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Penny Wars has returned to Santa Fe College for another year. Penny Wars is a fundraiser for the United Way of North Cen...
11/10/2021

Penny Wars has returned to Santa Fe College for another year. Penny Wars is a fundraiser for the United Way of North Central Florida with all proceeds raised being donated as part of SF’s United Way Campaign.

Penny Wars pits SF students against staff members to see which team can raise the most money for the United Way of North Central Florida. The object is simple – each team gets points based on the money that gets put in their respective jars located across the Northwest Campus. Change adds to a team’s score, while paper money takes it away.

In addition to raising funds, and in order to make things just a little more interesting, there is also the annual “pie-in-the-face” at the end of Penny Wars. If the staff wins the competition, Student Body President Trevor Mathisen will receive a pie in the face courtesy of President Paul Broadie II. Should the students defeat the staff, President Broadie will get the pie in the face from Student Body President Mathisen.

The rules of Penny Wars are simple.

Positive Points:

Penny = 1 Point
Nickel = 5 Points
Dime = 10 Points
Quarter = 25 Points
Negative Points:

$1 dollar = -100 Points
$5 dollars = -500 Points
$10 dollars = -1000 Points
$20 dollars = -2000 Points
Donation jars are located in Coffee 101 in the Library, the lobby of Building S, the SF Bookstore, and the lobby of the Administration Building.

If you want to see Student Body President Mathisen get a pie in the face, put your change in President Broadie’s jar and put your dollar bills in President Mathisen’s. If you would rather see President Broadie get the pie in the face, put your change in for Mathisen and bills in for Broadie.

Updates on the totals will be provided in the [email protected] and final results will be revealed at the end of the United Way fundraising campaign. Details on when and where the pie in the face will occur will be made available once everything has been finalized.

Penny Wars has returned to Santa Fe College for another year. Penny Wars is a fundraiser for the United Way of North Central Florida with all proceeds raised being donated as part of SF’s United Way Campaign.

Penny Wars pits SF students against staff members to see which team can raise the most money for the United Way of North Central Florida. The object is simple – each team gets points based on the money that gets put in their respective jars located across the Northwest Campus. Change adds to a team’s score, while paper money takes it away.

In addition to raising funds, and in order to make things just a little more interesting, there is also the annual “pie-in-the-face” at the end of Penny Wars. If the staff wins the competition, Student Body President Trevor Mathisen will receive a pie in the face courtesy of President Paul Broadie II. Should the students defeat the staff, President Broadie will get the pie in the face from Student Body President Mathisen.

The rules of Penny Wars are simple.

Positive Points:

Penny = 1 Point
Nickel = 5 Points
Dime = 10 Points
Quarter = 25 Points
Negative Points:

$1 dollar = -100 Points
$5 dollars = -500 Points
$10 dollars = -1000 Points
$20 dollars = -2000 Points
Donation jars are located in Coffee 101 in the Library, the lobby of Building S, the SF Bookstore, and the lobby of the Administration Building.

If you want to see Student Body President Mathisen get a pie in the face, put your change in President Broadie’s jar and put your dollar bills in President Mathisen’s. If you would rather see President Broadie get the pie in the face, put your change in for Mathisen and bills in for Broadie.

Updates on the totals will be provided in the [email protected] and final results will be revealed at the end of the United Way fundraising campaign. Details on when and where the pie in the face will occur will be made available once everything has been finalized.

08/25/2021

Welcome back, Saints!

Santa Fe College will host another COVID-19 vaccination event Thursday, Aug. 26, from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Gymnas...
08/25/2021

Santa Fe College will host another COVID-19 vaccination event Thursday, Aug. 26, from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Gymnasium – Building V, Rooms 15 and 17 on SF’s Northwest Campus. The vaccination clinic will be run by the Alachua County Health Department. Anyone seeking their first or second vaccination is welcome and the Health Department will also administer booster shots to anyone who is immunocompromised or anyone over the age of 65. Walk-ups are welcome and consent forms can be signed in advance by accessing the Department of Health consent form through their website.

Santa Fe College will host another COVID-19 vaccination event Thursday, Aug. 26, from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Gymnasium – Building V, Rooms 15 and 17 on SF’s Northwest Campus. The vaccination clinic will be run by the Alachua County Health Department. Anyone seeking their first or second vaccination is welcome and the Health Department will also administer booster shots to anyone who is immunocompromised or anyone over the age of 65. Walk-ups are welcome and consent forms can be signed in advance by accessing the Department of Health consent form through their website.

Engineering club is looking for members! If you are looking for an opportunity to explore the field of engineering, cont...
07/29/2021

Engineering club is looking for members! If you are looking for an opportunity to explore the field of engineering, contact Jimmy Yawn or Santiago Guanipa. #engineering #opportunity #santafecollege

Santa Fe College will open Thursday, July 8, for all normal operations.
07/07/2021

Santa Fe College will open Thursday, July 8, for all normal operations.

Santa Fe College will open Thursday, July 8, for all normal operations.

