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Academic Calendar Academic Foundations/College Prep Admissions Advisement Apply Online askSantaFe Campus Locations Campus Tours CLAST Course Identifier Codes Degree Audit Fees Final Exams Grading Policy Honors Program Lab Fees Learning Community My Brother’s Keeper Orientation Registration Procedures Steps for Getting Started Student Rights and Responsibilities Students With Disabilities Study Abroad Third Attempt Limit Withdrawal From Classes


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A Message from the Vice President of Student Affairs



t is an exciting time to be a part of Santa Fe College! Please use this enrollment guide to help you get started at Santa Fe and to assist you during your enrollment for the 2009-10 academic year. I am confident you will find the guide to be user friendly and a helpful tool for important dates and information. At Santa Fe College, your educational experience includes many student services that help you enter college, succeed while you are here, and fulfill your plans for life after graduation. My hope is you will find Santa Fe to be a college that gives advice, support, encouragement and direction that suit you as an individual.

We recognize that you are a unique person, and we will provide any assistance we can to give you a one of a kind college experience. Santa Fe offers activities, events and programs for an enjoyable stay in college. We want you to take part in campus life so you will remember this time as one of growth and friendship. There are many opportunities for recreation and active involvement in the events that determine the future of the college. I also add my personal greeting. You are welcome here, and we are pleased that you are exploring the many opportunities that Santa Fe College has to offer. We will endeavor to make you feel at home every day you are here. Portia L. Taylor Vice President Office of Student Affairs

Academic Calendar ........................................................................ 3 Academic Foundations/College Prep .......................................... 15 Admissions ..................................................................................... 5 Advisement..................................................................................... 6 Apply Online ................................................................................... 7 askSantaFe ...................................................................................... 6 Right Classroom/Right Campus ..................................................... 2 Campus Maps ..........................................................................13-15 Campus Tours ................................................................................. 2 Career Fast Track ............................................................................ 8 CLAST ........................................................................................... 11 Course Identifier Codes.................................................................. 7 Degree Audit................................................................................... 6 Degree Programs ........................................................................... 7 EA/EO Statement.......................................................................... 11 Fees ............................................................................................... 10 Final Exams..................................................................................... 9 Grading Policy ................................................................................ 9 Helpful Information......................................................................... 4 Honors Program ........................................................................... 15 Lab Fees ........................................................................................ 10 Learning Community ..................................................................... 7 My Brother’s Keeper ...................................................................... 4 NW Campus Building Directory ................................................... 13 Orientation ...................................................................................... 6 Program Codes A.A. ...................................................................... 7 Registration Flags ........................................................................... 2 Registration Procedures ................................................................. 6 SACS Accreditation ........................................................................ 2 Steps for Getting Started ............................................................... 5 Student Rights and Responsibilities ............................................ 12 Students With Disabilities ............................................................ 11 Study Abroad ............................................................................... 15 Third Attempt Limit ...................................................................... 11 Withdrawal From Classes ............................................................ 11

Santa Fe College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Associate and Baccalaureate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Santa Fe College.

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Check classroom location codes (BLDG/RM or Room) for the location of your class. CoDE AD DA DB DC IA loCAtIoN Archer Downtown Downtown Downtown NE Gainesville CAMPuS Davis Center Blount Center Blount Center Blount Center Kirkpatrick Criminal Justice Center Andrews Center Andrews Cultural Building Stump Educational Building Watson Center Open Campus

REgIStRAtIoN FlAgS D = Permission required to drop E = Computer placement exam required L = Must register for attached lab section N = No time conflict check made P = Department permission required U = Sunday M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday H = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday TBA = To Be Arranged CouRSE IDENtIFIER (ID) CoDES C = College Preparatory Course, Not Transferable D = Educator Prep Institute, Not Transferable H = High School Course, Restricted Enrollment O = Occupational: Credit, Transfer Not Guaranteed P = Parallel: Credit, College Transfer S = Supplemental, Restricted Enrollment V = Postsecondary Adult Vocational, Contact Hour CollEgE PREP REStRICtIoN FlAgS Students with a College Prep flag may not register for a course for which the College Prep course is a co-requisite or pre-requisite. College Prep restricted courses are designated with the following flags: G = Reading M = Mathematics W = Writing

SA Starke SR Starke ST Starke KA Keystone Heights *COMP Internet class *OFFS Off site Buildings A, B, C, E, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, P Q, R, S, V, W, X, Y, Z ,

Gainesville, NW Campus

Right Classroom/Right Campus • Registration Flags • Important College Dates


Important College Dates
FALL 2009
Fall & A classes begin A session classes end A session final exams A session grades due B session classes begin Last day to w/draw and receive a W for fall Last day to w/draw and receive a W for fall B No evening classes (5 pm) Fall & fall B classes end Final exams Fees due for Spring & spring A by 4 p.m. Graduation Monday Wednesday Friday-Monday Tuesday Monday Tuesday Thursday Wednesday Friday Monday-Thursday Thursday Friday August 24 October 7 October 9 & 12 October 13 October 19 November 3 November 19 November 25 December 4 December 7-10 December 10 December 11


Spring & A classes begin Last day to drop and receive a refund for spring A Last day to drop and receive a refund for spring Last day to w/draw and receive a W for spring A A session classes end A session final exams A session grades due B session classes begin Last day to w/draw and receive a W for spring B Last day to w/draw and receive a W for spring Spring & spring B classes end Final exams Graduation

Tuesday Thursday Monday Monday Friday Monday-Tuesday Thursday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Friday Monday-Thursday Friday

January 5 January 7 January 11 February 8 February 19 February 22-23 February 25 March 2 March 4 March 25 April 23 April 26-29 April 30


Fees due for summer A by 4 p.m. Summer & A & D classes begin Last day to drop and receive a refund for summer A Last day to drop and receive a refund for summer and D Last day to w/draw and receive a W for summer A Graduation application deadline for summer A A session classes end Fees due for summer B by 4 p.m. A session final exams A session grades due B session classes begin Last day to drop and recieve a W for summer D Last day to drop and recieve a refund for summer B Last day to w/draw and recieve a W for summer Fees due for fall & A by 4 p.m. Summer & B classes end Summer & B final exams Summer & B grades due

