Adrienne Craddock, who graduated in July 2013 with a bachelor's degree in interior design, has been named the Florida College System Chancellor's Student of the Month for February.
While at Seminole State, Craddock, of Longwood, worked as a student ambassador and a college work-study student. She also served on the College’s President’s Council and as president of the U.S. Green Building Council Student Chapter.
She has held positions, such as Environmental Club president and Heathrow Campus Student Government founding secretary/treasurer.
Mercedes Bermejo, dean of students at the Heathrow Campus, said Craddock “takes her work, projects and classes seriously, and settles for nothing less than her best effort.”
This award recognizes outstanding students who demonstrate leadership skills, academic success, and/or commitment to community service through their involvement in the FCS. Craddock received a certificate from FCS Chancellor Randy Hanna and also was featured in the February FCS newsletter. Craddock is the second Seminole State student to receive the honor since it was created in 2013.
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