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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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. […]

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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 […]

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Charlie Shultz: Kika de la Garza Fellow for the USDA

  Lead faculty of the Controlled Environment Agriculture program (Richard C.) Charlie Shultz spent two weeks at the end of June in Washington D.C. as a Kika de la Garza Fellow for the USDA. Shultz said, “I was selected to serve as a Faculty member of a Hispanic Serving Institution […]

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