Thursday Monday Wednesday Friday Tuesday Friday Monday Tuesday Tuesday-Wednesday Friday Wednesday Wednesday Friday Wednesday Thursday Wednesday Thursday-Friday Monday

April 29 May 10 May 12 May 14 June 8 June 11 June 21 June 22 June 22-23 June 25 June 30 June 30 July 2 July 14 July 15 August 11 August 12-13 August 16


Labor Day Holiday UF Homecoming Veterans Day Holiday Thanksgiving Holidays Holidays M. L. King, Jr. Birthday Holiday Spring Holiday Memorial Day Holiday Independence Day

September 7, 2009 October 16, 2009 November 11, 2009 November 26-28, 2009 December 21, 2009 - January 1, 2010 January 18, 2010 March 8-13, 2010 May 31, 2010 July 5, 2010


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helpful Information

Answers to many of your questions can be found at www.sfcollege.edu/askSantaFe
Do you have questions about admissions, degree requirements, financial aid, scholarships, school holidays or how to start a club? Get your answers at askSantaFe, where you can send an e-mail or chat live with a Welcome and Admissions Center representative. Or visit the Welcome and Admissions Center on the Northwest Campus in Building R, room112, where you can speak with an advisor, take a campus tour, or complete the admissions process.

helpful Numbers
Northwest Campus
A.A. Academic Advisement Academic Affairs Admissions Adult Education Big Open Lab Books and Supplies Career Advisement Career and Job Placement Career Resource Center College Prep Advisement Counseling Center Disabilities Resource Center Diversity, Office of Emergency Fee Questions Food Court Financial Aid Health Care Center Health Sciences Counseling International Student Services Library Little School Lost and Found Northwest Campus Operator Ombudsman Placement Testing Parking Records Report Matters on Campus Student Insurance Student Leadership and Activities, Clubs, Student Government Veterans Affairs Welcome Center

Building or office/Room
R-201 Robertson Administration Building-249 R-112 G-028 N-216 Bookstore, S-01 Career Resource Center, S-254 Placement Services, S-254 S-241 Academic Foundations, G-018 S-254 S-236 S-112 Police Department, T-002 Cashier’s Office, Robertson Administration Building-52 R-001 R-122 S-120 W-002B R-102 Y-100 Z-153 Police Department, T-002 Robertson Administration Building Lobby Vice President’s Office, R-112 Academic Foundations, G-25 Police Department, T-002 R-100 Facilities Services, U-019 S-147 S-147 Records, R-110 R-112

Phone Number
(352) 395-5503 (352) 395-5843 (352) 395-7322 (352) 395-5760 (352) 395-5584 (352) 395-5240 (352) 395-5824 (352) 395-5582 (352) 395-4121 (352) 395-5050 (352) 395-5508 (352) 395-4400 (352) 395-5486 (352) 395-5555 (352) 395-5227 (352) 395-5480 (352) 381-3777 (352) 395-5733 (352) 395-5504 (352) 395-5406 (352) 395-5597 (352) 395-5519 (352) 395-5000 (352) 395-5513 (352) 395-5791 (352) 395-5519 (352) 395-5443 (352) 395-5521 (352) 395-5912 (352) 395-5912 (352) 395-5505 (352) 395-7322

Emergency phones are located in all parking lots.

Facing Challenges and Changing lives
MBK is a program that helps black males enter college, succeed in their studies, and graduate. MBK provides or arranges for a variety of academic and student services and personal enrichment activities for intellectual and individual growth.

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Some MBK services
• Early registration and academic advising • One-on-one mentoring • Success portfolio development • Help finding campus resources, including tutoring • Visits to four-year colleges and universities • Cultural enrichment • Early academic alerts • Career planning • Financial aid counseling • Textbook/equipment lending library • Civic engagement

For more information about MBK, please visit us in R-210 or call Angie Carter or Mike hutley at (352) 381-3801.

Helpful Information • My Brother’s Keeper • Admissions • EA/EO Statement



What Next? Steps for getting Started
Step 1. Apply for Admission/Submit Paperwork ___ Online application at www.sfcollege.edu After applying, check eSantaFe under the My Status/Info link for a personalized checklist of paperwork requirements. ___ Residency form ___ Official high school transcript with graduation date, or GED ___ Placement test (CPT), college level SAT or ACT scores, (ACT/ SAT/CPT less than 2 years old) or proof of college level math and English passed with a grade of C or better ___ College Level Math (CLM) portion of CPT if submitting college level math SAT or ACT scores (for fall 2009 first-time-in-college (freshmen), A.A. degree-seeking students only) ___ Official score report(s) from testing service(s) for AP IB, CLEP , and/or DANTES, if applicable ___ Official college transcripts from all postsecondary schools attended ___ Previous degree students—proof of previous degree ___ Transient students—transient form from www.facts.org Step 2. Apply for Financial Aid To obtain financial aid students must complete and file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. Apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Step 3. Placement Testing Take the CPT (given on a walk-in basis in G-25) or provide proof of exemption. Visit the Assessment Center Web site at www.sfcollege.edu for more information. Note: ALL first-time-in-college (freshman) A.A. degree-seeking students beginning in fall 2009 who are exempted from taking the CPT based on their ACT or SAT scores will be required to take the College Level Math (CLM) portion of the CPT to determine proper mathematics placement. Step 4. Orientation Appointments for orientation are scheduled through students’ eSantaFe accounts after all paperwork for admission has been submitted and processed. Students who attend on-campus orientation will meet with an advisor and register for classes during orientation. New students are strongly encouraged to come on campus for orientation but may complete this program online if necessary. Students may meet with an advisor only after they have successfully completed their online orientation. Step 5. See Advisor/Register/Pay for Classes Register for classes online through eSantaFe. Payments or fee waivers must be processed by the fee deadline or classes will be dropped. See Important College Dates on page 3 for dates when fees are due. Step 6. Get Student ID Card Students may pick up their ID cards in S-147 by presenting a picture ID and their fee paid slip.

tranfer Students
Transfer students (those students who have attended any postsecondary institution) must furnish a complete official transcript or record from each institution attended. Credits for any course taken at another regionally accredited institution will be transferred, provided a grade of D or better was obtained. Grades of D or lower will not be accepted to satisfy requirements for any college preparatory or Gordon Rule course. Santa Fe College accepts transfer course work from regionally accredited institutions. In addition, the college is in compliance with and participates in the Florida Department of Education Statewide Course Numbering System for courses at non-regionally accredited institutions under the state of Florida K-16 Articulation Agreement.

