Santa Fe Community College Foundation

Santa Fe Community College relies on the generous support of friends to sustain our academic programs and to share in its vision for the future. Your gift will help us provide the resources we need to ensure quality education for our students and the opportunity to keep the energy alive with new and innovative programs, talented faculty and staff, and state-of-the-art facilities.

Your support makes our college a force for social change and strengthens the community.

sfccfoundationsmallPartnerships with local businesses, school districts and local and state governments are representative of the synergy between SFCC and its community. A wide variety of educational programs such as Nursing, Respiratory Therapy, Green Building, Alternative Fuels, Math, Business and ART, as well as 35 other degree programs has improved the quality of life for countless individuals who would otherwise not have been served.

Through its response to regional and national educational needs, SFCC is experiencing extraordinary growth and change. Two new “green” buildings have opened: The Health and Sciences Center and the Trades and Advanced Technology Center which houses the Sustainable Technologies programs.

SFCC thrives today because of its students, 600 dedicated faculty and staff, and friends who support our role as a community partner and quality educational institution. Since 1983, our vision of excellence for our students has established strong ties between SFCC and the community.

Learn more at the Santa Fe Community College Foundation website.


Office Contact

Phone
505-428-1855

Banner Upgrade: Limited Campus Services Starting 2:30 p.m., Friday, May 26

Banner services at SFCC will be unavailable starting at 2:30 p.m., Friday, May 26, while important upgrades take place. The update is expected to last through Sunday, May 28.

During this upgrade, no services that rely on Banner will be accessible. Impacted areas include Financial Aid, Cashier’s Office and the Welcome and Advising Center. Registration for classes, including those in Continuing Education and Dual Credit, will not be available during this time.

Thank you for your patience while these important updates are made. For more information, contact the Office of Information Technology.