In addition to providing support services, the First Generation Freshmen Program at Seminole State offers the following specialized programs to assist qualified first-generation, first-time-in-college students:

Wayne M. Densch Scholarship Program

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. It provides funding and comprehensive support services. Learn more.

Peer Mentor Program

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 Scholarship program. Learn more.

Assigned Advising

Each student is assigned an advisor who will work with students to establish, pursue and refine educational and career goals. Learn more.

Student Life Skills (SLS) Courses

Student Life Skills (SLS) courses help students become more effective in college, introduce students to college success skills, and assist students with career development and career decisions. Taking an SLS course can significantly increase students' chances of academic success. Learn more.


First Generation Freshmen Program