Assessment and Placement

Rule 6A-10.315, College Preparatory Testing, Placement and Instruction, states that first-time-in-college applicants for admission into degree programs shall be tested for reading, writing and mathematics proficiency prior to the completion of initial registration, using the Florida College Entry Level Placement Test (CPT). Students who present scores on the SAT or E-ACT that meet or exceed college level placement scores may be exempted from taking the Florida College Entry Level Placement Test, provided the scores are less than two years old. All first-time-in-college (freshman) A.A. degree-seeking students beginning in fall 2009 who are exempted from taking the CPT based on their ACT or SAT scores will be required to take the College Level Math (CLM) portion of the CPT to determine proper mathematics placement. Students who score below the designated state cut-scores are required to develop college level skills and are encouraged to do so before they enroll in college level courses. Both public and private providers are available. Students can also take college remediation courses while they attend Santa Fe. Students whose native language is not English may have additional testing requirements. The Santa Fe Assessment Center will administer the CPT on a walk-in basis, Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-6 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m.-2 p.m. in Building G, room 25. A picture ID is required (driver’s license, military ID, passport). Exempted from this testing requirement are the following: A. All students who have earned an Associate of Arts degree or higher from an accredited institution in the United States B. All students intending to enroll in vocational courses only, special programs and seminars, or any of the unrestricted courses and programs in any term’s registration schedule C. All transfer or readmission students who have satisfactorily completed College Composition (ENC 1101) or equivalent and Intermediate Algebra (MAT1033) or College Algebra (MAC1105) or equivalent with a C or better. The placement testing requirement is intended to provide the college with an indication of the student’s achievement of college level communication and computation competencies. Students whose placement test scores are below college level will enroll in college preparatory courses. These courses will earn credits, but will not be counted toward meeting the required or elective credits necessary for the Associate of Science, Associate of Applied Science or Associate of Arts degree.

transient Students

Students attending other postsecondary institutions who want to take courses at Santa Fe College and transfer the credit back to their institutions may be admitted to Santa Fe as transient students. These students should apply for admission before submitting the transient form or letter. Transcripts are not accepted in lieu of transient forms and paper forms are not accepted for institutions with an online form. Completion of the application and transient form does not guarantee a seat in any particular class.


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(First-time Santa Fe Students)

The application packet must be complete before orientation can be scheduled. Step 1 Check in at self-scheduled date and time Step 2 Orientation/Information Step 3 Academic advisement Step 4 Registration Step 5 Pay fees online through eSantaFe, in person at the cashier’s office (RAB-52), or by mail Step 6 Pick up student ID card in S-147

Students may make an appointment or be seen on a walk-in basis. Advisors are also available at the Blount, Andrews, Watson and Davis Centers. If you plan to transfer to one of Florida’s state universities, the Associate of Arts degree (A.A. degree) is the transferable degree. The A.A. degree contains the general education portion (lower division) of the baccalaureate degree (B.A. degree). To help us advise you properly, please make sure you have indicated which university you want to transfer to and what major you would like to study. It is extremely helpful to have your academic program fully planned no later than the beginning of the second term. All A.A. students must indicate a major or program code by the time they have completed 24 college level hours (effective summer registration 2005). Students who have not indicated a major upon completion of 24 hours will be blocked from registration. Students who are still undecided about their major, students who do not plan to transfer to a university, or students who do not see their major listed must select one of the three general interest categories under program codes 1100 (Social and Behavioral Sciences), 1105 (Science and Engineering), or 1110 (Humanities & Letters). Beginning fall 2009, all new incoming A.A. students who register as full-time students will be required to begin progress in meeting their mathematics requirements for graduation. This means that they must register for a math course their first semester, and continue to do so each subsequent full-time semester until they have satisfied the mathematics requirement for their respective degree. Part-time students will be required to do the same once they have accumulated 11 hours. A.A. students can choose their major online via eSantaFe by selecting Change Major on the menu. Choosing a major does not commit students to that selection; majors can be changed at any time. The A.A. Advisement Center can give specific information about universities and majors. For questions about a major, meet with an advisor in R-201. Undecided students should contact a career counselor in the Counseling Center, S-255, or visit the career counselor in the A.A. Advisement Center, R-210.

online orientation

SFC orientation can be completed online via eSantaFe. This program provides information for prospective and new students, their families and anyone who has a general interest in SFC. New first-time-in-college students are strongly encouraged to come on campus for orientation. Transfer students may opt to complete orientation online in lieu of on-campus orientation.

orientation learning Communities

Pre-selected clusters of classes, known as Orientation Learning Communities, are available to students who attend orientation. Please see an advisor at orientation for permission to register for these classes.

Degree Audit

All currently enrolled and readmit students must access their degree audit for degree requirements, graduation status, grades, GPA and university admission requirements prior to registration. All current and returning students are required to view their degree audit via eSantaFe prior to registration and are encouraged to meet with an advisor for proper course selection. Degree audits are available online via eSantaFe. Log in to eSantaFe, click on View Degree Audit, and select Degree Audit Detail. If students have questions about degree requirements, they are strongly encouraged to meet with an academic advisor prior to registration.

Registration Procedures

Entering students must schedule an orientation session online at eSantaFe or complete the online orientation prior to meeting with an advisor and registering for their first term. Students can access their application status on eSantaFe by clicking the My Info/Status link. Registration appointments for current students will be posted on eSantaFe ten business days prior to the start of registration.

