Monthly Archives: January 2019

Rave Alert On Tuesday, Jan. 22

CF will conduct a test of its RAVE Alert emergency notification system for all CF campus locations on Tuesday, Jan. 22, between 10:45 and 11 a.m., which is between second and third class periods. Students, faculty and staff are enrolled automatically and may receive messages via text, phone and email. To update your preferences, login

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CF Students Need You

Students on the Ocala Campus are interested in starting a College Republicans Club and a Young Politicians Club (nonpartisan). They have the students but they need you! Each group is looking for a club advisor. If you are interested in this and want to find out more, contact Mikel James at jamesm@cf.edu or ext. 1903. 

Parking Lot Closure, Jan. 16

Attention Faculty and Staff. Parking Lot 8 (Between Buildings 7, 8 and 11) will be blocked off on Wednesday, Jan. 16, for the Welcome Back and Club Rush Event. The lot will re-open around 2:30 p.m. the same day. Please share with your students so that they are prepared to make alternative parking arrangements. Thank you!

Are you ALL IN?

Each year, the CF Family Campaign encourages us to pause and take notice of the impact of private support on our college. Some of us give to support student scholarships. Others give to help enhance our classrooms and the quality of our programs. Or we give to support efforts that cannot financed for with state

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Fall Semester Spin Class Results

Indoor cycling (SPIN) classes have wrapped up for the fall term with the following notable accomplishments. Congratulations to Janet Roark (Financial Aid) and Sarah Satterfield (Humanities) for reaching the 6,000 mile mark and receiving their custom made blankets. Congratulations to the 740 riders who participated in the fall classes, which raises the overall number of

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Holiday Debt Solutions

If you went a little over your holiday budget, you’re not alone. According to Forbes, Americans spend nine times more on retail shopping during December than any other season. For a lot of people, that means incurring debt. But if you manage it right, credit cards and loans can actually work in your favor. Here’s

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