Events

Gross Indecency The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde
The Center for the Fine and Performing Arts at Seminole State College will perform “Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde” during the month of February.
Black History Month
To commemorate Black History Month, Seminole State College of Florida will host a series of events highlighted by a visit from the nationally acclaimed Soul Steps.
Seminole State College is proud to join Seminole County Public Schools and the Sanford Airport Authority as a joint sponsor of the 2019 Aerospace & Aviation Day.
From piloting to avionics, careers in aviation are plentiful and well-paying. Seminole State College is proud to join Seminole County Public Schools and the Sanford Airport Authority as a joint sponsor of the 2019 Aerospace & Aviation Day.
Since its inception in 2006, Otronicon has successfully sparked interest throughout the Central Florida community in science, technology, engineering, art, math, digital media, simulation, robotics, virtual reality, and more. Photo: Roberto Gonzalez Photography
The Otronicon Interactive Technology Expo at the Orlando Science Center continues to spark interest throughout Central Florida in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers. At this year's event, Seminole State faculty will be presenting Tech Talks.
Moon Week 2019 is a week-long celebration for our nearest celestial neighbor, the Moon.
Seminole State College, home to the Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust Planetarium, will showcase “Moon Week” with a week of activities leading up to a viewing party in celebration of the total Lunar Eclipse Jan. 20-21.
The traveling exhibit focuses on the unique tourist attractions which developed following the construction of U.S. Route 27, the 500-mile Florida highway spanning from Tallahassee to Miami.
Little Slices of Heaven on U.S. 27 is on exhibit at the Fine Arts Gallery at Seminole State College Jan. 10-31. The traveling exhibit focuses on the unique tourist attractions which developed following the construction of U.S. Route 27, the 500-mile Florida highway spanning from Tallahassee to Miami.

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