Name: Seminole State College of Florida
President: Dr. E. Ann McGee
Campus Setting: Suburban, Large City
Year Established: 1966
Governing Board Website
Student Characteristics based on Fall 2015 IPEDS data
2015 Fall Credit Enrollment
Part Time: 66%
Full Time: 34%
African American: 16%
Asian/Pacific Islander: 3%
Native American: 0%
Non-resident alien: 2%
Race/ethnicity unknown: 1%
Two or more races: 3%
Dr. E. Ann McGee
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.”
- 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.