UF @ SF Center of Events Oct. 21-25

Wednesday, October 23 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.

UF Agricultural Education and Communication Walk-In Advising Session

Talk to the advisor Becky Cook about the Agricultural Education and Communication major within the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, UF. This degree program offers two specializations for the Bachelor of Science degree: Agricultural Education and Communication; and Leadership Development.

Wednesday, October 23 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.

UF Coll. Agricultural and Life Sciences Walk-In Advising Session, ALL MAJORS

Walk-in advising for ALL College of Agricultural and Life Sciences majors by CALS Director of Student Development and Recruitment, Charlotte Emerson. Learn about transfer admission requirements, the application process, specializations and career prospects for CALS degree programs.

Thursday, October 24 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.

UF Online Walk-in Advising Session

Considering your options after Santa Fe College? During the walk-in advisement a member of the UF Online Admissions team can review the 19 undergraduate majors for UF Online, discuss your options in the flexible program, and walk you through the application process. This program provides accelerated admissions to UF Online after completing your Associates of Arts (AA) degree at Santa Fe. Come discover the #gatorsonline.

Thursday, October 24 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.

UF Plant Science Walk-In Advising Session

Walk-in advising for the Plant Science major, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, by advisor Danae Perry. Discuss transfer requirements, specializations within the major, the application process, pre-requisites, and get your questions answered.

Friday, October 25 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.

SF Clinical Lab Science and Industrial Biotechnology BAS degrees – Walk-in Advising Session

The SF Clinical Lab Science and Industrial Biotechnology BAS degree programs offer streamlined paths to local careers. For the student seeking:

*Possibly a faster path to a bachelor’s degree than traditional university transfer;

*A degree with plenty of local employment potential;

*Small class sizes with individual advising all the way through to graduation;

*Very reasonable education costs;

*Hands-on learning in a state of the art facility;

To learn more about how these programs may benefit you, come to a walk-in advising session with the advisor Sari Sanborn.