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Please Continue to Support the United Way!

Please Continue to Support the United Way!

The United Way funds more than 35 programs with 23 local agencies, including the Boys & Girls Club, Catholic Charities, Early Learning Coalition, Girls Place, and Reichert House.  To recognize those who complete donation pledges of $24, or $1 per pay period, each person will receive a commemorative water bottle with our SF 50 Years […]

Santa Fe College Police Department Awarded First Ever “Higher Education” Award at IACP Conference

Santa Fe College Police Department Awarded First Ever “Higher Education” Award at IACP Conference

While in San Diego California at the annual International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) conference, Santa Fe College’s Police Department received an award in “Special Recognition” in the category of higher education for community policing. No Colleges or Universities have previously received this particular award. Chief Book stated, “We received special recognition as a finalist […]

Hurricane Preparedness

Hurricane Preparedness

The weather is always unpredictable, but we can get a handle on how to prepare for it. Below are some tips on how you can ready yourself for a storm. Go to our home page or here sfcollege.edu/alerts/ to get updated information and alerts from Santa Fe College to include closings if necessary. Please note:  According […]

Santa Fe College’s Kika Silva Pla Planetarium Celebrates 10 Years

Santa Fe College’s Kika Silva Pla Planetarium Celebrates 10 Years

It was 10 years ago when a modest extension to Building X on Santa Fe College’s campus in Gainesville, FL finally received a name and became an ‘immersive learning laboratory’ for thousands of area residents. That building is the Kika Silva Pla Planetarium and it was named in honor of the mother of John M. Pla, one of […]

Weather Preparedness Tips

Weather Preparedness Tips

The weather is always unpredictable, but we can get a handle on how to prepare for it. Below are some tips on how you can ready yourself for a storm. For more information on National Security and Safety, go here: Department of Homeland Security Tip from DHS:   If severe weather is in your forecast charge your devices now. Get […]

Friends of Susan B. Anthony Honors the Displaced Homemaker Program and Two of Santa Fe’s Own

Friends of Susan B. Anthony Honors the Displaced Homemaker Program and Two of Santa Fe’s Own

Last Saturday, August 27, 2016,  the Friends of Susan B. Anthony held their annual Equality Day Luncheon. This year, the Displaced Homemaker Program, the former Coordinator, Nancy Griffin and JoAnn Wilkes, the current Coordinator of the Displaced Homemaker Program, were honored for the work they do and have done for many years. Over 300 people were in […]

Simulated Emergency Team Response Utilized to Show Students How Its Done

Simulated Emergency Team Response Utilized to Show Students How Its Done

In an event to show a simulated emergency team response to a life-threatening patient condition, students will witness the vital responsibilities of numerous Health Sciences, Emerging Medical Services, and Emerging Technology healthcare professionals, who heroically take the necessary actions to save the life of a patient with symptoms of a heart attack. Watch the synchronized healthcare […]

Guess Who Showed Up at the Oak Grove Today?

Guess Who Showed Up at the Oak Grove Today?

Guess who showed up on the Santa Fe Campus today? An appearance from Santa Fe’s very own mascot, Caesar, was made this afternoon around 12:20 p.m. at the Oak Grove on Santa Fe Main Campus grounds. Its been quite  a while since Caesar was made the official Santa Fe College mascot but he showed up live and in …uh.. […]

Know How To Stay Safe At Santa Fe College

Know How To Stay Safe At Santa Fe College

A new safety app was released last Friday for the Santa Fe College students. Safe Santa Fe is a collaborative venture from Academic Affairs, the Counseling Center, Human Resources, the SF Police Department, Student Affairs, and the Institute of Public Safety. The venture uses a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary approach to ensure safety in a collegiate environment.  […]

“Straight Talk” Program For High School Football Players Acts as an Interactive Tool

“Straight Talk” Program For High School Football Players Acts as an Interactive Tool

On August 8, 2016, over 500 high school football players came out to participate in the second annual “Straight Talk” program, hosted by the University of Florida in conjunction with the Alachua County School System, and coordinated by the State Attorney’s Office. Santa Fe Police Department was in attendance as the program was held at […]

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