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Professional Development Scholarship Application Open Through April 17

March 26, 2020 – Santa Fe College offers Professional Development Scholarships to SF employees looking to earn a bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate degree. Applications will be accepted beginning Monday, March 23, and will close at midnight Friday, April 17, 2020. The applications are available on the Professional Development Scholarship webpage or by going to the SF … Continue reading Professional Development Scholarship Application Open Through April 17

Nominate a Career Service STAR Today

March 26, 2020 – Nominations for Santa Fe College Career Service STAR Awards are due Wednesday, April 15, 2020. STAR Awards are presented to full-time Career Service employees who have been in their current position a minimum of one year. This Career Service staff member would have made a valuable and appreciated impact within the … Continue reading Nominate a Career Service STAR Today

As We Continue Working Remotely, What Happens Next?

March 25, 2020 – As Santa Fe College enters the first full week of both students and staff practicing social distancing and staying away from all SF locations, college executive leadership continues to meet and discuss how to best serve students and support employees as we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. In a statement to the … Continue reading As We Continue Working Remotely, What Happens Next?

SF Reminder on Equal Access and Equal Opportunity

March 24, 2020 – Although Santa Fe College is temporarily operating online, this does not change the fact that the college is committed to maintaining a work and educational environment that embraces diversity and where no member of the college community is excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or subject to discrimination in … Continue reading SF Reminder on Equal Access and Equal Opportunity

Office for Finance Issues Procedures for Processing Travel Invoices

March 24, 2020 – The Santa Fe College Office for Finance is continuing to address the operational business needs of the college. The office has released important information regarding the processing of invoices and travel while college employees are working remotely. The Office for Finance has been very proactive about updating their webpage with the … Continue reading Office for Finance Issues Procedures for Processing Travel Invoices

Dr. Broadie’s March 23 Update to the College Community

March 23, 2020 – Monday afternoon, Santa Fe College President Paul Broadie II released the following statement to the college community. Dear Santa Fe College family, As I walked around our campus today, I could not help but reflect on how beautiful the college is; not because of the buildings and the landscaping, but because … Continue reading Dr. Broadie’s March 23 Update to the College Community

Survey Says: Graduation ceremony will be postponed

Graduation is the most sacred event at Santa Fe College, where we celebrate the momentous accomplishments of our students. It has been heartbreaking for our staff, with each passing announcement of elevated concern for our community’s and everyone’s safety, to realize that we cannot celebrate our graduates this spring as we had hoped and planned … Continue reading Survey Says: Graduation ceremony will be postponed

Workshops for online instruction still “Zooming” along

Join Jason Frank and Andy Shepherd as they teach and answer  questions about Zoom, a web-based conferencing tool that enables instructors and students to connect synchronously (in real time) over the Internet. These sessions can be recorded so you can reference them later. Access a schedule of upcoming professional development workshops, including these Zoom training … Continue reading Workshops for online instruction still “Zooming” along

We’ve got this. “Community” is our middle name.

March 20, 2020 –– With the college moving to online instruction and services, college photographer Matt Stamey is at home, helping to share official college responses with the combined 60,000 followers we have on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn.  With Open House and high school tabling events canceled, Tom Mason from Construction and Technical Programs and … Continue reading We’ve got this. “Community” is our middle name.

College Senate Meeting for March 31 Has Been Canceled – Runoff Election Coming Soon

March 19, 2020 – Out of an abundance of caution, and in order to respect the health and safety of the members of the College Senate, the senate meeting scheduled for Tuesday, March 31, 2020, has been canceled. The next few weeks may be a turbulent time, and the Senate believes that a meeting wouldn’t be … Continue reading College Senate Meeting for March 31 Has Been Canceled – Runoff Election Coming Soon

Faculty and Staff Adapt Quickly to Serve Our Students

March 17, 2020 ––  It may be rescheduled a few times before it actually happens, but President Broadie is planning an epic employee appreciation celebration. And have we ever earned it! Everywhere you look right now, someone is going above and beyond, making sure our campus is safe and our students’ needs are served. Our … Continue reading Faculty and Staff Adapt Quickly to Serve Our Students

