Lee Campus at Oviedo Facts

The clock tower at Seminole State's Lee Campus at Oviedo
The clock tower on the Lee Campus at Oviedo

The $30 million Oviedo Campus opened in 2001 to meet the growing educational needs of eastern Seminole County. It is situated on a 185-acre wetland preserve, which allows students the opportunity to take classes surrounded by inspiring Old Florida views of natural pine flatwoods and marshes, and it offers a full array of college-credit courses.

The campus's 147,000 square-foot learning facilities can accommodate nearly 7,000 students, where they can comfortably work toward achieving their degree.

In March 2018, the Oviedo Campus was renamed the Robert and Jane Lee Campus at Oviedo in honor of the late couple's financial contribution and commitment to the College.  

The Lee Campus at Oviedo readies students to continue their education at the University of Central Florida or at any of the state’s other colleges and universities. Students can take classes here to prepare for a highly skilled technical career, and high-tech programs are available for those who wish to obtain a career in today's rapidly changing information technology and business environments.


Seminole State College - Oviedo
2505 Lockwood Blvd.
Oviedo, FL 32765