How To Enroll In Classes at SFCC
COMPLETE AN ADMISSION FORM
☑ Once you’ve successfully applied, you will receive an email within one business day with your Student ID number (known as the “A” number) that you will need for a variety of campus services.
☑ If you are a student with a disability and would like to discuss accommodations, contact Student Accessibility Services (505) 428-1711.
☑ For assistance regarding the admissions application or process contact the Welcome and Advising Center at (505) 428-1270.
CLAIM YOUR STUDENT ACCOUNT
☑ Check your personal email address for instructions on how to claim your account.
☑ If you don’t see it in your inbox, check your junk or spam box
☑ Activate your student account at MySFCC.
☑ After logging into MySFCC you will have access to your SFCC student email. Check it regularly. This is the only official means of communication with the college.
NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION
☑ Learn about SFCC’s Online Resources as well as Student Services
☑ Financial Well-being and Literacy
☑ Click here to get started
APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID
☑ To apply for any type of financial aid, complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Forms are available on the FAFSA website
☑ Contact the Financial Aid Office firstname.lastname@example.org from your SFCC student email with any questions or concerns to you may have.
☑ After you have been notified by FAFSA that your application has been processed, check your financial aid profile by logging into MySFCC.
☑ Placement testing is free and is used to ensure that you are placed into the right level course based on your placement score. SFCC offers ACCUPLACER testing thrhttps://www.sfcc.edu/placement-testing/ough the Testing Center for placement purposes.
☑ If you have ACT/SAT scores your academic advisor can use them to determine appropriate placement.
☑ College transcripts can be used with your academic advisor in lieu of placement testing.
☑ During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Testing Center can conduct or refer students to the proper processes for placement testing based on access to technology.
☑ It is strongly encouraged for you to visit the ACCUPLACER preparation page prior to testing.
For more information email the email@example.com.
SEND IN OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS(S)
☑ Submit official* high school, GED, other college transcript(s), Advanced Placement test score(s), CLEP, and/or Joint Service Transcript (for Military) to the Registrar’s Office:
Santa Fe Community College
Office of the Registrar
6401 Richards Ave
Santa Fe, NM 87508
- An official transcript must be printed within the last year and sent directly from the institution in a sealed envelope marked “official”.
- Electronic transcripts can be accepted from the issuing school/college have them send official transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Faxed transcripts are not accepted.
MEET WITH AN ACADEMIC OR PROGRAM ADVISOR
☑ General Advisors are available for new students.
☑ Advisors are available by phone (505) 428-1275 or Click Here to schedule an appointment.
- School of Arts, Design & Media Arts, (505) 428-1731
- School of Business & Education, (505) 428-1308
- School of Liberal Arts, (505) 428-1370
- School of Trades, Technology, Sustainability and Professional Studies, (505) 428-1388
- School of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math, (505) 428-1323
REGISTER FOR YOUR CLASSES
☑ Register online at sfcc.edu.
☑ Advisors are available to assist you in selecting courses that are right for your degree and to help you enroll.
☑ For information call 505-428-1270.
ARRANGE FOR PAYMENT
☑ Pay in full online or make payment arrangements through MySFCC or the Cashier’s Office (505) 428-1211.
☑ Financial aid and scholarships are available. Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form online, or call SFCC’s Financial Aid Office at (505) 428-1268 for assistance.
☑ The Student Employment Office gives you the opportunity to gain work experience and earn income while you attend college.
☑ For information call (505) 428-1285.
PURCHASE YOUR BOOKS
☑ Visit the SFCC bookstore online at https://sfcc.bncollege.com/
☑ Financial Aid accounts and third party accounts can be used to purchase books
☑ When available purchase digital book formats to avoid shipping delays
GET A STUDENT ID CARD
☑ When the campus reopens, bring a copy of your class schedule to Welcome and Advising Center (Room 201) or the Fitness Education Center to get your Student Identification Card.
☑ Your student ID will allow you access to services such as the Library, Computer Labs, Testing Center, and the Fitness Education Center.
Contact OIT for login issues 505-428-1222