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Four National Adult Education Honor Society certificates on a table with a red tablecloth
Nine hard-working students have received some well-deserved help this Fall Term, thanks to Seminole State College of Florida’s School of Academic Foundations.
A smiling Seminole State College nursing student holding a red clipboard as other nursing students work in the background.
With Central Florida’s shortage of nurses, particularly those with bachelor’s degrees, this program is enhancing career opportunities for registered nurses.
Dark haired woman in cap and gown giving someone a high-five at Seminole State's graduation ceremony
One of the schools that best understands the challenges of attending a four-year university is Seminole State College of Florida.
An image of a family (wife, husband, child and baby) sitting together in a restaurant with a server standing beside the table.  Seminole State's hospitality program will train students to work in the food-service and hotel industry. With Florida reporting a record number of visitors in 2018, Seminole State aims to educate the next generation of leaders in the growing hospitality industry.
With Florida reporting a record number of visitors in 2018, Seminole State aims to educate the next generation of leaders in the growing hospitality industry.
Seminole State President Dr. Georgia Lorenz addresses the crowd at the Foundation for Seminole State College's Celebration of Giving event.
The Foundation achieved new heights in all areas; providing $2.8 million in scholarships and program support for the College and its students.
Seminole State student Acede Clarke leads Altamonte Elementary School teacher Krista Phelps-Elliott into her new classroom.
Interior Design students at Seminole State reveal the elementary classrooms they redesigned during Addition Financial's Renovate to Educate.

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