Final Exam Dates
2009 Final exams 2010 Final exams 2010 Final exams Fall Dec. 7-10 Spring April 26-29 Summer Aug. 12-13


Students who have previously attended Santa Fe College may readmit online thourgh eSantaFe. There is no fee to readmit.

Fall A Oct. 9-12 Spring A Feb. 22-23 Summer A June 22-23

Fall B Dec. 7-10 Spring B April 26-29 Summer B Aug. 12-13


Associate of Arts Degree

Note: Please check with your instructor prior to final exam week for any changes to the exam schedule.

Santa Fe College is committed to quality academic advising for all students. SFC’s mission is to help students reach their educational goals from matriculation to graduation. The A.A. Advisement Center acts as an information and referral center with timely and accurate information for students regarding admissions advisement and A.A. degree graduation requirements. Advisors help A.A. students plan their program of study for transfer to a four-year university. All new students (first-time-in-college and transfer) must attend orientation, either on campus or online, prior to meeting with an academic advisor. All current and returning students are required to view their degree audit via eSantaFe or meet with an advisor for proper course selection prior to registration.

Orientation • Degree Audit • Registration • Advisement • Degree Programs • Learning Communities • Codes


Santa Fe College Degree Programs
Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree programs for students who wish to transfer to a 4-year college or university upon graduation. This degree is composed of 36 credit hours of general education and 24 credit hours of electives that are usually comprised of the preprofessional courses required for entrance to a particular major. At least 60 credit hours in courses designated with a P (Parallel) must be successfully completed in order to graduate with an A.A. degree. Associate of Science (A.S.) and Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree programs designed for entry into employment after completion of the 2-year degree. They include 15-18 credit hours of general education courses and approximately 42 credit hours specific to the degree that is being earned. Technical Certificate programs designed to meet the occupational needs of the community by preparing students for employment. These programs of instruction are less than 60 credit hours of college level courses. New! Fall 2009 Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) degree programs in Clinical Laboratory Science and Health Services Administration. These programs provide degree completion opportunities for students from a variety of educational backgrounds, but primarily those with Associate of Science degrees or the equivalent.

It’s fast … It’s easy … It’s convenient … Apply online! www.sfcollege.edu

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A.A. Program Codes

Santa Fe College offers the preprofessional courses required for most college and university majors. The following are the 40 most popular majors at Florida’s state universities, but not all majors are listed. For majors that are not on the list, students may see an A.A. academic advisor in room R-201 or at any center to choose the appropriate course of study.

Florida’s top 40 Majors
1031 1010

Major Intended
Accounting Agriculture (Including: Agricultural Operations Management, Animal Science, Entomology and Nematology, Food Science and Human Nutrition, Horticultural Sciences, Microbiology, etc.) Anthropology Architecture Art-Studio (Including: Art History, Art Studio, Creative Photography, Graphic Design, etc.) Astronomy Biological Sciences Botany Building Construction Business Administration (B.S.) (Including: Computer Information Sciences, Finance, Management, Marketing, etc.)

1032 1022 1131 1066 1136 1041 1055 1081 1054 1042

Major Intended
Business Administration (B.A.) Chemistry Criminal Justice/Criminology Dance Economics Elementary Education Engineering English Environmental Science Exercise and Sport Science (Including: Athletic Training, Fitness/Wellness, etc.) Fashion Merchandising Forestry History Home Economics Interior Design Journalism – (Including: Advertising, Photojournalism, Public Relations, Telecommunications, etc.) Mathematics

1086 1062 1071 1073 1048 1023 1133 1072 1074 1134 1069 1130 1122 1135 1044 1043 1067 1058 1075 1076 1011

Major Intended
Medical Technology Music Nursing Pharmacy Physical Education Physics Political Science Pre-Occupational Therapy Pre-Physical Therapy Psychology Recreation Religion Social Work Sociology Special Education Sports Management Theatre Zoology Pre-Dental Pre-Medical Pre-Veterinary

1059 1051 1061

1068 1021 1063 1052 1030

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Career Fast track

Child Development
Joan Campbell, B-217; (352) 395-5325 Doug Diekow, P-148 ; (352) 381-3655

health Sciences Programs
Scott Fortner, W-02; (352) 395-5650 Sari Sanborn, W-02; (352) 395-5651

Isn’t it about time you doubled your salary? We offer many degree, certificate, and apprenticeship programs that will get you on the fast track to double your earning power.

Certificate Programs
Child Development Associate Credential Early Intervention Certificate

Associate of Science (A.S.) Degree Programs
Cardiovascular Technology Dental Hygiene and Dental Hygiene Bridge Nuclear Medicine Technology Radiography Registered Nursing Registered Nursing Bridge - LPN to RN and Paramedic to RN Respiratory Care


Associate of Science, Associate of Applied Science, and Vocational Certificate Programs and Advisors
Program advisors know what courses you should take to learn the skills needed for a specific job. There are more than 80 career programs to choose from at Santa Fe, so please contact the advisor in the program that you choose.

Associate of Science (A.S.) Degree Program
Early Childhood Education Associate

Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) Degree Program
Early Childhood Education Associate

Construction and technical Programs
Tom Mason, I-50; (352) 395-5361

Certificate Programs
Dental Assisting Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Advanced) Practical Nursing Surgical Technology

Certificate Programs
Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating Service Technology Automotive Service Technology Welding Technology

Business Programs
Doug Robertson, C-102; (352) 395-5139

Nursing Assistive Programs
Joyce MacDonald, W-273; 395-5732 Ellen Hulslander, W-271; 395-5752 Nursing Assistant Home Health Aide (currently offered in the Patient Care Assistant Program) Patient Care Assistant

Applied Technology Diploma
Medical Record Transcribing

Certificate Programs
Accounting Applications Business Management Business Management Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management Business Management - Human Resources Business Management - Marketing Business Management - Real Estate Business Management - Retail Management Business Operations - E-Business Business Operations Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management Business Operations - Human Resources Business Operations - Management Business Specialist Legal Office Management Medical Information Coder/Biller Office Management Office Specialist

