Seminole State College relies upon the generosity and benevolence of its community partners. Without their support, the College would not be able to sustain its growth and the quality of its institutional programs.
For those interested in becoming a part of the College's history, there are several ways to make a contribution that will provide permanent recognition for the donor.
An endowed fund is established with a minimum $10,000 gift for a scholarship and a $100,000 gift for a teaching chair. These funds are invested, and the earnings are used to award a student scholarship or a faculty Endowed Teaching Chair Award.
If you are interested in establishing an endowment, please contact Miranda Burrowes, assistant director of development.
More information on how to establish an endowed scholarship or chair is available on the following pages:
Many programs are directly sponsored through a community supporter, whether it be an individual or business. These donors have given an outstanding gift, which has made a significant impact on the College.
The Foundation staff will carefully and personally facilitate these types of gifts. If you are interested in sponsoring a program or a new facility, please call 407.708.4572 or email the Foundation.