Look for a Credit Class


Register here if you need to enroll before selecting classes.

Class offerings are listed in the pull-down menu above. Some classes are offered on-ground. Others are offered online. Online classes are designated with a “D” in the section. For example, “English 1120 D1.” Please review classes carefully to verify status. More information on class modalities and our schedule builder which is designed to make it easier for you to plan your class schedule is offered below.

Academic Advising

Students are strongly encouraged to work with an academic advisor prior to registering. Contact at Academic Advising at 505-428-1275 or advisor@sfcc.edu. You can also schedule an in-person or remote appointment with an Academic Advisor or schedule an appointment to speak with an advisor.

First-time students:  Find more information here and check out the New Student Checklist

Returning students: Four ways to register.

  • Register online. Log in to MySFCC, the SFCC Web Portal. Use the “Look For Classes” option or the “Add or Drop Classes” option.
  • Register by email. Send an email to records@sfcc.edu from your SFCC email account. Request to register for a class(es). Be sure to include the subject code, subject number and course number (example: ARTS (subject code) 1810 (subject number) 30909 (course number)).
  • Register by telephone. Students without access to internet should call the Office of the Registrar directly at 505-428-1267. Please have available your A number and other identifiable information.
  • Register by mail. Mail your request to: Santa Fe Community College, Office of the Registrar, 6401 Richards Ave., Santa Fe, NM, 87508.

Dual Credit Students email marcos.maez@sfcc.edu or monique.mckay@sfcc.edu.

Visit the Tuition and Fees page for complete information on cost of attendance.

Types of Classes Offered

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 class 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.

Student Services

In addition to academic departments, you can contact these student services offices:

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