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1 SANTA FE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Serving Alachua and Bradford Counties since 1966 Northwest Campus 3000 NW 83rd Street, Gainesville, Florida Phone (352) Andrews Center 209 West Call Street, Starke, Florida Phone (352) or (904) Blount Center 401 NW 6th Street, Gainesville, Florida Phone (352) Davis Center SW Archer Road, Archer, Florida Phone (352) Kirkpatrick Center 3737 NE 39th Avenue, Gainesville, Florida Phone (352) Watson Center 4150 SE State Road 21, Keystone Heights, Florida Phone (352) To get more information, point your Web browser to The address is Equal Access - Equal Opportunity Lela Elmore, EA/EO Coordinator R Annex, room 105 (352) "It is the policy of Santa Fe Community College that no citizen of the United States or any other person within the jurisdiction thereof shall, on the grounds of race, color, national origin, creed, religion, gender, marital status, age, veterans status or disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination or sexual harassment in employment or under any educational program or activity of Santa Fe Community College." Santa Fe Community College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the Associate Degree. This catalog is for information only and does not constitute a contract. 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 offering or information in this catalog. Visit our Web site at for the most up-to-date catalog edition. This catalog is published by SFCC College Relations and the Division of Academic Affairs and becomes effective July 1, Santa Fe Community College, Gainesville, Florida (Version ), pg. 52

2 Table of Contents w w w. s f c c. e d u College Information Admissions College Expenses Student Affairs Academic Affairs Programs of Study Liberal Arts and Sciences Career and Professional Studies Biotechnology Business Programs Child Development Programs Construction and Technical Programs Health Sciences Programs Information Technology Education Programs Institute of Public Safety Zoo Aniumal Technology Course Descriptions Index

3 college information President's Message District Board of Trustees SFCC Calendar Helpful Information Campus Maps League for Innovation Accreditation Status College Philosophy and Mission History of the College Endowment Corporation Outreach Centers and Programs Center for Innovation and Economic Development Bookstore Library Little School Parking and Traffic Smoking and Eating 3

4 w w w. s f c c. e d u President s Message Jackson N. Sasser President Welcome to Santa Fe. College has different meanings for different people. We at Santa Fe respect and honor your individuality and independence. We also recognize that all students respond equally well to a college that provides a personal and exciting learning experience. You will find courses, majors, student clubs and activities that match your individual interests. There are services and organizations that celebrate your different backgrounds and hopes for college. We offer advice and counseling that take your uniqueness into account. Yet throughout you'll discover a common thread in people who care about who you are and where you want to go. Before you have the opportunity to meet many of them, I welcome you to Santa Fe Community College. May this be the best experience of your life. 4

5 District Board of Trustees Santa Fe Community College is governed by a citizen board appointed by the governor. The trustees represent Santa Fe's Alachua-Bradford County service district and ensure that the education and services provided by the college meet the needs of the region, the state and the country. Winston J. Bradley Bessie G. Jackson Glenna F. Brashear G. Thomas Mallini James A. Davis, Jr. Richard C. Solze, Jr. Santa Fe Community College C o l l e g e I n f o r m a t i o n Breck A. Weingart Evelyn T. Womack 5

6 w w w. s f c c. e d u Administrative Staff of the College OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT: President Jackson Sasser Vice President for Academic Affairs Anne Kress, Interim Vice President for Administrative Affairs Guy York Vice President for Development Charles Clemons Vice President for Student Affairs Portia Taylor Assistant to the President Lawrence Keen Associate Vice President for College Relations Bennye Alligood Legal Counsel Patti Locascio OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS: Vice President for Administrative Affairs Guy York Associate Vice President for Facilities Services William Reese Chief Financial Officer and Associate Vice President for Finance Ginger Gibson, Interim Associate Vice President for Information Technology Services and Chief Information Officer Timothy Nesler Associate Vice President for College Relations Bennye Alligood Assistant Vice President for College Relations and Academic Affairs Kim Kendall Director, Information Technology Services John Chapman Director, Marketing Vacant Director, Purchasing Daphyne Sesco Chief, Santa Fe Police Department Daryl Johnston Coordinator, Human Resources Lela Elmore Coordinator, Safety and Risk Management Charles Griggs Coordinator, Facilities Planning & Construction Terry Flake Executive Director, East Gainesville Initiative and Community Outreach Karen Cole-Smith 6 OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS: Vice President for Academic Affairs Anne Kress, Interim Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs Curtis Jefferson Dean, Educational Centers Paul Hutchins Assistant Vice President for College Relations and Academic Affairs Kim Kendall Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs Dave Yonutas, Interim Director, Andrews Center Cheryl Canova Blount Center Paul Hutchins Director, Watson Center Robert Wolfson Coordinator, Davis Center Ruth Henderson Director, Business Technology Deborah Clark Director, Child Development Programs and Little School Karen Bennett Director, Construction and Technical Programs James McMullen Director, Dental Programs Karen Autrey

