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Womens golf win 2019 Women’s National Championship Tournament
Seminole State College of Florida’s women’s golf team capped off a historic season this week with a decisive victory to be crowned national champions.
(L-R) Alumni Association Chair Amber Clore, Diane Crews, Hayley Furman and Seminole State President Dr. Georgia L. Lorenz attend the Seminole State Alumni Association's annual Alumni Legacy Awards.
The Seminole State College of Florida Alumni Association has honored Diane Crews as its 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient. The Alumni Association also created two new award categories this year – a Honors Alumni Award and Alumni Excellence Honorees.
Melissa Cunningham at the Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship event in 2015
Melissa Cunningham decided to go back to school in 2012 following a series of hardships including an accident involving a drunken driver and her son developing a severe heart condition.She selected Seminole State College of Florida to pursue her degree, and she was one of four students from Seminole State College to earn a Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship in 2015.
Best Workplaces for Commuters Badge
Seminole State College of Florida has earned a Best Workplaces for Commuters award for 2019. By offering employees exceptional commuter benefits that meet the National Standard of Excellence, Seminole State makes a positive impact on employee lives and the environment.
Student Center
With classes for Spring Term 2018 underway at Seminole State College of Florida, students have a new hub for their college experience from admission to graduation. The new Student Center, which opened Jan. 2, is a comprehensive destination for prospective and current students.