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163 SF Faculty and Staff Volunteer for COVID-19 Testing

June 9, 2020 – Santa Fe College partnered with the Florida Department of Health of Alachua County Tuesday to offer COVID-19 testing to SF faculty and staff as the college continues to make plans for a phased-in return to on-campus activities. Over the course of three hours, 163 people were tested. College officials thanked the … Continue reading 163 SF Faculty and Staff Volunteer for COVID-19 Testing

President Broadie Releases Statement to College Community About Returning to On-Campus Activities

May 30, 2020 – Santa Fe College President Paul Broadie II, Ph.D., released the following statement about the phased-in return to on-campus activities Friday evening.   Dear Santa Fe family, Let me begin by telling you how proud I am of the incredible work you have been doing as we have spent the last two … Continue reading President Broadie Releases Statement to College Community About Returning to On-Campus Activities

COVID-19 Testing Opportunity for SF Faculty and Staff

May 29, 2020 – Santa Fe College is partnering with the Florida Department of Health in Alachua County to provide a free voluntary drive-thru COVID-19 testing site for all full-time and part-time faculty, staff, Tempforce, SF Food Court staff, SF Bookstore staff, Coffee 101 Café staff, and members of their families who are ages 10 and older. Testing will be … Continue reading COVID-19 Testing Opportunity for SF Faculty and Staff

Dr. Broadie’s Message to the College Community Offers COVID Testing Opportunity

May 28, 2020 – Santa Fe College President Paul Broadie II, Ph.D. released a new video to the college community Thursday afternoon. After a moment of silence for those who lost their lives to the COVID-19 pandemic, the president discussed the progress in the safe phased-in return to campus. The college has developed a COVID-19 … Continue reading Dr. Broadie’s Message to the College Community Offers COVID Testing Opportunity

SF President Broadie Marks First Hundred Days in Weekly Message to College Community

May 13, 2020 – Santa Fe College President Paul Broadie II, Ph.D., delivered his weekly message to the college community Wednesday afternoon. The president delivered his remarks from the Charles Perry Construction Institute, where SF students had been working on their 10th Habitat for Humanity house as part of the curriculum in the college’s Construction … Continue reading SF President Broadie Marks First Hundred Days in Weekly Message to College Community

Remote Operations to Continue Through May 31

May 6, 2020 – Santa Fe College President Paul Broadie II, Ph.D., released his weekly message to the college community Wednesday afternoon. After a moment of silence for the lives lost due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the president announced that remote operations would continue through May 31, 2020. Dr. Broadie also indicated that unless face-to-face … Continue reading Remote Operations to Continue Through May 31

President Broadie Releases Video Message to the Class of 2020

May 2, 2020 – Although the spring term ended with classes held remotely, Santa Fe College President Paul Broadie II, Ph.D., released a graduation video to the class of 2020. The college is planning on holding an in-person commencement exercise Aug. 13-14, 2020, pending CDC recommendations on larger gatherings at that time. Congratulations to the … Continue reading President Broadie Releases Video Message to the Class of 2020

Dr. Broadie Celebrates the Work of Faculty and Staff in Weekly Message

April 28, 2020 – Santa Fe College President Paul Broadie II, Ph. D., released his weekly video to the college community Tuesday afternoon. The president discussed the workgroups at the college tasked with coordinating the return of faculty and staff to the college when it is deemed safe to do so, the impact COVID-19 has … Continue reading Dr. Broadie Celebrates the Work of Faculty and Staff in Weekly Message

Finals Week, Summer/Fall Registration and Aid for Students in Need

April 25, 2020 – Santa Fe College administration, faculty and staff remain in awe of SF students’ ability to continue to succeed despite the changes to online-only instruction brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. As we enter finals week, we encourage all students to continue to persevere and finish strong! As a reminder, for students … Continue reading Finals Week, Summer/Fall Registration and Aid for Students in Need

National Weather Service Alert showing an enhanced risk of storms for the SF service district Thursday into Friday

