Valencia College is a public state college in Orlando, Florida, United States. In 2011, it was named the top community college in the United States by the Aspen Institute.

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Valencia College
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  • New transfer student from University of Puerto Rico in Bayamón, Sofia Garcia Reyes, recounts the hardships endured in the wake of Hurricane Maria, and her transition to a new life in Orlando, at Valencia College’s East Campus. Read more of her story at Valencia College's News Site: http://news.valenciacollege.edu/featured/displaced-by-hurricane-maria-sofia-garcia-reyes/

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  • Watch Valencia College culinary instructor Chef Ken Bourgoin and two assistants create a Vitae magazine cover using fresh fruits and vegetables from Florida. In the winter 2017 issue of the Valencia College magazine, readers will learn the back stories of three hot Orlando chefs – and how Valencia’s culinary program helped them launch their careers. Read more » http://vitaeonline.com

Valencia College
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Valencia College
Valencia College
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  • As a part of the college's ongoing sustainability and transportation initiatives, The Valencia District Board of Trustees approved a new policy on Oct. 25, 2017 allowing the use of non-motorized vehicles on campus property. Vehicles now welcome on campus include bicycles, skateboards, roller blades and scooters. Hoverboards remain prohibited on campus. http://valenciacollege.edu/sustainability/op...

Valencia College
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  • When Osceola County gave Valencia College 19 acres of land adjacent to a conservation area near Lake Tohopekaliga, we made environmental stewardship an essential component of our new Poinciana Campus. Hear DLR Group senior architect Lindsey Piant Perez discuss some of the features of the new campus off Pleasant Hill Boulevard. Valencia College at Poinciana opens for class on Monday August 28, 2017...

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Valencia College
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  • Joel Setzer and his classmates were the first class to graduate from Valencia’s 2+2+2 architecture program, a partnership between Valencia College, UCF and the University of Florida. After receiving their master’s degrees, they were warmly welcomes by Orlando’s architectural community and all landed jobs. Today, Setzer is working at an Orlando architectural firm and he’s proud that he gets to work...

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