Santa Fe College Releases Levels of Operation Plan for the Fall Term

July 10, 2020 – Santa Fe College released a five-level plan for the phased in return to onsite instruction and student services. The college has been using a deliberate phased-in approach to returning faculty and staff since moving all operations online in mid-March. SF President Paul Broadie II, Ph.D., released the following statement to the … Continue reading Santa Fe College Releases Levels of Operation Plan for the Fall Term

Virtual Summit Focuses on Online Instruction

July 9, 2020 – A virtual summit scheduled for July 13-14  is designed for improving online instruction and could be of value to Santa Fe College faculty. “REMOTE: The Connected Faculty Summit” is a free webinar presented by Arizona State University and will promote “the best possible pedagogy, techniques and tools by faculty for online … Continue reading Virtual Summit Focuses on Online Instruction

Scammers Target Area Community Members Claiming Contact Tracing

July 9, 2020 – Officials at Santa Fe College have heard about a new scam related to the spread of COVID-19. People are receiving calls claiming that they may have been exposed to COVID-19 and they are conducting contact tracing. After giving details on legitimate sources of information to gain trust, the scammer then asks … Continue reading Scammers Target Area Community Members Claiming Contact Tracing

The New 2020 Santa Fe College Viewbook Is Available Online

July 6, 2020 – Shortly before the COVID-19 pandemic forced all student instruction and college services online, Santa Fe College’s Communications & Creative Services completed the latest edition of the college viewbook. This year’s viewbook, produced right after our fifth president, Paul Broadie II, Ph.D., joined the SF family, provides prospective and current students details … Continue reading The New 2020 Santa Fe College Viewbook Is Available Online

COVID-19 Pandemic Moves Saints Volleyball Start Date

July 2, 2020  – Santa Fe College Administration approved a plan that will delay the start to the fall 2020 volleyball season. Student-athletes were originally scheduled to return to campus Aug. 1, but due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases throughout the state of Florida and in Alachua County, the date was moved to … Continue reading COVID-19 Pandemic Moves Saints Volleyball Start Date

Office for Finance Releases Memo on Accounts Payable Documentation

July 1, 2020 – Santa Fe College’s Office for Finance released the following memo to the college community on the procedure for submitting invoices. To improve our Accounts Payable documentation and reduce the need for follow-up emails, we are requiring all invoices approved for payment contain the following: The email subject line must contain: PO … Continue reading Office for Finance Releases Memo on Accounts Payable Documentation

SF Teaching Zoo Mourns Loss of Matschie’s Tree Kangaroo

June 29, 2020 – It is with heavy hearts that the Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo shares the news of the passing of one of our longest-standing residents, PJ the Matschie’s tree kangaroo. Ensuring the welfare and quality of life of the animals in our care are our top priorities. As with all the animals … Continue reading SF Teaching Zoo Mourns Loss of Matschie’s Tree Kangaroo

SF President Broadie Issues Temporary Delay on Return to Campus for Some SF Faculty and Staff

June 28, 2020 – Santa Fe College President Paul Broadie II, Ph.D., released a statement to the college community Sunday afternoon, delaying the scheduled return to on-site operations for some SF faculty and staff. His full statement is below. Dear Santa Fe Family: When we began our recent transition to on-campus operations, the curve of … Continue reading SF President Broadie Issues Temporary Delay on Return to Campus for Some SF Faculty and Staff

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Saints of Santa Fe College – Mariah Preeden

June 24, 2020 – “Being an artist is one of the hardest careers on the planet, but the most rewarding,” said SF student Mariah Preeden. “I can’t think of another career that lets one express themself, and/or their feelings like being an artist can.” “Of course all mediums of art can do this, but there’s … Continue reading Saints of Santa Fe College – Mariah Preeden

COVID-19 Professional Development Training Module Available to SF Faculty and Staff

June 23, 2020 – Santa Fe College faculty and staff can access the college-approved COVID-19 professional development training module available in Canvas. The training, Safe Santa Fe: COVID-19 Employee, is designed to provide information about COVID-19 and how it spreads. You will also learn steps you can take to protect yourself, make sure your work … Continue reading COVID-19 Professional Development Training Module Available to SF Faculty and Staff

Florida Attorney General Issues Warning on Scams Targeting College Students

June 22, 2020 – Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody issued a warning to Florida college students about work-from-home employment scams. The latest round of scams seek to obtain personal information from college students while posing as representatives from their college. Some students have been issued counterfeit checks that they are instructed to cash against their … Continue reading Florida Attorney General Issues Warning on Scams Targeting College Students

Join the SF Teaching Zoo this July for a Plastic Free EcoChallenge

June 17, 2020 – Inspired by an Australian-founded initiative, the Plastic Free EcoChallenge is a 31-day international challenge to raise awareness about the problems with plastic; to provide opportunities to learn about reducing and refusing plastics where possible; and to encourage individuals to create small changes that have a huge impact. Reducing plastic use and … Continue reading Join the SF Teaching Zoo this July for a Plastic Free EcoChallenge

President Broadie Featured in Latest Issue of Community College Journal

June 17, 2020 – The American Association of Community Colleges recently published their June/July 2020 issue of Community College Journal, which among other things, covered college presidents who are new to their campuses and how they have changed their approach to providing education during the COVID-19 pandemic. Santa Fe College President Paul Broadie II, Ph.D., … Continue reading President Broadie Featured in Latest Issue of Community College Journal

SF’s Carol Thomas Retiring After 45 Years of Service

June 5, 2020 – After 45 years of service to Santa Fe College, Carol Thomas is retiring. Carol began teaching at SF as an adjunct professor in 1975. During that time, Carol taught in the Physical Education program; teaching courses in aquatics, first aid and CPR. In 1977, Carol began her fulltime service teaching a variety of courses in the health core area … Continue reading SF’s Carol Thomas Retiring After 45 Years of Service

Priority Date for SF Foundation Scholarships is June 15

May 5, 2020 – The Santa Fe College Foundation is currently accepting applications for scholarships for the 2020-2021 academic year for all incoming students, new students, CTE students, and freshmen students. All students applying for a scholarship from the SF Foundation must first be granted admission through the SF Admissions Office. Although scholarship applications are … Continue reading Priority Date for SF Foundation Scholarships is June 15

Dr. Broadie’s Weekly Message Includes Emergency Aid for Students

April 21, 2020 – Santa Fe College President Paul Broadie II, Ph.D., released his weekly address to the college community Tuesday afternoon. In his message, he reiterated the college’s plan to continue providing services remotely through May 15 and discussed options students will have for summer courses. The president also announced the creation of an … Continue reading Dr. Broadie’s Weekly Message Includes Emergency Aid for Students

SF Offers Students COVID-19 Emergency Aid Grant

April 21, 2020 – The Executive Leadership at Santa Fe College is aware that many students are struggling financially as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. During his weekly message, SF President Paul Broadie II announced the establishment of a COVID-19 Emergency Aid Grant designed to help students who find themselves financially impacted. This grant, funded … Continue reading SF Offers Students COVID-19 Emergency Aid Grant

Survey Says: Graduation ceremony will be postponed

Graduation is the most sacred event at Santa Fe College, where we celebrate the momentous accomplishments of our students. It has been heartbreaking for our staff, with each passing announcement of elevated concern for our community’s and everyone’s safety, to realize that we cannot celebrate our graduates this spring as we had hoped and planned … Continue reading Survey Says: Graduation ceremony will be postponed