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NOAA's GOES-East satellite captured this image of Hurricane Laura on August 26, 2020 as it approached the Gulf Coast. (NOAA)
June 1 marks the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season, which continues through Nov. 30. Seminole State College of Florida’s Emergency Response Team encourages all members of the College community to be prepared.
The 2021 Seminole State Women's Golf Team celebrates its win at the NJCAA National Championship in Ormond Beach, Florida.
The Seminole State Women's Golf team capped off a memorable season with its third National Junior College Athletics Association (NJCAA) National Championship in program history. This was the Raiders' second straight championship.
Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust Planetarium at Seminole State College Manager Derek Demeter, left, and his friend, Pinellas County teacher Henry Sadler, found the mammoth bone in the Peace River near DeSoto County in southwestern Florida.
Like they have done many times before, Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust Planetarium at Seminole State College Manager Derek Demeter and his friend, Pinellas County teacher Henry Sadler decided to go diving. Little did they know their underwater discovery on April 25 would go viral around the globe.
Three hospitality workers discuss a banquet room layout.
Across Central Florida, workers and job-seekers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic have a new, free resource to access job training and career opportunities, thanks to a partnership between Seminole State, three other state colleges, the Florida Department of Education, and the national nonprofit SkillUp Coalition.
Seminole State values equity, inclusion, and the diversity of our community
"Seminole State is committed to our collective work for equity and justice. It is our goal to create a work and learning environment that is anti-racist, free from bias and oppression, in which all can thrive and excel. "
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.


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