Welcome to SFCC
We’re Here to Help! At SFCC you will find your path to academic and job success. Discover outstanding faculty, excellent programs, affordable tuition and support throughout your journey.
Resources to Help You Succeed
SFCC offers a wide range of services to help you accomplish your goals: Exceptional faculty, dedicated service staff, online advising and more.
Welcome and Advising Center
If you are a new or returning student at SFCC, the Welcome and Advising Center is staffed with friendly people who can help you get started! Remote Academic Advising appointments are now available.
Find Your Credit Classes
Look up your credit classes and learn more about Spring Semester 2021, which begins Jan. 19. Classes will primarily be offered online during the Spring.
Noncredit classes in everything from art and fitness to technology skills and professional development.
The SFCC online catalog is a comprehensive source of college information, including classes and degree programs.
New Student Checklist
A step-by-step guide on how to register for classes at SFCC.
Synchronous vs. Asynchronous?
Online classes are offered in two formats: Online LIVE (Synchronous) and Online ? (Asynchronous). Learn more about the differences between the two.
Remote academic advising appointments are now available. Schedule a virtual appointment with your academic advisor
Online Learning Resources
SFCC offers a range of online learning resources and personnel to help you succeed in your virtual learning this fall. View a comprehensive list here.
Get Technology Support
Need help logging into your account? Curious about WiFi hot spots in campus parking lots? Need a laptop? Contact our Technology Service Desk for answer to these and many other technology-related questions.
Library Curbside Service T & Th 11 a.m.; Wed 3 p.m.
The SFCC Library is offering curbside services for the spring semester. Students, faculty, and staff may request library items for pickup.
NNMC Info Session: Psychology & Liberal Arts Students
Dr.Tara Lopez, Chair of Integrated Studies Program, will present Northern's Bachelor of Arts degree for students interested in Criminal Justice, Psychology & Humanities
What We Owe Children: Something Better than School with Stephen DeGiulio
We hear that the US public education system is failing, especially for the less privileged. Can we apply science to ensure that our next generation of professionals, social leaders, and workers of all kinds acquire the skills and knowledge they need to understand our environmental and human needs?
Governing Board Budget Work Session
The Governing Board of Santa Fe Community College (SFCC) will meet in a Special Budget Work Session on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. Because of the current public health emergency and the current campus closure, this Special Meeting will not be held in person. Board meetings are open to the public. The public […]