7 OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS (cont.): Assistant Vice President, Economic Development Dug Jones Director, High School Dual Enrollment Program Linda Lanza-Kaduce Director, Information Technology Education Eugene Jones Associate Vice President, Institutional Research and Planning - Vacant Director, Institute of Public Safety Daryl Johnston Director, Cardiovascular Technology and Sonography Reeda Fullington Director, Nursing Programs Lois Ellis Director, Radiologic Programs Bobbie Konter Director, Health Sciences Counseling Sheila Baker Chairperson, Sciences for Health Programs Linda Nichols Director, Respiratory Care and Surgical Technology Paul Stephan Chairperson, Academic Foundations Carole Windsor Chairperson, English Susan Miller Chairperson, Humanities and Foreign Languages Edward Bonahue Chairperson, Mathematics Bryon Dyce Chairperson, Natural Sciences Sture Edvardsson Chairperson, Social and Behavioral Sciences Doug Diekow Chairperson, Visual and Performing Arts Alora Haynes Director, Library Myra Sterrett OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS: Vice President for Student Affairs Portia Taylor Associate Vice President for Student Affairs Steve Fisher Associate Vice President for Student Development Programs Patsy Frenchman, Interim Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs John Cowart College Registrar Lynn Sullivan Director, Welcome and Advisement Center Ouida McNeil Director, Records and Admissions Marc Morgan Director, Financial Aid Peggy Werts Director, Office of Diversity Elizabeth O Reggio Director, Student Development Programs Vacant Director, Student Life Vacant Director, Athletics Jim Keites OFFICE FOR DEVELOPMENT: Vice President for Development - Charles Clemons Vice President for Development, Grants and Projects Joan Suchorski Director, Development Services Mike Curry Faculty and Professional Staff Faculty and professional staff are listed on the college Web site. Click on for the most up-to-date information. Santa Fe Community College C o l l e g e I n f o r m a t i o n 7

8 8 w w w. s f c c. e d u SFCC Calendar FALL 2007 Convocation Wednesday August 22 Full & A Classes Begin Thursday August 23 Labor Day Monday September 3 A Session Classes End Thursday October 4 A Session Final Exams Monday-Tuesday October 8-9 A Session Grades Due Thursday October 11 B Session Classes Begin Wednesday October 24 UF Homecoming Friday November 2 Veterans Day Holiday Monday November 12 No Evening Classes (5 p.m.) Wednesday November 21 Thanksgiving Holidays Thursday-Saturday November Fall & Fall B Classes End Friday December 7 Final Exams Monday-Thursday December Graduation Friday December 14 Grades Due Monday December 17 Winter Holidays Thursday Wednesday Dec. 20 Jan. 2 SPRING 2008 Convocation Friday January 4 Full & A Classes Begin Monday January 7 Martin L. King, Jr. Birthday Monday January 21 A Session Classes End Monday February 18 A Session Final Exams Tuesday-Wednesday February A Session Grades Due Friday February 22 Professional Dev. Day (no classes) Friday March 7 Spring Holidays Monday Saturday March B Session Classes Begin Monday March 17 Spring & B Classes End Friday April 25 Final Exams Monday-Thursday April 28 - May 1 Graduation Friday May 2 Grades Due Monday May 5 SUMMER 2008 Summer & A Classes Begin Monday May 12 Memorial Day Holiday Monday May 26 A Session Classes End Monday June 23 A Session Final Exams Tuesday-Thursday June A Session Grades Due Monday June 30 B Session Classes Begin Wednesday July 2 Independence Day Holiday Friday July 4 Summer & B Classes End Wednesday August 13 Summer & B Final Exams Thursday - Friday August Summer & B Grades Due Monday August 18 HOLIDAYS Labor Day September 3, 2007 UF Homecoming November 2, 2007 Veterans Day Holiday November 12, 2007 Thanksgiving Holidays November 22-24, 2007 Winter Holidays December 20, January 2, 2008 M. L. King, Jr. Birthday Holiday January 21, 2008 Spring Holiday March 10-15, 2008 Memorial Day Holiday May 26, 2008 Independence Day July 4, 2008

