Finding Help and Getting Connected

Knowing how to find resources available to you can be a challenge. Here you'll find the support services available to help you stay safe and healthy.

Hurricane Help

Seminole State Resources to Help Students

Other Hurricane Help

Disaster Distress Helpline from Heart of Florida United Way - Dial 211 for assistance 24/7, 365 days-a-year crisis counseling and support to people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters.

Holistic Student Support

Seminole State College’s Holistic Student Support offers a variety of programs to help students with their health, hunger, and unexpected situations.

Telehealth Services Doctor

Telehealth Services

Seminole State College has partnered with The Virtual Care Group to provide a free telehealth program to currently enrolled students. This program provides you with access to U.S. Board Certified and State Licensed health providers to provide care for medical issues such as cold and flu, sinus problems and ear infections. No health insurance is needed, and no deductible is required.
Destination Graduation Hands

Destination: Graduation

Seminole State partners with the Heart of Florida United Way to help at-risk students access resources they need to stay in school. Destination: Graduation is designed to provide students with the support they need to overcome barriers to continuing their education and completing their degrees.
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Lynx Bus on Campus

LYNX Bus Transportation - Ride for Free

As part of a partnership with LYNX, Seminole State students and employees are able to ride the LYNX system absolutely free. Free bus services are available on all LYNX fixed routes and NeighborLink routes during times when LYNX is in service.
Rally with Student in Raiders Pantry

Raiders Helping Raiders Pantry

To provide assistance to students in need, Seminole State's Raiders Helping Raiders Pantry and Rally's Hygiene Help provides students with free food and hygiene items.

Additional Resources


Mercedes Bermejo
Director, Holistic Student Support