We’re Here to Help — Hurricane Response Resources

A Message from Kathleen Plinske, President, Osceola, Lake Nona and Poinciana Campuses

As we continue to welcome individuals displaced by Hurricane Maria to our community, our team continues to provide resources and information about Valencia’s degree programs, short-term training programs and English language programs at Osceola County’s Hurricane María Reception Center, located in the St. Cloud Room of the Exhibition Building at Osceola Heritage Park.

For more information on the Hurricane María Reception Center, click here.

In addition, Valencia has created a website with information about resources available to students who have been displaced as well as a simple way for students who are interested in learning more about Valencia to contact us. Please feel free to share these resources widely in our community.

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