9 Helpful Information Answers to many of your questions can be found at Do you have questions about admissions, degree requirements, financial aid, scholarships, school holidays or how to start a club? Get your answers at asksantafe. Or visit the Welcome Center at the Northwest Campus in R-112, your first-stop service center. Helpful Numbers Northwest Campus (352) Books and classroom supplies (352) Bookstore, Bldg. S Career and job placement services (352) Placement Services, Bldg. S Career and personal counseling (352) Counseling Center, Bldg. S Career assessment and interpretation (352) Career Resource Center, Bldg. S CLAST and CPT testing information (352) Academic Foundations, Bldg. G Emergency (352) Police Department, Bldg. T Financial aid (352) Financial Aid, Bldg. R Lost and found (352) Police Department, Bldg. T Pay college fees, adjustments in (352) college bills Cashier's Office, Robertson Administration Bldg. Permission to organize a club (352) Student Leadership and Activities, Bldg. S Report matters needing attention on campus (352) Facilities Services, Bldg. U Student Leadership and Activities, (352) Student Government, clubs Student Leadership and Activities, Bldg. S Andrews Center (352) or 209 West Call Street (904) Starke, Florida Blount Center (352) NW 6th Street Gainesville, Florida Davis Center (352) SW Archer Road Archer, Florida Kirkpatrick Center (352) NE 39th Avenue Gainesville, Florida Watson Center (352) SE State Road 21 Keystone Heights, Florida Santa Fe Community College C o l l e g e I n f o r m a t i o n 9

10 w w w. s f c c. e d u Campus Maps Northwest Campus 3000 NW 83rd Street, Gainesville, Florida Phone (352) Northwest Campus Building Directory A - Academic House Classrooms, Faculty Offices, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Social and Behavioral Sciences 10 B - Academic House Child Development Program, Classrooms, CLAST Lab, Faculty Offices, Mathematics Computer Lab

11 C - Business Education Accounting Lab, Business Lab, Business Programs, Classrooms, Legal Assistant Program, Word Processing Classrooms D - Materials Production Central Mechanical, Educational Document Development, Materials Production, Printing Services, Technology Services E - Lecture Hall Acting Studio, Auditorium, Classrooms, Dance Studio, Language Lab, Lecture Hall, Music Practice Rooms, Visual and Performing Arts Department, Vocal Studio F - Alan J. Robertson Administration Cashier, Development Offices, Innovation and College Advancement, Institutional Research and Planning, Loan Collections, Office for Finance, President's Office, Purchasing, Switchboard, Title III G - Academic Foundations Academic Resources, Assessment Center, Classrooms, Math Lab, Writing Lab H - Classroom Building A/C, Refrigeration and Heating Technologies, Automotive Technology, Building Construction, Classrooms, Electrical Construction, Welding I - Classroom Building Classrooms, English as a Second Language (ESL), High School Science Lab, Industrial Technology Program, Physics Lab, Upward Bound, Work Exploration J - Building Chemistry Computer Lab, Chemistry Labs, Classrooms K - Information Technology Services Classrooms, Computer Information Science Labs, Information Technology Services, Tech Prep L - Academic House Classrooms, Student Support Services, Technology and Applied Sciences, Workforce Development M - Classroom Building Art Department, Art Gallery, Classrooms, Displaced Homemaker Program, Electrical Engineering Technology N - Technology Building Biotechnology, Computer Science and Instructional Technology, Graphic Design, Microbiology P - Building Academic Technologies, Audio-Visual Services, Classrooms, College Relations, Educational Media, Honors Program, Math Lab, Open Campus, Photo Lab, Television Studio Santa Fe Community College C o l l e g e I n f o r m a t i o n 11

