• Four Finalists to Move Forward in Presidential Search

  • Remembering Dr. Jim Gollattscheck, Valencia's Second President

  • Singing a New Tune: Paralegal Grad Lands at LA's Grammy Museum

  • Valencia Offers Help For Students Filling Out FAFSA Forms

  • Valencia Presidential Search Committee Names Semi-Finalists

  • All in the Family: Siblings Selected as Metallica Scholars

  • The Music Plays On

    Valencia College Alum Continues His Rise in Opera Despite Global Pandemic

  • Valencia Partners with Orange, Osceola Counties to Train Unemployed Workers

  • Valencia to Co-Host Global Sustainability Conference

  • From Haiti to Ivy League

    On March 26 this past spring, students across the country waited eagerly for the news of their acceptance into the nation’s Ivy League schools. On the day deemed as “Ivy Day,” one Valencia College Horizon Scholar student was among this group of students. Jessica Brevil, a recent Wekiva High School graduate, waited with bated breath

  • Valencia College to Begin Awarding CARES Act Grants

  • Blazing a New Trail

    From firefighter to surgical resident, Warren Evans credits Valencia for sparking his love for learning

  • Valencia College Receives $27.6M Through CARES Act

  • Former Navy Technician Reboots His Career After Six-Month Training Program

Trinity Tresner is the first in her family to go to college. When her classes at Valencia College shifted from in-person to online due to COVID-19, Trinity wasn’t sure she could do it. But through online tutoring and advising, she not only survived the transition, she excelled.