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Celebration of the Book – Feb. 15 – Mar. 22

Santa Fe Community College’s Visual Arts Gallery opens the art exhibition, “Celebration of the Book,” featuring contemporary book art with a reception from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, February 15. The public is invited to the free reception with refreshments at the Visual Arts Gallery, 6401 Richards Avenue. The exhibition […]

Self Reflection and Idea Generation

SFCC’s Exploratory Academic Advisors and Career & Transfer Advisor will be hosting a Career and Major Exploration Workshop series on February 13, March 5, and April 9. All SFCC students are welcome to attend any and every workshop in this series to learn about how to make career and major […]

Family Financial Literacy

Take charge of your family’s finances. Gain a deeper understanding of personal financial management, goal setting, saving and compound interest, debt reduction, budgeting/spending plans, and credit. Material will be shared in a way that empowers you to take charge of your finances and improves your relationship with money. Registered participants […]

Celebration of the Book – Feb. 15 – Mar. 22

Santa Fe Community College’s Visual Arts Gallery opens the art exhibition, “Celebration of the Book,” featuring contemporary book art with a reception from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, February 15. The public is invited to the free reception with refreshments at the Visual Arts Gallery, 6401 Richards Avenue. The exhibition […]


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Recent Press Releases

SFCC to close March 25 to April 1 for Spring Break, Spring Holiday

March 04, 2024 –

Santa Fe Community College will close from March 25 through April 1 for Spring Break and Spring Holiday. No classes or student services will be available. SFCC’s child development center Kids Campus and the William C. Witter Fitness Education Center also will be closed. The Santa Fe Higher Education Center […]

SFCC Library announces Serena Rodriguez is the next speaker in The Writing Generation Series

February 29, 2024 –

Free online reading at 6 p.m. March 20 followed by a creative session at 6 p.m. April 3 Pre-register at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WritingGenSpring24 SFCC Library announces writer Serena Rodriguez will be the next speaker in The Writing Generation Series with an online reading at 6 p.m. March 20 and a follow-up creative session at […]

SFCC Foundation announces two presentations by Michael Zeiler about upcoming eclipse

February 28, 2024 –

Register in advance for either 5:30 p.m. March 19 or 2 p.m. March 20 events at SFCC’s Planetarium Santa Fe Community College Foundation will present eclipse-chasing geographer and cartographer Michael Zeiler and his multi-media tour of the path of the April 8, 2024 eclipse at two separate presentations at 5:30 […]


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Inside SFCC

Inside SFCC magazine is a semesterly publication showcasing the accomplishments of Santa Fe Community College students, faculty, staff and administration.

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. 

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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 […]


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