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Special Message from the President, Dr. Jackson N. Sasser: College re-opens Monday, Sept. 18

Sept. 17, 2017 – 4 p.m. Dear Santa Fe Family, The Santa Fe Family will meet again when we open tomorrow, Monday, September 18. I have waited days to confirm this good news. We have a tradition of meeting each other at specific points of need.  We have rarely gathered together with as many divergent […]

Update: SF Payroll Stays on Schedule

September 14, 2017 – Vice President for Administrative Affairs/CFO, Ginger Gibson, has communicated that there should be no problems with staff being paid tomorrow, Sept. 15, as the bank received the electronic file before Hurricane Irma.  There are about 45 physical pay checks that will be mailed today, Sept. 14. She also indicated that direct deposit has proven helpful […]

SF Saints Resource List: After Irma FAQS

SF Saints Resource List: After Irma FAQS

September 14, 2017 – Dr. Naima Brown, Vice President for Student Affairs, released the following resource list for faculty and staff to share with students: I need food. Where should I go? The SF food pantry will re-open Monday, Sept. 18 from 8:00 a.m. to Noon (12:00 p.m.) in Building H, room 104. Canned goods […]

Message from Santa Fe College President: College will re-open Sept. 18

September 13, 2017 – Dr. Jackson Sasser sent a message to all Santa Fe College Students and Colleagues that Santa Fe College will continue to be closed Thursday and Friday, September 14 and 15. He stated that, “Many of our students and employees do not have power and travel has become more difficult. The high probability […]

SF Exempt Employees May Return to Campus Sept. 15

September 13, 2017 – If able, Santa Fe College exempt employees may return to the campus Friday, Sept. 15. As you return, please report facilities issues through the online work request system. All IT issues can be submitted to the Help Desk (and cc: Bill Penney through Sunday). Please use “Hurricane Irma” in your request description. All issues should revert to normal reporting […]

Urgent Notice: Santa Fe River Expected to Crest

September 13, 2017 – Santa Fe College President, Jackson Sasser, shared with faculty/staff and students that the Florida Department of Transportation expects the Santa Fe River to crest late Wednesday evening, Sept. 13. Alachua County is currently making plans for mandatory evacuations of the flood areas. Please refer to the Florida Traffic and Commuter Information website to see the […]

Area Road Closures – Hurricane Irma

September 13, 2017 – Santa Fe College reminds faculty/staff and students to use care when traveling back to the campus. Refer to the Florida Traffic and Commuter Information website for an up-to-date list of road closures.

Santa Fe College vs. College of Central Florida Sept. 12 Volleyball Match Postponed

September 9, 2017, Gainesville, FL –  Santa Fe College announces that due to Hurricane Irma, Tuesday’s scheduled volleyball match against the College of Central Florida has been postponed until further notice.  A make up date is to be determined. All Santa Fe College campuses will remain closed until Wednesday, September 13. For complete schedules, stats, […]

Santa Fe College Closed through Tuesday, Sept. 12

Santa Fe College Closed through Tuesday, Sept. 12

September 9, 2017 – 12 p.m. Santa Fe College President, Dr. Jackson N. Sasser, sends message to Students and Employees that “Santa Fe College will be closed through Tuesday, Sept. 12.  We anticipate debris removal will require an additional day.” He encourages students, faculty and staff to “Please remain  diligent in our personal preparation for Irma […]

Executive Committee Meeting Canceled for Sept. 12

September 8, 2017 – The SF Executive Committee for the Faculty Senate has canceled the Sept. 12 meeting. Art Grant writes “Hopefully we will only be the support for those dislocated from their homes instead of the ones being dislocated. Remember we are the Santa Fe family and this is our community. Prepare then to […]

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