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Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzales and other community leaders in sustainability joined employees from the Trades and Advanced Technology Center on Thursday for a press conference to promote clean energy transportation and sustainable development in the community. Speakers included Mayor Gonzales, Luke Spangenberg (Director of the SFCC Innovation Center and Biofuels Centers of Excellence), Beth Read more ›

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After many months of planning and renovations, the new Pre K wing opened at Kids Campus last Thursday. The two new classrooms are bright and airy and accommodate Kids Campus’ prekindergarten students. Many thanks go out to all of the staff and departments who contributed to the efforts to get the job done. Photo: Kids Read more ›

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The Expanding Your Horizons STEM conference for fifth through eighth grade girls at the college on Oct. 21 was a tremendous success. Congratulations to co-chairs SFCC faculty member Lina German and Kate Gomez for organizing the event. Thanks goes out to all of the SFCC volunteers. View more photos on Santa Fe STEM’s Facebook page. Read more ›

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It was a Halloween Extravaganza at SFCC last Thursday. Students, staff and faculty all got involved in the festivities. Kids from Kids Campus paraded through Campus Center, many as their favorite super heroes. The afternoon community trick or treating event brought in hundreds of costumed kids who received treats from various departments. Read about the Read more ›

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As President Grissom, prepares for his retirement, the college would like to thank him for his commitment to SFCC. Students, faculty, staff and the community have all reaped the rewards of his dedication and accomplishments. We are sharing some of the highlights of his tenure. We would love it if you could share some of Read more ›

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Left to right: Business student Ana Ochoa, Early Childhood Education student Byanka Tarango, pre-nursing student Kimberly Juarez, the Honorable Norma Ang Sanchez (Consul of Mexico), President Randy W. Grissom, Carmen Gonzales, Ph.D., (retired/former Vice President for Student Success), Board member Martha Romero, Ph.D., the Honorable Maxaira Baltazar (Deputy Counsul) and Executive Director of SFCC Foundation Read more ›

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Start planning your academic future! Meet with college representatives from across the state and the country and pick up information on financial aid, support services and academic programs. College Night is free and no registration is required. For more information, contact Marcos Maez, ext. 1779. Learn more  Read more ›

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Thank you to all faculty, staff and students who attended last week’s forums for the interim president candidates. Please be sure to submit your feedback to the SFCC Governing Board. Please note, the deadline to provide feedback is noon on Tuesday, Sept. 26.  Read more ›

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Great food. Great music. Not so great weather. This year’s Fall Fest was moved inside to the Campus Center due to weather but the rain couldn’t dampen the fun. Many thanks to SGA, Student Ambassadors, Celebrations Committee and SFCC Foundation for hosting a wonderful celebration of students – as well as a festive send off Read more ›

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On Tuesday, Sept. 5, several hundred people participated in the noon rally organized by New Mexico Dream Team in support of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood arrivals). In addition to members of the SFCC community, students from Monte del Sol Charter School, the MASTERS program and Capital High participated. See photos from Facebook.  Read more ›

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Mayor Javier Gonzales announced his plans for a Municipal Drug Strategy Task Force at a press conference last Tuesday a.m. in the SFCC Courtyard. That same day the Santa Fe Prevention Alliance presented a free training, “High in Plain Site: Trends in Teen and Alcohol Use” in the Jemez Rooms. See the mayor’s complete address Read more ›

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We want to congratulate our partners on campus, The MASTERS Program, for being designated an “A” school for the fourth year in a row. On Friday morning, newly appointed Secretary of Public Education Christopher Ruszkowski visited with MASTERS students and faculty to congratulate them on their hard work under the direction of Head of the Read more ›

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Information tables throughout campus will greet our students today, tomorrow and Wednesday from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and later from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Please take a moment out of your day to assist any students who look like they could use some help. Here’s to a great start to the fall semester.  Read more ›

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The college is featured in the online publication “Medium” in a story titled, “Let’s Lead on Climate: Higher Education Success Story, Santa Fe Community College.”  Read more ›

Thanksgiving Holiday - College will be closed

SFCC will be closed on November 23 – 26 for the Thanksgiving Holiday.