SFCC participates in Red Sand Project

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 […]

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Campus Update from the Interim President

Dear Colleagues, Welcome back! I hope that everyone had a safe and enjoyable holiday weekend. Now that we are returned from the Thanksgiving break, there are only a few weeks until the end of the semester, and we have a lot on the horizon. Statewide Bond Success! Thank you for your assistance in promoting the […]

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SFCC celebrates Native American month

Santa Fe Community College is celebrating Native American Heritage Month. November is Native American Heritage Month. The activities at Santa Fe Community College began on Nov. 19  with a 10 a.m. Opening Ceremony and traditional hoop dance groups in the Campus Center. 11 a.m.: Guest speaker A.J. Goldman  presented  his project with Lucia Palmero titled […]

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Ready, Set, Go! Registration for the spring semester is coming!

Registration Dates for Spring 2019 Priority Registration Information Degree-seeking students with 30+ credits are eligible to “pre-register” for classes one day early! Monday, November 12 – Priority Registration for Degree-Seeking Students with 30+ credits begins at 8:30 am (NM students) This is being done in an effort to help students get required courses and complete […]

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SFCC’s Veterans Resource Center and KSFR’s Veterans and Family Appreciation Day a success

SFCC’s Veteran’s Resource Center worked with KSFR radio in presenting last week’s successful Veterans and Family Appreciation Day: Veterans Resource and Career Fair. A steady stream of veterans came in to attend the event. Veteran John Shannon, SFCC film student and KSFR employee, showed a series of short videos that he is producing for VeteransComingHome.org. […]

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SFCC employees walk the trails!

Did you have fun walking the trails with Ute Jannsen-Kerr on Professional Development Day? Or did you hear about all the fun the group had? Employees can join the fun every Friday. The walking group meets at noon sharp in front of the William C. Witter Fitness Education Center and returns at 1 p.m. These […]

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Learn about TRiO from our students

I have a learning disability and have been out of school since 1997. Thanks to the tutoring and the physical and mental support of the TRiO staff, I was able to return to school and pass a course. Now I’m in line to earn an Audio Production certificate within the next two semesters. –Ario Cibas […]

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Hispanic Heritage Month finishes with a colorful conclusion at SFCC on Oct. 15

Aamna Nayaar, chair of SFCC’s President’s Diversity Advisory Committee, thanked the Office of Student Development, the faculty, students and staff who worked on the numerous events for National Hispanic Heritage Month at last Monday’s closing event featuring singer Miguel Dominguez and Aspen Santa Fe Ballet’s Folklórico dancing groups. Of note, Mauricio Lopez,  faculty and program administer […]

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Santa Fe Community College’s 2018 EPA job-training graduation

Graduates of the EPA grant job-training program received the certificates they earned at a special commencement ceremony last Friday, Oct. 12. Janet Kerley was the instructor of the EPA’s Environmental Workforce Development and Job Training (EWDJT) Program. Kris Swedin, Director of Continuing Education and Contract Training, said “the students are extremely lucky to have such […]

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Santa Fe Housing Action Coalition Survey

Santa Fe Community College is partnering with Santa Fe Housing Action Coalition (SFHAC) to collect more data about the housing and commuting experiences of people working in Santa Fe County. SFHAC is a community-based coalition of nearly 20 organizations working to create more accessible and affordable housing options in Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico. […]

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“Reticent Shootist” on display through Nov. 14

John Drabanski, a student in Patricia Pearce’s Advanced Projects class, has his piece “Reticent Shootist” on display in the case to the right of the entrance of the Visual Arts Gallery. It will be exhibited through Nov. 14. The work includes 18 original wood engravings. He writes in his artist statement, “During the 1800s the […]

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