Join us for the annual wellness screening and help the college win up to $15,000! Ocala Campus, Klein Conference Center Oct. 4, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Citrus Campus, Citrus Learning and Conference Center, Room 103 Oct. 5, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Make an appointment for your health screening using the Blue Cross Blue
The college will host a lecture about the global state of education for girls and young women Monday, Sept. 12, from 4 to 6 p.m., at the Webber Center. Guest speaker Juan Prawda, former deputy under-secretary in the Mexican Ministry of Education and lead education specialist in the World Bank, will discuss women’s struggle for
RECOGNITION Dr. Jim Henningsen thanked Joyce Brancato for her service as chair of the District Board of Trustees in 2015-2016. ENROLLMENT UPDATE The college community is collaborating on numerous and diverse projects to optimize enrollment. Dr. Jillian Ramsammy, vice president of Institutional Advancement and College Relations, and Dr. Saul Reyes, vice President of Student Affairs,
The Webber Gallery will present the Florida Watercolor Society’s 45th Annual Exhibition Sept. 6-Oct. 21. A reception will be held Friday, Sept. 23, from 5:30-7 p.m. The exhibit and reception are free to attend. With more than 1,100 members, the Florida Watercolor Society is one of the largest state-based watercolor societies in the U.S. This
The Appleton Museum of Art, College of Central Florida, will present “Drawing to Sculpture: John Raimondi,” through Oct. 30. This unique exhibition showcases both the vast range of the artist’s 45-year career and the inspirational and creative processes that lead to the fabrication and installation of Raimondi’s renowned public-scale sculptures. The artist will present a
The college’s new Fallen Officer Memorial, adjacent to the Criminal Justice Institute at the Ocala Campus, was dedicated Wednesday, Aug. 24. The memorial, a wall that bears a seal, along with plaques, is dedicated to CF law enforcement academy graduates who died int he line of duty: Marion County Sheriff’s Office deputies William Rutherford and
More details on these upcoming events will be sent via broadcast email. Flexible Spending Account Open Enrollment Aug. 29–Sept. 18 Custom Benefits on Campus: Ocala Campus – Sept. 15-16, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Founders Hall, Room 105 Citrus Campus – Sept. 15, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Citrus Learning and Conference Center, Room 105 Visit the Employee Benefits page
“Pursuit” is a monthly wellness newsletter from Florida Blue Health. In the September 2016 issue: Understanding Zika Virus Getting Ready for Your New Addition Foam Rolling is Good for your Health Success Story: Balancing Wellness and Work Fresh and Healthy Recipe of the Month: Sicilian Cauliflower Read the September 2016 Issue of Florida Blue Pursuit.
Join the AFC CF Chapter for the first meeting of the year Wednesday, Aug. 31, from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Learn what AFC is all about, how you can get involved, and hear what is planned for 2016-2017. Meetings will be held in the Bryant Student Union, Room 203, the Citrus Learning and Conference Center, Room 105,
CF will be going for gold in 2016-2017. At convocation Aug. 18, President Henningsen congratulated faculty and staff on a job well done in 2015-2016 and asked the CF family to continue serving students to the best of our abilities. “All of us have a role in helping students succeed,” said Henningsen. “From our facilities
Florida College System Chancellor Madeline M. Pumariega visited the Ocala Campus Wednesday, Aug. 17, to present a check for $26,859 to the CF Foundation Board. Nearly $14,000 is for Florida Blue Nursing Scholarships, which aim to relieve the nursing shortage. The balance is for Helios Education Foundation Scholarships and Dream Makers Scholarship Awards, which are
AFC and CPEC members: Do you have creative writing skills? Your short essay could win you $100! It’s easy to enter: just review this year’s topic, write your essay, and submit it by Oct. 1. The winner will be announced at the CPEC Business Meeting at the AFC Annual Conference in November. Download the entry
This year marks the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The CF 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony will be at 9 a.m. Monday, Sept. 12, at the Office of Student Life, Building 11, Patio.
The College of Central Florida Community School of the Arts is now offering private and group music lessons to young people interested in making music an important part of their lives. “We are excited to take this step toward better preparation of our future music students,” said Dr. Jennifer Fryns, CF dean of Arts and
Vacation Leave Balances This is our annual reminder to those staff that accrue vacation leave. Even though December 31st seems like a long way off, please be reminded that the college’s policy 6.14 regarding the accrual of vacation time limits the amount of days which may be carried over each year. The policy states that
SEPT. 20 UPDATE: The United Way Online Auction is slated for Nov. 7-18. If you have an item or service to auction off, please send a brief description and photos to Cara Bennett. United Way pledge cards are now being collected, and the annual United Way silent auction is set to begin soon. Forms are
The CF Chapter of the Association of Florida Colleges is conducting two yearlong service projects for local schools. Box Tops for Education labels are being collected for College Park Elementary. Clip the labels from food packages and send them to Staci Biondini, Ewers Century Center, Room 102. The Citrus Campus is collecting non-perishable food for
Chenita Hart, assistant director of Admissions and Advising Services, received the Career and Professional Employees Council Whale Done Award from Tamala Williams July 26. The Whale Done award is passed quarterly from the current award holder to another person on campus who has gone above and beyond in service to the college. The CF Advising
Measure Up Marion will offer a free “Quit Your Way” series Thursdays, Feb. 2 to March 9, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Marion Technical College, 1014 SW 7th Road, Room 080F. Receive free nicotine replacement patches, gum and lozenges (while supplies last). Pre-registration is required. Call 1-866-341-2730 to register.