Foundation for Seminole State College

Created at the request of the College's first president, Dr. Earl Weldon, the Foundation for Seminole State College is a not-for-profit corporation established under Florida law in 1968. The activities, funds and resources produced by the Foundation are managed by a board of directors, comprising dedicated business and civic leaders. These men and women serve the Foundation without compensation while contributing their considerable management and leadership skills to foster support for Seminole State.

The Foundation's mission is to enhance the College's programs and services through the development and management of private contributions and community partnerships. The Foundation provides resources that support academic excellence, increased access and vital community outreach, which assists in the advancement of the institution, students, faculty and staff.

The Foundation's goal is to increase its role as steward of relationships and funds, serve as the facilitator of opportunities, and be the messenger and model of the College's values and merit.

Foundation News

Dream Cup 2019
It was a perfect spring day for the 32 teams who participated in the Foundation for Seminole State College’s 36th annual Dream Cup Challenge Golf Tournament held April 15 at The Legacy Club at Alaqua Lakes, raising over $45,000 for programs, scholarships and other areas of need at the College.
The 2019 Foundation for Seminole State College Dream Gala raised over $421,000.
Through the generosity of over 400 attendees, the Foundation for Seminole State College's 35th Annual Dream Gala raised over $421,000 for student scholarships, faculty program support and areas of greatest need throughout the College.
Adjunct Professor Victoria Bradley works with students in the forensic science laboratory.
The Foundation for Seminole State College's Board of Directors has announced its Fiscal Year 2019 Fall Mini-Grant awards, which will fund 15 faculty and staff projects totaling $17,876.91 in support.
Barbara Miller thanks the Seminole State College of Florida Board of Trustees.
For over 30 years, Barbara Miller has been a champion of the top-ranked automotive training program at Seminole State, both personally and prior to her retirement as executive vice president of the Central Florida Auto Dealers Association last year.
Seminole State President Dr. Georgia Lorenz welcomes guests at the Foundation for Seminole State College's 2018 Celebration of Giving on Tuesday, Aug. 7. (Photos by Brion Price Photograhy)
The Foundation for Seminole State College enjoyed the largest revenue year in its history, providing $2.3 million in scholarships and program support for the College and its students, including an all-time high of $892,259 in scholarship funds.


Foundation for Seminole State
1055 AAA Drive
Heathrow, FL 32746