SFCC president participated in regional STEMM conference on Nov. 10, 2020

On Nov. 10 President Becky Rowley, Ph.D., participated in The National Academies of Sciences Engineering and Medicine’s virtual workshop series, “Meeting Regional STEMM Workforce needs in the Wake of Covid-19: A Virtual Workshop Series.” The program welcome and overview, as well as the summary were presented by Chair Jeff Bingaman, former United States Senator of […]

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ERP Vendor Contact Message to All Faculty and All Staff

Dear Colleagues: As you are aware, in order to level the playing field as much as possible and to ensure a transparent and fair approach, we must be mindful about vendor contact during NMICC’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) quiet period – now through the awarding of the contract. Overly-aggressive vendors could compromise this important process by […]

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President Rowley shares about ERP

Dear Colleagues: SFCC has joined forces with several other institutions to better support and serve our students and employees. Clovis Community College, CNM, Northern New Mexico College, SFCC (and eventually San Juan College) have come together to develop a shared system of student, human resources, and financial services. Our collective vision is to reimagine and […]

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SFCC’s Controlled Environment Agriculture participates in fall 2020 conferences

R. Charlie Shultz, Lead Faculty of Controlled Environment Agriculture at Santa Fe Community College (NM) shared some exciting news:SFCC CEA program faculty, staff and students will participate in two upcoming conferences in October and November 2020. They will participate in both events and will duplicate their presentations: The Aquaponics Association Virtual Conference Oct. 16-18, 2020 […]

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LGOB-funded Capital Projects Update

These projects have been completed since March (COVID timeframe): New Cooling Tower New Heat Exchanger Computer Room Air Conditioning Unit Replacement/Upsize FEC Pool Boiler Replacements Tennis Court Resurfacing (new screens are coming soon as well) These projects are currently in the design phase: Adult Education:  flooring and reception desk replacement; design for future furniture replacement […]

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WOW Awards

The Office of Human Resources would like to recognize the following WOW Recipients for their dedicated work and commitment to Santa Fe Community College! Teresa Roybal: Teresa goes above and beyond in serving the SFCC campus community. Rosella Varela: Rosella has worked diligently to ensure all vendors are paid timely and accurately.  Yvonne Martinez: Yvonne […]

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SGA prepares packages for Spring 2020 graduates

Student Government Association President Ian Widrick Martinez worked with Student Involvement Coordinator Mary Eleas and the Office of the Registrar to pack the degree and certificate covers, cords, the face masks and the tassels. The tassels and face masks were provided by SGA. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Spring 2020 graduation was virtual.

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SFCC Spring 2020 Graduation Fast Facts

344 Santa Fe Community College (New Mexico) Spring graduates are eligible to receive 374 awards. 24 students will receive more than one award. Of those awards: 237 are for certificates and 137 are for associate degrees. 73.4 percent are from Santa Fe; 5.5 percent from Albuquerque, 2.4 percent from Pecos, 1.7 from Rio Rancho, 1.4 […]

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Katie Besser Student Awards and Richard Bradford scholarship announced at Zoom gathering

Santa Fe Community College’s emerging writers, photographers and mixed media artists were recognized during the Katie Besser Student Awards celebration hosted online by the SFCC Library on May 14. The awards were named for the late Katie Besser in recognition of her love of literature and creative writing. The event celebrated students’ creative expression through […]

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SFCC team wins WERC awards Spring 2020

Congratulations to an SFCC team, which earned WERC an (Waste-Management Education Research Consortium) Engineering NM Resource Network Pollution Prevention Award ($1500). SFCC student Zachary DeLay also was recognized with one of Intel’s Terry McManus Outstanding Student Awards ($1,000). The competition is usually held in person at NMSU, but needed to shift quickly to an online […]

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