Santa Fe Community College offers a wide range of services to help you accomplish your goals. In addition to our exceptional faculty, the college provides you with a host of dedicated service staff, including financial and academic advisors, counselors, librarians, career service professionals and much more.
Academic Advising teaches, guides and supports students to develop and achieve academic, career and personal goals.
APRENDE is an early childhood teacher training program at Santa Fe Community College that uses hands-on experience in early childhood classrooms to earn certificates and degrees in early childhood.
SFCC’s Campus Cupboard is a food pantry for students who are experiencing food insecurity. Anyone with an SFCC ID can benefit.
Career and Transfer Services provides support for students and community members seeking to find employment, explore careers, develop job-seeking skills, and transfer to 4-year institutions to continue their education.
Counseling Services provides comprehensive support services to enhance the educational learning environment for all students at SFCC.
ENLACE is a Statewide educational initiative designed to strengthen the educational pipeline and increase opportunities for Latinos to enter and complete college.
Adult Education offers programs to help prepare you to earn your GED.
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) is responsible for planning, developing, implementing, and maintaining information technology, supporting academic programs, student services, and administrative functions at Santa Fe Community College. Our mission is to support students, faculty, and staff in the use of current technologies that enhance and strengthen the learning process.
The Office of Student Development programs provide you with many opportunities to develop. Read all about them.
Distance learning centers on the Internet, beginning with online registration and enrollment, to online access to your course instructor, tutorials, materials and fellow learners, all the way through assignments and examinations.
Whether you are taking classes on campus on online, if you are a parenting student or primary caregiver of young children, check out some of the resources available at the college.
See the list of services provided by the Student Accessibility Office and how to get them.
Read all about job opportunities on campus for qualified students.
The Testing Center offers a wide range of testing programs including placement testing, GED testing and out of class testing.
A federally funded grant program program serving 160 SFCC students who are income eligible, first generation students and/or students with disabilities.
Learn how you qualify for free tutoring, what subjects are available, the hours of operation, and other information essential to your experience at SFCC.
Information on resources available for U.S. military veterans and active duty personnel.
See what hours they are open, plus find out how to pay online.
Tons of information to help students get the financial assistance they need to complete their education. There are many scholarship and loan opportunities available.
Get information on obtaining a transcript, your grades and records.
Information central for everything you need to know about enrolling in classes, getting advising and counseling, and the registration process.
Read about the services and products offered at the SFCC Bookstore, including textbook buyback and Copy Center information.
Cafeteria/Campus Dining – currently there are no on-campus dining options
Read all about SFCC’s state-of-the-art Fitness Education Center. Look up the hours of operation for different parts of the facility.Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS).
Learn about your options for alternative transportation to and from SFCC.
Kids Campus at SFCC is a part of the School of Education. It is an accredited early care and education program that serves the children of SFCC students, staff, faculty and the surrounding community.
Your source for research and information at SFCC. This page will give you the hours, information on how they can help you, magazines, newspapers, books, videos and audio CDs. Drop by to see everything they can do for you.
Important information about Safety and Security on the SFCC campus, and what they can do for you.