Please encourage students to visit the CF website to get the latest information on changes that have occurred throughout this transition. A new Resources page has been created for current students. The COVID-19 FAQs will continue to be updated as changes occur.
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For security and efficiency, we will close selected buildings that will not be open to the public. At the Ocala Campus, the Ewers Century Center, Bryant Student Union, University Center, Health Sciences and Criminal Justice Building will remain open with a few staff members to allow students internet access as well as to complete selected
As a reminder, we have developed a temporary Telecommuting Procedure and Work From Home Guidance communication to direct your work over the coming weeks. Please review the documents carefully to be sure you understand your role and responsibilities. The IT Department has posted procedures for setting up VPN on a home computer so that you
For the latest information on CF campus updates please visit the FAQs on our website located at www.CF.edu/HealthAlert.
March 23, 2020 Good Morning CF Team: A lot has happened since we left for spring break. While we were away from campus, our COVID-19 response team met frequently via conference call to make decisions on how to keep our employees and students safe, and to identify the support needed for faculty and staff to
March 10, 2020 To all CF Faculty, Staff, and Students, The health and safety of our students and employees are among our highest priorities. As we prepare to close for Spring Break, please know that CF administration is continuing to monitor updates on coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) by the Centers for Disease Control and Florida
In preparation for the 2020 hurricane season, Ocala Electric Utility will be doing repairs and service upgrades to the Ocala Campus electrical service. This work will require two outages on Thursday, March 19, which is during spring break. All campus electrical service will be down for 10 to 20 minutes at 8 a.m. and 20
CF will be moving to a cashier-less/self-checkout method of paying student tuition bills starting May 13. Due to our growth and rapid change of payment systems, students may register and make payment using their mobile phones or a computer. This will allow students to have a quicker checkout process. Once a student registers online using
The Ocala Campus Student Activities Board is hosting a charity drive for the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Center. They are collecting donations for the women’s shelter in Marion County. Items may be dropped off in Student Life, Building 11, through March 25. Donations include the following: laundry detergent garbage bags band aids children’s medications
We wish our CF Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams continued success as they play in the state tournament. Our women’s team plays tonight against Palm Beach and our men’s team play in the semifinal on Friday against Gulf Coast State. Go Patriots!
The Appleton Museum of Art has launched a free mobile app that enriches museum visitor experiences. The Appleton app provides two mobile tour options, one for children and one for adults. Through its navigational map, tours include stops on the first and second floor permanent collection galleries, as well as outside in the Sculpture Walk.
Dear CF Team: Thank you to all who have supported the CF Family Campaign. If you haven’t made a donation to support learning at CF, it’s not too late. In fact, it’s never too late! We are working together to impact enrollment in some new and not-so-new ways. On Feb. 20, we will host Dare
Thank you to each and every one of you who contributed to this year’s CF Family Campaign! Special thanks to our co-chairs Dr. Charles McIntosh and Rory Wells and all of our committee department representatives for their commitment to Right Here! Right Now! CF Family Campaign Supporters, please join us at our wrap up celebration:
Thanks to everyone who participated in Tuesday’s Professional Development Day. Please take a moment to complete this brief survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Feb11ProfDevDaysurvey2020. If you don’t have a copy of Jean Twenge’s book iGen and would like one, contact Jim Meier at email@example.com or at ext. 1485 and one will be sent to you by inter-office mail.
Thank you to those that have already given to the CF Family Campaign! With five days remaining we are at 84%. Dr. Charles McIntosh, co-chair for the CF Family Campaign, shares his thoughts on the campaign. “As a former CF student and now employee, I can personally attest to the importance of scholarships and endowed
The Gabor Awards process begins with your nominations! Each year, CF recognizes three employees who have demonstrated outstanding contributions to our students, college and community. One employee is selected from each of the following categories: Faculty – Counselors, Instructors, Librarians Career Service Administrative/Professional Eligible Gabor Award recipients are full-time employees who have been on the college
Dear CF Team, I am happy to share that we are now among the top 1% of colleges in the nation for affordability. CF is No. 29 among the four-year public or private colleges for lowest tuition on the U.S. Department of Education College Affordability and Transparency List. This is great news for our students.
CF welcomes these new employees or those who have transitioned to a new role. Steve Abbruzzi, Faculty, Health Sciences Teri Cumpton, Faculty, Sciences Marie Davidson, Staff Assistant III, Business and Technology Philip Geistfeld, Assessment and Accommodations Specialist, Disability Services Alivia Gibson, Staff Assistant III, Health Sciences Lisa Joranlien, Faculty, Physical Therapy Assistant, Health Sciences Lauren
The CF Foundation is offering $8,500 in New Initiative Grants. These grants will fund any project or activity chosen by the selection committee that promotes the college’s goals, learning-centered values and vision on our campuses and in our community. Two $2,500 grants are available in the following categories: $2,500 to Career Service Employees ($500 honorarium
Every day you help to transform a life. Whether in the classroom, in the advising center, or from your desk, you impact the life of a CF student. We help our community be a better place to live and work. Gifts of all sizes add up to make a big difference for students, their families,