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Seminole State Fall 2019 graduation ceremony
Seminole State College of Florida awarded more than 2,400 degrees and certificates during the Collegewide Fall 2019 Commencement on Wednesday, Dec. 11, at the Addition Financial Arena at the University of Central Florida.
The class from the 2018 Women in Science course stands around the sign for the Bandelier National Monument in New Mexico.
Pack your bags, Raiders! The new year is bringing ample opportunities to spread your wings and take your education abroad.
A brunette woman stands at a computer, taking notes on a clipboard. She is wearing scrubs and in a hospital setting. In the background there is a doctor speaking to a patient in a bed.
The world of healthcare isn’t limited to just doctors and nurses. Through the health information technology program at Seminole State College of Florida you can fulfill your purpose of helping others through a world of opportunities.
L-R: DBIA Chairman William G. Hasbrook Jr., Seminole State team members Jeffrey Stout, Michael Miller, Windy Pierre-Louis, Tamara Noftsinger and Tiffany Theodore, Construction Professor/Program Manager Dr. Tan Qu and DBIA Executive Director Lisa Washington.
Following a Southeast regional win, students from the construction and interior design programs placed first in the nation at the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) student competition.
President Emeritus E. Ann McGee stands in the Seminole State Student Center. She is smiling and wearing a blue suit.
The Association of Florida Colleges and the Florida College System Council of Presidents are excited to announce that this year’s James L. Wattenbarger Award winner is Dr. E. Ann McGee, President Emerita, from Seminole State College.
A renovated historical Sanford Home. The house is painted light blue with white details around the windows and porch.
Seminole State College of Florida interior design alumna Julie Lampe won four awards at the American Society of Interior Designers: Florida North competition including one for her work restoring a historic Sanford home.


Jasmine Walton: Resilient