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SFCC Coronavirus (COVID-19) Administrative Updates

Campus Update, May 15: Masks and a Return to Campus

Dear Colleagues: I would first like to congratulate the SFCC graduates participating in the SFCC Virtual Commencement Ceremony, this morning at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 15. A live stream production of the event can be viewed on YouTube and on SFCVTV-16 on Comcast. The virtual ceremony will salute graduates who completed either in […]

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Campus Update, May 3, 2021

Dear Colleagues, There is no easy way to communicate about personnel and organizational changes, but I’d like to update you on recent reductions in force and program closures at SFCC. The Covid-19 pandemic has given rise to enormous and sweeping financial challenges to businesses and organizations far and wide. Unfortunately, […]

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SFCC COVID-19 Update (Students) — March 3, 2021

Dear SFCC Students, Congratulations on your hard work and dedication to reach the midpoint of Spring Semester 2021. I know it has not always been easy and I hope you have a restful and safe week to recharge for the remainder of the term. Circumstances around COVID-19 continue to rapidly […]

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Campus Update, Feb. 23, 2021

Dear Colleagues, Thanks to the decrease in statewide Covid-19 cases, the number of counties moving to yellow and green, and the arrival of a vaccine, we can look forward with more optimism to returning to a fuller version of campus life. However, we are not there yet. We must remain […]

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SFCC President: Welcome to the Spring Semester 2021

Dear Students, Faculty, and Staff: Welcome to the spring semester at Santa Fe Community College! We are glad you are part of the college community. Together, we can make it through this pandemic. Together, we can ensure that each one of us enjoys all of the benefits and opportunities that […]

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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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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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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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SFCC President: Important COVID-19 Fall Semester Update

Dear Colleagues, Today, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham announced increased efforts to help counteract the rising case count of COVID-19 in our state. Last week was New Mexico’s worst seven-day period for coronavirus disease since the pandemic began, according to the Governor’s Office. I want to emphasize that, while […]

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SFCC President Fall Semester Update

Dear Colleagues: I want to write first thank you for your hard work and dedication as we embark on what must be the most uniquely challenging start of a semester in SFCC’s nearly four-decade history. Your dedication to students is inspiring and the Fall Semester 2020 is running at full […]

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COVID-19 Exposure Update
August 19, 2020

Dear Students and Colleagues, Your health as well as the safety of our shared community is SFCC’s top priority. This afternoon, SFCC learned of one confirmed positive COVID-19 test within the campus community. The area in which this individual visited on campus is being sanitized in accordance with Centers for […]

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Update from the President, July 1, 2020

Dear Colleagues: As you are aware, we had hoped that we could welcome our students back to campus and offer face-to-face classes this fall. As most experts believe there will be a second wave of COVID-19 cases (or that we haven’t even exited the first wave), we have had to […]

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