A Media Arts Student Exhibition is on display in the Santa Fe Community College Visual Arts Gallery through Friday, April 12. The exhibition, “Confluence: direction + delineation” includes work incorporating animations, video, photography, Photoshop, digital painting, typography and advanced digital projects. Also, the outside display case features a tribute displaying work by students of long-time […]
Academic advisor Melba Ramos reports that last week’s Transfer Day was a great success. “Many schools expressed interest in coming back to SFCC soon because they got to talk to so many students interested in their programs.” Stay tuned for more info on visitors to the SFCC Transfer Station!
The college extends its condolences to the family and friends of Anita Quintana, who recently passed away. She began working as an adjunct faculty member in the Media Arts department in August 2006. In the display case outside the Visual Arts Gallery features a tribute displaying work by students of the long-time media arts instructor. […]
Student Involvement Coordinator Mary Eleas kicked off festivities at the closing ceremony of Black History Month on Feb. 28 by introducing interim president Cecilia Cervantes, Ph.D. who spoke about the college’s commitment to diversity and providing a welcoming campus to all. She introduced Santa Fe Mayor Alan Webber and spoke of SFCC’s ongoing dialog with […]
Milton Riess, department head of the SFCC Film Program, commends his students on their spring capstone project efforts: “The past two weekends have been GREAT for our Film Department. We are in production of our Spring Capstone film project. You should all be proud of the accomplishments SFCC’s students are doing. I have been in […]
All Faculty (including Adjunct), Staff and Administrators The Job Assessment Tool (JAT) deadline has been extended to 8 a.m., Wed., Feb. 20 Santa Fe Community College has contracted with Evergreen Solutions to conduct a compensation study. This study is being conducted to ensure accurate job classifications and associated duties. It will also enable the implementation […]
SFCC Celebrated Head Covernings Around the World Santa Fe Community College students, faculty, staff and members of the community celebrated Head Coverings from Around the World on Jan. 31. Head coverings are an important part of fashion and dress in many faiths and cultures; and among all genders. People got to try on headcoverings (including […]
Daniel Johnson, SFCC class of 2018, received the 2018 award for “Recognition of outstanding school, community and industry achievements and for generous contributions of time and effort”. Johnson is currently attending NM Tech to become a Welding Engineer. Clayton Peshlakai, SFCC welding instructor was named American Welding Society (AWS) 2018 Welding Instructor of the year.
To Faculty- We all know the cost of textbooks can be a significant barrier for our students. SFCC Library strives to provide equitable access to required materials by maintaining a collection of Course Reserves available for 2-hour checkout in the Library. Students can photocopy or scan needed chapters or just read/work on their assignments here […]
U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Luján, the highest ranking Hispanic serving in the U.S. House of Representatives, talked to Santa Fe Community College’s 2018 graduates about the importance of getting an education, using your education and voting. He also reflected upon the college’s 35th anniversary and the role his father, the late Ben Luján, played in the […]
SFCC celebrated first class receiving Early Childhood Development Certificates through classes taught in Spanish
SFCC has its first group of Early Childhood Development graduates who are Spanish-speakers who took all of their classes in Spanish. SFCC had 45 students who received their certificates during the graduation ceremony on Dec. 8, 2018. There’s a huge demand for those grads in our community. Jennifer Duran-Sallee, Director of the Early Childhood Center […]
On Dec. 5 the 2018 Nursing cohort held the traditional pinning ceremony. The graduates, who received an AAS in Nursing include Andrew Boe, Loretto Garcia and Dan Harada. The BSN Nursing graduates are Abigail Beagle, Heathe Galeano, Amy King, Marlena Lewis, Scott Martin, Andrew Meyer, Matthew Moody, Ashlyn Nunley, Marcos Perez, Darlene Quintana, Saira Rio, Kelly […]
Santa Fe Community College continued its activities for Native American Heritage month on Nov. 27. The movie Wind River was shown. The film centers on the disappearance of an indigenous woman. The SFCC community was invited to the Courtyard for the Red Sand Project. The organization encourages public art (sometimes sidewalk) projects that incorporate red […]