27 Nov > FSU @ Florida
20 Nov > FSU @ Boston College
13 Nov > FSU vs Miami
06 Nov > FSU vs NC State
30 Oct > FSU @ Clemson
23 Oct > FSU vs UMass [Homecoming]
09 Oct > FSU @ North Carolina
02 Oct > FSU vs Syracuse
25 Sep > FSU vs Louisville
18 Sep > FSU @ Wake Forest
11 Sep > FSU vs Jacksonville State
05 Sep > FSU vs Notre Dame
JUL 2021Look at all these smiling Noles - we're happy to be back together!
Played a little 'Fear the Spear' bingo, Seminole trivia was on the big screens, and lots of food, fun, garnet and gold on a sunny Sunday afternoon...
On 13 November 2010, I was eating a meal at Harry’s Seafood in Tallahassee with my father before the Clemson game when I saw FSU legend Derrick Brooks walk in. Jumping at the opportunity in a respectful way, I approached him and asked for a photograph. He was very gracious and took time to speak with me. I tried not to take up his time as he explained he was picking up food for family in town. I thanked him and wished him the best….hours later, I was surprised to see him walking on the field as his number was retired that night in front of his family…he is a great Florida State Ambassador. - Bo, FSU Class of ‘2000, SCGO member
🏈 The balloons we let go before the games, I know it’s insensitive, but all those garnet and gold balloons were awesome - Linda, SCGO member
Everyone had a blast at Paint Night 16 Jul 2019 - Broken Strings Brewery - Church St - Shont'a, SCGO member
Taken after our 1993 National Championship victory over Nebraska - hanging out of the limo moonroof - Paul from Longwood, SCGO member
Noles Tennis in town at Lake Nola
New SCGO Corkcicle® Tumblers announced -- All proceeds go to our endowed scholarship fund.
We were so proud to join clubs around the nation in supporting this amazing group of students in lieu of our normal Seminole Service Day this year.
'FSU Scholar Starter Boxes' were purchased for the Unconquered Scholars - this 22-item box provides students the basics for dorm life (pillows, sheets, blankets, towels, and more).
Florida State fielded the nation's youngest football team in 2020 as freshmen and sophomores made up 75.0 percent of FSU's roster, the highest underclassmen percentage in the country. Additionally, FSU's 13 seniors were the 6th-fewest in FBS in 2020.
Seminole Holiday Supper [event via Zoom due to pandemic]
Great chance to learn from FSU alum Chef Kyle Hires (and one of Atlanta's top chefs)
SEP - NOV 2020
Although we couldn't meet in person for the 2020 football season, we held virtual 'HomeGates' (tailgate at home 😄) Halftime fun, trivia, cooking sessions, and more - below is just a sample...
FSU vs Pittsburgh - Throwing it back to a FSU Friday tradition - Honey Fried Chicken
Louisville vs FSU
FSU vs NC - Halftime special guest Sam 'Tiger' McMillion - FSU TB '93 Championship Team
Notre Dame vs FSU - drawing for limited edition Leonard Hamilton autographed ball
FSU vs Jacksonville State
Miami vs FSU
For the health and safety of our Seminole family and our communities, the entire Seminole Club and Chapters family will not host in person game watch parties or other in person events this fall. Until we can gather, we will chop together! Go Noles!
Spotlight - local Black AlumniEbonie Barnes, LMHC, NCC, BC TMH, is the Co-Founder and CEO of Refinery Counseling and Consulting, a Central Florida-based virtual mental health practice that provides online psychotherapy, mental health education and consultative services across the United States. The Refinery was founded upon four pillars: Community, Consulting, Courses and Counseling and seeks to provide people of color with improved access to quality mental health care through virtual service provision.
Ebonie is a wife and mother of two wonderful little girls. She is an active member of the Psi Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. She is also an avid traveler, master crafter, and dedicated to being a change agent within the mental health community.
Donell Butler III produced our club t-shirts for the previous three years, and is a proud partner with our club. Donell was born in Jacksonville and graduated from Stanton College Prep High with honors in the National Art Honor Society. He attended Florida State University with an emphasis in Graphic Design and Digital Arts. After college, he founded Doctor Tees, where he provides graphic design and printing services in the Central Florida area.
Keith Carr, an FSU grad from right here in Orlando ('90 BS Criminology, '93 MS Public Administration) is currently a member of the FSU Foundation Board of Trustees (2016-present) where he serves as the Chair of the Audit Committee. He is also a life member and past Vice President of the Florida State Alumni Association (2001-2006), and past President of the FSU Black Alumni Association (2000-2007). Keith was a founding board member of the FSU College of Criminology & Criminal Justice. While at FSU, he was in the FSU Marching Chiefs and Symphonic Band (1986-1989), as well as a member of the Black Student Union and the Iota Delta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha.
