Seminole State College of Florida’s Office of Student Life will host Hispanic Heritage Month activities featuring food and cultural activities at each of the College’s campuses.
Hispanic Heritage Month runs through Oct. 15. Events will be held on the following dates:
More than 25 percent of the student body at Seminole State is Hispanic, making Seminole State an official Hispanic Serving Institution. Additionally, the College’s President, Dr. E. Ann McGee, was named the Hispanic Community Champion at the annual Don Quijote Awards Gala hosted by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando and Prospera. The award recognizes a non-Hispanic individual who has lead by example in supporting the progress of the Hispanic community in Central Florida.
The Office of Student Life at Seminole State, which has offices at all four campuses, oversees more than 30 student clubs and organizations, provides free student activities and entertainment, and hosts leadership retreats for students. For more information, please visit the Student Life website.
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