Seminole State College Reviews
Rating 3.67 out of 5 705 reviews
My online experience was great I had tons of help from my professors and they made sure I had everything I needed.
Not at lot to do on campus. Unless you are playing a sport I don't really recommend unless you came from a small town and are used to not doing anything.
I feel Seminole State has really tried their best to help with the transition from in class to online due to Covid-19. Even through tough times, we are all in this together.
Nursing school is a totally different ball game. The professors at Seminole are fantastic. Nursing department is improving. Staff is so kind and go out of their way to help. I absolutely love my experience at Seminole State.
The professors make it very easy to understand and learn! Me personally I can’t learn unless I’m sitting in a classroom learning! But they do not hesitate to help anyone!
Online courses are excellent and instruction is very good. Professors have been helpful and are easily reached through email and phone contacts in school directory. I wish they offered more online courses.
Still attending. The advisor for my program is a tremendous help and very encouraging. It is a smaller school which is great for the professor to student ratio.
Seminole is a well-rounded junior college. Their online classes are great and the campus is always nice and picked up
SSC is a wonderful school to receive an education! Many programs allow students to help the community including our own food pantry, flu shot drives, and many others! The nursing program has several outstanding instructors willing to help and advise in all areas!
I like how everything is small and easy to find, though many of the buildings are outdated. The teachers are all friendly and willing to help any student who needs help, and there's support services for students who need tutoring as well. It's all-in-all a pretty good college to take your basics, or if you just want an associate's degree like me.
The aspect of Seminole State College that I enjoy the most is that it is a very small community college. Eventually, faces become familiar and it becomes much easier to make friends and be comfortable with your classmates. Being comfortable with those in your learning environment is important to having effective learning sessions, as you can feel confident in your classmates and be able to comfortably trust and rely on them as you help each other learn the class material and advance in your majors.
Seminole State college is a wonderful college. Professors are very attentive to students and willing to help. The campus is beautiful and always clean. Dorm life if fun too.
The professors are very easy to work with, they take time to explain the material whenever help is needed. The campus is kept clean and small enough to get to classes on time. The advisors are always helping students find ways to apply for scholarships and aid.
Most people may not think of it but it is an amazing school. The administration staff goes way out of their comfort zone for their students. The teachers, most of them are great and wants you to succeed; on top of all that they also provide a whole building where you can get all the academic help needed on a daily basis for free.
I am attending Seminole Sate College right now as a concurrent high school student. By the end of the year, I will have completed four courses and recommend this college to anybody that is looking for a degree but is unsure if they are wanting to go to a university. The classes are taught by actual professors who genuinely care about your learning ability and want you to succeed in life. The campus is very easy to follow and understand and is not too big where it is overwhelming.
I love my school! The faculty and staff are very helpful and do their best to make it feel one-on-one. The college as a whole is very connected, it’s almost like everyone on campus are friends or family. They work very hard to provide resources and information to help students succeed. Also, the tuition is super affordable. I’m paying right at $2,000 for this semester. They also have programs and advisors that work step by step with you to get you transferred to a four-year university or to help you get your degree. I recommend this college for anyone who likes smaller class sizes, great teachers and a loving, helpful, & supportive atmosphere!
I've had some really great professors during my time here. My current math professor seems a real sweet heart and I'm looking forward to finishing off my last year with a bang!