With plenty of activities to keep you entertained, the second half of the Spring Term offers just as much fun as the first. Check out what's happening at Seminole State in March and April.
Student Art Exhibit
The 43rd annual Juried Student Art Exhibit opens April 12 in the Fine Arts Gallery (building G). Don't miss this opportunity to support your peers in the Fine Arts program. Their work from the past year will be on display through May 17. Who knows? You might see something that inspires you to create your own masterpiece.
Plays and Concerts
Grab a friend or two, and head to one of the Fine Arts Department’s music or theater performances. They're free for Seminole State students with a valid Blue & Gold Card and a class schedule.
There are nearly a dozen events still to come in the Encore! Concert Series, including the Final Bow Sophomore Graduation Recital April 16-17. And if you need a good laugh, check out the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. The musical comedy, which opens April 13, is the final show in the Fine Arts Theatre season.
Put on your blue and gold and root for your Raiders! Baseball, softball and women's golf action continues through the end of April.
Don’t forget: Admission to Raider home events is always free with a valid Blue & Gold Card.
Spring Term Graduation
Congratulations to all of our students graduating this spring! Remember to submit your graduation application by March 12. Then, prepare for the next step by visiting the Career Development Center on any campus. Free events and services such as career fairs, résumé reviews and job-search assistance are available.
For more information about what there is to see and do on campus, check out the Spring 2012 Student Guide.
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