UPDATED: July 11, 2021
Remote learning at SFCC through Jan. 30
In an email to students and employees this morning, SFCC President Becky Rowley shared that the campus will begin the spring semester with mostly remote learning. Read the full message:
SFCC to require Covid-19 vaccines for all students, faculty, and staff who attend classes or work on campus
- By January 18, 2022: All students who attend classes in person, or come to Main Campus, the Santa Fe Higher Education Center, or College-operated facilities, are required to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19, have received at least one dose of an approved vaccine, or have obtained a vaccine exemption.
- As of November 30, 2021: All faculty and staff who work on campus or need to be at any College facility are required to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19, have received at least one dose of an approved vaccine, or have obtained a vaccine exemption. All faculty and staff are required to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 or have an approved exemption by Convocation on January 6, 2022.
Need help submitting your proof of vaccination? You can visit Room 209 (located on the SFCC West Wing) M-F, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. If you are unable to come to campus, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In accordance with public health orders, all SFCC employees, students, and visitors are required to wear a masks while on campus and to continue practicing social distancing of six feet apart.
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
SFCC’s current COVID-19 protocols:
- Masks are required.
- Practice social distancing
- Avoid congregating in groups.
- Avoid staying in public, indoor spaces for extended time periods.
- Children are allowed on campus. Masks required.
- Fully vaccinated? Please download the SFCC Health Screener app.
- Departments, programs, and unique spaces may require special protocols or safety requirements.
- Appointments are highly encouraged.
The majority of services are available and appointments are strongly encouraged. Many classes are being offered in an online capacity, however, please continue to communicate with your instructors or the Welcome and Advising Center for more details on the status of your class. Appointments are highly encouraged for anyone who plans to visit campus. Please call ahead to set up an appointment. View SFCC Directory and a list of Support Services.
The best way to thrive at SFCC and keep your families and communities safe is by getting your COVID-19 vaccinations.
The New Mexico Department of Health is now offering COVID-19 vaccine self-scheduling for New Mexicans 12 years and older. Use this registration system to schedule your COVID-19 Vaccine and Booster.
Also, watch this page for upcoming vaccine clinics: sfcc.edu/covid/vax/.
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 2.
Phases are determined based on the current rate of community spread, as outlined in SFCC CARES: COVID-19 Readiness Plan.
Preparing for Phase 1
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 email@example.com or call (505) 428-1222.