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The college hosted its second annual memorial fundraiser basketball tournament this weekend in honor of first basketball coach and longtime faculty member Gerald Clay. Thanks to all the players, volunteers and members of the planning committee, who came together to make the event another resounding success. View a letter of appreciation.  Read more ›

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Please note, Santa Fe Community College and the Santa Fe Higher Education Center will close March 30 through April 1 for Spring Holiday. All campus facilities at both locations will be closed. No classes or activities will be held and no other student services will be available. The SFCC main campus (6401 Richards Ave.) and Read more ›

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The March edition of Green Fire Times featured the writing of staff and faculty in Santa Fe Community College’s Trades & Advanced Technology Center. Check out the amazing work taking place! Read the edition.  Read more ›

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The oldest and largest food and wine society in the world, Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, held its Far West Regional Young Chefs Competition at SFCC. SFCC graduate Kyle Pacheco of Kewa Pueblo won the top prize for his cooking in the savory section of the competition. SFCC’s Chaîne des Rôtisseurs offerings — which included a cooking Read more ›

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Professional Development Day at SFCC takes place Friday, March 16. The college will be closed to the public and no support services — including food services, custodial, book store, the fitness center, among others — will be available. However, Kids Campus and KSFR 101.FM will be open. The day begins at 8:15 a.m. in the Read more ›

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Dozens of community members attended the recent opening of Fab Lab Santa Fe. Photo: left to right: Sarah Boisvert, Fab Lab Santa Fe Founder; Alice Loy, CEO of Creative Startups; Luke Spangenburg, Director of the SFCC Innovation Center; Cecilia Y. M. Cervantes, Ph.D., SFCC’s Interim President; and Patrick Duran, Field Representative from the Office of Read more ›

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Folks from throughout northern New Mexico came for the recent Visual Arts Gallery opening of Las Familias Barela y Salazar: Traditions in Taos Woodcarving, a group exhibition of work by descendants and artistic heirs of notable Taos woodcarver Patrociño Barela. Also included are works from the family of Leo G. Salazar, another well-known Taos carver Read more ›

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The bond has been endorsed by the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce, the SFCC chapter of the American Association of University Professors, Santa Fe New Mexican, Albuquerque Journal and many more. (View endorsements and recent news articles.) Voting takes places from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 6. View a list of Read more ›

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Early voting ends this Saturday, Feb. 3 for SFCC’s Feb. 6 Bond Election. Please be sure to vote on the bond. There will NOT be an on-campus voting location on Election Day, Feb. 6. For more information, visit votesfcc.com.  Read more ›

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Welcome to Santa Fe Community College’s spring 2018 semester. SFCC hallways, offices and classrooms are again bustling with student activity and college employees are dashing between duties in response to the vibrant scene. Please keep your eyes peeled for wandering or lost students who may be struggling to locate a classroom or department. Have a Read more ›

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On Feb. 6, Santa Fe County voters have the opportunity to provide Santa Fe Community College (SFCC) with bond funding for vital technology and facility upgrades to enhance learning and career opportunities for students, and better serve our community. Please note that you can vote early on campus Jan. 17-Feb.3 in Room 307 (lower level). Read more ›

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We hope you all had a terrific Winter Break. Happy New Year! Please mark your calendars for Welcome Week, which begins on Thursday, Jan. 4. Staff and faculty will be participate in the campuswide convocation meeting on Monday, Jan. 8 beginning at 8 a.m. View the agenda.  Read more ›

Irrigation Repair

Santa Fe Community College will be repairing irrigation lines at the central roundabout (the drop-off area by the flag poles) Monday, April 23 through Monday, April 30. During repairs, the roundabout will not be accessible. Please use other entrances into the main and West Wing parking lots. No parking areas will be affected. Please use caution when walking or driving in the vicinity. Thank you for your patience while we make improvements to campus.