Associate of Science (A.S.) Degree Program
Biomedical Engineering Technology (Electronics)

Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) Degree Programs
Automotive Service Management Technology Biomedical Engineering Technology (Electronics) Building Construction Technology (Management) Apprenticeship Programs Carpentry Electrical Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Plumbing

Information technology Education
Denise Remer, N-213; (352) 395-5839

Associate of Science (A.S.) Degree Programs
Internet Services Technology Graphic Design Technology Network Service Technology

Vocational Certificate Programs
Cisco Networking Academy Information Technology Technician Information Technology Management Information Technology Support Information Technology Analysis Interactive Media Production

Criminal Justice, EMS, Fire Science and Professional Pilot technology-Aviation Science Programs
Louis Kalivoda, Kirkpatrick Criminal Justice Training Center; (352) 334-0388

Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) Degree Programs
Business Administration Legal Assisting Office Administration Office Administration - Medical Office Specialization

Zoo Animal technology
Linda Asbell, Zoo; (352) 395-5604

Associate of Science (A.S.) Degree Program
Professional Pilot TechnologyAviation Science

Associate of Science (A.S.) Degree Program
Zoo Animal Technology

Associate of Science (A.S.) Degree Programs
Business Administration (transferable A.S. to B.S. to a state college or university) Health Information Management Legal Assisting Office Administration Office Administration Medical Office Specialization

Associate of Science (A.S.) and Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) Degree Programs
Criminal Justice Technology Emergency Medical Services Fire Science Technology The information in this enrollment guide is subject to change. The college reserves the right to change, modify or alter without notice all fees, charges, tuition, expenses and costs of any kind and further reserves the right to add or delete without notice any course or information. For up-to-date information visit www.sfcollege.edu.

Vocational Certificate Programs
Law Enforcement Academy Corrections Academy Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic

Career Fast Track, A.A, A.A.S., V.C. Programs and Advisors • Final Exam Dates • Grading


grading Policy

grade Point Deficit

grades and Reports

At the end of the term, a final grade for each term is recorded and preserved. Grades and grade point values include: Superior Achievement A 4.0 Good Achievement B+ 3.5 B 3.0 Satisfactory Achievement C+ 2.5 C 2.0 Minimum Achievement D+ 1.5 D 1.0 Failure F 0.0 Incomplete I Changed to F if not completed by conclusion of next major term Audit X Withdrawal W At the end of the term, final grades are available on the eSantaFe system. Grade Forgiveness Policy: Courses in which a grade of D or F was earned may be repeated for credit. All courses attempted will appear on the transcript. Attempts marked with a T are not included in the calculation of the cumulative grade point average. Attempts marked with an R are included when calculating the cumulative grade point average. The student will be allowed only two repeat attempts per course. Students should be aware that some colleges or universities may not accept a grade of a repeated course or may compute the grade originally assigned. Students receiving financial aid of any type are cautioned to check with the Financial Aid office to ensure that the repeat course will count toward their financial aid award. Grade point averages are determined by computing the ratio of grade points earned to semester hours attempted. Grades of W and X are not included in total grade point averages.

A grade point deficit is the difference between the grade points needed for a C average and the grade points earned on hours attempted. The following example demonstrates this concept. It should be noted that a student could go from a position of good standing to academic warning, probation or suspension within one term.

Example 1 New Student in First term
Grade A B C D 4 3 2 1 Grade Points multiplied by multiplied by multiplied by multiplied by Attempted Hours

Total Grade Points

2. 3.

3 = 12 3 = 9 3 = 6 3 = 3 12 30 To remain in good standing, a C average, which is equal to two grade points per credit hour, must be maintained. The total credits attempted multiplied by two will establish the minimum number of grade points needed. From the grade record listed above on 12 credit hours, 12 x 2 (for a C average) = 24 grade points. Since 30 grade points were earned, this student is in good standing.

Example 2 Same Student as in Example 1, But in Second term
Grade C D F F 2 1 0 0 Grade Points multiplied by multiplied by multiplied by multiplied by Attempted Hours

Total Grade Points


4 = 8 3 = 3 4 = 0 4 = 0 15 11 This student earned 11 grade points in the second term. Added to the 30 grade points from the first term, the student has earned 41 grade points. For the 27 credit hours attempted (12 + 15 = 27), the student would need 54 grade points (27 x 2) to maintain a C average. Therefore, this student has a 13 grade point deficit (54-41 = 13) and will be placed on academic probation.

Academic objectives and Attendance

Example 3 New Student in First term
Grade 0 0 1 Grade Points multiplied by multiplied by multiplied by Attempted Hours 4 = 3 = 3 =

Students are responsible for satisfying the entire range of academic objectives as they are defined by the instructor in any course. Attendance requirements are included within the academic objectives of each course. These objectives shall be presented in writing by the instructor at the beginning of each class. Absences shall count from the first class following registration. Lateness or leaving early may be considered an absence. Failure to satisfy any of the course objectives may have an adverse effect on the grade earned in the course or may result in the student’s receiving no credit in the course.


Total Grade Points 0 0 3

Academic Standards of Progress

13 6 In this example, the student earned six grade points on 13 semester hours. Thus, 13 x 2 = 26 grade points needed for a C average. Since only six grade points were earned, this student would have a 20 point grade point deficit and, therefore, would be suspended after just one term.



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Santa Fe College is responsible for providing its students with a learning-centered environment that includes educationally sound, high-quality programs offered in an economical and efficient format. The continuation of students who lack the ability, preparation or maturity to succeed is inconsistent with the college’s mission and its responsibility as a tax-supported institution. A student’s standing at Santa Fe College will be determined by the relationship of hours attempted to grade points earned. To be considered in good standing and continue successfully toward a degree, a student must earn the grade points necessary to maintain a 2.0 (C) cumulative grade point average while at Santa Fe.

