Sessions are scheduled for:
• Thursday, Feb. 23; 6 p.m.; Heathrow Campus; HEA-201, HEA-202 and HEA-203
• Monday, March 12; 6 p.m.; Sanford/Lake Mary Campus; UP-2205, UP-2206 and UP-3104
• Thursday, May 17; 6 p.m.; Oviedo Campus; OVF-205, OVF-207 and OVF-210
• Monday, June 11; 6 p.m.; Sanford/Lake Mary Campus; UP-2206 and UP-3104
The sessions, designed to help prospective students make a seamless transition into one of Seminole State's four-year programs, will focus on the College's Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees in Architectural Engineering Technology, Business Information Management, Construction and Information Systems Technology as well as its Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) degree in Interior Design.
Faculty from each of the five bachelor's degree programs will lead question-and-answer sessions. Admissions baccalaureate specialists will also answer questions and walk students through the application process. Prospective students will be able to submit their applications during the event.
Financial aid representatives will answer questions about loan, grant and scholarship opportunities.
Seminole State’s first bachelor’s program, the B.A.S. in Interior Design, began in January 2010. Four new B.S. programs became available in January 2012, including Architectural Engineering Technology, Business Information Management, Construction and Information Systems technology.
The priority application deadline for all bachelor's degree programs is March 15 for Summer 2012 and June 15 for Fall 2012. For more information visit http://www.seminolestate.edu/bachelor-degrees/ or call 407-708-2106.