Seminole State College of Florida has been named the February 2012 NJCAA College of the Month by the NJCAA Review.
Seminole State’s academics and athletics are featured in a two-page spread in the monthly magazine. The article focuses on Seminole State’s history and its commitment to academic success before profiling each of the College’s three sports.
“Known for its strong focus on academics,” the article states, “Seminole State nurtures top students. … Strong academic performance also characterizes the college’s athletics programs.”
The article also includes information about the charities and community services in which Seminole State’s Athletics Department takes part.
The NJCAA Review is the official publication of the National Junior College Athletic Association. It is circulated directly to more than 3,000 sports administrators, athletic directors and college presidents throughout the nation.
Seminole State is a member of the NJCAA and the Florida College System Activities Association (FCSAA). The Raiders compete in three NJCAA sports: baseball, fastpitch softball and women’s golf. The baseball and softball teams are already in action for their spring 2012 seasons, and women’s golf is set to resume Sunday, Feb. 19. For more information, please visit the Raider athletics home page.
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