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Did you know...Seminole State's high-tech A.S. Degree programs give students the foundation to continue their education at four-year colleges/universities or to enter the job market as programmers.
Registration and Eligibility for the Intercollegiate Programming Competition
The Intercollegiate Programming Competition is open to any Seminole State College, College of Central Florida, Daytona State College, Indian River State College, Polk State College, Valencia College, Brevard Community College or Lake-Sumter Community College student who has a minimum of six credit hours completed at his or her institution and is registered for at least one course during the term that the contest is being conducted. Students related to family members of computer programming faculty are not eligible to compete. Faculty or full-time employees of participating institutions also are not eligible to compete.
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