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Golfers came out for the 37th annual Dream Cup golf tournament to raise money for programs and scholarships for Seminole State students.
Thirty-one teams participated and showed their support for programs, scholarships and other areas of need at the College, raising over $44,000.
A wide landscape shot. The UP building and student center from the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus are in the distance.
Seminole State College of Florida is expanding the distribution of $4,075,030 in Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding to help students who may have experienced financial hardship due to COVID-19.
A bald man sits in casual clothes behind a desk. He is smiling and on the phone in a relaxed looking office.
Between working a job or raising a family, dedicating time to complete a degree may seem too daunting. Fortunately, there are programs to help keep you moving toward your dreams.
Seminole State College of Florida wants you to be prepared for hurricane season
When the calendar flips to June, it’s time to switch to prepare mode. Hurricane season runs from this Monday, June 1 through Monday, Nov. 30 and Seminole State College of Florida wants you to be prepared.
A screenshot of the Seminole State College Spring 2020 virtual gradation page. It features four videos, the first with College President Dr. Georgia L. Lorenz.
Though it may not have looked like how they always imagined it would, graduating students from Seminole State College of Florida had the opportunity to celebrate with family and friends through a virtual graduation on May 20, 2020.
The Seminole State College student center on the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus
Seminole State College of Florida has finalized plans to distribute $4,075,030 in Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding to help students who may have experienced financial hardship due to COVID-19.

 

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