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 Student Affairs Office 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 email@example.com 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.
☑ Book your exam here:
SFCC Testing Center (office365.com)
SFCC utilizes multiple measures for assessment exam testing, this includes the ALEKS PPL math assessment exam, EdReady English assessment, and the WebCAPE Spanish assessment. Information regarding each of these exams are here: https://www.sfcc.edu/assessment-exams/
☑ English assessments are arranged per advisor’s recommendation. Likewise, ACT and SAT scores are assessed by advisors. Please schedule an appointment with an advisor for further steps. Recent ACT or SAT scores maybe used to determine placement. Students must provide an official transcripts. SAT and ACT scores should be sent to the SFCC Registrar’s office through their respective student portals.
☑ Students may also provide an official transcripts to their Academic Advisor, showing math and English courses completed within the last three years. These courses may sometimes be used to determine placement.
☑ Honor Code: The Code of Conduct applies to all students, visitors, and guests regardless of status. SFCC recognizes that there is a diverse student body and has established standards so that all students have the opportunity to pursue their educational goals in a respectful and high-quality atmosphere.
☑ Required documentation: Government issued photo ID or Student ID, access to your A#, and login information for your mysfcc.edu account.
Course Assessment Table: This guide can be used for SFCC placement according to a tester’s score.
For more information email the firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEND IN OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT(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 email@example.com.
- 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.
Academic Advisor/International Coordinator and Principal Designated School Official (PDSO); Undecided & Exploratory Advising
Academic Advisor, School of Science, Health, Engineering, & Math, School of Fitness Education
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://www.bkstr.com/sfccstore/home
☑ 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