SF Students Can Now Add Pronouns in eSantaFe

October 29, 2020 – Beginning today, students can change their official pronouns. Students can simply log in to their eSantaFe account, go to the My Information screen and make any needed adjustments. Once that is done, the student’s pronouns will be displayed in eStaff on all the headers of pages such as Student Information, Enrollment, … Continue reading SF Students Can Now Add Pronouns in eSantaFe

Dr. Broadie Issues Statement to the College Community Ahead of Annual United Way Fundraiser

October 26, 2020 – Santa Fe College President Paul Broadie II, Ph.D., released this statement to the college community ahead of this year’s United Way fundraiser. Dear Santa Fe Family: If ever there was a time for you to support the United Way Campaign at Santa Fe College, this is it. The global health crisis … Continue reading Dr. Broadie Issues Statement to the College Community Ahead of Annual United Way Fundraiser

Eight members of Ethics Bowl team selected for Civil Disagreement fellowship

October 21, 2020 –– Today is #GlobalEthicsDay and Santa Fe College is celebrating eight SF students selected by the Intercollegiate Civil Disagreement Partnership (ICDP) to serve in the inaugural cohort of Civil Disagreement fellows. The ICDP is a consortium of ethics centers and programs that recently formed between five institutions: Harvard University, Stanford University, California … Continue reading Eight members of Ethics Bowl team selected for Civil Disagreement fellowship

Zoom into College Research with the Library

Teaching online? Are you unable to get your classes to the library? Then Zoom into College Research is here to help! The series includes three different workshops. The Research 101 workshop will introduce students to the research process, including devising a search strategy, searching for books and articles, how to read a scholarly article, and … Continue reading Zoom into College Research with the Library

Continuing Education Opportunities Available at Santa Fe College

October 7, 2020 – Santa Fe College’s Continuing Education program has released the new ENHANCE catalog for Fall B. Filled with interesting and exciting information about short courses and training opportunities, SF’s Continuing Ed provides opportunities for people looking to strengthen their job-related skills or to move into new career areas. To learn more about … Continue reading Continuing Education Opportunities Available at Santa Fe College

Pursue Life-Long Learning With SF’s Community Education

October 7, 2020 – Join the pursuit of lifelong learning with a Community Education course at Santa Fe College. Whether you are learning something new or looking for recreation, Community Education has the class for you! To learn more about our Fall classes and to register, visit sfcollege.edu/communityed, call 352-395-5193, or check out the Fall B 2020 … Continue reading Pursue Life-Long Learning With SF’s Community Education

College Senate Agenda for October 6, 2020

October 5, 2020 – The Santa Fe College Executive Council will meet Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2020, at 3:30 p.m. on a Zoom call to practice social distancing. The agenda follows: CALL TO ORDER APPROVAL OF MINUTES – September 22, 2020 COMMUNICATION FROM COLLEGE PRESIDENT COMMUNICATION FROM SENATE PRESIDENT COVID-19 Tracking Spring Break ANNOUNCEMENTS Part-Time At-Large Representative … Continue reading College Senate Agenda for October 6, 2020

Grounds for Celebrating! Coffee 101 Reopens.

September 21, 2020 – Students, faculty and staff on the Northwest Campus can now get the extra fuel they need for the fall term. Coffee 101, located on the ground floor of the Lawrence W. Tyree Library, has reopened. Coffee, snacks and other goodies are available. What else is at the library? Wi-Fi! Students are … Continue reading Grounds for Celebrating! Coffee 101 Reopens.

SF Community Ed Offers Zoom Course on COVID-19 Pandemic

August 28, 2020 – Santa Fe College’s Community Education will hold a special two-hour course on the COVID-19 global pandemic Friday, Sept. 11, from 4 – 6 p.m. This online Zoom class will cover topics ranging from proper hand washing, use of face masks and will include live demonstrations and activities to help make sense … Continue reading SF Community Ed Offers Zoom Course on COVID-19 Pandemic

Priority Date for SF Foundation Scholarships is June 15

May 5, 2020 – The Santa Fe College Foundation is currently accepting applications for scholarships for the 2020-2021 academic year for all incoming students, new students, CTE students, and freshmen students. All students applying for a scholarship from the SF Foundation must first be granted admission through the SF Admissions Office. Although scholarship applications are … Continue reading Priority Date for SF Foundation Scholarships is June 15

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

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

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.

A rendering of what the naming will look like on the SF Fine Arts Hall - it will now be known as the Jackson N. Sasser Fine Arts Hall.

District Board of Trustees Names the Santa Fe College Fine Arts Hall after Jackson Sasser

January 22, 2020 – The Santa Fe College District Board of Trustees announced at their meeting on Tuesday that they will rename both the College’s Fine Arts Hall and Center Road in honor of retiring President, Dr. Jackson N. Sasser. The Fine Arts Hall will now be known as the Jackson N. Sasser Fine Arts … Continue reading District Board of Trustees Names the Santa Fe College Fine Arts Hall after Jackson Sasser

FERPA and Cybersecurity Training Reminder

October 10, 2019 – On April 4, 2019, Santa Fe College rolled out two new online employee training courses: FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) and Cybersecurity. These training courses are designed to give SF faculty and staff the information they need to protect student information, and provide a fundamental understanding of computer security and … Continue reading FERPA and Cybersecurity Training Reminder

SFPD Investigating Potential Theft From Zoo

August 26, 2019 – The Santa Fe College Police Department is investigating the possible theft of a Solomon Island/Prehensile-tailed skink from the Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo. On Sunday, Aug. 25, staff at the zoo reported the skink was missing from its exhibit. After a preliminary check of the surrounding area, SF Teaching Zoo staff … Continue reading SFPD Investigating Potential Theft From Zoo