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A young woman sits alone at a table in the library. She has a book open and is smiling while she is taking notes. A Raider water bottle sits ont he table as well.
Seminole State College is offering the Bridge the Gap program this summer, a unique program designed for 2020 high school graduates who delayed beginning their college careers. Through the program, students will take two courses over the Summer Term and the College will use available financial aid and/or institutional funds to cover tuition, fees and books so students will have no out-of-pocket costs.
Daytime outdoor campus photo at Sanford Lake Mary
Seminole State College of Florida recognized four faculty members who were honored with $5,000 Endowed Teaching Chair Awards this spring.
Perseverance, the newest Mars rover descends to the surface of the planet. This birds-eye view of the rover is a still image captured as part of a video taken by several cameras as NASA's Perseverance rover touched down on Mars on Feb. 18, 2021. A camera aboard the descent stage captured this shot. (Photo courtesy of NASA).
Planetarium Manager Derek Demeter dissects the Perseverance mission, what he expects us to learn from it and what it means for the ultimate goal of bringing humans to Mars.
Three men in blue shirts and hard hats from Solar Trek tighten the bolts on the new solar array at Seminole State College.
Seminole State College of Florida is getting a power boost and installing a new solar array on its Robert & Jane Lee Campus at Oviedo. The new solar array was made possible through a $94,000 grant from Duke Energy.
A pink bus pulls away from the Seminole State College Sanford/Lake Mary campus.
For the third year in a row, Seminole State College of Florida has earned a Best Workplaces for Commuters (BWC) award for 2021.
(L-R) Peggy Bittikofer and Jessica Amann both found success through the Seminole State Rapid Skills programs. Bittikofer entered the law enforcement academy and will start a job with the Winter Springs Police Department upon completion. Amann reskilled from her previous job in the tourism industry with a project management certificate.
Through the Seminole State College of Florida Rapid Skills program, which provides funding and training to help students get on track for a career in a high-demand field in 18 weeks or less, these Florida residents have found a way to change course, learn new skills and re-envision their path to success!


Christopher Ward: Building my future