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Dr. Ashley Navarro smiles at the camera. Her upper half is shown, she is wearing a blue shirt and has long, straight brown hair.
Q&A with Seminole State alumna Dr. Ashley Navarro.
First Generation Freshman program staff share information with students at the Discover Seminole State event in Fall 2018. Now, Seminole State has been selected for First Scholars Network.
Seminole State College of Florida has been selected to join the inaugural cohort of First Scholars Network institutions after demonstrating a commitment to advancing the outcomes of first-generation students.
Woman stands at a desk with blue prints in front of her. She is holding a tablet in her hands with a book open. She is wearing a safety vest and hard hat.
The construction industry has managed to keep people safely at work while setting their eyes on the future. At the heart of it all is the project manager, keeping the lights on and keeping us on track for a brighter tomorrow.
The E. Ann McGee Student Center on Seminole State's Sanford/Lake Mary Campus
Classes at Seminole State College of Florida will continue in online and remote format for Fall Term 2020, but a limited number of classes and services will be offered in person as part of the College’s plan for a phased reopening.
The Seminole State’s Emil Buehler Planetarium is set to co-host nationwide Solarbration
One trip around the cosmos is never enough, that’s why the Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust Planetarium at Seminole State College of Florida is teaming up with astronomers and planetariums from all over the country to co-host a Solarbration.