Which location is right for me?
You can take classes remotely through SF Online, or at one of seven locations:
THE NORTHWEST CAMPUS in Gainesville is the largest of SF’s locations and home of several hands-on academic programs, including construction and technical programs and the health sciences. It’s also home to favorite community destinations like the 10-acre Teaching Zoo, the Jackson N. Sasser Fine Arts Hall and the Kika Silva Pla Planetarium.
THE DAVIS CENTER is located in southwestern Alachua County in Archer and offers day and evening options for more than 40 classes.
THE PERRY CENTER FOR EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES is located near Progress Park in Alachua, where many graduates find jobs in their field. THE ANDREWS CENTER in downtown Starke is located in the historic Bradford County Courthouse.
THE WATSON CENTER in Keystone Heights has a state-of-the-art science lab and 40-acre preserve.
THE KIRKPATRICK CENTER, home of the Institute for Public Safety, is located near the Gainesville Regional Airport.
THE BLOUNT CENTER is located in the heart of downtown Gainesville. It’s home of the Center for Innovation and Economic Development (CIED), which provides services for start-up companies that drive the innovation economy in Gainesville. The college is currently expanding the center shown below. The new 87,366 square foot Blount Hall will become SF’s comprehensive center for business and IT education programs, as well as the college’s hub for entrepreneurial opportunities.