Keith founded Forefront Consulting LLC in 2001 and is currently the company’s principal. Forefront is a Florida-based consulting, research and advisory services firm that provides professional services including compliance, oversight and financial and non-financial auditing services to government, non-profit and private sector clients. He also co-founded 4F Applied Technologies LLC in January 2016, an enterprise business computing company. 4F provides customized software platforms, consulting, and business process advisory services.
Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, Keith worked nearly 10 years in local and state government agencies and with the Florida Legislature in criminal and juvenile justice, probation and organizational management, operations, research and policy development. He was an Adjunct Professor for over 3 years at the FSU College of Criminology & Criminal Justice.
Keith and his wife have focused their personal philanthropy on providing access to higher education for First-Generation College Students from their hometowns by establishing a scholarship fund in their names at FSU.
Dr. Keita Joy is a proud Florida State University graduate, with a bachelor’s degree in Marketing and a Masters in Counseling from Nova Southeastern University. She has been an educator for nine years, and a Professional School Counselor for four years, with her Doctorate in Organizational Leadership and Human Services.
She is the CEO of Success Uncensored Coaching as well as a transformational speaker, wife and mother, who channels her infectious energy and drive for life into inspiring others to be intentional about their personal and professional success. Keita uses her diverse counseling skill-set and leadership skills as a speaker and panelist for several conferences, as well as an expert Success Coach on news segments for FOX News 35, WESH 2 News, and OWN. From the NFLPA to the Miami Police Department, her words and strategy create change! Dr. Joy is passionate about minorities and mental health awareness, as well as committed to closing the achievement gap for African American males and an advocate for the voiceless.
Dr. Joy is a three-time author with her releases “Fabulous & Faithful,” “100 Ways to Stay Married,” and with her latest release, "Success Uncensored; A High Achiever’s Guide to Define Success on Your Own Terms."
Dr. Sadat Smith graduated from FSU with a BS in Chemical Sciences, and then went on to complete his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Life University, while concurrently achieving an MS in Sport Health Science. Following four years of practice, Dr. Smith completed a 3-year chiropractic neurology diplomate, post graduate program through New York Chiropractic College, and successfully achieved a prestigious DIBCN status, Board-Certified Chiropractic Neurologist.
Dr. Smith's goal is to serve the world as a lifestyle coach and loves to perform workshops and lectures on health-related topics. His desire is to show the world how to live well, not just to merely live long. Dr. Smith has been in private practice for 20 years serving the Greater Orlando community. He also serves as the Vice President of The Community Action Network, a community-based nonprofit organization. Their objectives are to educate and render underprivileged and disadvantaged families healthcare services, through their clinic and community outreach.
Alisia Profit is a two-time Florida State graduate, earning her Bachelors in Marketing, and then continuing her studies by receiving a Juris Doctorate from Florida State University, College of Law.
Alisia was recognized as “The Nation’s Best Advocate” by the National Bar Association and IMPACT at its National Top 40 Lawyers Under 40 awards ceremony. In 2012, Alisia was selected as one of FSU’s Top 30 Under 30 Alumni in honor of her achievements and contributions to her profession, community and university. She is a founding partner at HAWM Law (Having an Attorney When it Matters) where she specializes in criminal defense, and serves as a legal analyst for several national and local news stations, including WESH2.
Alisia currently serves as the President of the Orange County Bar Association Foundation. She attends St. Mark AME Church and serves on its Board of Trustees. She is the wife of Laron Profit and mother of two children, Xavier and Lauryn.
APR 2020This year's Great Give was solely focused on helping fellow Noles get through the challenging time.
The FSU Alumni Association is proactively monitoring and working closely with university administration as coronavirus (COVID-19) has spread in Florida and across the United States. In an abundance of caution, we will be canceling all Seminole Service Day projects scheduled for March 2020. In addition, all Seminole Club gatherings will be postponed until further notice. This is a rapidly changing situation and we appreciate your loyalty. We know that our shared goal is to not put anyone at risk.
Thank you all for your patience and understanding as we make difficult decisions. We know you have worked hard this winter on setting up events and service projects. FSU’s highest priority remains the health and safety of our students, alumni, faculty and staff. The university will continue to closely monitor and evaluate information and guidance provided by state and federal agencies as we go forward. The Alumni Association will continue to maintain its alignment with the university and assess the situation on a daily basis.
'Noles giving back to future 'Noles
Make new connections with fellow Central Florida Noles - Market on Magnolia Eatery & Bar
The Seminole Club of Greater Orlando started the year not knowing what COVID-19 would bring.