As part of the Biology Colloquium series, Seminole State College of Florida will host naturalist, author and award-winning wildlife filmmaker Paul Rosalie.
It’s the smallest planet in the solar system and on Nov. 11, Mercury will transit in front of the Sun and appear as a tiny dark spot moving slowly across the surface of the star. This is a rare event with the next one not taking place until 2032.
Seminole State College of Florida’s Center for Fine and Performing Arts will present William Shakespeare’s famous comedy “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” under the stars on the lawn of the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus from Nov. 1 - 10.
The Seminole State College of Florida Office of Student life will host several events on campus, designed to bring awareness towards global environmental issues as part of Social Justice Week.
With over 8,000 Hispanic students, Seminole State aims to celebrate their diverse cultures through gallery exhibits, interactive art displays, music and dance.
Seminole State College of Florida’s Center for Public Safety celebrated the completion of $2 million in fire academy upgrades and equipment purchases including the arrival of two new training fire trucks with a traditional “Wet Down” and “Push Back” ceremony, Thursday, Aug. 29.