Seminole State College graduated its largest class on Friday, April 27, awarding more than 1,600 associate degrees and program certificates during its Spring Commencement ceremony.
Dr. John Hitt, president of the University of Central Florida, was the keynote speaker. During the ceremony, Hitt was awarded an honorary bachelor of science in construction.
Among the graduates were:
In a first for Seminole State College, about 1,000 people watched the graduation via live streaming video.
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