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A new public Facebook group, SFCC – In This Together has been created to help students, employees and faculty connect during this difficult time. Join the community now to share your stories, hopes, fears and news. Stay healthy!  Read more ›

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The college is making significant strides in transitioning to an online learning environment. Thank you to all staff and faculty who have adapted to these unprecedented circumstances and who continue to work hard to provide education and services to our students. We want to hear from you! Please send your selfies, a video selfie (shorter Read more ›

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Our students got a chance to speak to recruiters from a variety of colleges and universities. Thank you to Melba Ramos for sharing photos from that day. Thank you to Megan Woods who coordinated activities.  Read more ›

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SFCC’s Robotics Club has been working with high school students and community mentors to build a robot for the FIRST Robotics Competition. The group is working evenings and Saturdays in an upstairs space in the SFCC Fitness Center. Jen Kitrell is a parent whose daughter first got involved as a child in Minnesota. She appreciates Read more ›

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Thanks to SFCC Grounds Manager Malvina Canon and a crew from Facilities and Operations SFCC’s biowall in the Health & Science Center has come back to life. A biowall is a botanical filter that naturally cleans the air in a building. The wall provides a refreshing sensation of having a piece of nature in Read more ›

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Members of SFCC’s Indigenous Peoples Club and SFCC college officials met with Sen. Benny Shendo, D-Jemez Pueblo, at the Roundhouse on Feb. 8. They asked for his endorsement as SFCC seeks to become a Native American Serving Institution. The college will host a major event with New Mexico tribes on May 28 at the college Read more ›

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Black History Month started a day late due to last week’s snowstorm. But activities got into full swing on Feb. 5. The organizers describe the “Shades of Color” series as a multicultural journey to learn about and recognize the accomplishments of African diaspora and LGBTQ+ individuals and organizations. In the photo above, Read more ›

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Faculty, staff and students, as well as members of the community attended a reception for Dean Bernadette Jabobs, Ph.D., who retired last week. We thank her for her dedication to students and the college, and wish her the best as she begins her retirement. Photo above: Dean Bernadette Jacobs, who retired last week, receives Read more ›

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The SFCC Governing Board Regular Session on January 22 included the swearing in of new Governing Board members Piér Quintana (above left) and Jody Pugh (above right) by Judge Patricio Serna. In addition, new officers were elected for a one-year term: Jack Sullivan, Chair; George Gamble, Ph.D., Vice Chair; and Jody Pugh, Secretary. You Read more ›

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Con Alma Health Foundations is participating in the fourth annual National Day of Racial Healing on Jan. 21, 2020. Visit Con Alma’s website to find out more. There is a national livestream Monday, January 21 starting at 9 a.m. ET via the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s YouTube Channel, at https://healourcommunities.org/day-of-racial-healing/. #HowWeHeal  Read more ›

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President Becky Rowley, Ph.D., participated in her first SFCC commencement ceremony. New Mexico Cabinet Secretary of Workforce Solutions Bill McCamley provided the keynote address. Student speaker Leslie Orena Quintana Ayala, who earned a Certificate in Early Childhood Development, inspired the audience with her personal story. This fall, approximately 361 SFCC graduates were eligible to receive Read more ›

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At the final Governing Board meeting of the year last week, President Rowley acknowledged outgoing Board members Kathy Keith and Martha Romero, Ph.D., for their hard work and dedication to our students and the college. Kathy and Martha both served more than six years on the Board. They each received a Nambé plaque, a college Read more ›

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Congratulations to all SFCC fall graduates, including graduates of the SFCC Emergency Medical Services Institute, who were recognized during a Paramedic Graduation Ceremony, Nov. 26. Fourteen graduates took part in the ceremony, which held at the bio wall and included an address from Dr. David Rosen. Verity Bornet was the student speaker. Upcoming celebrations:  Read more ›