It's 2015 at Santa Fe College Community Education!

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Join us in pursuing a journey of lifelong learning. Whether you are learning something new or looking to update your current skills, Community Education has the class for you! To learn more about our classes, call (352) 395-5193.

Call (352) 395-5193 to register, or click TAKE A CLASS to browse for your class. To find a course, search or filter by category, days, or times. When you are ready to register, click COURSE DETAIL and then click REGISTER. Remember, Santa Fe College full-time employees get a $5 discount for each class taken.

Robotics Home School Class is Back!


Robotics Home School Class is back!
College for Kids Robotics Program Homeschool Edition.
Learn what it is like to work and play like a Scientist, Technologist, Engineer or Mathematician in this fast-paced STEM based Lego Mindstorms EV3 Robotics course.

Fall A Lego Robotics: Science Edition. This project based class will focus on Science. We will learn how to utilize the sensors and data logging on the EV3 robot for a hands on exploration of the Scientific Method. This class will culminate in an end-of-class project that will be unique to this course and will exhibit and apply learned skills. $89
6 Mon., 9/21-10/26 | 2015
9am-11am for ages 8-10
1pm-3pm for ages 11-14

For more information on the Robotics Program (Homeschool Edition), please see our 2015 Fall A brochure.

College for Kids 2015

College for Kids is a fun and learning-filled summer experience for children who are 10-14 years of age and rising 5th-9th grade students. This year was a huge success! Over 600 students participated in the various SF College For Kids programs in 2015! We had lots of fun learning and discovering exciting things. See you next year for Spring Break Space Challenge and College For Kids Summer Camp 2016.


Project SAINT

Project SAINT—Student Access and Inclusion Together, is a 1-2 year mentored, inclusive college experience at SF College's NW campus, for young intellectually disabled adults in transition. Students create a personalized plan of 15-20 hours weekly of academics, vocational preparation and internships, and social and recreational opportunities all of which addresses students' goals for lifelong independence. This is a small, highly selective program, available by application only. To learn more or to request an application, contact Linda Mussillo, Project SAINT Administrator at (352) 381-3818 or . The fees for Project SAINT are $750.00 each 1/2 term, or $1500 each term, fall and spring only.