Santa Fe College Will CLOSE at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10

Santa Fe College Will CLOSE at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10

Hurricane Michael 8 a.m. Oct 10 map

UPDATED 11:20 a.m.

October 10, 2018 – Due to the increased threat of impacts to the region because of Hurricane Michael, Santa Fe College will CLOSE at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 10.


October 10, 2018 – Santa Fe College Emergency Management officials will continue to track the path of Hurricane Michael. The college remains open for classes and normal business. We encourage all SF students, faculty and staff to take whatever precautionary measures they feel necessary to ensure their safety.

There is an elevated risk of tornadoes in the region. If a tornado warning is issued, you should move to a lower-level interior room that does not have windows and shelter in place until word is given that the threat has passed. For additional information about tornado safety, visit If you are unsure about a safe location in your work environment, please contact the SF Police Department at 5519 for assistance.

Please remember to update your emergency notification information in eStaff. Instructions are noted below:

2. Select “My Information” from menu options on the left
3. Select “Emergency Contact” tab from the top
4. Verify listed information is accurate. If changes are needed use the update, delete and add buttons accordingly.

Additionally, we are asking each supervisor to compile an employee contact
information list for their department that contains the following:
· Employee name
· Employee personal contact information (home and cell)
· Alternate emergency contact information for the employee

Dr. Sasser encourages all employees to contact Human Resources if there are any concerns about reporting to work. Please remember to contact your supervisor. Human Resources is available to help answer any questions that you might have; contact Lela Frye at or call 352-395-5185.

Visit the Florida Disaster website for information about shelters, road closures and evacuation routes. Visit the National Hurricane Center for the latest updates on Hurricane Michael.