UF @ SF Center Events Feb. 6 & 7

Wednesday, February 6, 10-11 a.m.

SF Early Childhood Education Bachelor’s Program Walk-in Advising

The SF Early Childhood Education Bachelor of Science degree program offers a direct path to local careers working with young (birth to age 4) children. For the student seeking a degree with local employment potential, small class sizes with individual advising all the way through to graduation, very reasonable education costs and hands-on learning right here in the SF Little School, this degree program may be the perfect option!

 

Wednesday, February 6, 1:30-3:30 p.m.

UF and SF Nursing Bachelor’s Degree Programs Information Session

Nursing is one of the most popular programs at UF and Santa Fe College.Come to this information session to find out how to be the most competitive applicant possible for these programs. Learn about pre-requisites, GPA requirements, the application process, and more, from Kenneth Foote, Coordinator for Admissions and Registration, UF Nursing; and Santa Fe College Health Sciences Advisor. Don’t miss this opportunity, even if you have to drop in for only part of the presentation and Q&A!

 

Thursday, February 7, 10-11 a.m.

SF Accounting Bachelor’s Program Walk-in Advising

Learn about the newest bachelor’s degree program offered by Santa Fe College! The Bachelor of Applied Science in Accounting will be offered starting Spring 2018. This information session will cover the admission requirements, coursework, and provide a general description of the program. Be one of the first students to enroll in this exciting, high demand major that offers great local employment prospects. Hear from the program advisor who will also be assisting students after they enter the program.

Thursday, February 7, 10-11 a.m.

SF Health Services Administration Bachelor’s Program Walk-in Advising

The Health Services Administration degree program is a bachelor’s degree which prepare students for careers in business and management. Students seeking a degree with local employment potential, small class sizes with individual advising all the way through to graduation and very reasonable education costs.