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Service members from all branches were recognized for their service during the half-time show of the University of Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Football versus San Jose State Spartans Veterans Military Appreciation Game at the Aloha Stadium in Honolulu.
Helping those who have served or are serving in our military achieve their education goals is the focus of a new program launched by the Florida College System Council of Presidents.
Renovations are underway for Sanford/Lake Mary Campus building H, which will become the new Raider Center as depicted in this rendering.
The final phase of construction is underway for the renovation of Sanford/Lake Mary Campus building H, which will become the new Raider Center. The renovated facility is set to open in November.
A group of five high school students gather around a table that has a display encouraging STEM study.
More than 1,000 Seminole County Public School seniors took a field trip to their future on Friday, Feb. 14 taking part in Seminole State College of Florida’s annual Decision Day to learn all there is to know about the College.
Four students sit around a desk at the Academic Success Center. A large periodic table is on the wall in the background along with a sign that reads "Science Tutoring."
Staffed with peer tutors, paraprofessionals with at least an associate degree and instructional support specialists, the Academic Success Center (ASC) is ready to help.
Four students study in the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus Academic Success Center. One student draws on the board while three others work a math problem.
The Foundation for Seminole State College's Board of Directors has announced its Fall 2019 Mini-Grant awards, which will fund 19 faculty and staff projects totaling $26,041.23 in support.
Rally stands in his graduation gear celebrating a great year at Seminole State.
From the inauguration of a new president to being recognized as one of the top 150 community colleges in the nation, 2019 was a year of changes and achievement for Seminole State College of Florida.


Jasmine Walton: Resilient