SFCC announces Veterans’ Scholarship recipients

  Frances Jessop and Wyetta Bradley awarded scholarships Santa Fe Community College announces that Wyetta Bradley and Frances Jessop were awarded Veterans’ scholarships. The scholarship fund for veterans and their dependents was established through a partnership among Santa Fe Community College Foundation, the City of Santa Fe Veterans Advisory Board and Read more ›

Campus Update: SFCC President Randy Grissom

Dear Colleagues: As previously reported, the SFCC Governing Board declared a financial emergency and under those constraints, approved a final budget for FY18 on May 31, which was submitted to the Higher Education Department. To respond to a changing world while maintaining our commitment to continuous quality improvement, the College must take new approaches Read more ›

Hablando de Nosotros: Talking about Ourselves

Join CDIL and the HEC for a quarterly community conversation series exploring individual and collective definitions and relationships to Hispanic identities. The next conversation in the series is from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 20 at the HEC (1950 Siringo Rd.) with the topic Sexuality and Hispanic, Latino and Chicano Identities. For more information Read more ›

Staff Senate Updates

Staff Appreciation Staff Senate will be hosting a Staff Appreciation event 10 a.m., Friday, June 2 in the Campus Center (or, if the weather permits, the Courtyard) to recognize the ongoing efforts and contributions made by staff members. Staff members are an integral part of the successes at SFCC and we want to celebrate you! Read more ›

TRiO 2017 Achiever’s Dinner

TRiO students celebrated successes during this year's Achiever's Dinner on May 3. Twenty-two graduating TRiO students as well as TRiO students who made the Dean’s list celebrated with TRiO staff, tutors and administrators. Guest speaker, Andre Jones, SFCC and TRiO alumnus, shared his story and his hard-won thoughts about perseverance. “No one has a Read more ›

Nurses Pinning Celebration

On Thursday, May 11, a celebratory pinning ceremony welcomed 48 nursing graduates, including 12 students who had come from ITT Tech after it abruptly closed. Kicking off the festive ceremony was a surprise for Dean of School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math Jenny Landen. Dr. Nancy Ridenour, Nurse Practitioner, Fellow of Read more ›

SFCC Celebrates Success

Saturday's Commencement ceremony honored the 725 graduates, who earned 874 awards (certificates and degrees). About 300 graduates and their guests filled the Pueblo Pavilion where Cindy Nava addressed the graduating class. The nationally recognized Latina motivational speaker energized the audience by concluding her speech, which was aired live on Facebook, by asking people to stand, Read more ›

Celebrate the High School Equivalency Certificate Graduation

Over 100 students will receive their High School Equivalency Certificate (HSE) at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 17 in the William C. Witter Fitness Education Center. Dr. Barbara Damron, New Mexico Cabinet Secretary of Education, will be the ceremony's keynote speaker. HSE graduates Maria Luisa Ortega and Dameko Salguero were selected by their teachers Read more ›

SFCC Leadership Academy Celebrates Class of 2017

Forty-four graduates of SFCC Leadership Academy — along with family members, fellow employees and members of administration — came together Thursday to celebrate their completion of the nine-month professional development program. Speakers included President Randy Grissom, Daniel Gutierrez and David Markwardt. Testimonials were given by John Apodaca, Tiffany Bracamontes, John Gorman, Lucia Lucero, Ellen Joy Read more ›

Title V Grant Application Submitted

SFCC's Office of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness reports that the Title V grant application was successfully submitted April 24. It was one of the most collaborative grant application processes that SFCC has undergone. Various campus constituent groups from faculty and staff were approached to provide feedback to the application and Guided Pathways was determined to Read more ›