College Announces COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement

In an email announcement on November 1, President Rowley notified the campus community that SFCC will begin requiring Covid-19 vaccines for all students, faculty, and staff who attend classes or work on campus. View the complete SFCC vaccine requirement. Here are the key details: By November 30, 2021: All faculty and […]

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Flex Classes: A format to fit everyone’s needs

Carlos Balladares knows that life can throw curve balls. Even before the pandemic, this Assistant Professor for Human Services was keenly aware that students often work full-time, raise kids, caretake elderly parents and shoulder unexpected responsibilities. During his 15 years of teaching at SFCC, he’s readily adapted strategies to help […]

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SFCC Scholarship honors the memory of John LeDoux, Ph.D.

SFCC Foundation is honoring the memory of Professor John LeDoux, Ph.D., a beloved instructor of Spanish and former Language Arts department chair, who passed away on October 19, with the SFCC Foundation John Paul LeDoux Presidential Title V Memorial scholarship. He retired in 2019 after teaching for almost 20 years […]

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Campus Cupboard reopens with fresh, campus-grown produce

With all the courses, textbooks, tests and papers that college students juggle daily, food insecurity should never be an issue. And yet, 34% of college students reported feeling hunger in the previous 30 days, according to a fall 2020 survey by Temple University‚Äôs Hope Center for College, Community and Justice. […]

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