To mark the 10th anniversary of the Oviedo Campus at Seminole State College of Florida, a time capsule was installed inside the iconic clock tower.
The capsule, a first for Seminole State, is scheduled to be opened in 2026. The Campus Provost Office contacted Student Government Association leaders; College administrators, faculty and staff; and the City of Oviedo for their suggestions.
Here are the items placed in the time capsule during the morning ceremony:
Here are the additional items placed in the time capsule after the ceremonies:
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