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Academic Warning, Probation and Suspension

To complete degree and certificate program requirements, students must meet SFC’s Standards of Academic Progress: • Students with less than a 2.0 GPA will be placed on academic warning if they have a grade point deficit of one to nine points. • Students with less than a 2.0 GPA will be placed on academic probation if they have 10 or more, but fewer than 20, deficit points. • Students with 20 or more deficit points will be suspended for one full semester (15 weeks). • ee the description of the Standards of Academic Progress S course (SLS1531). Go to www.sfcollege.edu/course and look under Student Development Instruction. This course is intended to help suspended students return to college successfully. Students readmitted after their suspension term or those who receive suspension overrides should enroll in this course.

Fee Information
Audit Fees
Students registering to audit courses at SFC will pay the same fees required for college credit courses. (Please see the credit fees section listed below.) Time periods for audit registration coincide with those for credit registration. Students cannot change a course from audit to credit at SFC.

Credit Fees

Students registering for college credit courses pay the following fees Florida resident $ 75.80* Non-Florida resident $ 282.05* SFC will charge $25 for any check returned. *Note: Fees are subject to change by the Florida Legislature. For upto-date fee information, visit www.sfcollege.edu.

Academic Dismissal

A student returning after suspension will be on probation. If at the end of the term he or she returns the grade point deficit is still 20 or more, the student will be dismissed from the college. Such a student is not eligible to be readmitted to the college for a minimum of one full calendar year. After that time has passed, the student may petition the college for possible readmission. Favorable action is dependent upon clear written evidence of factors that indicate promise of successful performance. Exception to the above rule: A student who earns a semester GPA of 2.5 or higher in the first semester after returning from suspension or dismissal will not be suspended, even if that student’s overall deficit is more than 20 grade points. Should the student continue to earn a GPA of 2.5 or higher each term, the student will remain enrolled on academic probation until good academic standing is achieved.

Additional College Credit Course Fee

An additional fee will be assessed to students enrolling in a college credit course more than two times. The additional fee to be assessed shall be equal to the amount of the non-resident tuition fee.

College Preparatory Course Fee

An additional fee will be assessed to students enrolling in certain college preparatory courses more than two times in order to meet the state requirement to pay 100 percent of the instructional cost of the course. The additional fee to be assessed shall be equal to the amount of the non-resident tuition fee.

Deferred Fees

transferring to Santa Fe With Deficit grade Points

All transfer students will be evaluated by Santa Fe’s standards of progress using the same criteria applied to non-transfer students. Transfer students entering with deficit grade points will be assigned to the appropriate category (academic warning or probation). They will return to good standing when sufficient grade points have been earned to achieve a C average.

Veterans and other eligible persons who request fee deferments must have the deferment processed at the cashier’s window in the Robertson Administration Building by the due date. Tuition, for financial aid recipients, may be deferred or charged if fees are less than or equal to the amount of projected financial aid for the term. Additional information may be found in the financial aid handbook.

Fee Waivers

State of Florida employees or senior citizens can only register on the last day of drop/add for any term/session if they wish to use a fee waiver for that term/session. Any registrations prior to this date will not be eligible for a fee waiver.

Earning Credit While Suspended

A student while under suspension from another institution may not enroll at Santa Fe College, and a student while under suspension from Santa Fe may not earn credits toward a degree from this institution by taking courses at another institution.

Credit Card Payment (MasterCard, VISA or American Express)

On the Web, log onto www.sfcollege.edu and click on eSantaFe. Select Pay Fees and follow the menu. Remember, a student’s PIN number is required to use the Web version of payment.

Standards of Progress Summary
Academic Warning Academic Probation Academic Suspension

1-9 grade point deficit 10-19 grade point deficit 20 or more grade point deficit

Who May Receive Refunds

Course loads

A full-time student is one who enrolls in 12 or more semester hours per term including sessions. Although credit hours for courses audited are counted toward a full load, they are not counted for financial aid purposes. Students may not register for more than 19 semester hours in any term including sessions at SFC, except with special permission. Permission is granted by the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs or a designee in the Robertson Administration Building, room 253.

A student who withdraws from the college for one or more courses during the first five instructional days of fall, spring or summer full terms, or during the first three instructional days of A or B sessions, may receive a full refund of fees paid for the course work officially discontinued. The official deadlines for fee refunds are on the last offical day of drop/add. These refunds are automatically processed without action by students. Refund checks will be processed and distributed as soon as possible; a fair expectation for their receipt would be about two to four weeks after the deadline.

Special Cases

lAB FEES The lab fee schedule is available at Santa Fe’s

Web site, www.sfcollege.edu. Select Class Schedule, View the Course Schedule, then Fee Information.

Though refunds are usually not made except as noted here, special requests for refunds may be submitted to the college Petitions Committee for consideration. Petitions for this committee should be submitted to Records (R-101). Petition forms are available in the Records office and on the Records Web site; visit www.sfcollege.edu and select Petitions in the index.

Fee Information • Lab Fees • Withdrawal From Classes • Third Attempt Limit • CLAST • Students With Disabilities


Current and Readmit Students

Current and readmit students must register online, at the appointed time as indicated on eSantaFe or at any time thereafter. All methods require that students register on or after their appointed date. Fees may be paid in person (Robertson Administration Building, room 52); online (eSantaFe); or by mail. Santa Fe accepts MasterCard, VISA and American Express credit cards.


Students wishing to appeal the “Third Attempt Limit” or the “C or Above Repeat” rules should obtain an appeal form in the Registrar’s office, R-101. The deadline to file an appeal is the last day to drop with a refund in the term or session in which the appeal is requested. Students are encouraged to make their request as early as possible. Please allow at least three working days for the appeal to be processed.

Add/Drop Procedures
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Use eSantaFe to drop/add during the scheduled drop/add period. Select and finalize transaction. Pay additional fees if credit load increases. A refund will automatically be sent to students if their credit load decreases. Allow about two to four weeks after the “drop with a refund” deadline for refunds to be processed.


