Alumni Association Benefits and News

Stay connected to Seminole State through the Alumni Association.

The Alumni Association provides benefits and services for alumni as they continue their lifelong connection with Seminole State College of Florida. It also provides opportunities for alumni to network with one another, interact with the student body and support the College.

Alumni Association Benefits

The Seminole State Alumni Association supports the mission of the College, informs alumni of campus events and provides opportunities to engage with fellow alumni. The Alumni Association communicates through newsletters, emails, and meetings. Active alumni members become exemplary ambassadors for the College, taking the institution's message into their workplaces, communities and civic organizations.

For more information about the Alumni Association and benefits, please email the Alumni Association or call 407.708.4567.

Alumni News

Jason, Abby and Dilast Kellie smiling at the camera while on vacation.
While juggling a new company and a family of 10 is already enough to send most people’s heads spinning, Jason and Dilast Kellie soon both found themselves enrolling in Seminole State College of Florida.
An image of Mitch Thompson, a Seminole State Alumni,  who now does award-winning marketing for Proclaim Interactive.
Along with his team, Thompson has won over seven regional and national awards for marketing and web design.
An image of Seminole State College Alum Isa Adney.
Jack Kent Cooke Scholar Isa Adney is a published author whose stories inspire readers to keep moving toward their dreams.
Seminole State College's Alumna Juliana Rodriguez Bohorquez
After earning the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke transfer scholarship in 2015, Juliana Rodriguez Bohorquez is now working her way through Howard University medical school towards her dream.
Image of Seminole State students John and Alicia Eynouf at the Ranger School Graduation.
Alicia and John Eynouf both experienced success in their careers, but found they weren't pursuing their passions. With help from Seminole State College, both were able to transform their paths.
An image of Alumni Maria Suarez
Suarez earned her bachelor’s degree from Seminole State College of Florida after immigrating to the U.S. from Cuba in 2013. After just six years, Suarez has changed countries, completed her degree, landed a professional job and is set to finish her next degree in July.
Alumni Association Chair Amber Clore, Diane Crews, Hayley Furman and Seminole State President Dr. Georgia L. Lorenz standing together while attending the Seminole State Alumni Association's annual Alumni Legacy Awards.
The Seminole State College of Florida Alumni Association has honored Diane Crews as its 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient. The Alumni Association also created two new awards.
Melissa Cunningham at the Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship event in 2015
Melissa Cunningham decided to go back to school in 2012 following a series of hardships. She selected Seminole State College of Florida to pursue her degree, and she was one of four students from Seminole State College to earn a Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship in 2015.
Daniel Leon Davis, standing beside a white and red pole in a white basement room, is a champion for social change.
In the middle of one of the most hotly contested social movements in recent history, you’ll find Daniel Leon-Davis, co-founder and partner of The Soze Agency, which works to shift the narrative that creates positive culture and drives change forward.
Jason Valentin wearing a black shirt and smiling for the camera while posing for a picture for Stantec.
Jason Valentin has a talent for surprising himself. He was chosen out of six up-and-coming designers to appear as designer Frank Bielec’s assistant for an episode of the hit show “Trading Spaces.” Through it all, his hard work and humble nature see him through challenges, and the accomplishments keep coming.