12 Q - Little School Building Child Care, Little School w w w. s f c c. e d u R - Fordyce Student Center Academic Advisement, Admissions, Community Education, English Department, 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 R Annex Human Resources S - James L. Wattenbarger Student Services Building Board Room, 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 - Police Department Lost and Found, Parking Violations U - Facilities Services Building Facilities Planning, Facilities Services, Physical Plant, Shipping and Receiving V - Gymnasium Aerobics Room, Basketball Court, Community Ed, Racquetball Courts, Weight Rooms W - Health Sciences Building Classrooms, Health Sciences Programs and Labs X - Natural Sciences Building Astronomy Lab, Biology Labs, Classrooms, Geology Lab, Math Computer Lab, Physical Science Department and Labs, Planetarium, Science Computer Lab Y - Lawrence W. Tyree Library Coffee 101, Film Library, Library Z - Teaching Zoo Zoo, Zoo Animal Technology 12

13 Andrews Center 209 West Call Street, Starke, Florida Phone (352) or (904) Blount Center 401 NW 6th Street, Gainesville, Florida Phone (352) Santa Fe Community College C o l l e g e I n f o r m a t i o n 13

14 w w w. s f c c. e d u Davis Center SW Archer Road, Archer, Florida Phone (352) Kirkpatrick Center 3737 NE 39th Avenue, Gainesville, Florida Phone (352)

15 Watson Center 4150 SE State Road 21, Keystone Heights, Florida Phone (352) Santa Fe Community College C o l l e g e I n f o r m a t i o n 15

16 w w w. s f c c. e d u League for Innovation in the Community College Santa Fe Community College is a charter member of the League for Innovation in the Community College and is one of 19 League Board colleges. More than 750 institutions from 11 different countries are League affiliate members. The League, founded in 1968, is an educational consortium that functions specifically to stimulate innovation and experimentation. It is the only organization of its kind in the community college field and has achieved national recognition for the quality of its programs and activities. As a national organization with members in all sections of the country, the League influences community college development throughout North America. To this end, the League is not only committed to programs that contribute to the continuing improvement of member colleges, but also to providing opportunities for other community colleges to participate in its workshops, conferences, projects, and activities. Accreditation Status Santa Fe Community College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the Associate Degree. In addition, Santa Fe Community College is accredited by the Florida State Department of Education. The college s accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools was reaffirmed in December of SFCC holds membership in the Florida Association of Colleges and Universities and the American Association of Community Colleges. The college has been approved by the State of Florida as an institution in which recipients of general scholarship loans for the preparation of teachers may take their first two years of college work, and from which the State Department of Education will accept work to satisfy various certification requirements. SFCC has also been approved by the state approving agency for the training of veterans under the provision of the various public laws relating to such training, and by the United States Office of Education for participation in the student program under Public Law , National Defense Act of 1958, and for various other programs relating to curriculum and physical facilities development. 16 College Philosophy and Mission Statement of Philosophy The philosophy of Santa Fe Community College is student-centered. Consistent with this philosophy, we value cultural diversity and serve all persons regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, religion, gender, marital status, age or disability. The college believes that preparing students for healthy, productive lives in a democratic society is the chief obligation of the public educational system. Therefore, we seek to enable changes in individuals that allow them to live richer, more rewarding, and more useful lives. We further believe that educated people should be guided in their behavior by decency and civility; accordingly, we prize honesty, integrity, and social responsibility among both our staff and students. The college aspires to transmit these values as well as foster in students the

