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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 ›

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Eleven students received their recognition pins on July 24 for completing dental assisting and dental health certificate education requirements. See more photos of the event on Facebook. Congratulations, Graduates! Standing: Daniel Gutierrez (Executive Director of Human Resources), Margaret Peters (Vice President for Academic Affairs), Randy Grissom (SFCC President), Romelia (Ivette) Saenz, Fashionette Montoya, Lizeth Tarango-Rodriguez, Read more ›

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Students participating in the Community Builders Conference for Native Youth were on campus last week learning about STEAM — Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. Last Thursday, they took tours of this US 60 Blackhawk Medevac Helicopter that landed at our Fitness Education Center’s outdoor track. Knowledgeable Army National Guard members were there to explain Read more ›

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New offerings add to the dozens of certificates and associate degrees offered at SFCC. Registration is ongoing through Aug. 11. Classes begin on Aug. 21. The college continues to keep pace with changes in the building and construction industries and is offering a certificate in Building Science and Construction Technologies. Certificates and an associate in Read more ›

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Fourteen students received paramedic certificates from SFCC’s Emergency Medical Services Institute on June 30. Back row, left to right: Svend Petersen, Jacob Mares, Kyle Jaffa, James Bruce, Andrew George, Jeremy Martinez (in between the two rows), Dustin Rogers, Ernesto Archuleta, Cameron Roybal Front row, left to right: Sahaj Khalsa (Program Director), David Huckabee (ALS Coordinator, Read more ›

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Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center donated $250,000 to the Santa Fe Community College Foundation to provide support for college’s Respiratory Care program over the next two years. During the June 22 ceremony, administrators and employees from both institutions gathered to affirm their commitment to education for healthcare careers in Santa Fe. Additional details will Read more ›

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The summer edition of INSIDE SFCC features a commencement recap and photo gallery, an SFCC Foundation Update and a feature on the college’s newest High-Tech Farm Pod. View a Facebook photo gallery.  Read more ›

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Support SFCC’s Skills USA national competitors in culinary and welding from noon to 2 p.m. today at the main entrance with a low-cost food bar and silent auction on welding student sculptures. One hundred percent of proceeds will support the students’ travel to Louisville, Kentucky next week. Silent auction bids will be open until noon, Read more ›