Statement from Santa Fe College President Paul Broadie II Concerning COVID-19 and College Classes

March 13, 2020 – Information regarding COVID-19 is changing rapidly and we will remain proactive and responsive as we address the health and well-being of our students, employees, community and society.  Therefore, Santa Fe College will begin moving classes online, where possible, effective Monday, March 16, 2020, through at least March 30, 2020. Students will receive further guidance … Continue reading Statement from Santa Fe College President Paul Broadie II Concerning COVID-19 and College Classes

SF Office for Finance Issues Budget and Year-End Instructions

March 11, 2020 – Santa Fe College’s Office for Finance has issued their 2020 year-end memo for departments needing wrap up budgets for the fiscal year. All deadlines are firm, so it is imperative as a department budget manager that you take particular care to determine how each deadline impacts your area and schedule accordingly. … Continue reading SF Office for Finance Issues Budget and Year-End Instructions

Dental Cleanings for Students $10 at SF Dental Clinic

March 9, 2020 – During the spring term, the Santa Fe College Dental Clinic is offering a “Spring Cleaning” special where dental cleanings will be discounted to just $10 for all SF students. The special includes a dental cleaning, radiographs and fluoride, as needed. The dental clinic is located on the Northwest Campus in Building … Continue reading Dental Cleanings for Students $10 at SF Dental Clinic

SF Automotive Students Earn Honors From the SkillsUSA Automotive Service Training Competition

March 9, 2020 – Santa Fe College students in SF’s Automotive programs competed in the SkillsUSA Automotive Service Training Competition in Inverness last month. SF students Valdos Kim and Travis Legall won second and third place respectively in the postsecondary division. John Thomas, a student in SF’s High School Dual Enrollment, won third place in … Continue reading SF Automotive Students Earn Honors From the SkillsUSA Automotive Service Training Competition

Spring Into “Wellness Wednesdays”

February 27, 2020 – Santa Fe College’s four-week spring “Wellness Wednesday” program kicks off March 18, 2020. The SF Wellness Team encourages faculty and staff to join them over the next four weeks to get out and move and to learn more about becoming a healthier you. To be eligible for weekly incentives you must … Continue reading Spring Into “Wellness Wednesdays”

Annual Property Inventory Due March 31

February 24, 2020 – Property Custodians are reminded that the annual property inventory must be completed by March 31, 2020. Santa Fe College Rules 5.7 and 5.7P establish: An increase in the tangible property tracking threshold from $1,000.00 to $5,000.00 except for computers, projectors, cameras and any other attractive items that the Property Custodian consider … Continue reading Annual Property Inventory Due March 31

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Help the SF Teaching Zoo Protect Gorilla Habitats

February 11, 2020 – This spring, the Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo is joining Gorilla SAFE (Saving Animals From Extinction) and the Gorilla Species Survival Plan for Gorillas on the Line…Answer the Call! This global program aims to increase the recycling of cell phones and small electronics in an effort to protect habitats for gorillas and other wildlife in … Continue reading Help the SF Teaching Zoo Protect Gorilla Habitats

Tyree Library Offering Workshops on APA Handbook for SF Faculty

January 28, 2020 – The new edition of the APA handbook (Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, Seventh edition) was published in October and introduces many changes and updates. For those of you who use APA in your classes and who wish to learn more about these changes, the Library is offering a What’s New with … Continue reading Tyree Library Offering Workshops on APA Handbook for SF Faculty

Friends of Career Service

January 28, 2020 – Friends of Career Service are the great supporters of the Career Service Council. Through these voluntary contributions, the council is able to fund many activities during the year including service projects, social events and scholarships. Any employee of the college (Career Service, Administrative and Professional and/or Faculty) may become a Friend … Continue reading Friends of Career Service