History This Week @ Santa Fe College

History This Week @ Santa Fe College

October 9, 1992 – Santa Fe College approved the new sexual harassment and sexual assault policies.

October 9, 2003 – According to the Gainesville Sun Michael Fugate who taught Radiography, was named the “Professor of the Year”.

October 11, 1968 – Police Training began at Santa Fe College

October 11, 1987 – Santa Fe Community College started offering a new fitness course.

October 11, 2005 – Education for veterinary technicians was scheduled to come to Santa Fe College in January; plans included a clinic in Archer in coordination with the UF Vet School.

October 12, 1994 – “A Mid-Term Jam” scheduled by Santa Fe College Student Government featured five bands, a magician, free food, and drawings for prizes, in an effort to give students a break from the regular classroom routine.

October 12, 1995 – Twenty students who gave up welfare for job training were honored for their participation in the Family Transition Program.

October 13, 1994 – Santa Fe College started charging off-campus groups for use of facilities.

October 13, 1994 – U.S. Senator Bob Graham, D-Florida, taught two classes at Santa Fe College. The classes were part of Graham’s continuing series of “work days” where he worked at different jobs in his district. Graham taught federal healthcare issues to a Community and Public Health in Dentistry and Special interest groups to a political science class.

October 15, 1987 – Cadillac donated to auto repair students at Santa Feauto repair

October 15, 1992 – Santa Fe College Downtown Center received the 1992 Downtown Redevelopment Award.

October 15, 1997 – Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo celebrated 25 years in addition to opening four new buildings.