17 critical thinking and problem-solving skills, global perspective, and creativity necessary to make educated and ethical decisions in all aspects of their lives. Statement of Vision, Values and Mission Mission/Vision Adding value to the lives of our students and enriching our community Values Santa Fe Community College is a dynamic, innovative learning community committed to: Academic excellence, academic freedom, and intellectual pursuit Individual and social responsibility Honesty, integrity, and civility Collaboration with our community Open access Lifelong learning Assessment, accountability, and improvement History of the College Santa Fe Community College was established by the state government in 1965 to offer wide access to quality higher education. Florida's legislature, governor and Department of Education were responding to a request from the Alachua and Bradford County Boards of Public Instruction, which had canvassed the area and learned that the community would be well served if all citizens had the opportunity for an education and better life. Since then, SFCC has established programs and services that enable the college to carry out its mission of educational opportunity, responsiveness to the community and innovation in the public interest. The philosophy of the college during those years has been, and continues to be, one of student-centeredness. Enrollment has grown rapidly. Fewer than 1,000 students enrolled when classes were first offered in September Today, more than 16,000 students take credit classes and 12,000 more take non-credit classes. Credit classes are given at the Northwest Campus, Andrews Center in Starke, Blount Center in downtown Gainesville, Davis Center in Archer and Watson Center in Keystone Heights. A center for the Alachua area is planned. The Northwest Campus, which opened in 1972, is set on 175 acres in Gainesville next to Interstate 75. The Andrews Center opened in 1985 in the renovated Bradford County Courthouse, and expanded in 1991 with the addition of the restored Cultural Building and again in 2001 with the addition of the Lillian Stump Center. The Blount Center opened in 1990 in the renovated 6th Street railroad depot, expanded in 1993 with the addition of the renovated Gainesville Gas Co. Building, and again in 2006 with the Blount Classroom Building. The Davis Center opened in The Watson Center opened in 2005 with a second building opening in All the centers were built with funds raised in community drives headed by the SFCC Endowment Corp. and operate to bring educational opportunity to residents in SFCC s Alachua-Bradford County service district. Santa Fe Community College C o l l e g e I n f o r m a t i o n The college has expanded education programs by increasing the number of classes offered by electronic means such as the Internet and live broadcasts 17

18 w w w. s f c c. e d u to the SFCC centers. Almost 3,000 students take Internet classes through the Open Campus. SFCC has had only four presidents. Dr. Joseph W. Fordyce was president from 1965 to 1971, when he was succeeded by Alan J. Robertson. Dr. Larry W. Tyree was named president in 1990 and was succeeded on Jan. 1, 2002 by Dr. Jackson N. Sasser. The growth and expansion of the college have two main causes: educational programs that are designed to meet the needs of students and a helpful learning environment that enables students to do their best. Educational offerings are primarily the Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Associate of Applied Science and Community Education programs. The Associate of Arts program consists generally of liberal arts courses. Many students in this program intend to transfer to four-year colleges or universities. SFCC sends more students to the University of Florida than does any other institution, with 2,500 transferring to UF each year. Many former SFCC students go to other four-year schools, public and private, in and out of state. The Associate of Science degree and certificate programs, called Technology and Applied Sciences, consist generally of vocational programs that prepare students for entry into a career, although some programs are transferable to universities. Surveys show that more than 90 percent of students in these programs either enter a career or go on to further higher education. Community Education offers non-credit leisure courses for personal growth. In all its credit programs, the college offers classes in several schedule formats to meet the needs of students. Classes are offered to suit the schedules of students. In addition to full semesters, SFCC has classes in a half semester "Flexterm" format, evening and "Earlybird" classes that can be taken before a student goes to work, and classes on Saturdays. Academic life is highlighted by the SFCC-University of Florida Foreign Languages Institute, an Honors Program, a speech and debate team, and an International Initiative that features many study abroad programs. SFCC's Kirkpatrick Criminal Justice Training Center educates law enforcement and corrections officer recruits and offers programs to retrain sworn officers. The Kirkpatrick Center also trains students in the Emergency Medical Services, Fire Sciences and Aviation Sciences programs. The college is dedicated to economic development, and its Center for Business located in a newly refurbished building at University Avenue and NW 6th Street custom designs short, long and "elearning" online courses for professionals, business, industry and government. Students seeking bachelor's degrees can take classes at several colleges and universities through The SFCC University Center without leaving Gainesville. 18 The student-centered learning environment at SFCC is sustained by a network of counselors, advisors and helpful programs. Academic advisors give

