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New SF Calendar Features Raul Villarreal’s Ambos Mundos

August 20, 2018 – The new 2018-19 Santa Fe College calendars will be available to SF faculty and staff immediately following fall convocation. This year’s calendar features the painting Ambos Mundos, from SF’s Coordinator for Cultural Programs, Raul Villarreal. Villarreal sat down with the Today@SF to talk about not only the painting used on the … Continue reading New SF Calendar Features Raul Villarreal’s Ambos Mundos

Fall Convocation Set for Tuesday

August 17, 2018 – Fall term is just about to start and soon Santa Fe College will be filled with students working toward their degrees. SF President Jackson N. Sasser invites all SF faculty and staff to attend the Fall 2018 convocation, Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2018, in the SF Fine Arts Hall. President Sasser says … Continue reading Fall Convocation Set for Tuesday

Santa Fe College Hosting College Night 2018 Wednesday, August 29

August 17, 2018 – Santa Fe College will be holding its annual College Night Wednesday, Aug. 29 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. in the SF Gymnasium. More than 80 colleges and universities from across the country will be in attendance providing prospective students with information about their schools. This event is open to both high … Continue reading Santa Fe College Hosting College Night 2018 Wednesday, August 29

Jobseekers 50 and Over Can Learn About the Modern Workplace with BACK TO WORK 50+

August 17, 2018 – BACK TO WORK 50+ at Santa Fe College will be holding a series of workshops for jobseekers 50 years of age and older August 20- 22. The Seven Smart Strategies For 50+ Jobseekers Workshop will give participants the opportunity to get help on updating job search strategies, interview techniques and networking opportunities. Call … Continue reading Jobseekers 50 and Over Can Learn About the Modern Workplace with BACK TO WORK 50+

Artist Kevin Bongang To Create Two Murals on Northwest Campus

August 16, 2018 – Artist Kevin Bongang will be creating two murals on the Santa Fe College Northwest Campus during the week of Aug. 20-24. The murals will be on the east wall of the Food Court, next to the SF Bookstore, and on the west, back-facing wall of Building M. Born in Cameroon, West … Continue reading Artist Kevin Bongang To Create Two Murals on Northwest Campus

Dr. Sasser’s Challenge to SF Faculty and Staff Featured in Gainesville Sun

August 14, 2018 – Santa Fe College President Dr. Jackson N. Sasser is preparing for the upcoming fall term by challenging the faculty and staff to confront implicit bias. During next week’s Fall convocation, Dr. Sasser will present studies that demonstrate how bias impacts the educational system and what SF faculty and staff can do … Continue reading Dr. Sasser’s Challenge to SF Faculty and Staff Featured in Gainesville Sun

Take Stock in Children Helps Alachua and Bradford County Students Succeed

August 15, 2018 – Take Stock in Children (TSIC) is a program that assists low-income, at-risk students break the cycle of poverty by providing mentoring and scholarship opportunities to help students graduate high school and earn a college degree. Students must have at least a 2.5 GPA and qualify for free or reduced school lunches … Continue reading Take Stock in Children Helps Alachua and Bradford County Students Succeed

Dr. Sasser Invites SF Employees to Apply for President’s Leadership Seminar

August 14, 2018 – Santa Fe College is hosting a President’s Leadership Seminar (PLS) to introduce individuals in all classifications at our college to leadership as it is best practiced in our nation’s colleges. The seminar will be led by President Jackson N. Sasser. “Santa Fe College’s success as the nation’s number one college is … Continue reading Dr. Sasser Invites SF Employees to Apply for President’s Leadership Seminar

Join Friends of Career Service and Support SF’s Career Service Council

August 13, 2018 – Santa Fe College’s Career Service Council needs your support. Become a Friend of Career Service, the greatest supporters of Career Service Council. Voluntary contributions from Friends of Career Service help fund many activities during the year such as social events, tributes, scholarships and the family fund. Monetary contributions can be made … Continue reading Join Friends of Career Service and Support SF’s Career Service Council

Alachua and Bradford County Schools Start Monday – Increased Traffic on the Roads

August 10, 2018 – The 2018–2019 academic year is about to begin, and that means more congestion on area roadways. Both Alachua and Bradford county school students return to the classroom Monday, Aug. 13. You can avoid traffic headaches by leaving just a few minutes earlier than normal. The safety of area students is a … Continue reading Alachua and Bradford County Schools Start Monday – Increased Traffic on the Roads

