Santa Fe College is the main community college in Gainesville, Florida. In addition to its two-year offerings, Santa Fe College awards bachelor’s degrees in select fields.
Students at Santa Fe College who wish to transfer to a four-year school may earn an academic associate’s degree. Academic majors include:
- Art History
- Elementary Education
Students may also pursue a career-oriented associate’s degree in fields like:
- Building Construction Technology
- Emergency Medical Technology
- Fire Science Technology
- Legal Assisting
Vocational certificates in healthcare and other professions are also available.
While Santa Fe College is primarily a two-year college, there are a select number of bachelor’s degrees, as well. Santa Fe College offers four-year degrees in such subjects as:
- Clinical Laboratory Science
- Early Childhood Education
- Health Services Administration
Documents required for admissions include transcripts or GED scores, a school application and proof of legal residency. All entering students must also take an entrance test, which the school uses for placement purposes only.
Santa Fe College offers loans, Pell grants and work-study money to help offset tuition costs. Those interested in applying for financial aid will need to fill out a FAFSA.
Quick Facts about Santa Fe College, Gainesville
Large Town Setting
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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