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Upcoming Events

Gordon Fluke Memorial Retrospective

Exhibition will showcase the art of Gordon Fluke – artist, educator and activist, who died in 2023 Gordon Fluke, who was an artist, educator and activist, died on Jan. 24, 2023. The opening will showcase Gordon Fluke’s artwork and honor his impact in the art world, at SFCC and in […]

SFCC Night at Fuego

Join us for SFCC Night at Fort Marcy Park for a fun-filled Santa Fe Fuego game. A limited number of free tickets are available to our SFCC family: Employees contact Marcos Maez at marcos.maez@sfcc.edu Students contact Mary Eleas at maria.eleas@sfcc.edu

Last day to withdraw from class(es)

For the 2nd 4 week Session of the Summer Semester.

Gordon Fluke Memorial Retrospective

Exhibition will showcase the art of Gordon Fluke – artist, educator and activist, who died in 2023 Gordon Fluke, who was an artist, educator and activist, died on Jan. 24, 2023. The opening will showcase Gordon Fluke’s artwork and honor his impact in the art world, at SFCC and in […]

Notice of Possible Quorum

A Quorum of the Governing Board of Santa Fe Community College (SFCC) may be in attendance at an EPA Grant Awards ceremony. SFCC and the City of Raton will be receiving the Brownfields Grants on Friday, July 19, 2024, at the Santa Fe Community College.  No Board business will be […]


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Recent Press Releases

SFCC releases Fall CE catalog featuring exciting new classes and partnerships

July 15, 2024 –

Learn music performance skills from a pro, the fine art of charcuterie and more SFCC announces the release of the  Fall Continuing Education catalog, showcasing a diverse array of classes and dynamic community partnerships. Returning this fall are many of the community’s favorite immersive classes in collaboration with esteemed partners […]

SFCC presents Cristina Kahlo: Contemporary Mexican Photography Lecture from 4 to 5 p.m. August 6 in Lecture Hall (Room 216)

July 12, 2024 –

Program is in collaboration with Carlos Rovelo, Board member and Chair, Education and Community Engagement Committee of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Santa Fe Community College will present Cristina Kahlo, who will give a lecture on Contemporary Mexican Photography from 4 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, August 6.  The free lecture is […]

SFCC campus, 6401 Richards Avenue, will close from 5 p.m. July 12 through noon July 14 for installation of an Uninterruptible Power Supply

June 27, 2024 –

Santa Fe Higher Education Center, 1950 Siringo Road, will remain open Santa Fe Community College announces a contractor will install an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) for the Office of Information Technology (OIT) requiring a campus closure from 5 p.m. Friday, July 12 through noon, Sunday, July 14. During this period, […]


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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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