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SF WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SAINTS DOMINATE DAYTONA TO WIN 11th STRAIGHT GAME

Gainesville, Fla. – Three players finished with double double Wednesday evening as the Saints cruised to their second straight blowout win, this time over Daytona State, 101-68. Arianna Emanuel-Wright used a big second half to finish with 22 points and 14 rebounds. The sophomore is averaging over 19 points per game in conference play. Tabitha […]

SF BASEBALL MORTON, BACON PITCH SAINTS PAST HILLSBOROUGH, 3-2

Gainesville, Fla. – Avenging an opening day loss, the NJCAA #8/FCSAA #2 Santa Fe Saints pitched their way past the Hillsborough Community College Hawks Wednesday afternoon 3-2. Kyle Morton was lights out on the mound for seven innings, allowing just one hit while striking out six. Troy Bacon did what he does best, tossing two […]

Women of Distinction Luncheon March 16, 2017

Women of Distinction Luncheon March 16, 2017

The Santa Fe College Women of Distinction recognizes outstanding female service in Alachua and Bradford counties, and was created by the Women’s History Committee at Santa Fe College in 1987. Women of Distinction has honored more than 180 outstanding women in the community since its inception and acknowledges new women each spring at a formal […]

Santa Fe College AFC Chapter 2017 Kick-Off

The Santa Fe College AFC chapter is kicking off 2017 with a bang. Join AFC for a member meeting Tuesday, Feb. 7 from 12-1:00 p.m. in Building S, room 29. Bring your ideas, a friend and your lunch – they will provide the drinks. Let’s make this the best year yet! AFC is taking orders […]

Watch the Saints at Home Today!

Wednesday will be a big day for Saints athletics as baseball, women’s basketball, and men’s basketball all have home games. Baseball will start things off at 3 p.m. against Hillsborough CC.  Coach Johnny Wiggs and SF are riding a three-game winning streak after dropping their season opener to Hillsborough back on Jan. 27. The women’s basketball […]

Alachua County Legislative Delegation Meeting Held at Santa Fe College

Alachua County Legislative Delegation Meeting Held at Santa Fe College

The Alachua County Legislative Delegation Meeting was held at the Santa Fe College NW Campus Fine Arts Hall, Monday, Jan. 30, 2017. The meeting gave Florida Senator Keith Perry, Representative Chuck Clemons and Representative Elizabeth Porter a valuable opportunity to take public testimony and input on local and state issues and bills.

Annual Property Inventory Due March 31, 2017

Annual Property Inventory Due March 31, 2017

Property Custodians are reminded that the annual property inventory must be completed by March 31, 2017.  Santa Fe College rules 5 and 5.7P that took effect July 1, 2009, established: An increase in the tangible property tracking threshold from $1,000.00 to $5,000.00 except for computers, projectors, cameras and any other attractive items that the Property […]

Santa Fe College Community Ed Offers New Social Media & Cloud Computing Classes

Santa Fe College Community Ed is offering three new computer workshops: Facebook 101 for Seniors and Pinterest 101 for Seniors. These workshops will expand your knowledge of the basics of these two social media platforms. We are also offering Cloud Computing which will explore the benefits & drawbacks of using the cloud.   FACEBOOK 101 […]

BACK TO WORK 50+ Offers 7 Smart Strategy Sessions

BACK TO WORK 50+ Offers 7 Smart Strategy Sessions

BACK TO WORK 50+ at Santa Fe College will offer three Seven Smart Strategy Sessions for job seekers in February. Feb. 1:  2-4 p.m. @ Northwest Campus, Building I, Room 49 Feb. 2: 5-7 p.m. @ Blount Center, Downtown Gainesville Feb. 7: 10 a.m.-noon @ Perry Center, Alachua, Florida Attendees will be invited to apply […]

Santa Fe College Music Students Shine in FSCAA Winter Symposium Competition

Congratulations to this year’s 13 music students from Santa Fe College’s Vocal and Instrumental music department who have made history in their seating placements and Young Music Artist Scholarship Awards. Five vocal students John Steininger, Gerald Bigas, Arman Haghani, Julia Diven and Solangel Padilla from Mrs. Lynn Sandefur’s Vocal Studios and Chorus were nominated by the […]