The First Generation Freshmen Program at Seminole State offers three programs to assist first generation, first-time-in-college students during their first two years of college.
Through a generous donation from Wayne M. Densch Charities, Inc., this formal scholarship program is available to qualifying incoming first-time, first generation freshmen each Fall Term, and provides funding and comprehensive support services. Learn More
This program is available to incoming first-time, first generation freshmen each term upon enrolling in course SLS 1101 – College Success. Students gain access to the services provided by the First Generation Freshman office and qualify for a scholarship upon successful completion of the course. Learn More
This program gives second-year, first-generation students the opportunity to volunteer to mentor and coach first-year, first-generation students. Priority consideration for this program is given to current and former students of the Wayne M. Densch or College Success (SLS 1101) Scholarship programs. Learn More