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Learn about TRiO from our students

My name is Shawn Pacheco, and I am from the Santo Domingo Pueblo in NM. I am attending Santa Fe Community College to receive my AA in Criminal Justice. My first semester of college was difficult because I didn’t know how I was going to get through the hardships of completing my FAFSA to receive […]

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April 6 and 7: Art Business Summit

The Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists and the Art Business Institute are offering discounted tickets to the Second Annual Art Business Summit for all SFCC students, faculty, staff and alumni. The summit is a business development seminar for working artists. The seminar takes place on Friday and Saturday, April 6-7, here on campus. The […]

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Welcome the new Associate Deans

Shalimar Krebs, (shalimar.krebs@sfcc.edu) Liberal Arts and Arts, Design & Media Arts Shalimar taught Media Arts at SFCC for five years and has worked closely with the English faculty while serving as the Tutoring Center Coordinator. With a passion for education, he has demonstrated success in creating and maintaining positive relationships while serving our students and […]

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Diversity Initiative Survey

Dear SFCC Community, Below is a link to a survey of one question related to our strategic plan’s diversity initiatives. Your feedback is crucial to our efforts to better understand the many perspectives and experiences that inform our campus culture and the materials and curriculum used in course work. Please leave your anonymous responses in […]

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¡Palabra!: Gay or Homosexual

Gay, or homosexual people are people whose physical, mental and sexual attractions are for those of the same sex. Source: comunidades-justas.org Gays u homosexuales son personas cuyos atractivos físicos, mentales y sexuales son hacia personas del mismo sexo. Fuente: comunidades-justas.org The word of the week is brought to you by the Center for Diversity and […]

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¡Palabra!: Heterosexism

Heterosexism is a system of advantage which favors heterosexuals. Institutionalized homophobia. The assumption that being heterosexual is inherently better, more moral, or more natural than being lesbian, gay, or bisexual. Like racism, sexism, and other forms of oppression, heterosexism awards power to members of the dominant group (straight people / heterosexuals) and denies privilege to […]

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Santa Fe Wine and Chile Dinner

Santa Fe Community College Foundation and Casa Abril Estate Vineyards present a Santa Fe Wine and Chile Dinner Join us for Santa Fe Community College Culinary Arts Program Wine and Food Pairing Event in Conjunction with Santa Fe Wine and Chile Week Thursday, September 28, 2017 beginning with a reception at 6 p.m. in the […]

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SFCC Faculty & Staff Development Day

SFCC Faculty & Staff Development Day Building Community through Creative Collaboration October 20, 2017 Dear Colleagues, We are thrilled to invite you to submit a workshop proposal for our October 20, 2017 all-employee professional development day.  This semester Staff Senate is taking the lead and Linda Peña, Margaretmary Woodd, Kelly Smith, Jeff Hood, and David […]

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¡Palabra!: Latino/a

A Latino/a is a person who was born or lives in Latin America, including Mexico, or a person in the United States whose family is originally from Latin America, including Mexico. Source: adapted from www.ohchr.org Un latino o una latina es una persona que nació en o que vive en América Latina, incluyendo México, o una […]

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Greenhouse construction update

The greenhouse construction will require a utility trench from the south most entrance of the TATC building to the black entrance gate behind the Biofuels lab. There is a marked/fenced trench at the entrance currently and this will be extended in the coming week. The trench will be open for approximately 1 week while work […]

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Wayfinding Academy students visit SFCC

The Wayfinding Academy visited SFCC last week from Portland, Oregon on a Learn & Explore trip. It is their second ever Learn & Explore trip. The first one was in April 2017. Fifteen Wayfinding students went to Spain and Portugal to walk the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage. Most of the students who were on the […]

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