Student Engagement and Recruitment

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The Office of Student Engagement and Recruitment is the umbrella for programs that engage our Santa Fe Community College students by providing an environment of belonging in which individuality, diversity and creativity are valued through our student programs.  We are located in LL311 next to the Atrium, (505) 428-1686.

Student Activities
Student Activities Office fosters an environment for student learning through inclusive, innovative and diversified involvement, community engagement and leadership development that provides students the opportunity for growth through co-curricular experiences to promote student success.

Student Government Association (SGA)
SGA is the official governance group that represents SFCC’s student body.  To give the students effective representation in shared governance of the campus, advocate on behalf of the collective needs of the student body, create an environment to promote learning and opportunities for extracurricular activities that enhance academic, cultural, and social wellbeing, and encourage engagement with other community members.

Student Ambassador
A Student Ambassador at SFCC is a reliable, energetic, and sociable individual who acts as the face of the institution for potential and new students. We have eight paid positions available each semester.

Student Clubs
There’s more to the college experience than going to class. At SFCC Clubs are based on common interests and or an academic focus which offers students many opportunities for service, growth and leadership, and social and community engagement we have something for everyone.

Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program
The Santa Fe Community College Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program (DAPP) is located in the Office of Student Development and is designed to promote awareness of the harmful effects of substance abuse while promoting an atmosphere in which our students are able to thrive. We do this through education and community partnerships.

The  ENLACE program is a state-wide collaborative that has been working for the last 15 years to increases college awareness and readiness of low-income students and students who are first in their families to pursue a college degree. ENLACE supports students to graduate from high school and to pursue a post-secondary education. Engaging Latino Communities for Education (ENLACE) is funded by the State of New Mexico through the Higher Education Department.