SFCC Student Weekly Connection 7/30

Good Morning SFCC Students! Check out this week’s announcements! We’re Open! We are happy to announce that several of our offices are open for in-person services.  Please see the on-campus guidelines below and be sure to call (505-428-1000) before you visit to ensure the office/service you need is open for […]

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SFCC Student Weekly Connection 7/23

Good Morning Students, Please see important updates below. We’re Open! We are happy to announce that several of our offices are open for in-person services.  Please see the on-campus guidelines below and be sure to call (505-428-1000) before you visit to ensure the office/service you need is open for in-person […]

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SFCC Student Weekly Connection 7/16

Good Afternoon Students, Please see important updates below. We’re Open! We are happy to announce that several of our offices are open for in-person services.  Please see the on-campus guidelines below and be sure to call (505-428-1000) before you visit to ensure the office/service you need is open for in-person […]

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SFCC Student Weekly Connection 7/9

Good Morning Students,Please see important updates below. We’re Open! We are happy to announce that several of our offices are open for in-person services.  Please see the on-campus guidelines below and be sure to call (505-428-1000) before you visit to ensure the office/service you need is open for in-person services.   […]

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Campus Update: Covid Protocols

Dear Students: As we begin to emerge from the challenges of pandemic restrictions, I am writing to update you on our current covid protocols. With more than 60 percent of eligible New Mexico residents fully vaccinated, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham announced an updated public health order. However, SFCC and the […]

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Updated Covid Protocols at SFCC, HEC

Dear Colleagues: Thank you for your support of SFCC covid protocols over these long months. As you may be aware, with more than 60 percent of eligible New Mexico residents fully vaccinated, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has announced an updated public health order: Those who have completed their vaccination series […]

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SFCC Student Weekly Connection 7/2

Good Morning Students, Please see important updates below. Get Your SFCC Transcripts Online Beginning July 1, SFCC’s transcript request process will be entirely online – no more submitting paper or PDF forms! Current and former students can visit https://www.sfcc.edu/get-grades/transcripts/ to be guided through the process.  There will be a $5 charge for […]

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SFCC Snapshot: Jerry Dakan

“I’ve been at Santa Fe Community College going on 11 years. I’ve been through a lot of changes at the college as well as changes in the culinary industry. What I like about SFCC the most is its willingness to adapt, to change to what our community really needs and […]

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SFCC Student Weekly Connection 6/18

Good Afternoon Students, Please see important updates below. Get Your SFCC Transcripts OnlineBeginning July 1, SFCC’s transcript request process will be entirely online – no more submitting paper or PDF forms! Current and former students can visit https://www.sfcc.edu/get-grades/transcripts/ to be guided through the process.  There will be a $5 charge for electronic […]

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PDAC/LATF Juneteenth BLM Statement

A year ago the SFCC President’s Diversity Advisory Committee (PDAC) released our statement decrying the murder of George Floyd and calling for Santa Fe Community College to become an actively anti-racist campus.  We specifically chose Juneteenth, or June 19th, memorialize June 19, 1865, when the last enslaved people in Texas […]

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SFCC Snapshot: Jackie Hatchel

“During my freshman year at Santa Fe High School, SFCC was part of a college fair where I was able to sit on a dolly set up with a camera. It was a preview of the film program that I didn’t know I would later take part in. When I […]

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SFCC Snapshot: Dan Bessette

“As a guinea pig for the Engineering Machining Program between Los Alamos National Laboratory and SFCC, I’m one of six students studying basic engineering and also how to work with metal. Eventually, we will be employed up in the Lab. I’m a little different than the other students in that […]

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