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.
Get started here. Check out the class listings. Current students can log into MySFCC. To ensure you get the right classes toward a degree, first schedule an in-person or online academic advising appointment with the Welcome & Advising Center. Their help is free and they will to guide your path to success. Call 505-428-1270 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance.
To meet your schedule, classes are offered online and in-person. You can take online classes either in a synchronous class (where the entire class meets online at the same time) or an asynchronous class (where you have the option of when to view presentations, read course material, work on assignments and share chat discussions). Hy-Flex courses offer flexible class delivery that can integrate in-class instruction, online synchronous video sessions, or asynchronous content delivery. You can attend in person or online or a combination of both. Reach out to an academic advisor if you need clarification on the delivery options.
SFCC has added more in-person classes. Automotive technologies classes are in-person in the new Automotive Technologies Center and are offered on nights and Saturdays, a popular choice for working students. Controlled Environment Agriculture classes (hydroponics, aquaponics) are offered on campus at the greenhouse for both daytime and evening classes. Film classes are primarily in-person giving hands-on experience with professional film equipment. Popular in-person art classes fill quickly providing an opportunity to learn in well-equipped art studios. Also, the in-person fitness classes are in high demand to get access to the William C. Witter Fitness Education Center. The art department and fitness education have online and in-person classes, as does liberal arts, business, the health and science programs.
Some certificates can be earned in three semesters or less. Programs in Automotive, Business, Computer Science and Information Technology, Culinary Arts, Distributed Energy, Film, Health Care Sciences, Massage Therapy, Teacher Education, Sustainable Technology, Media Arts and World Languages can be pursued in a short-time frame that will get you into the workplace faster. Also, while these industry-focused professional certificates can get you working quickly, they are also a great way to put you on the path toward an associate or other advanced degree.Explore options for short-term certificates here. For registration assistance, email email@example.com or call 505-428-1270. Please note: Advisors will not be available during the Winter Break from Dec. 17 through Jan. 2, but online enrollment continues 24/7 through MySFCC at sfcc.edu.