SFCC Policies and Procedures

Please Note: All policies may not yet be available online as we complete the transition to our new website. Policies marked with * are in the process of being updated or merged.

Policy: A broad rule, principle, plan or course of action that the Governing Board adopts for the College through its approval process to guide the work of the College (SFCC Policy 1-1). Each SFCC Policy has a leader who is responsible for remaining current with external rules and regulations, understanding and documenting the guiding principles, and developing the procedures for that Policy.

Procedure: An outline of how the Policy is implemented, made actionable.

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Section 1:
Institutional, Board and Key Administrative Policies and Procedures
SFCC President
Section 2:
Student Affairs Policies and Procedures
Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, Student Success
Section 3:
Academic Affairs Policies and Procedures
Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, Academic Affairs
Section 4:
Human Resources Policies and Procedures
Executive Director, Human Resources
Section 5:
Campus Facilities Policies and Procedures
Executive Director, Plant Operations & Maintenance
Section 6:
Financial Services and Campus Security Policies and Procedures
Vice President, Finance & Chief Financial Officer
Section 7: 
Technology Policies and Procedures
Chief Information Officer, Information Technology
Section 8:
Marketing and Public Relations Policies and Procedures
Executive Director, Marketing and Public Relations
Section 9:
Institutional Effectiveness & Accountability
Assistant Vice President of Planning and Institutional Effectiveness
Section 10:
President and Administration

View Merged and Repealed SFCC Policies

Updated: 6/21/2018

Section 04: Human Resources Policies and Procedures


SFCC Campus Closed Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe Higher Education Center, William C. Witter Fitness Education Center and Kids Campus are closed through the end of the Spring Semester in response to coronavirus (COVID-19).

Many classes are transitioning to an online learning environment and limited student services are available.

Get more details on the SFCC COVID-19 webpage.