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 Seminole State College of Florida 

Name: Seminole State College of Florida
President: Dr. E. Ann McGee
Website: www.seminolestate.edu
City: Sanford
State: FL
Type: Public
Campus Setting: Suburban, Large City
Year Established: 1966

Governing Board Website

 

Seminole State College of Florida

Student Characteristics based on Fall 2015 IPEDS data

2015 Fall Credit Enrollment
Total: 17,741
Part Time: 66%
Full Time: 34%

Gender
Male: 44%
Female: 56%

Race/Ethnicity
African American: 16%
Asian/Pacific Islander: 3%
Hispanic: 23%
Native American: 0%
Non-resident alien: 2%
Race/ethnicity unknown: 1%
Two or more races: 3%
White: 51%


 

 President

Dr. E. Ann McGee
President

 Board Chair

Alex Setzer
Board Chair

Quote from the President

“For more than 50 years, Seminole State College has thrived by adapting to and meeting the needs of an ever-changing community. By offering high-quality educational programs, from certificates to associate and bachelor’s degrees in high-demand fields, small classes, personal attention and affordable tuition, the College continues to provide students and area residents with a multitude of resources. Now and in the years to come, opportunities for personal and professional growth abound at Seminole State.”

Interesting Facts

  • The Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust Planetarium at Seminole State is home to the Central Florida Astronomical Society, one of the largest amateur astronomy societies in the Southeast.
  • Seminole State offers seven bachelor’s degrees, including a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. Our nursing program is consistently ranked as one of the best programs in the nation and boasts a 98 percent job placement rate for its graduates.
  • Since 2006, Seminole State has produced a total of 17 Jack Kent Cooke scholars, including a national record-tying four scholarship recipients in 2015. The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation says its Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship is to community college graduates what the Rhodes Scholarship is to overseas study.
  • Seminole State Raider Athletics had 25 students named to the Mid-Florida Conference All-Academic Team for their achievements in the classroom in 2016-17. They also exceled outside the classroom in 2017, with the Raider softball team clinching its first-ever regular season conference title and the Raider women’s golf team winning its fourth straight National Junior College Athletic Association Region 8 golf championship and placing second at the national tournament.
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