SFCC celebrates with gratitude

As SFCC heads into the winter break and gears up for its spring semester (and 40th anniversary!), we are sharing appreciation for our diverse and resilient students, devoted employees and ever-supportive community members. 

Register now to get a class schedule that fits your needs

If you’re thinking about attending classes in the spring semester, now’s a great time to register. Credit classes begin on Tuesday, January 17. You can find the best selection of classes now. If you wait too long, you might not be able to get into the classes that you want. […]

Spring semester offers new opportunities

What do students have to look forward to in 2023? The answer: expanded opportunities and strong support services to make their educational dreams come true. New initiatives help students move faster toward a career and attain a certificate or degree that can lead to more economic stability for themselves and […]

Bond 3, Uplift Education

SFCC thanks the voters of Santa Fe County for supporting Bond 3, Uplift Education. Passage of the bond in the recent election supports New Mexico’s public colleges, universities and special schools. Funding from the bond will help SFCC bring its facilities up to date, including improved ventilation in classrooms and […]

Your financial support changes lives

While SFCC students have access to increased financial aid available thanks to the New Mexico Opportunity Scholarship, many still struggle financially in this economically challenging time. Interim Executive Director of SFCC Foundation Kelly Marquez said, “As the first in my family to go to college and as the first in my […]

Inside SFCC Vol 4 Noteworthy

SFCC partners with the City of Santa Fe to train more childcare providers To help address New Mexico’s shortage of childcare professionals, SFCC has partnered with the City of Santa Fe to launch the APRENDE apprenticeship program for early childhood education this spring. Interested students can apply now. The program is funded […]

Inside SFCC Vol 3 Noteworthy

SFCC welcomes Dean Barry Hubbard The college is pleased to announce that Barry Hubbard, Ph.D., has joined SFCC as Dean of the School of Trades, Advanced Technologies, and Sustainability and the School of Business, Professional Studies, and Education. Dr. Hubbard noted that he was drawn to the position because of […]

The Art of SFCC’s Dual Credit

Max Tischler wasn’t exactly sure about his career path when he signed up for SFCC’s Dual Credit Program as a sophomore in The MASTERS Program. Now, after taking art classes that sparked his creativity, he not only received Best of Show in SFCC’s first regional high school competition this year, he’s also […]

I-BEST boosts career opportunities and confidence

Jeremiah Delgado

When Jeremiah Delgado earned his High School Equivalency Certificate (HSE/GED) from SFCC in May, he achieved a goal that had once seemed impossible. “I am beyond happy,” Delgado said. “Words really can’t explain because I didn’t see myself reaching this point. I dropped out when I was 16. I tried […]

Pueblo grads bring Human Resource services to their communities

On the morning of the Spring Commencement Ceremony, Tanya Devon Torres, 46, was up before dawn, praying and getting dressed in her traditional Cochiti Pueblo attire – including tall ochre red moccasins and a traditional manta.  That same morning, Delilah Crespin, 36, of Santo Domingo Pueblo was admiring her graduation cap and gown, which […]

SFCC: A garden to nourish your dreams George Gamble

In celebration of Community College Month, SFCC Governing Board Chair George Gamble wrote the following My View column, which first was published in the Opinion section of the Sunday, April 3, 2022 issue of the Santa Fe New Mexican. MY VIEW GEORGE GAMBLE SFCC: A garden to nourish your dreams Beginning […]

In Memoriam

Our community has recently lost cherished members. SFCC extends sympathy to the family, friends and colleagues of those who have passed. We remember and will miss: Chris Abeyta. Former Governing Board member, GED instructor, college advisor and Student Leadership Coordinator passed on March 8. The leader of the band Lumbre […]

Meet a PROTEC grad who now has his own company

SFCC’s short-term classes for PROTEC (Professional Readiness for Technical Careers) often lead to jobs as well as further study. PROTEC grad Aaron Lopez shares his story:  “I was an IT tech for a local company in Santa Fe for 10 years, but it was something I didn’t really have a […]

Meet an SFCC Accounting graduate

SFCC’s Business Administration program offers opportunities to earn certificates and/or an associate degree.  The program helps get graduates quickly into jobs.  The Associate in Arts also helps graduates easily transfer into a four-year institution. Lucy Felt shares her story: “I decided to enroll in SFCC to explore their business program. […]