Campus Reopening Plan

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UPDATED: April 15, 2021

SFCC continues to offer classes primarily online for the Summer 2021 Semester. The campus remains closed to the public. The SFCC COVID Taskforce meets frequently to plan out its campus reopening on a limited basis.

On May 15, President Rowley provided a campus update to congratulate graduates and respond to the state’s updated masking guidelines. The update details campus masking guidelines, return to campus and telecommuting policy,

SFCC primarily follows guidelines and public health orders from the New Mexico Department of Health.

Registration is taking place now for Summer 2021 — Classes begin June 7.

Registration for Fall 2021 classes begins June 1. For help registering, please contact the Welcome and Advising Center.

The New Mexico Department of Health is now offering COVID-19 vaccine self-scheduling for New Mexicans 40 years and older. Use this registration system to schedule your COVID-19 Vaccine and Booster.

What actions should I take if feel like I or someone I know has been exposed to COVID-19? View SFCC COVID Guidelines for Students and Employees 

Student Update from President Becky Rowley, Spring Semester

Employee Update and Vaccine Information from President Rowley, Spring Semester

Campus Update: Travel, Campus Open Status and Health Practices

If you need to get tested for COVID-19 please call 855-600-3453 |Si necesita hacerse una prueba de COVID-19 por favor hable al número siguiente: 855-600-3453

If you have questions about the information listed on this page, please contact any office or area directly using our College Directory

SFCC’s return to on-campus activity will occur in phases and will involve the careful evaluation of data and public health recommendations.

The college is currently in Phase 1.  

Phases are determined based on the current rate of community spread, as outlined in SFCC CARES: COVID-19 Readiness Plan.

Compiled from materials in SFCC CARES: Campus Readiness Plan.

Protocols will evolve over time and are guided by recommendations from the State of New Mexico, the New Mexico Department of Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the New Mexico Department of Higher Education.

Do you need a laptop or internet access for online classes? SFCC has hotspots and laptops available for checkout. You must be a credit-seeking student and be registered for the Spring semester to qualify for this program. 
Request an appointment | Please follow on-campus protocols
Questions?  Email laptop@sfcc.edu or call (505) 428-1222.