Career Service Scholarship Forms Due September 7

August 10, 2018 – Career Service employees at Santa Fe College who are pursuing degrees of higher education at various learning institutions may be eligible to apply for the Career Service Scholarship. The Career Service Council has been honored to award hundreds of scholarships to well-deserving Career Service employees who have shown dedication to the … Continue reading Career Service Scholarship Forms Due September 7

BACK TO WORK 50+ Gets a Boost from Community Leaders

August 10, 2018 – Dr. Karen Cole-Smith, Executive Director of East Gainesville Instruction brought together Santa Fe College’s BACK TO WORK 50+ Project Coordinator Carolyn Das with several women who are community leaders to begin collaboration on reaching women who are 50+ years old and seeking employment. Representatives of the Central Florida Community Action Agency, … Continue reading BACK TO WORK 50+ Gets a Boost from Community Leaders

Department Name Change – The CAT is Back!

August 8, 2018 – The CAT is back! The Center for Teaching, Technology & Training (CT3) has changed its name to Center for Academic Technologies (CAT), effective immediately. The change to CAT is intended to better encompass the diverse nature of the department’s work with Santa Fe College faculty and staff in the areas of … Continue reading Department Name Change – The CAT is Back!

Registration is Open for SF Community Education Fall A Classes

August 8, 2018 – Registration is now open for Fall A Community Education Classes at Santa Fe College. Sign up for classes on Computers, Dance, Health and Fitness, Outdoor Adventures and so much more. There are also new class offerings that include Celestial Navigation, Football Fun Day Food Tour, Trail Riding and Become a Ham … Continue reading Registration is Open for SF Community Education Fall A Classes

Former Saint Andrew Eyster Wins Valley League MVP

August 7, 2018 – Andrew Eyster, who played baseball for the Saints as an SF student last season was named the Valley League’s 2018 Most Valuable Player. Eyster led the Valley League in batting average (.421), slugging percentage (.781) and on-base percentage (.511). He also had nine home runs and 35 RBIs in 32 games … Continue reading Former Saint Andrew Eyster Wins Valley League MVP

Updated Forms Available Now from Registrar

August 6, 2018 – Santa Fe College’s Office of the Registrar has updated several forms ahead of the start of the fall term. Those forms include: Disciplinary Disclosure Late Withdrawal Drop with Refund Residency Reclassification The updated forms include clearer instructions and the addition or rewording of questions for easier understanding of the processes. The … Continue reading Updated Forms Available Now from Registrar

A New Way to Connect to Wi-Fi at Santa Fe College

August 2, 2018 – Santa Fe College’s Information Technology Services (ITS) has been upgrading the Wi-Fi on the Northwest Campus and all college centers. SF students, faculty, staff and visitors can connect their devices to the Wi-Fi network through one of two separate Wi-Fi network names, SF Guest and SF College. SF Guest is the … Continue reading A New Way to Connect to Wi-Fi at Santa Fe College

Pat Profeta Joins SF Staff as Director of Tyree Library

August 1, 2018 – Please welcome Dr. Pat Profeta as she joins Santa Fe College as the new director of the Lawrence W. Tyree Library. Pat began her career in Florida as a librarian and faculty member at, what was then, Indian River Community College and was eventually promoted to Dean of Libraries for that … Continue reading Pat Profeta Joins SF Staff as Director of Tyree Library

SF staff and Alachua County Fire Rescue personnel outside the SFPD Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Santa Fe College Staff Attend Emergency Management Training

July 31, 2018 – Santa Fe College employees toured the new SFPD building Tuesday morning, not only to see the recently-opened facility, but also to get valuable information about safety and security at the college. The Emergency Management Readiness Exercise was staffed by both SFPD as well as community partners that included Alachua County Fire … Continue reading Santa Fe College Staff Attend Emergency Management Training

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SF Volleyball Schedule Released

July 26, 2018 – The Santa Fe College volleyball schedule has been released for the fall. The Saints will open the season Wednesday, Aug. 22, when they host Lake-Sumter State College at 7 p.m. The Saints will enjoy their longest homestand of the season, with five home games between Aug. 22, and Aug. 28. Their … Continue reading SF Volleyball Schedule Released