SFCC to Close Friday, April 18, for Spring Holiday
Santa Fe Community College will close on Friday, April 18, for Spring Holiday. No classes or activities will be held and no other student services will be available. All campus facilities will be closed, including the college’s child care center Kids Campus and gym, the Witter Fitness Education Center. The campus will reopen on Monday, April 21.
La Familia Dental Clinic, which is hosted on campus, will maintain its normal hours of 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. Learn more about the Spring Holiday Closure.
SFCC to Celebrate Student Writing Award Winners
SFCC’s emerging writers will showcase their work during the Student Writing Awards Celebration, on Thurs., May 1 at 6 p.m. at Collected Works Bookstore, 202 Galisteo St. The recipient of the Richard Bradford Memorial Creative Writing Scholarship also will be announced. More than a dozen writers representing the diverse community at SFCC will read from their winning works. Learn more about the Student Writing Awards.
SFCC Culinary arts Garden and Programs on KSFR
Garden Consultant Erin O’Neill introduced readers to the benefits and challenges of gardening in the desert. Dean Patricia Finn and Erin were interviewed last week about Culinary Arts programs and activities on KSFR 101.1 FM’s show “Cline’s Corner.” Listen to show at this link. Dean Patricia Finn and Erin were interviewed last week about Culinary Arts programs and activities on KSFR 101.1 FM’s show “Cline’s Corner.” Listen to the Cline's Corner Interview.
SFCC, NMSU Partner to Offer BSN in Santa Fe
Santa Fe Community College, in collaboration with New Mexico State University and the New Mexico Nursing Education Consortium (NMNEC), will soon train nursing students to earn a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing degree. Students will be able to take the bachelor’s-level program through the community college without leaving Santa Fe. Learn more about the BSN degree at SFCC.
"A Taste of Italy"
On Weds., April 23 at 6 p.m., you can help raise funds for a student trip to Italy while you enjoy a delicious feast prepared by SFCc Culinary Arts Students. "A Taste of Italy" tickets are $50. Call Kelly Smith of the SFCC Foundation at 505-428-1855 to order tickets. Learn more about A Taste of Italy Fundraiser.
30 Days of Fitness Fest
Thirty could be your lucky number! SFCC is celebrating its 30th Anniversary with free fitness classes during the month of April. The Fitness Education Center “Fit Fest” will offer the free classes at the rate of one each day throughout the month of April for the first 30 participants to sign up. Classes include Aqua Zumba, Race Walk Fundamentals, Yoga, Boot Camp Fitness, Pickle Ball, Tennis, TRX Suspension Training, and more. Read news release about Fit Fest, or go to the Fit Fest page.
Santa Fe Community College Celebrates Earth Week and Solar Fiesta
SFCC takes Earth Day to the next level by celebrating Earth Week. From April 21 through April 27, the college comes to life with daily events, including tours, presentations, screenings, and more. Events are free and open to the community. Learn more about Earth Week at SFCC. Read about events at Solar Fiesta at SFCC.
SFCC Expands Adobe Building and Conservation Program
Santa Fe Community College is expanding its Adobe Building classes this spring, training students in both building and conservation techniques. Cornerstones Community Partnerships is offering a $500 scholarship to any student at SFCC who intends to earn an Associate in Applied Science in Building Science and Construction Technologies degree, with a concentration in Adobe Building. Learn more about the Cornertsones Partnership Scholarship.
A Quarter Mile of Art Exhibit
You might see artwork appearing throughout the West Wing and hear hammering on the walls. It’s the “Quarter Mile of Art…Plus” installation showcasing student, faculty and staff artwork and contributions from writers in the School of Liberal Arts. This exhibit was not only designed to honor Robert Rauschenberg but to honor and celebrate the community of this college.
SFCC Announces AARP “BACK TO WORK 50+” Grant
Northern New Mexico women age 50+ seeking help to get back on their feet in the workforce now have a new option to support that goal. Santa Fe Community College has been named one of 12 community colleges nationwide – and the only one in New Mexico – to participate in AARP Foundation’s BACK TO WORK 50+ Initiative through a new collaboration with the American Association of Community Colleges. Read news release about the "AARP 50+" Grant.
SFCC’s Visual Arts Gallery presents Gray, Matters: An Exhibition of Contemporary Native American Art + Design, curated by David Gaussoin from March 27 to April 22, 2014. The exhibit features 13 artists. Read news release about the Gray, Matters event.
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