Seminole State College of Florida recently presented more than 2,000 degrees and certificates at its Fall 2016 Collegewide Commencement.
More than 100 bachelor's degrees were awarded during the ceremonies at the University of Central Florida’s CFE Arena, an article on the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando website said. Orlando City Commissioner Patty Sheehan spoke to the graduates as the keynote speaker.
“Congratulations, graduates. Today is truly all about you," Seminole State President E. Ann McGee said at ceremony, according to the article. "Your determination, your sacrifices, your perseverance. That you never gave up on your dream, even though there may have been times when you thought about it. Today, we celebrate all that you have accomplished.”
McGee also spoke about future developments at the college and the many approvals and awards it is receiving, the chamber article said.The article also said Seminole State is ranked seventh in the nation for bachelor’s degrees awarded among two-year colleges offering bachelor’s degrees.
Orlando City Commissioner Patty Sheehan spoke to the graduates as the keynote speaker .
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