Seminole State welcomes SCPS seniors on campus for Decision Day
Friday, February 3, 2023
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 2023 Decision Day. High school seniors came to the campus Friday, Feb. 3 for a field trip where they learned more about the programs at the College.
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.
"Decision Day is a great way for high school seniors from across Seminole County to get a glimpse of college life," said Interim Associate Vice President of Admission and Enrollment Services Lorie Coachman. "We connect students with 200 academic and career programs, student groups and campus resources to ensure every student can find their place at Seminole State."
Students had the opportunity to tour the Raider Center, home of Seminole State Athletics, and enjoy field games and therapy dogs. Faculty and staff were on hand to answer any questions the students had about the numerous degree programs, and staff were available to walk students through the admissions process.
New this year, students also had an opportunity to tour Seminole State’s workforce programs at the Center for Public Safety, the Barbara Miller CFADA Automotive Training Center and building D which houses the College’s construction trade programs.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seminole County Public Schools (SCPS) is the 12th largest school district in Florida and is 60th nationally with more than 67,000 students and 10,000 employees. SCPS is a leader in education throughout Central Florida and the State and is widely recognized as a Premier National School District.About Seminole State
Seminole State College of Florida, established in 1965, serves more than 25,000 students across six sites in Central Florida. A full-service education provider, Seminole State has thrived by adapting to and meeting the needs of an ever-changing, vibrant community. Seminole State offers 11 bachelor’s degrees in high-demand, high-growth fields; two-year associate degrees; specialized certificates; continuing professional education; adult education and guaranteed admission via DirectConnect to UCF® to the University of Central Florida for Associate in Arts (A.A.) graduates. By offering flexible, affordable, high-quality educational programs and services, the College continues to help students learn, succeed and GO Far. For more about Seminole State, visit seminolestate.edu.
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