The Office of Student Development 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 LL312 next to the Atrium, (505) 428-1665.
Student Ambassadors (STAM)
This program supports student retention and fosters student success through conferences, workshops, leadership skills, teamwork, and community networking, and representing the college on campus. Students must apply in a competitive process to be a part of this highly regarded leadership program and earn a scholarship for their service.
Student Government Association (SGA)
SGA is the official governance group that represents the SFCC student body. SGA members work to make a difference for the students by sharing their issues, concerns and suggestions with the SFCC Governing Board.
Let your voice be heard at the weekly SGA meetings held most Wednesdays, from noon to 1 p.m. in various locations.
The Executive members are voted in yearly and the Senators are appointed by the deans of the schools.
Clubs at SFCC are based on common interests and or an academic focus. Registration for all clubs occurs each year in the fall semester through a process. Come by our office and we will get you started on this journey. If you don’t want to start one, find one that you can join!
National Society of Leadership & Success
The Society is an organization that helps people discover and achieve their goals. The Society offers life-changing lectures from the nation’s leading presenters and a community where like-minded, success-oriented individuals come together and help one another succeed.
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, training, research, 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.
The Male Achievement Plan for Mastering Academic Networks (M4M) is a campus-wide initiative formed to support male students and help them succeed at SFCC by providing academic and student life assistance.