Charlotte Seminole Club


For over 30 years,

the Charlotte Seminole Club has been the officially recognized alumni chapter of the Florida State University. We are committed to celebrating our University’s academic and athletic achievements while promoting the Seminole name in the local area. We host several events and activities throughout the year including game day watch parties, community service days and road trips.

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The Board

Brian Fonts

Vice President

Brian came to FSU in the Fall of 2014 and immediately fell in love with the campus, students and overall lifestyle at Florida State.  He joined Phi Delta Theta Fraternity his first Fall semester and remained involved with that and other organizations on campus throughout his time at FSU.

After graduating, Brian moved to Charlotte where he works in the IT staffing industry with a company comprised of nearly 50% FSU alum!  Brian likes to stay involved in the local athletic community here in Charlotte and when he’s not a work, you can find him playing football over at Revolution Park in South End. 

“I loved my time at FSU and I’m proud to be able to give back, through this club, to a school that has given me so much.  As always, Go Noles!”

Bryan Neil

President Emeritus

Bryan is the long-serving former CSC President now serving his time as President Emeritus, an aspiring Alumni Association National Board of Directors, and high-paid consultant for all things FSU!  As a ’94 B.S. Risk Management and Insurance graduate, he has spent over 25 years now in Charlotte in the insurance industry.  While in school, he volunteered his time traveling the country as a drummer for the Marching Chiefs’ Big 8, bringing home our first football National Championship as a senior.  All this while chalking up domination in intramural basketball, softball, and soccer, as well as whipping his tennis P.E. instructor regularly while scoring a perfect 100 in the class.  After graduation he became an adopted brother of his younger brother’s Theta Chi fraternity and since school has committed his Tallahassee time to tailgating, schmoozing with alumni and University leadership, and tipping back a few with pals while crashing in Golden Eagle. 

Risk Management & Insurance '94