Learn about TRiO from our students

“TRIO is a place where I feel comfortable and I can do my studies without interruptions. If I need help I can get the help that I need. There is tutoring if needed and a computer lab just for TRIO students.” –Michelle Plummer TRiO is a federally funded grant program […]

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SFCC students receive LANL Foundation Scholarships

The LANL Foundation and invited guests on Aug. 8 celebrated the recipients in three scholarship categories. Nine of the scholarship recipients attend SFCC. Northern New Mexico Tribal Business Scholarships support Native students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in business-related fields. Regional College/Returning Student (RCRS) Scholarships are awarded to nontraditional students seeking […]

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‘Aventurera’ film screening event Aug. 17

Save the Date – ‘Aventurera,’ a free film screening event at Midtown Campus Quad, Aug. 17. The Santa Fe Arts Commission, Santa Fe Community College and Center for Contemporary Arts present Spanish Language Night: an outdoor screening. Festivities begin at 6 p.m. and screening begins at 8 p.m., Friday Aug. […]

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Learn about TRiO from our students

TRiO is like a second home to me. It’s a place where I always feel welcome, where I can do homework, get academic advising, attend workshops and make friends. –Amelia Escobar TRiO is a federally funded grant program to support eligible Santa Fe Community College students. The program services income […]

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¡Palabra!: Undocumented Immigrants

Undocumented immigrants are foreign nationals who entered the United States without authorization or entered legally but remained in the United States without authorization. However, undocumented youth and students usually have no role in the decision to come to this country. They are usually brought to this country by relatives, and […]

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Jake Lovato and Peter Garbett participate in Skills USA

  Welding instructor Jake Lovato and SFCC welding student Peter Garbett traveled to Skills USA in Lexington, Kentucky. Garbett earned a seventh place with a score of 91.79 percent in welding sculpture competition. He also earned a certificate in welding sculpture. Both Lovato and Garbett participated in a community service […]

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Charlie Shultz: Kika de la Garza Fellow for the USDA

  Lead faculty of the Controlled Environment Agriculture program (Richard C.) Charlie Shultz spent two weeks at the end of June in Washington D.C. as a Kika de la Garza Fellow for the USDA. Shultz said, “I was selected to serve as a Faculty member of a Hispanic Serving Institution […]

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¡Palabra!: Femme

Femme is someone who identifies themselves as feminine, whether it be physically, mentally or emotionally. Often used to refer to a feminine-presenting queer woman. Source: http://www.pflagatl.org/lgbt-glossary/ Femme es alguien que se identifica como femenina, ya sea física, mental o emocionalmente. Termino a menudo usado para referirse a una mujer gay […]

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Learn about TRiO from our students

Trio is like family; they are always making sure I have the resources I need. They offer advice and assistance to help with you reach your goals and earn a degree. They provide support and different types of training in small group workshops that I find very helpful. -Tara Duran […]

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¡Palabra!: Xenophobia

Xenophobia: The fear or contempt of foreigners or strangers. The term is typically used to describe fear or dislike of foreigners or in general of people different from one’s self. Source: Language Justice Network Xenofobia: El miedo o desprecio a extrangeros o extraños. El término es usado típicamente para describir […]

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