19 advice on classes to take. The student development offices help students decide upon a career or further higher education. Academic support programs offer tutoring and personal attention to help if students have difficulty in a subject. Veterans are honored with an active ROTC program and a Veterans Affairs office that serves students at SFCC and the University of Florida. Campus life is rounded out with a student government, student clubs, activities and intramural athletics. The college competes intercollegiately in women's fastpitch softball, men's baseball, and men's and women's basketball. SFCC offers many cultural activities to enrich the community's quality of life. The Santa Fe Gallery, located at the Northwest Campus, features local and contemporary artists. Concerts, plays and dance performances offer students experience in the performing arts and enrich the cultural life of the community. The Dance Theatre of Santa Fe and Theatre Santa Fe hold numerous performances annually both on campus and at the Phillips Center, serving both the college and the public. Music Santa Fe sponsors workshops and performances in diverse musical traditions. SFCC's annual Spring Arts Festival attracts 130,000 visitors to Gainesville and is one of the community's largest economic events. Santa Fe's Starke Fall Festival is a significant arts and economic event in Bradford County. The college also presents sciences to the public. The "Circle of Science" on the Northwest Campus is composed of the soon to open Kika Silva Pla Planetarium, the Jean Klein rock garden which is a series of boulders arranged in geological order with interpretative plaques, and a geological atrium housing rocks, fossils and exhibits. Santa Fe's Teaching Zoo is the only community college teaching zoo in the nation and attracts 35,000 visitors per year. The college offers to students and researchers its Geological Studies Field Station, a large network of caverns near Newberry in rural Alachua County. Endowment Corporation The Santa Fe Community College Endowment Corporation, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation organized under Florida law and is fiscally and organizationally separate from the college. Its purpose is to receive private gifts, bequests, and donations, and to account for, manage and help appreciate monies or property submitted to the Corporation. Such donations are totally tax deductible. Funds from the Corporation are distributed to benefit and advance the college and for the encouragement and subsidization of students and faculty of SFCC. The Endowment Corporation Board of Directors is composed of selected persons from Alachua and Bradford Counties who represent positive leadership and community influence and who have expressed an interest and desire to use their influence on behalf of the college through the Endowment Corporation. Santa Fe Community College C o l l e g e I n f o r m a t i o n 19

20 w w w. s f c c. e d u The Endowment Corporation is prepared to support programs and activities of the college which promote college objectives. Corporation activities and support include but are not limited to: Financial aid for students Recognition of outstanding scholarship or leadership Recognition of outstanding teaching Development of special facilities Awards for special achievement Management and investment of funds Support of the college library Procurement of special equipment Planning for special college activities and programs Development of district-wide interest in support of the college Gifts to the Endowment Corporation may be made in any one of several ways and can usually be arranged to achieve maximum tax benefits for the donor while at the same time providing generous support to education. Contributions may be made by gifts of cash, real or personal property, securities, by provision of a will, by gifts of insurance policies, or by the establishment of trusts. Gifts may be awarded for specific purposes or given without restrictions regarding their use. 20 Scholarship Funds and Major Donors One of the major purposes of the SFCC Endowment Corporation is to provide financial aid in the form of scholarships and aid to students enrolled in the college. Following are some of the scholarship programs that merit mention: Alachua County/SFCC Minority Scholarship Altrusa International, Inc. of Gainesville Scholarship Altrusa International, Inc. of Starke Scholarship Guy and Elizabeth Andrews Scholarship Arts and Sciences Scholarship ASA/Automotive Technology Scholarship Philip H. Baker Gainesville Civitan Scholarship Henry H. Beck Scholarship Fund Jeff Block Memorial Scholarship Charles L. Blount Automotive Scholarship Charles L. Blount Scholarship Patricia M. Blount Scholarship Boone/Bussard Welding Scholarship Bradford County/Andrews SFCC Minority Scholarship Bradford County/Joyce Riherd Public Health Nursing Scholarship Billy and Glenna F. Brashear Nursing and Health Related Scholarship Jean Rae Bronson Nursing Scholarship Roxann Kelley Buehn Memorial Scholarship H. Medford and Patricia Connelly Scholarship Dr. Lamar E. Crevasse Scholarship Criminal Justice Scholarship Disney s Animal Kingdom/Animal Programs Scholarship

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