Benefits of DeafTEC training

More than 35 SFCC faculty and staff attended a workshop to adapt their teaching and communication styles to foster better learning for deaf and hard of hearing students. DeafTEC, a National Science Foundation-funded Center of Excellence, presented the Project Access workshop on August 9, 2017 and was supported through Carl D. […]

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¡Palabra!: Human Rights

Human Rights: are rights that are inherent to all human beings, regardless of nationality, place of residence, gender, national or ethnic origin, color, religion, ability, sexual orientation, language, or any other condition. All people are entitled to these rights without discrimination. Source: adapted from www.ohchr.org Los derechos humanos : son […]

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¡Palabra!: Microaggressions

Microaggressions: are day to day environmental, verbal, and non-verbal slights and insults that intentionally or unintentionally communicate hostile, derogatory, and negative messages about people based solely on their belonging to marginalized groups. These common and subtle moments of humiliation may seem harmless, but throughout life, can lead to increased morbidity […]

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¡Palabra!: Immigrant

Immigrant: Someone who moves to one country or region and intends to reside permanently in that country or region. Immigration means “in- migration” into a country, and is the reverse is emigration, or “out-migration.” The long term and/or permanent movement of human population in general, whether into, out of, or […]

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¡Palabra!: Gentrification

Gentrification: The process of renewal and reconstruction that accompanies the influx of middle and upper class residents. Gentrification often displaces poorer residents because they can no longer afford to pay rent, eat, and live in gentrified areas. Source: comunidades-justas.org La gentrificación: Es el proceso de renovación y reconstrucción que acompaña […]

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¡Palabra!: Internalized Oppression

Internalized Oppression: The internalization of destructive feelings and behaviors experienced by the victims of oppression, which then lead to inaccurate beliefs about themselves and other members of the same target group. A vehicle that makes possible collusion of recipients. Source: comunidades-justas.org La opresión internalizada: La internalización de los sentimientos y […]

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Aug.16 FUNdit Win Gift Certificate

FUNDit SFCC is an interactive, informative session that will provide you with the tools you need to raise $$$ and in-kind contributions for your key programs, projects and priorities. The presenter Jean Block is a national expert on fundraising whose trainings are high energy and rewarding. Those who make reservations […]

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Welcome Our New Registrar

Kathleen is native Santa Fean, having been born and raised here and a graduate of Santa Fe High School and the University Of New Mexico. Her bachelor’s degree is in Vocational Home Economics Education with a minor in Political Science. So how did she become a Registrar? As many know…..no […]

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Governing Board Approves Policies

The policies listed below were established or revised and were approved by the SFCC Governing Board during the spring semester. Please click on the links below to learn about each of these. It would also be helpful to become familiar with their Procedures. 2-12 Student Records 2-18 Registered Student Organizations […]

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NMPSIA Announces Increases

Related to the budget, we have received notice that the New Mexico Public Schools Insurance Authority is making copayment plan changes on the medical plans effective May 1, 2017. There will also be prescription copay changes effective July 1. And, effective October 1, there will be a 3.98% premium increase on […]

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¡Palabra!: Transgender

Transgender: A term referring to a person whose gender identity or gender role performance does not “match” what society considers to be “appropriate” for one’s sex assigned at birth. A Transgender person is someone whose gender display at least sometimes runs contrary to what other people in the same culture […]

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