Severe Weather Alert for Thursday and Friday

April 22, 2020 – The National Weather Service – Jacksonville is reporting an enhanced risk of severe weather Thursday into Friday across North Central Florida. Santa Fe College’s service district of Alachua and Bradford counties can expect between 2-3 inches of rain with areas of localized flooding. The storms are expected to arrive in the … Continue reading Severe Weather Alert for Thursday and Friday

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

Remote Operations to Continue Through May 15, Update on Summer Courses

April 18, 2020 – Santa Fe College President Paul Broadie II released the following statement to the college community Saturday afternoon In keeping with our practice of continually re-evaluating public safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, Santa Fe College has made the decision to extend all remote operations until at least May 15, 2020. Access to all … Continue reading Remote Operations to Continue Through May 15, Update on Summer Courses

Dr. Broadie’s Weekly Message Addresses Opportunities for Workforce Development

April 16, 2020 – Santa Fe College President Paul Broadie II, Ph.D., released his weekly address to the college community Thursday. The president delivered his message in the newly renovated Lyceum (formerly known as the E-Auditorium) and offered condolences and a moment of silence for the lives lost because of COVID-19. He discussed opportunities in … Continue reading Dr. Broadie’s Weekly Message Addresses Opportunities for Workforce Development

Santa Fe College Senate Executive Committee Releases Resolution of Appreciation

April 16, 2020 – At their meeting Tuesday afternoon, the Santa Fe College Senate Executive Committee released the following Resolution of Appreciation to the college community for the work being done while all instruction and services are being provided remotely. RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION TO THE SANTA FE COMMUNITY FROM THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF THE SANTA … Continue reading Santa Fe College Senate Executive Committee Releases Resolution of Appreciation

National Weather Service maps showing heavy rains over North Central Florida Tuesday and Wednesday April 14-15

National Weather Service Calling for Heavy Rains Through Wednesday

April 14, 2020 – The National Weather Service Jacksonville is calling for heavy rains through Wednesday in the Santa Fe College service district. One to three inches of rain is expected across the region with heavy, potentially flooding rainfall possible. Some of the storm squalls may also bring gusty winds as the storm system that … Continue reading National Weather Service Calling for Heavy Rains Through Wednesday

Possible Severe Weather Monday in SF Service District

April 12, 2020 – The National Weather Service – Jacksonville is reporting a chance of severe weather in the Santa Fe College service district of Alachua and Bradford counties. Although at this point, most of the inclement weather appears to be to the north of the service district, heavy rains and gusty winds are expected … Continue reading Possible Severe Weather Monday in SF Service District

HR Weekly Message to SF Employees – April 10, 2020

April 11, 2020 – Santa Fe College Human Resources Director Lela Frye released the following weekly message to faculty and staff at the college. Dear SF Faculty and Staff, It’s amazing to see how everyone is navigating our new virtual work environments and embracing technology. Each week we find new ways to continue the business … Continue reading HR Weekly Message to SF Employees – April 10, 2020

Dr. Broadie Addresses the College Community and Issues His First High Fives

April 8, 2020 – Santa Fe College President Paul Broadie II, Ph.D. released another video statement to the college community Wednesday morning. As the college moves through its fourth week of online student instruction and services, the president noted the efforts of the students, faculty and staff. The president also issued the first of what will … Continue reading Dr. Broadie Addresses the College Community and Issues His First High Fives

April 2 Message from SF President Paul Broadie

April 2, 2020 – Santa Fe College President Paul Broadie II, Ph.D., released a statement to the college community Thursday afternoon. His statement is below. Dear Santa Fe family, The College has made the important decision to extend the Temporary Alternative Work Assignments through May 1, 2020.  As with previous extensions, details as to how full-time, … Continue reading April 2 Message from SF President Paul Broadie

Best Practices to Reduce Virtual Classroom Disruptions

April 2, 2020 – Many of you are realizing what a tremendous asset Zoom can be for holding classes virtually, and I hope you’re also aware that the Center for Academic Technologies and Training (CATT) is offering helpful training for those of you who are interested in learning or in upgrading your Zoom skills. CATT has prepared a Zoom … Continue reading Best Practices to Reduce Virtual Classroom Disruptions