Name: Seminole State College of Florida
President: E. Ann McGee
Campus Setting: Suburban, Large City
Year Established: 1966
Governing Board Website
Student Characteristics based on Fall 2010 IPEDS data
2010 Fall Credit Enrollment
Part Time: 55.1%
Full Time: 44.9%
African American: 17.6%
Asian/Pacific Islander: 3.0%
Native American: 0.4%
E. Ann McGee
Quote from the President
“Seminole State College of Florida is committed to continually expanding and enhancing our mission of academic excellence, student success and changing lives, to keep pace with exponential increases in enrollment and graduation rates. As one of the fastest-growing state colleges in Florida, we offer 196 degrees and programs, including five bachelor’s degrees. Central Florida residents, businesses and civic leaders increasingly rely on Seminole State as a dynamic leader in education, an economic engine vital to the region’s economy and an innovative institution dedicated to helping students turn their dreams into reality.”
- Seminole State has the second-smallest service district in the Florida College System, but is the eighth-largest school in the Florida College System.
- Seminole State has had only two presidents in its nearly 50-year history, Earl Weldon and E. Ann McGee.
- The college has undergone two name changes since its founding in 1965, most recently becoming Seminole State College of Florida in 2009.