The Emergency Management Team and Executive Leadership team has been closely monitoring the approach of Tropical Storm E...
07/06/2021

The Emergency Management Team and Executive Leadership team has been closely monitoring the approach of Tropical Storm Elsa. Because the safety of our students, faculty and staff is paramount, Santa Fe College will be closed beginning at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 6 (today). Any classes that begin after 6 p.m. this evening are canceled. The college will remain closed Wednesday, July 7, for the entire day.

Unless expressly authorized, students, faculty and staff may not come to the Northwest Campus or any of the SF centers until the college reopens. We are continuing to monitor the track of the storm, but at this point, all indications are that the tropical storm force winds and bands of rain will make travel potentially unsafe and remote connections may be impacted.

Given the latest information we have from the National Hurricane Center, we fully anticipate being able to reopen Thursday, July 8, for regular work and class schedules unless there are conditions that prohibit a safe return. We will continue to monitor the storm and make decisions in the best interest of our college community.

Personally, I would strongly encourage all our students, faculty, and staff to take whatever measures they feel are necessary to remain safe. Please monitor the SF Weather Alerts page for additional information. You can also get updates on the storm through the National Hurricane Center, and storm prep is available at ready.gov.

Please stay safe Saints

Take Care,

Paul

The Emergency Management Team and Executive Leadership team has been closely monitoring the approach of Tropical Storm Elsa. Because the safety of our students, faculty and staff is paramount, Santa Fe College will be closed beginning at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 6 (today). Any classes that begin after 6 p.m. this evening are canceled. The college will remain closed Wednesday, July 7, for the entire day.

Unless expressly authorized, students, faculty and staff may not come to the Northwest Campus or any of the SF centers until the college reopens. We are continuing to monitor the track of the storm, but at this point, all indications are that the tropical storm force winds and bands of rain will make travel potentially unsafe and remote connections may be impacted.

Given the latest information we have from the National Hurricane Center, we fully anticipate being able to reopen Thursday, July 8, for regular work and class schedules unless there are conditions that prohibit a safe return. We will continue to monitor the storm and make decisions in the best interest of our college community.

Personally, I would strongly encourage all our students, faculty, and staff to take whatever measures they feel are necessary to remain safe. Please monitor the SF Weather Alerts page for additional information. You can also get updates on the storm through the National Hurricane Center, and storm prep is available at ready.gov.

Please stay safe Saints

Take Care,

Paul

Santa Fe College will be hosting a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Tuesday, June 29th from 9 AM to 3 PM. The vaccination ...
06/27/2021

Santa Fe College will be hosting a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Tuesday, June 29th from 9 AM to 3 PM. The vaccination event will be held in the S-Building and will be the Pfizer vaccine. Walk-ins are welcome! Please bring an ID and fill out the consent form beforehand if you can to save time.

Santa Fe College will be hosting a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Tuesday, June 29th from 9 AM to 3 PM. The vaccination event will be held in the S-Building and will be the Pfizer vaccine. Walk-ins are welcome! Please bring an ID and fill out the consent form beforehand if you can to save time.

Santa Fe College will host a vaccination clinic Tuesday, June 29, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. The clinic will be held in th...
06/21/2021

Santa Fe College will host a vaccination clinic Tuesday, June 29, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. The clinic will be held in the Building S lobby/recreation room. Walk-ins are welcome, all college safety protocols will be in effect for the event. Anyone who receives a vaccine will be invited to come back in three or four weeks to receive their second dose.

Santa Fe College will host a vaccination clinic Tuesday, June 29, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. The clinic will be held in the Building S lobby/recreation room. Walk-ins are welcome, all college safety protocols will be in effect for the event. Anyone who receives a vaccine will be invited to come back in three or four weeks to receive their second dose.

Student Body President Trevor MathisenStudent Body Vice President Tony RodriguezStudent Government. 2021-2022"Together o...
04/27/2021

Student Body President Trevor Mathisen
Student Body Vice President Tony Rodriguez

Student Government.
2021-2022

"Together our comebacks will always be stronger than our setbacks"

We have a vision and a mission. Inclusivity, diversity, and unity will be our priority.

Join us this afternoon at 4pm!
04/14/2021

Join us this afternoon at 4pm!

Join us this afternoon at 4pm!

The SG Chief Justice application deadline has been extended!Anyone interested in Law or Political Science are strongly e...
02/03/2021

The SG Chief Justice application deadline has been extended!

Anyone interested in Law or Political Science are strongly encouraged to apply!

However, any Santa Fe College Student can be a good fit and may apply!

*Applications available from now until February 22nd*

The SG Chief Justice application deadline has been extended!

Anyone interested in Law or Political Science are strongly encouraged to apply!

However, any Santa Fe College Student can be a good fit and may apply!

*Applications available from now until February 22nd*

01/27/2021

All club officers,

Join us at 4pm!

01/27/2021

All Club Officers,

Join us at 4PM!

