Seminole State College will welcome more than 1,000 high school seniors on Friday, Feb. 12, for Decision Day, a free event for Seminole County high school students who have expressed an interest in attending Seminole State.
Students from all of Seminole County's high schools will converge on Seminole State’s Sanford/Lake Mary Campus between 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.
“Decision Day is an opportunity for the students to learn about the differences between high school and college in terms of schedules and credit hours,” says Pamela Mennechey, associate vice president of Admissions and Enrollment Services. “It’s also a great opportunity to learn about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and about all the different scholarships we have to offer.”
Students attending Decision Day will learn more about Seminole State, including interesting facts and information about the unique classes and clubs the College has to offer. Students also will have the opportunity to receive in-person assistance choosing a major and completing their applications to Seminole State.
Also highlighting the day’s activities will be Orlando City Soccer Club’s Kickin’ Cruiser, a Lions-crested truck fitted with gaming and entertainment experiences. Orlando City mascot Kingston the Lion will make an appearance for games and photos.
In addition to those presentations and events, the day’s activities will include:
Please note that the following parking areas will be closed:
Students interested in attending Decision Day should turn in their permission slips to their guidance counselors.
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