Dear CWA Students,
Presented here are the general requirements for graduation printed in the Santa Fe Community College Catalog.
To be eligible to receive a degree or certificate from SFCC, students must meet the following requirements as well as those listed under the specific program they wish to pursue.
a. Residency requirement: Transfer students must earn at least one-quarter of the total number of required credit hours (nine credit hours minimum) for the degree or certificate at SFCC. This shall include a minimum of one-quarter of the core requirements.
b. Technical or occupational course accepted in transfer may, with the approval of the appropriate dean, be substituted for SFCC course requirements. Such work might not apply toward courses in a major or toward general education requirements.
c. A GPA for all coursed accepted in transfer and for those used to meet graduation requirements must equal 2.0 or more.
The student graduates in the semester in which all graduation requirements are completed, even though there may not be a graduation ceremony scheduled for the semester.
Graduation With Honors
Students who have completed at least 25 percent of their required course work at SFCC and whose cumulative GPA falls within a certain range will graduate with honors. A notation to that effect will appear on the student’s transcript. Honors categories are as follows:
Subsequent Degrees and Certificates
A student who has earned an associate degree from SFCC and wishes to pursue another SFCC degree must earn at least 15 additional credits over and above the general studies requirements in the subsequent degree plan.
To qualify for an additional certificate, a student must earn at least nine more credits than those required to earn the previous certificate.
When steps 1-5 are complete, turn in the petition to graduate to your school. (For Business Administration majors, submit to School of Business and Applied Technologies in Room 322). You do not need to meet with an adviser at this time unless you have questions regarding your graduation and/or degree.
The division will review your petition and forward to records. You will receive a letter from Records regarding eligibility for graduation.
If you would like to talk about this process or your current program on your degree plan, please call Don Kerr 505-428-1852 or Janelle Johnson 505-428-1682.
For more information, please contact Don Kerr, 505-428-1852, firstname.lastname@example.org.