Santa Fe College to Remain Open – Will Continue to Take Advisement from Health Agencies

March 12, 2020 – Santa Fe College is taking the threat of COVID-19 seriously and, is following the recommendations of the CDC, the Florida Department of Health and local emergency management. The college’s emergency management team is meeting regularly like many colleges across the country and is preparing to move instruction online should the situation warrant it.

The college is following recommendations from the Florida College System and remains open at this time.

The college is vigilant in cleaning high touch, high traffic areas. As cases increase and concern grows concerning the spread of COVID-19, Santa Fe College declares that any student, faculty or staff member who traveled to China, South Korea, Italy, Iran or Japan will not be permitted on any SF campus or center, and must self-quarantine for 14 days. Any student, faculty or staff member who has been in close contact with anyone who has traveled to those countries, or is showing potential symptoms of COVID-19 should also self-quarantine.

We encourage everyone to be prepared per the guidelines published by the CDC and the Florida Department of Health.

For the safety of our students, the college has decided to eliminate all study abroad travel through June.