SCPS seniors take over Seminole State for Decision Day

Friday, February 11, 2022
Written by: Emily Hollingshead

Seminole County Public School (SCPS) seniors were able to explore their options for the future at Seminole State College of Florida during the 2022 Decision Day. High school seniors came to the campus Friday, Feb. 11 for a field trip where they learned more about the programs at the College.

View photos from Decision Day. 

Students from Crooms, Hagerty, Lake Brantley, Lake Howell, Lake Mary, Lyman, Oviedo, Seminole, and Winter Springs high schools took part. The event, hosted by the Admissions Office on the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus, gave students the opportunity to learn more about the programs and services offered at the College.

“We’re thrilled we get to host Decision Day again this year,” said Vice President of Student Affairs Johnny Craig. “The chance to have students come to campus so they can actually see themselves in the collegiate environment and have that tangible connection to the opportunities available to them is a great thing.” 

Students had the opportunity to tour the new Raider Center, the new 26,000-square-foot wellness facility, and enjoy field games and local food trucks. Faculty and staff were on hand to answer any questions the students had about the numerous degree programs including:

College programs including the Grindle Honors Institute, the Career Center, intramurals and the Center for Fine and Performing Arts were there to show students what life at Seminole State is like beyond the classroom. Students also had the chance to learn about the Summer Bridge program, a program created in partnership with SCPS that helps first-time-in-college students easily transition to college courses at Seminole State with no out-of-pocket expenses.  

To learn more about all of the degree programs available at Seminole State, contact the Admissions Office at 407.708.2050 or at

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