(College level Academic Skills test)

The College Level Academic Skills Test (CLAST) is a part of the Florida system of educational accountability. The CLAST measures students’ achievement of college level communication and mathematics skills. It consists of four subtests: essay, English language skills, reading and mathematics. SFC students need to take the CLAST when they earn 18 A.A. degree hours, including grades of C or better in ENC1101, ENC1102 and a college level mathematics course at MAC1105 or higher. Students are required to pass all four subtests or qualify for an alternative in order to earn an Associate of Arts degree and to be admitted to most upper division programs in the State University System. Students who fail any subtest are required to remediate skills in the CLAST lab prior to retaking the CLAST. State financial aid students who fail to take the CLAST by the time they have earned 60 hours jeopardize their financial aid status. Students register for the CLAST in G-25. The CLAST advisor will evaluate students’ eligibility for the CLAST alternative when they register. For additional information, visit the CLAST office in G-25.

Withdrawal From Classes

Don’t receive a failing grade for a course no longer attended. The deadline to withdraw from classes is published in the Santa Fe enrollment guide and is available online. Please note this date and be sure to complete the withdrawal process by using eSantaFe, or by going to the Student Services Lab (R-226) during the scheduled drop/add period.

third Attempt limit

Starting fall term 1997, Florida law requires that any college credit course that has been repeated and taken the third time should be regarded as the final attempt. • ork attempted at all Florida public postsecondary institutions is W not counted. Courses taken at private institutions or out-of-state institutions are not counted. • Courses attempted prior to fall term 1997 are not counted. • ttempts include the original grade, repeat grades, and A withdrawals at any point in the semester. • ll grades from the third and subsequent attempts are part of A the GPA. • fourth attempt may be allowed only through academic appeals A based on major extenuating circumstances. • tudents enrolled prior to fall term 1997 may come under the S old catalog.

Students With Disabilities

Santa Fe College encourages students with disabilities to enroll with the Disabilities Resource Center. A network of services exists to provide an equal educational opportunity to every student. Students who have some type of impairment or disability that hinders them in the college’s academic and social life may wish to seek help. Documentation diagnosing the disability and indicating its impact on daily life functions must be provided from a licensed professional. Students with disabilities granted part-time status as a reasonable accommodation, and who are otherwise qualified, are eligible for state sponsored financial aid on a prorated basis. For more information, on the Northwest Campus stop by S-229 or call (352) 395-4400. At the Andrews Center (Starke) go to the front desk or call (904) 964-5382. At the Blount Center (Downtown Gainesville) go to the Phase II front desk or call (352) 395-5647. At the Davis Center (Archer) go to the front desk or call (352) 395-5254. At the Watson Center (Keystone Heights) go to the front desk or call (352) 473-8989. Or visit www.sfcollege.edu and click on Disabilities Resource Center in the index.

Cost of Repeat Courses (fees subject to change)

Starting fall term 1997, a student enrolled in the same college credit course more than two times shall pay the full cost of instruction. The full cost of instruction is currently $282.05 per credit hour (the same as non-resident fees), subject to change by the Florida Legislature.

Repeating Classes With a grade of C or Above
Repeat enrollment in courses in which a grade of C or above has been earned is prohibited. • epeating such a course is considered only under special R circumstances. Examples are a need for teacher recertification, specifications of a regulatory agency, licensure and program requirements.

• he initial grade and subsequent grade appear on the transcript. T Only the first grade is included in the GPA with credit earned. The second attempt will not earn credit, will not be included in the GPA, and the Grade Forgiveness Rule will not apply. • egistrations for such a course without approval will be canceled, R the course dropped and fees refunded.

Santa Fe College is committed to an environment that embraces diversity, respects the rights of all individuals, is open and accessible, and is free of harassment and discrimination based on, but not limited to, race, creed, color, religion, age, disability, sex, marital status, national origin, political opinions or affiliations, veteran status and/or sexual orientation. Lela Elmore, Equal Access/Equal Opportunity Coordinator R-Annex, room 105, (352) 395-5420


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• Academic and Administrative Policies - Students have academic and administrative policies that support intellectual inquiry, learning, and growth. The exercise and preservation of these freedoms and rights require a respect for the rights of all in the community. Students enrolling in Santa Fe College assume an obligation to conduct themselves in a manner that is civil and compatible with the college’s function as an educational institution. It is clear that in a community of learning, willful disruption of the educational process, destruction of property, and interference with the orderly process of the college, or with the rights of other members of the college, cannot be tolerated. In order to fulfill its functions of imparting and gaining knowledge, Santa Fe College has the authority and responsibility to maintain order within the college and to exclude those who are disruptive of the educational process.

Student Rights and Responsibilities

Students of Santa Fe College are guaranteed certain rights as citizens of the college community. Students have a right to academic evaluation which is neither prejudiced nor unpredictable. At the same time, they are responsible for achieving standards of academic performance established for each course in which they are enrolled. Information about students’ views, beliefs, and political associations are considered confidential, and under no circumstances will become a part of their academic records or transcripts. Students’ official transcripts and records will be released to persons outside the college only with the written consent of the student or as authorized by law. Students must be informed of any requests received from off-campus persons or agencies, and the student will make any decision regarding release of information. The general laws of invasion of privacy apply in questions of privileged or confidential communications.

Student Responsibilities

Student Rights

Santa Fe College seeks to maintain an environment where students have the following rights: • E xpression - Students can freely examine and exchange diverse ideas in an orderly manner inside and outside the classroom; • Association - Students can associate freely with other individuals, groups of individuals and organizations for purposes which do not infringe on the rights of others; • Freedom From Discrimination - Students can expect to participate fully in the college community without discrimination as defined by federal and state law and college regulations; • Safe Environment - Students can function in their daily activities without unreasonable concerns for personal safety; • Discipline - Students can expect discipline to be implemented through established procedures containing all elements of due process for the adjudication of charges, and the opportunity for continued college involvement (as appropriate) until the resolution of the charges; • Privacy - Students are free of unreasonable intrusions into personal records and/or matters relevant to identity and well-being; • High Quality Resources - Students have access to high quality resources which support intellectual and social development; • Counseling - Students have access to support in managing personal adjustments, understanding self and others, and career planning and personal decision making; • Grievance Process - Students have access to established procedures for respectfully presenting and addressing their concerns/complaints to the college; • Learning Beyond Formal Instruction - Students have access to a variety of activities beyond the classroom, which support intellectual and personal development; • Education - Students have access to excellent faculty, academic technology, classrooms, libraries, presentations and other resources necessary for the learning process; • Personal Growth - Students study in a setting that fosters personal growth; • Participation in Community Affairs - Students have opportunities to interact with people and institutions both within and beyond the college community; • College Governance - Students participate in the governance of the college, with opportunities for involvement, including but not limited to judicial committees, allocations of student activities fees, programming and student life councils, and through membership on various other college committees; • Prompt Responses from Administration - Students have the right to expect prompt and courteous responses from the college’s academic and administrative departments;

