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Visit https://www.sfcc.edu/wifi/ for instructions or call the OIT Service Desk at 505-428-1222.

Go to MySFCC, click on “Textbook Lookup,”in the resources section. Then select “Term” (example Spring 2022), select “Santa Fe Community College,” click on specific class.  Continue to add courses to your list or click on “View Your Material.”

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Students can log into MySFCC, click on “Student Records,” and click on “View Holds.”  Call 505-428-1270 for assistance.

New and returning students should follow the New Student Checklist https://www.sfcc.edu/new-student-checklist/  Returning students who have not attend SFCC in more than 3 years will have to submit a new application.

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Click here to schedule an online meeting with an Advisor.

Due to the current pandemic, advising appointments are remote appointments using video conferencing with real-time services. Limited face-to-face services are available on campus. Contact your Academic Advisor directly to request a face-to-face appointment by calling 428-1275. 

SFCC is offering courses in the following modalities:

Traditional
Traditional, in-person, in-class instruction.  Both students and faculty meet in a designated/assigned classroom on campus.

Online LIVE Classes (Synchronous)
These classes are completely online with your instructor and your classmates meeting together at the same time. You attend live interactive class meetings facilitated by your instructor in Canvas. Meetings and communication are through chat, email and/or videoconferencing. You do additional work on your own schedule outside of class, just as you would your homework. These classes are indicated as Synchronous in the sixth column in Look for Credit Classes.

Traditional Online Classes (Asynchronous)
These classes are completely online without mandatory class meetings. You don’t have to be online at a fixed day and time with your fellow classmates and instructor. Your instructor and your classmates will communicate through Canvas and you can interact with them and access class resources on your own time. You complete all the assignments and meet the requirements of the class on your own schedule, meeting the deadlines set by your instructor. Your classmates and instructor are not necessarily online at the same time unless an appointment is scheduled. These classes are indicated as Asynchronous classes in the sixth column in Look for Credit Classes.

Blended Classes
Blended Classes are a mix of in-person and online. Your courses are held both in traditional face-to-face classrooms and online (e.g. video lecture, online discussions, or activities) in Canvas. Due to covid, classes at SFCC are primarily online. If you are taking a blended class, you are required to follow the Student On Campus Protocol when you need to be on campus for class.

Attend Anywhere (HyFlex)
These courses have flexible class delivery that can integrate in-class instruction, online synchronous video sessions, or asynchronous content delivery. Students may attend in person or online or a combination of both. While most courses listed as HyFlex are in-person or online synchronous, some courses can be completed asynchronously. The instructor for the course can give more specific information about the options for their course.

Whether you’ve received a work-study award as part of your financial aid packet or you are hoping to earn a little cash while you go to school, the Student Employment Office will get you started. Contact the Student Employment Office at 505-428-1285 for more information.

SFCC offers numerous support services to students. Go to the Student Services menu link and scroll down to Student Support for a listing of all support services available.

Yes, SFCC offers services to qualified students with disabilities. SFCC follows the guidelines outlined in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and provides for reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with documented disabilities. Go to Student Accessibility Services for more information on services available.

Find out SFCC’s current tuition and fees from the Tuition and Fees page.

You can drop or withdraw in the following ways:
Through your MySFCC account
By submitting a written request to the Welcome and Advising Center
By faxing your request to 505-428-1468
OR
Mail to:
The Welcome and Advising Center
6401 Richards Ave.
Santa Fe, NM 87508NOTE: Verbal requests, whether made in person or by phone, cannot be processed. Do not assume that you are automatically dropped or withdrawn from a class for nonattendance or nonpayment. Official drops or withdrawals from class(es) must be

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Please see the Student ID Cards page for details on how to obtain a student ID.

Students may fulfill course prerequisites by:

  • Completing the required course with a grade of “C” or better
  • Demonstrating proficiency on a placement test
  • Submitting qualifying ACT, SAT, AP or CLEP scores
  • Submitting transcripts from another institution that demonstrates completion of an equivalent course with a grade of “C” or better
    OR
  • You may be permitted to waive a prerequisite based on demonstrated mastery of skills. A student must petition the appropriate department chair or designee for permission to waive a prerequisite.

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