Students were wowed by the chance to test virtual-reality goggles at Winter Park Campus’ TEDxLive event in April.
For the first time in the college’s history, Valencia’s Culinary and Baking & Pastry faculty honored this year’s graduates at a medal ceremony held in April on the college’s West Campus. The 35 graduates celebrated completion of their degrees and applauded outstanding graduates in each program.
On Jan. 11, Phi Theta Kappa, East Campus, welcomes students who have relocated from Puerto Rico to Orlando after Hurricane Maria.
Students get to ride a mechanical bull at the Osceola Campus’ annual Night of the Bull, on March 6.
Lake Nona Campus students ease into finals week, on April 19, with a “stress-busting” event, including laser tag, a photo booth and henna tattoos.
High school students get a taste of our culinary program during a tour of the Poinciana Campus.
New York actors, Marjolaine Goldsmith, Chris Henry Coffey and Bryan Doerries, perform a reading of Sophocles’ “Ajax” during “Theater of War,” on Jan. 24, followed by a West Campus discussion about the challenges facing today’s veterans and their families.
Students rally on East Campus, on Feb. 21, to show solidarity with Parkland High School students, after a February shooting that left 17 dead at the Broward County high school.
West Campus students and community members gather on Feb. 26 to honor the contributions of African-American veterans in the U.S. military.
Students planted flowers and butterfly-friendly plants at the Osceola Campus Earth Day Event.
Faculty members and students pay tribute to the written (and spoken) word at the West Campus Poetry Jam, on March 29.
Employees from East and Winter Park campuses pitch in to help spruce up Mead Gardens during the college’s annual Learning Day, on Feb. 9.
East Campus president Stacey Johnson celebrates Mardi Gras in high style with these two jesters.
One of our furry friends spotted on campus.