By enrolling at Santa Fe College, a student assumes the obligation to be a responsible member of the college community. All students are responsible to: • ontribute to a climate of academic integrity; rational, critical, and C creative inquiry; freedom of individual thought and expression consistent with the rights of others; and commitment to the wellbeing of society as a whole; • dhere to course requirements as specified by instructor(s) in the A course syllabus, and follow all written and/or verbal instructions given by instructors or designated college representatives; • bey all duly established college, local, state, and federal policies, O regulations, and laws; • efrain from actions that deny other members of the college R community their rights as described herein; • efrain from acts of violence, intimidation, or degradation toward R any person; • ooperate with college administrators, faculty, staff and C contracted personnel in the performance of their authorized duties; • ive and maintain accurate and complete information for all G official records required by the college; • Meet all financial obligations to the college; • arry personal picture identification at all times while on college C property or at college functions; • Attend all judicial proceedings when issued notice to do so; • eview and be accountable for all posted and written policies and R guidelines relating to academic standards and progress; • aintain the highest ethical standards in academic achievement. M Students admitted to Santa Fe College will be subject to the Student Code of Conduct.

Take a campus tour

with one of our student ambassadors.

Monday-Friday 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. daily* Schedule a campus tour today. Visit www.sfcollege.edu, click on Information Requests (bottom of page) or call 352.395-7322.
*Tours are not offered on weekends or college holidays. Check the college calendar at www.sfcollege.edu for scheduled holidays.

Northwest Campus Building Directory
A - Classrooms, English Department, Faculty Offices, Math Department B - Classrooms, Faculty Offices, Honors Program C - Business Programs, Business Programs Computer Lab, Classrooms, Computer Classrooms D - Central Mechanical

Student Rights and Responsibilities • Campus Tours • NW Campus Building Directory • Maps


R - Academic Advisement, Admissions, Enrollment Services, Financial Aid, Food Court, High School Programs, International Students, Job Training Program, Marketing and Recruitment, Math Department, Records, Registration, Student Services and Community Outreach, Veterans Affairs, Welcome Center RA - Human Resources RAB - Academic Affairs, Cashier, Development Offices; Institutional Effectiveness, Research and Planning; Loan Collections, Office for Finance, President’s Office, Purchasing, Switchboard, Title III S - Bookstore, Career and Job Placement Services/Cooperative Education, Career Resource and Career Counseling Center, Center for Student Leadership and Activities, Classrooms, Disabilities Resource Center, Meeting and Seminar Rooms, Multicultural Student Center, Office for Community Service, Office of Diversity, Recreation Room, Student Development Instruction, Student Government, Student Health Care Center, Student Legal Services T - Lost and Found, Parking Violations, Police Department U - Facilities Planning, Facilities Services, Physical Plant, Shipping and Receiving V - Aerobics Room, Basketball Court, Community Ed, Gymnasium, Racquetball Courts, Weight Rooms W - Classrooms, Health Sciences Programs and Labs WA - Cardiovascular Technology, Nursing, Sonography, Surgical Technology X - Astronomy Lab, Biology Labs, Classrooms, Geology Lab, Math Computer Lab, Physical Science Department and Labs, Planetarium, Science Computer Lab Y - Coffee 101, Film Library, Library Z - Teaching Zoo, Zoo Animal Technology

Maps and Driving Directions to Northwest Campus and SFC Centers

E - Acting Studio, Auditorium, Classrooms, Dance Studio, Fine Arts Department, Lecture Hall, Music Practice Rooms, Vocal Studio G - Academic Foundations, Adult Education Lab, Assessment Center, Classrooms, Math Lab, Reading Lab, Writing Lab H - A/C, Refrigeration and Heating Technologies, Automotive Technology, Building Construction, Classrooms, Electrical Construction, Welding I - Classrooms, CROP, English as a Second Language, High School Science Lab, Industrial Technology Program, Physics Lab, Success Services, Work Exploration J - Chemistry Computer Lab, Chemistry Labs, Classrooms K - Classrooms, Computer Information Science Labs, Faculty Offices, Information Technology Services, Tech Prep L - Classrooms, Faculty Offices, Student Support Services, Talent Search, Upward Bound M - Art Department, Art Gallery, Classrooms, Displaced Homemaker Program, Electrical Engineering Technology N - Biotechnology, Graphic Design, Information Technology Education, Microbiology P - Academic Technologies, Audio-Visual Services, Child Development Program, Classrooms, College Relations, Educational Media, Math Lab, Open Campus, Photo Lab, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Television Studio Q - Child Care, Little School



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College Prep

Academic Foundations

College Prep helps you get where you want to go. Most Santa Fe freshmen take at least one College Prep class–it’s where unprepared students prepare, and prepared students achieve their goals. For more information, contact College Prep Advisement Coordinator Marcia Buresch in G-18 on the Northwest Campus, or call (352) 395-5050.

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Honors Program
Are you a highly motivated student with an outstanding record? The Honors Program offers you the challenges and benefits of an enriched academic experience.

To learn more, contact the Honors Program in B-216 on the Northwest campus, or call (352) 395-5010.

Study Abroad
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Visit exciting lands, experience unique adventures, create lifelong memories, and earn college credit while you do it!

All you need is a desire for new experiences, a passport, and the Study Abroad Program at Santa Fe. Grants and financial aid are available if funding is an obstacle.

For more information go to www.sfcollege.edu and select Study Abroad in the index.