Honors News

Seminole State College alumna and Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholar Tatiana Calvo now attends Columbia University in New York, where she plans to pursue a law degree.
For Seminole State College alumna Tatiana Calvo, life has come full-circle. Since immigrating to the United States in 2001 from Colombia, Calvo now finds herself at a very different Columbia? the university located in New York City.
Honors graduate Prudence Manolov carved a path for herself at Seminole State and will continue her educational journey by pursuing a bachelor's degree at the College.
Prudence Manolov is proof positive that you really can go back and chase your dreams
Gustavo Diaz Galeas and Cathryn "Cate" Kandle were awarded Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarships.
Seminole State students shine again! For the third consecutive year, multiple honors students at Seminole State College of Florida were named winners of one of the nation?s most prestigious and lucrative scholarships.
(L-R) Rodrigo Alcalá, Michael Barton, Caitlin McCormick and Laura Mendez-Castro.
Four student-leaders from Seminole State College of Florida's Environmental Initiative Clubs presented research projects at The National Council for Science and the Environment's (NCSE) 17th National Conference & Global Forum on Science, Policy, and the Environment in Washington, D.C.
(L-R) Eliza Benedick, Shemuwel Russ, Yithrow Russ, Dr. Camesha Manzueta, Sebastian Hernandez, Rodrigo Alcala and Meredith Slack.
The Seminole State College of Florida Forensics Team (speech/debate) took home seven awards in the Florida College Systems Activities Association (FCSAA) Forensics Championship at Florida State College of Jacksonville on Feb. 2-4.
Tatiana Calvo, Flavio Pacheco and  Latifah Maasarani all earned the Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship.
Flavio Pacheco, Tatiana Calvo and Latifah Maasarani were awarded the Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship worth up to $40,000 a year to complete a bachelor?s degree at a four-year college or university and up to $50,000 a year for graduate studies.


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