Margaret Peters
Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs

Margaret Peters holds a B.A. in English from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas and an M.A. in English from The Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California. She has been teaching at SFCC since 1996 and has previously taught at Blinn College in Texas and Harvey Mudd College and University of LaVerne in California. In 2001, then-governor Gary Johnson proclaimed December 12 “Margaret A. Peters Day” throughout the state of New Mexico to recognize her contributions as a teacher and adviser. Margaret received a NISOD award in 2011.

Margaret teaches composition courses as well as Literature of the Southwest, The Novel, American Literature I and II, and other literature courses. She hopes to foster a love of literature in each of her students.

Campus Closed: Spring Break

SFCC will be closed March 18-24. The Higher Education Center will only be open for NMHU classes.

No on- or off-campus classes or activities will be held, and no labs or other student services will be available.

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