Join us next Thursday for a chance to win a 🔵 $20 GIFT CARD 🔵 SG Face Mask
01/27/2021

Join us next Thursday for a chance to win a

🔵 $20 GIFT CARD

🔵 SG Face Mask

Join us next Thursday for a chance to win a

🔵 $20 GIFT CARD

🔵 SG Face Mask

The time is now!Get involved with the Santa Fe College community by running for office in Student Government!Run for Pre...
01/20/2021

The time is now!

Get involved with the Santa Fe College community by running for office in Student Government!

Run for President, Vice President, Treasurer, or Senator!

All of these positions have such an important and influential role in our college community!

The time is now!

Get involved with the Santa Fe College community by running for office in Student Government!

Run for President, Vice President, Treasurer, or Senator!

All of these positions have such an important and influential role in our college community!

Have a happy holiday!
12/25/2020

Have a happy holiday!

Be sure to join us at 4!
12/02/2020

Be sure to join us at 4!

Want to be a voice for the student body? We are now taking applications to be our student body VP for the remaining scho...
11/09/2020

Want to be a voice for the student body?

We are now taking applications to be our student body VP for the remaining school year!

If you are interested or want to know more, feel free to send an email to us (email addresses above)

Virtual Costume Contest was a success! Thank you to everyone who attended!
11/02/2020

Virtual Costume Contest was a success! Thank you to everyone who attended!

Join us!4pm during Senate, Wednesday the 28thsfcollege.zoom.us/j/98149667946
10/27/2020

Join us!

4pm during Senate, Wednesday the 28th

sfcollege.zoom.us/j/98149667946

Join us at 4!Our college president Dr. Paul Broadie will be attending
10/21/2020

Join us at 4!

Our college president Dr. Paul Broadie will be attending

10/16/2020

Get ready to put your knowledge to the test!

Thursday at 7PM

The Zoom link will be posted in the bio

10/05/2020
SG LT

Check out the latest video from your SG Leadership Team

10/05/2020

Calling all club officers and senators!
Be sure to attend S.O.O.T this Wednesday at 4pm!

Link in bio

09/15/2020

Virtual Club Rush is back!

Today at 4pm

Link in bio

09/04/2020

Join us for SG Live ay noon!

SG Live is open to all students, every Friday!

Join Senate today at 4pm!Important information will be discussed this afternoon. Zoom link in bio
09/02/2020

Join Senate today at 4pm!

Important information will be discussed this afternoon.

Zoom link in bio

New podcast!Link in bio
08/29/2020

New podcast!

Link in bio

08/26/2020

We're back!
Join us at 4PM on Zoom!

Find the link in bio

Take the next step! Get involved and join Student Government today 🏛️For more information, send an email to any of the b...
08/20/2020

Take the next step! Get involved and join Student Government today 🏛️

For more information, send an email to any of the branches above or DM us! @ Santa Fe College

BE SURE TO JOIN THE LAST SENATE UNTIL FALL
08/05/2020

BE SURE TO JOIN THE LAST SENATE UNTIL FALL

07/23/2020

WE'RE BACK!

Join us this Friday, July 24th, at noon!

We will be discussing what the future of Santa Fe events looks like, and what to expect in Fall.

Find the Zoom link in the bio

Be sure to join Senate at 4!Also, if you are interested in joining Student Government, DM us or join our Senate session ...
07/22/2020

Be sure to join Senate at 4!

Also, if you are interested in joining Student Government, DM us or join our Senate session using the link in the bio!

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Penny Wars has returned to Santa Fe College for another year. Penny Wars is a fundraiser for the United Way of North Central Florida with all proceeds raised being donated as part of SF’s United Way Campaign. Penny Wars pits SF students against staff members to see which team can raise the most money for the United Way of North Central Florida. The object is simple – each team gets points based on the money that gets put in their respective jars located across the Northwest Campus. Change adds to a team’s score, while paper money takes it away. In addition to raising funds, and in order to make things just a little more interesting, there is also the annual “pie-in-the-face” at the end of Penny Wars. If the staff wins the competition, Student Body President Trevor Mathisen will receive a pie in the face courtesy of President Paul Broadie II. Should the students defeat the staff, President Broadie will get the pie in the face from Student Body President Mathisen. The rules of Penny Wars are simple. Positive Points: Penny = 1 Point Nickel = 5 Points Dime = 10 Points Quarter = 25 Points Negative Points: $1 dollar = -100 Points $5 dollars = -500 Points $10 dollars = -1000 Points $20 dollars = -2000 Points Donation jars are located in Coffee 101 in the Library, the lobby of Building S, the SF Bookstore, and the lobby of the Administration Building. If you want to see Student Body President Mathisen get a pie in the face, put your change in President Broadie’s jar and put your dollar bills in President Mathisen’s. If you would rather see President Broadie get the pie in the face, put your change in for Mathisen and bills in for Broadie. Updates on the totals will be provided in the [email protected] and final results will be revealed at the end of the United Way fundraising campaign. Details on when and where the pie in the face will occur will be made available once everything has been finalized.