“An online, or virtual hybrid course, should not be a correspondence course. Those were from years ago where you sign up, get a packet of material, do the work, and if you had a question you could contact that instructor.
July 27, 2020 – Sisters Isabel and Carlota Bonnet both came to the United States after high school, keeping alive the family tradition of going to college in Florida. They both found and fell in love with Santa Fe College.
“My dream has always been to become an electrician. Every friend I have had said Santa Fe College is the way to go,” said incoming SF student Tylar Barbato. In SF’s apprenticeship programs, students work with contractors in the industry
June 24, 2020 – “Being an artist is one of the hardest careers on the planet, but the most rewarding,” said SF student Mariah Preeden. “I can’t think of another career that lets one express themself, and/or their feelings like
March 10, 2020 – “In high school, I was shy and nervous, and I was kind of nervous when I started at Project SAINT (at Santa Fe College). But I got comfortable and made friends. I take classes with them.
“No one in my family has graduated college, or even attended college, but me. It was just like, why can’t I do it? I like how tight knit Santa Fe College is. It just reminds me of home. I’m from
Hello, my name is Chantel. I am a recent alumna from Santa Fe College. I came here from Miami four and a half years ago. I had just left the fashion industry and I wasn’t really sure what I wanted
I started putting stuff like this together for homeless students; toothpaste, toothbrushes, socks, washcloths, toilet paper, deodorant, cologne, bath stuff, combs, wipes, powders, food. It’s love in a box. The only thing I don’t have is the shower. Sometimes African
July 29, 2019 – “I’m from Mobile, Alabama, and came here specifically for the Zoo Animal Technology program. I graduated in 2014 from a small college with an art degree and after a while in the field figured out it
I love computer and video games. I just love a lot of technology. At first, I didn’t know what I wanted to do. I already have a little experience with graphic design so I signed up for the Digital Media
I was born and raised in Ocala and before going into the service. I didn’t take academics seriously at all. I was a knucklehead, didn’t get the best of grades and was getting into trouble. Then, obviously, the military changed
I heard some friends in Venezuela talking about SF and I was really interested. As a U.S. citizen, diversity is very important to me. It’s what I love and what I’m passionate to talk about. We’re all humans. I know