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Wednesday Power Outage Can’t Stop Math Class

April 19, 2018 – Santa Fe College experienced a campus-wide power outage early Wednesday morning. Gainesville Regional Utilities was able to fix the issue within an hour and power was restored to the Northwest Campus by 8:30 a.m. SF mathematics professor Lorisha Riley was undaunted by the lack of power for her 8 a.m. trigonometry … Continue reading Wednesday Power Outage Can’t Stop Math Class

The Santa Fe Saints baseball team celebrates winning the Mid Florida Conference.

SF Baseball: Saints Clinch Conference Title with 15-7 Win Over Central Florida

April 19, 2018 – For the third season in a row and the eighth in the 12 years under the direction of Coach Johnny Wiggs, the NJCAA No. 1 Santa Fe Saints are Mid-Florida Conference champions. SF got it done Wednesday afternoon against the College of Central Florida, taking down the Patriots 15-7 in seven … Continue reading SF Baseball: Saints Clinch Conference Title with 15-7 Win Over Central Florida

Mother and Son Will Graduate Together This Spring

April 19, 2018 – Next month, Santa Fe College holds it’s Spring 2018 graduation ceremonies, celebrating the accomplishments of the students, as well as the families and friends who support them. Among the graduates this spring will be Karessa Widner and her son, Ryan, each earning an associate degree from SF. Karessa, a quality assurance … Continue reading Mother and Son Will Graduate Together This Spring

Retirement Party for Sue Kulmacz

April 19, 2018 – Santa Fe College Humanities and Foreign Languages Administrative Assistant, Sue Kulmacz, will be retiring after nearly 15 years of service to the college. Friends and colleagues are invited to S-29/30 from 10 a.m. until noon, Monday, April 23, for the retirement celebration. Sue has been in the Humanities and Foreign Languages … Continue reading Retirement Party for Sue Kulmacz

The baby gibbon with its mother at the Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo.

SF Teaching Zoo Announces Birth of Gibbon

April 18, 2018 – The Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo is proud to announce the newest addition to the zoo, a baby white-handed gibbon. Both mother and child are in good health. Students in the Zoo Animal Technology program made the discovery recently while doing regular wellness checks on the animals. SF Teaching Zoo administrators … Continue reading SF Teaching Zoo Announces Birth of Gibbon

Health Risk Assessment Winners

April 18, 2018 – All Santa Fe College employees who attended one of the health risk assessments earlier this month were entered into drawings for prizes. Although the biggest prize is getting a snapshot of your current health data, additional prizes are always a nice perk. Here’s the list of winners from the 2018 health … Continue reading Health Risk Assessment Winners

SF’s Adult Ed Program Holding Spring Plant Sale Wednesday

April 17, 2018 – Celebrate spring with Santa Fe College’s Adult Education Horticulture Agriculture Pathway (HAP). Students in the program will be selling a wide variety of beautiful organically grown plants, herbs, flowers, strawberries and more. HAP students will have their table set up by the organic garden outside Building E from 9 a.m. – … Continue reading SF’s Adult Ed Program Holding Spring Plant Sale Wednesday

Empowering Education Through Technology (E2T2) Hosts Pilot Train the Trainer Course

April 17, 2018 – Recent Santa Fe College IT graduates, Ronald Mills and Meghan Gertsch, in collaboration with Santa Fe College Blount Center, East Gainesville Instruction (EGI), and Community Code Inc., have started a technical community outreach project titled Empowering Education Through Technology. This project was born from an already existing EGI community effort that … Continue reading Empowering Education Through Technology (E2T2) Hosts Pilot Train the Trainer Course

Back To Work 50+ Jobseeker Event May 7-9

April 17, 2018 – Santa Fe College will be holding another series of jobseeker workshops for people 50 years of age and older. The BACK TO WORK 50+ program helps older workers update job search strategies, practice for interviewing and networking, and enroll in training programs that employers value. To register for one of the upcoming … Continue reading Back To Work 50+ Jobseeker Event May 7-9

CCS Best Practices: Working With the Media

April 16, 2018 – Gainesville, FL – Have a story that you think is news worthy? Or maybe a reporter has approached you for a quote? It’s important to remember that before interacting with the press, you should always check in with CCS. Why? Because the reputation of the college is critical. It is directly … Continue reading CCS Best Practices: Working With the Media

SF Baseball: Hemenway, Jones Combine to Shutout FSC-J 4-0

April 13, 2018 –  Jacksonville, FL – The Santa Fe College Saints tightened their grip on first place in the Mid-Florida Conference with a 4-0 win on the road over Florida State College-Jacksonville, completing a four game season sweep over the Blue Wave.  The win is the twelfth in a row for the #1 ranked … Continue reading SF Baseball: Hemenway, Jones Combine to Shutout FSC-J 4-0

SF Softball: Central Florida Gets a Pair from Saints

April 14, 2018 – Gainesville, FL – The 2018 Mid-Florida Conference champion College of Central Florida Patriots lived up to their #6 NJCAA national ranking, defeating the Santa Fe Saints 9-0 and 9-1. Lindsey Markham-Rosario was dominant in the circle game one, pitching all five innings with six strikeouts.  Kelly Bennett and Charlene Contreras had … Continue reading SF Softball: Central Florida Gets a Pair from Saints