This Week In History @ Santa Fe College

This Week In History @ Santa Fe College

November 6, 1995 – The Fashion Marketing Management Program at Santa Fe College took applications for the Spring as part of the Business Programs at SF College.

November 9, 1989 – Santa Fe College President Robertson, and Santa Fe College faculty got an 8% pay raise.

November 9, 2002 – President Sasser worked at the Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo in an effort to help Zoociety raise money for the October 26, 2001, Heart Walk.

November 10, 1995 – Santa Fe College President Tyree refused to raise title contract entitled to him.

November 10, 2001 – Hoops Galore 3-on-3 tournament invades SF College gymnasium to help benefit the Children’s Miracle Network who generally receive 10% of the two-day events earnings.

November 10, 1967 – Santa FE College helped 18 Cuban refugees student with a donation of $3,000 from school activity fund.

November 10, 1993 – Santa Fe College announced first plans to build new student union.

November 12, 1968 – Alachua County United Way Fund – Santa Fe College was the first to report going over its quota. Harvey Sharron, chairman of the Santa Fe College Division was given special recognition for his report o $2,471 to ACUF achieved 112% of its goal.screen-shot-2016-11-07-at-10-04-14-am