Campus Update: COVID-19 Vaccine Resources – Jan. 8, 2021

 Dear Campus Community,  One of the bright spots in 2021 is the rollout of a vaccine. The state this week announced the launch of an enhanced vaccine registration website. I want to encourage you to enroll soon, so our state can more effectively distribute the vaccine and notify you when vaccine doses will be […]

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SFCC Student Weekly Connection Jan. 15, 2021

Good Morning and Happy New Year SFCC Students!! Please read below for important information and updates. FREE FOOD 1)  The Campus Cupboard is offering FREE FOOD distribution each Friday from 12-4pm.  Students can drive-up to the West Wing for a contactless pick-up.  We currently do not require any student identifiable proof.  Students […]

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SFCC Snapshot: Belinda Avila

“I’m working on getting my GED through SFCC’s Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training (I-BEST) Program. I’m already a dental assistant. On January 19, I start my Certificate Program to be a Nursing Assistant. In the fall, I’ll start the program for becoming a Medical Assistant. The I-BEST program helps […]

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Niki McKay

“The best way for high school students to understand how college operates is to take a college class and immerse themselves in the process. With SFCC’s Dual Credit program, students receive credit for the class from the high school and the college that can transfer to other colleges and universities. […]

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Shared Services ERP Update December 15, 2020

Dear Colleagues: After months of incredibly hard work by dozens of our colleagues here and at our partner colleges at CNM, Clovis Community College, Northern New Mexico College, and San Juan College with the Shared Services Enterprise Resource Planning initiative, I am pleased to announce that our Shared Services ERP […]

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SFCC’s Dec. 2020 Respiratory Care Graduates

The Santa Fe Community College recently celebrated its Respiratory Care AAS degree graduates in a virtual celebration. Our state and community needs these graduates. We’re so proud of their hard work to complete during this challenging time. Here are the graduates as shown in the photo:Top Let to right:Vincent Benavidez, […]

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Luke Spangenburg

Luke Spangenburg, who died on Sept. 5, 2020, was a nationally recognized leader in the Algae and Biofuels industry was known for his collaborations with educational development programs. He worked on projects with the Department of Energy, National Renewable Energy Labs, Sandia National Lab, Los Alamos National Lab and EPSCoR, as well as on a variety of industry collaborations. Luke Spangenburg was involved with […]

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SFCC Student Weekly Connection December 4, 2020

Good Morning SFCC Students!! Please read below for important information and updates. Commencement The virtual Fall 2020 commencement will be on Friday, December 12 at 10AM.  The link will be shared with all graduates and distributed next week!  Congratulations to all Fall 2020 graduates! COVID-19As you may have heard NM’s […]

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Campus Update, Nov. 28

Email from President Becky Rowley to faculty, staff and students on Nov. 28. Dear SFCC Community, Your safety continues to be Santa Fe Community College’s highest priority. In order to minimizing the spread of Covid-19 on our campus, I am announcing that SFCC will close for two weeks, beginning Monday […]

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SFCC Student Weekly Connection November 20, 2020

Good Morning SFCC Students!! Please read below for important information and updates. COVID-19 As you may have heard NM’s COVID-19 cases are on the rise.  Below is some information you may find helpful as we are collectively navigating through the challenges this pandemic may be creating for you and your […]

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Governor’s Public Health Order & SFCC

November 14, 2020 Dear Students, Faculty and Staff: Governor Lujan Grisham has re-enacted statewide public health orders, including a shelter in place directive, effective Monday, Nov. 16 through Monday, Nov. 30. Beginning Monday, all New Mexicans are instructed to shelter in place. “You should stay at home except for only the most essential trips – for […]

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