubs related to various hobbies for you to join. And because there's a Student Life office on each campus, getting involved can be easy and convenient. Visit Student Life on your campus to learn more.
The Office of Student Life's Student Leadership Institute offers programs to help students discover their leadership potential and/or enhance their leadership skills. These programs cover a wide range of topics, including teamwork, group dynamics, communication styles, vision planning and ethical decision-making.
These leadership programs are offered each term and are free for all currently enrolled Seminole State students. For more information, email the Office of Student Life, or call 407.708.2611.
Seminole State College
100 Weldon Boulevard
Sanford, Florida 32773-6199