While CF Health and Wellness was looking forward to resuming Spin classes, our delayed return to campus means we will need to wait a bit longer. We will share the new schedule as soon as we can safely return to campus.
As our state responds to an increase in positive cases of COVID-19, learn the behaviors that will keep you safe as you adjust to a new normal of social activities. Join Florida Blue on Friday, July 10, from noon-1 p.m. online. Dr. Kelli Tice Wells will discuss ways to limit your exposure as you engage
The District Board of Trustees has approved the following minutes from the Feb. 26, 2020, meeting.
Think you can draw? What about guessing what others are drawing? Join the Office of Student Life for a fast paced game of Scribbl on Tuesday, June 30, from 6-7 p.m. online! When its your turn to draw, you will have to choose a word from three options and visualize that word in 80 seconds.
Join us for our continued open and honest conversation about racism and race relations to include action steps on how we can move our community forward. The Office of Student Life invites CF students to join us as we continue the conversation surrounding this vital topic on Monday, June 29, from 2:30-4 p.m. online. For
CF, in partnership with the office of Sen. Keith Perry, is hosting a free food distribution event through Farm Share on Thursday, June 25, on the Ocala Campus. Volunteers are needed from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. If you are interested in volunteering during work hours you must obtain approval from your supervisor. To volunteer,
Congratulations to the following CF employees who will represent the Association of Florida Colleges CF Chapter for 2020-2021. President: Kim Sellers, Learning Lab School President-Elect: Marjorie McGee, Student Life Vice President: Amanda Camp, Financial Aid Secretary: Shana Miller, Academics Affairs Treasurer: Cara Bennett, Information Technology Immediate Past President: Ron Kielty, Information Technology Ocala Campus Representative: Jessica
“Me think, why waste time doing nothing, when few click do trick?” Think you know the Dunder Mifflin crew better than anyone else? Prove it by joining the Office of Student Life for The Office Trivia on Tuesday, June 23, from 6-7 p.m. online. This event will utilize Kahoot! and Zoom. Be sure you have
Join us for our continued conversation about racism and race relations to include action steps on how we can move our community forward. The Office of Student Life invites CF students to join us as we continue the conversation surrounding this vital topic on Monday, June 22, from 2:30-4 p.m. online. For more information contact
Your AFC CF Chapter invites you to a live game of B-I-N-G-O on Monday, June 29, from 6-7 p.m. using Zoom. During the event, we will include links that take you to a custom CF AFC B-I-N-G-O card! There will be fun prizes for our winners. All CF Family members are welcome to join us
While the college leadership team continues to develop plans for our return to campus in a few weeks, our hearts and our conversations have shifted to race, equality and humanity. We all have heartfelt motivation to affect change on social injustice and racism, but know that none of us can do this alone. How can
CF Health and Wellness is happy to announce that when the college re-opens on July 6, the SPIN program will resume classes on the same day. Classes will be held in the gym on the schedule below and follow these guidelines: Monday and Wednesday noon-12:45 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday
Join us as we continue the conversation about racism and race relations to include action steps on how we can move our community forward. The Office of Student Life invites CF students to join us as we continue the conversation surrounding this vital topic on Monday, June 15, from 2:30-4 p.m. online. For more information
CF Webber Center is looking for artist/designers who have designed or created masks during the Covid-19 pandemic to be featured in a “Masks and Makers” exhibit starting mid-August through September. The gallery will feature the talents of artists with a display of fabric masks, 3D printed masks, shields, guards, design patterns, DIY face coverings and
The Appleton Museum of Art will present the sixth annual “Mobile Photography Contest: Take Comfort. Take Heart. Take Photos.” with a call for entries from June 8-28. This year, the Appleton is asking for photos that reflect how you found peace or joy in isolation over the past few months. Whether you were alone or with
Join us at the next Friday Talks Business Advancement Series presentation on Friday, June 26, at 8:30 a.m. online to hear from Mark Davis, CF associate professor. COVID-19 has had an immediate impact on global supply chains. The results will be felt for years, if not decades. As American manufacturers and distributors make strategy changes
You are invited to join Student Life to commemorate Juneteenth. Please join us for a night of African American history. From the Civil War to Civil Rights to current day – come test your knowledge on Tuesday, June 16, from 6-7 p.m. using Zoom. Prizes will be awarded for currently enrolled CF students. All are
CF, the Ocala/Marion County Chamber & Economic Partnership, and the Ocala/Marion County Visitors and Convention Bureau have released the findings of a survey on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the local economy. The COVID-19 Business Impact Survey was distributed by the CEP from April 13-23. The survey was designed to allow business executives
Join us for an honest and open discussion about racism and race relations to include action steps on how we can move our community forward. The Office of Student Life invites CF students to join in on a conversation surrounding this vital topic on Tuesday, June 9, from 2:30-4 p.m. online. For more information contact
Your AFC Chapter is excited to bring you another great professional development opportunity virtually! Please join us remotely on Tuesday, June 16, from 12:30-1:30 p.m. to hear from CF retiree and Business and Community Liaison from Faithfully Guided Health Center, Debbie Bowe, who will talk about maintaining work-life balance during COVID-19. This new normal is