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Do not provide private identification information (such as your Social Security number) over the telephone to anyone calling you and claiming to represent Seminole State College. The College does not, and will not, request such information in this manner.
Seminole State College has been officially notified that they will receive a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for the addition of a safe room to the Dan and Andrea Boren Center construction project. The FEMA grant will provide $469,820 of the approximate $2.7 million cost for the entire construction project.
At their August meeting held Thursday, the Seminole State College Board of Regents welcomed a new Regent and heard reports about the opening of the new school year, elected officers, approved athletic insurance, and academic program modifications.(full regent article)
Seminole State College’s Business and Industry Training Program is offering a special six-class basic computer skills class starting Tuesday, September 9.
The class, “Basic Computer Skills,” will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays, September 9 through September 25 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. in Haney 117 of the Enoch Kelly Haney Center on the SSC campus. The cost is $121.00. The course will be taught by Alyssa Parks. (full computer skills article)
Sophomore members of the Seminole State College President's Leadership Class helped freshmen PLC members get acquainted with campus Saturday afternoon during a photo scavenger hunt as part of a special orientation session.
Pictured (left to right) Allyson Hanan, Armani Berry, Sylvia Shupe , Logan Gray, Bailey Easley and Shiann Swearingen pose by the College's Trojan Horse statue.
Holly Scott foreground, takes a "selfie" photo in front of the Seminole State College sign with (left to right) Alexis Long, Kinzey Bryan, Logann Boland, Delila Loftis and Patricia Wright.
Angie Barlow (foreground), Emily Romeiser, Alex Fisher, Isaac Friesen, Suenju Buttram and Alex Eddlemon locate the SSC Campus Police Office. Classes at Seminole State College began Monday, Aug. 18, with late enrollment continuing through Aug. 29