Davis Center


Santa Fe College's Ron and Norita Davis Center in Archer, Florida, provides a quality education for those in Archer and the southwestern part of Alachua County. The Davis Center opened in Fall 2003 and students can earn an A.A. degree through classes at the Davis Center's campus. Offering many associate degree course options, day and night GED® classes, and community education classes, the Davis Center is a local one-stop shop for college education and career training. 

The Davis Center has academic classrooms, a computer lab, offices, and a community meeting room. SF students enrolled in online classes can also utilize exam proctoring at our center. We also provide full-time academic advisement to assist you along your academic path from your first class to graduation and transfer. Students can visit and receive assistance with the financial aid process, admissions and registration, and a whole host of student support services.

The Davis Center also provides a High School Dual Enrollment program for area high school students to earn college credit, allowing them to jump-start their college education. Learn more about our Dual Enrollment program.

Community Education

Choose from a wide variety of recreation and leisure non-credit classes to learn new skills.

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Guitars, Rocketry, Robotics Advanced Technological Education (GRRATE) is a project funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation.

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Dual Enrollment

High school students can earn college credits that apply to both high school and college graduation requirements through SF's dual enrollment program. 

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Student Services

Our Academic and Student Services staff offer one-stop service for almost all processes and procedures necessary to take a student from application to graduation.

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