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SFCC registration opens Nov. 10 for spring semester

Classes begin Jan. 19, 2021. SFCC programs offer pathways to careers and degrees. Santa Fe Community College registration for spring semester classes will open on Tuesday, Nov. 10. There are dozens of certificate and associate degree programs offered at SFCC that can quickly prepare students for the workplace or to transfer. Registration is ongoing through […]

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SFCC Snapshot: Zuwena Islam

“The I-BEST Certified Nursing Assistant Certificate Program was great for me. Coming from Kenya to Santa Fe, I feel it opened up a lot of opportunities for my future. I was able to obtain a college certificate and am currently working to complete my High School Equivalency. This program met my needs and helped prepare […]

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My View Becky Rowley: SFCC will continue to support equity

I am writing to express my outrage and sadness at the recent murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Rayshard Brooks, Tony McDade, Monika Diamond, Dominique Fells, Nina Pop and other unarmed Black people throughout recent time. I am deeply disturbed by the physical and systemic violence and inhumane responses by law enforcement against […]

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Reduction in Force Announcement May 19, 2020

Dear Colleagues, As we continue to make adjustments and sacrifices in our personal lives in response to COVID-19, so too must our institution respond to the financial challenges of our current and anticipated economic circumstances. I am saddened to announce that due to the unprecedented and unforeseen challenges presented by the coronavirus, the college has […]

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President’s Update to SFCC Staff and Faculty: Limited Access to Campus Starting May 18; Campus Remains Closed to Public

Dear Colleagues, During this unprecedented and unpredictable time, the college continues to operate in accordance with New Mexico stay-at-home orders and its plans for a tiered and safe reopening. While the college remains closed to students and public throughout the summer semester, I am announcing beginning May 18 the limited opening of the campus to […]

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Sustainability On a World Stage

If you’ve stopped by SFCC’s large greenhouse in recent months, you’ve probably noticed that fish and dozens of plants are thriving while temperatures outside plummet below freezing. The reputation of SFCC’s Controlled Environmental Agriculture and Sustainable Technologies programs continues to grow, nationally and internationally. More people are coming to see what’s happening in SFCC’s state-of-the-art […]

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Update from the Film Program

Milton Riess, department head of the SFCC Film Program, commends his students on their spring capstone project efforts: “The past two weekends have been GREAT for our Film Department. We are in production of our Spring Capstone film project. You should all be proud of the accomplishments SFCC’s students are doing. I have been in […]

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JAT Deadline Extended to Feb. 20

All Faculty (including Adjunct), Staff and Administrators The Job Assessment Tool (JAT) deadline has been extended to 8 a.m., Wed., Feb. 20 Santa Fe Community College has contracted with Evergreen Solutions to conduct a compensation study. This study is being conducted to ensure accurate job classifications and associated duties. It will also enable the implementation […]

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Check your Course Reserves at the Library!

To Faculty- We all know the cost of textbooks can be a significant barrier for our students. SFCC Library strives to provide equitable access to required materials by maintaining a collection of Course Reserves available for 2-hour checkout in the Library. Students can photocopy or scan needed chapters or just read/work on their assignments here […]

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‘Aventurera’ film screening event Aug. 17

Save the Date – ‘Aventurera,’ a free film screening event at Midtown Campus Quad, Aug. 17. The Santa Fe Arts Commission, Santa Fe Community College and Center for Contemporary Arts present Spanish Language Night: an outdoor screening. Festivities begin at 6 p.m. and screening begins at 8 p.m., Friday Aug. 17.The film will be presented […]

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Jake Lovato and Peter Garbett participate in Skills USA

  Welding instructor Jake Lovato and SFCC welding student Peter Garbett traveled to Skills USA in Lexington, Kentucky. Garbett earned a seventh place with a score of 91.79 percent in welding sculpture competition. He also earned a certificate in welding sculpture. Both Lovato and Garbett participated in a community service event with Youthbuild while on […]

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