Santa Fe College enjoys a rich history of nearly 50 years of academic and community leadership, and we're building on that tradition. Find out more about our history, the people who make us successful, and how to help shape our future.
Board of Trustees' members are appointed by Florida's governor based upon their distinguished records of community involvement. The District Board of Trustees was empowered shortly after the founding of the college in 1965.
Santa Fe College was established by the state government in 1965 to offer wide access to higher education and serve the educational, social, cultural and economic interests. Find the complete history here.
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The Human Resources Department assists employees in accessing information regarding employment, recruitment, retention, discipline, development and benefits.
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Along with their main Northwest Campus, Santa Fe College offers 6 great centers throughout Alachua and Bradford counties: Andrews Center, Blount Center, Davis Center, Kirkpatrick Center, Perry Center, and Watson Center.