Seminole State College of Florida


Seminole State College was formerly known as Seminole Community College

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Total Cost On-Campus Attendance $4,561
Admission Success rate N/A
Student Ratio Students-to-Faculty 28 : 1
Retention (full-time / part-time) N/A / N/A
Enrollment Total (all students) 18,104


Seminole State College offers associate degrees in science and the arts as well as a bachelor’s degree and a wide variety of certificate programs.

The Associate in Arts degree program at Seminole State is geared toward students who are interested in transferring to a four-year college or university after graduation. In addition to meeting liberal studies requirements, Seminole State’s A.A. curriculum allows students to complete prerequisite course work for more than 60 upper-division majors. Students must receive a “C” or higher in classes that contain writing or mathematics requirements.

Seminole State’s Associate in Science degree programs are intended for students who want to enter the work force immediately after graduation or continue on to a related bachelor’s program. Nearly three dozen A.S. programs are available at Seminole State, in areas like construction, criminal justice, fire science, business and nursing. All Associate in Science degrees lead directly into the University of Central Florida’s Bachelor of Applied Science program. In addition, many A.S. graduates are able to transfer to any state university through a statewide articulation agreement.

Nearly 60 college-credit and vocational certificate programs are available at Seminole State, including health information management, digital media, computer programming and automotive technology. These programs blend classroom instruction with real-world training to prepare students for immediate employment or advancement in a particular industry.

Seminole State launched its first baccalaureate degree program, a Bachelor of Applied Science in Interior Design, in January 2010. Additional bachelor’s programs may be offered in the future.

The Art and Phyllis Grindle Honors Institute offers enrichment opportunities for students who want to enhance their academic experience and learn in a more challenging environment. Available programs include the Honors Diploma, Honors Certificate and Science Merit Diploma.

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Students must submit an online or printed application for admission before they can be accepted to Seminole State College. Students must also complete the Florida Residency Affidavit as part of the application process.

Official copies of students’ ACT/SAT scores must be turned into the Records Office before their advising appointment. If a student has not taken either test, he or she must complete the Computerized Placement Test, which is administered in Seminole State’s Assessment and Testing Center. Official transcripts from students’ high schools and any colleges they have previously attended must be submitted to the Records Office by the deadline posted on the college’s academic calendar.

Seminole State College accepts transfer, transient and international students.

Financial Aid

Seminole State College offers many types of financial aid, including loans, grants and scholarships. Students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for financial assistance.

Seminole State’s MyMoney Handbook offers detailed information about financial aid opportunities. The college accepts the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship, which rewards high school graduates for exceptional academic achievement. The scholarship is funded by the Florida Lottery.

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Seminole State College was established in 1965 in Seminole County, Florida, and has four campuses throughout the region.

Students can get involved in more than 40 clubs and organizations, including the Environmental Club, the Hispanic Student Association, the African American Cultural Forum and the Seminole State Volunteers. Seminole State also sponsors the Student Government Association, which serves as a representative form of government for all college-credit and career-program students.

Seminole State offers a wide variety of fine arts activities, including an on-campus art gallery that showcases the work of students, faculty and local artists. The college also has a theater, which is home to several show productions each year, and an Encore! concert series, which features musical performances by Seminole State’s Gospel Choir and Concert Chorale. All fine arts events are open to the public.

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The Seminole State College Raiders compete in three National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I sports: baseball, softball and women’s golf. They also are members of the Florida Community College Activities Association’s (FCCAA) Mid-Florida Conference.

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