Seminole State College (Oklahoma)
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Seminole State College Oklahoma
Seminole State College (formerly Seminole Junior College) is a state-supported community college in Seminole, Oklahoma.
The college was founded as Seminole Junior College in 1931 and was renamed Seminole State College in 1996.
The campus is in Seminole, Oklahoma at the junction of Highway 9 W and U.S. Route 270.
Organization and administration
The college president is Lana Reynolds. A lifelong resident of the Seminole, Oklahoma area, Reynolds began as Director of Public Relations for the college in 1987. She is a 1981 graduate of Oklahoma Christian University. She was named an Outstanding Alumna of her alma mater in 2017. 
The college provides one and two-year programs of collegiate-level technical-occupational education.
The college athletics teams are nicknamed the Trojans. Head Men's Basketball Coach Is Don Tuley
- Nick Blackburn, MLB player, a starting pitcher for the Minnesota Twins.
- Jimmy Youngblood, former pro wrestler, played minor league baseball in the Philadelphia Phillies organization.
- Éric Gagné, MLB player, Cy Young Award winner in 2003, closer for the Los Angeles Dodgers
- Ryan Franklin, Former professional baseball player
- Evan Gattis, MLB player, designated hitter, catcher, and left fielder for the Houston Astros.
- Simone Edwards, WNBA player, forward center, and first Kodak All-American in Seminole's school history.
Coordinates: 35°14?54?N 96°42?16?W / 35.24839°N 96.70443°W