President’s update: July 1, 2020

In a message to SFCC employees, President Becky Rowley informs the community that Fall 2020 will look much like Summer 2020, with minimal face-to-face contact and mostly online classes. President Rowley emphasized the importance of staff, faculty, and visitors to campus wearing masks while on the SFCC campus. The bona fide financial emergency remains in […]


Santa Fe Community College and Chef José Andrés’ World Central Kitchen conclude service June 26 having provided more than 50,000 free, fresh meals

Having served more than 50,000 free, fresh meals to area communities, Santa Fe Community College and World Central Kitchen concluded its food distribution initiative on Friday, June 26. World Central Kitchen, led by world famous chef and humanitarian Chef José Andrés, partnered with Santa Fe Community College to help feed community members experiencing food insecurity during the covid-19 […]


SFCC announces Virtual Commencement Ceremony at 10 a.m. June 20, 2020

Simultaneous broadcast on KSWV 99.9 FM| 810 AM, YouTube and SFCTV-16 on Comcast Santa Fe Community College announces that it will host a Virtual Commencement Ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 20. While graduates won’t be on campus, they will be celebrated as their names and awards are announced during a live broadcast on KSWV […]


SFCC announces new fee structure for 2020-2021 academic year

Tuition and some fees increase, distance learning online fees dropped Santa Fe Community College announces a new fee structure for the 2020-2021 academic year beginning with the fall semester. At a special meeting on May 8, the SFCC Governing Board declared a bona fide financial emergency (Policy 4-40 Special Circumstances Employment Actions) and approved increases […]


SFCC announces Virtual Town Hall: SFCC Crucial Conversations moderated by sj Miller, Ph.D. Noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 10

Advance registration required What: Virtual Town Hall: SFCC Crucial Conversations – A space to discuss the impact of current events, and how racism, police brutality, xenophobia, and inequalities impact our lives and our work. Sponsored by the SFCC Library. Who: Opening and closing comments by President Becky Rowley, Ph.D. Moderated by sj Miller, Ph.D., Santa Fe […]


SFCC’s fall registration features new Massage Therapy Certificate and revitalized Engineering Machining Technologies Certificate

More than 100 certificates and programs, many online classes available Registration open, advisors available to assist Santa Fe Community College has opened registration for the fall semester. The fall semester begins Monday, August 24. Among the many fall program offerings, SFCC will launch a new massage therapy certificate program, as well as revitalized engineering machining […]


SFCC President announces Reduction in Force

In an email announcement Tuesday, May 19, SFCC  President Becky Rowley informed employees that a Reduction in Force had begun in closed or reduced departments.  This Reduction in Force is in response to the economic challenges the college faces as a result of COVID-19 and some may be temporary. Read the president’s full message to […]


Santa Fe Community College Announces Katie Besser Student Awards

Recipients were recognized in an online ceremony on May 14 Sylvia Pincheira received Richard Bradford Memorial Creative Writing Scholarship Santa Fe Community College’s emerging writers, photographers and mixed media artists were recognized during the Katie Besser Awards celebration hosted online by the SFCC Library on May 14. The awards were named for the late Katie […]


Limited Access to Campus Starting May 18; Campus Remains Closed to Public

In a message to Staff and Faculty on May 14, 2020 President Becky Rowley announced that campus would remain closed to the public through the summer.  Staff and faculty will be allowed limited access to campus beginning May 18.  Read the president’s message and guidance for access here: President’s Update to SFCC Staff and Faculty: […]


Santa Fe Community College and Chef José Andrés’ World Central Kitchen partner to feed students and their families as well as local communities

Updated: April 29, 2020 at 9:25 a.m. To address food insecurity during the coronavirus crisis, Santa Fe Community College has launched a food distribution initiative in partnership with World Central Kitchen, led by world famous chef and humanitarian, Chef José Andrés. Santa Fe Community College Foundation is supporting the program, which will help feed Santa Fe […]


SFCC’s summer semester classes offered online

Registration open, advisors available to assist Santa Fe Community College has opened registration for the summer semester. The summer semester begins June 8. Due to SFCC’s Covid-19 safety response, all summer classes will be offered online. SFCC President Becky Rowley, Ph.D. said, “This is a challenging time. We recognize that the easiest way to move […]


SFCC and Los Alamos National Laboratory announce collaboration in support of SFCC’s Machining Engineering Technologies certificate

Combining classroom and hands-on training provides path to high-paying job opportunities Santa Fe Community College and Los Alamos National Laboratory announce a collaboration in support of the college’s revised Machining Engineering Technologies certificate. LANL has seen a steady increase in the need for machinists over the last six years and anticipates that the need will […]


Santa Fe Community College selects James Wysong, Ed.D., as Dean of the School of Liberal Arts and the School of Arts, Design, and Media Arts

Santa Fe Community College has selected James Wysong, Ed.D, as the new Dean of the School of Liberal Arts and the School of Arts, Design, and Media Arts. The college’s previous dean, Bernadette Jacobs, Ph.D., retired in January. Wysong and other candidates participated in open forums on campus in February and early March. He will […]


SFCC announces sj Miller Ph.D. to present Gender Identity Justice in Schools and Communites at 2 p.m. Arpil 9 2020 via Zoom

Rescheduled talk via Zoom meeting What:   sj Miller, Ph.D. will present “Gender Identity Justice in Schools and Communities.”  SFCC Library invites everyone to a scheduled Zoom meeting. The audience will view sj Miller’s TEDTalk and there will be a book discussion about Dr. Miller’s new book: Gender Identity Justice in Schools and Communities. Sponsored […]


SFCC Student Government Association Hosts Virtual Meeting with SFCC President at 11 a.m. April 9, 2020

SGA President Ian Martinez will lead a virtual meeting with SFCC President Becky Rowley, Ph.D. Virtual meeting for SFCC students convenes at 11 a.m. Thursday, April 9   What:   A virtual meeting via MicroSoft Teams for Santa Fe Community College students. Who:     Student Government Association President Ian Martinez will lead the meeting with SFCC President […]


SFCC announces campus and Santa Fe Higher Education Center closed through May 16

Many classes have transitioned to online. Staff and faculty available for support. Governing Board will meet at 2 p.m. March 30. Public can attend at  SFCC’s YouTube channel Spring Commencement postponed Santa Fe Community College’s President Becky Rowley, Ph.D., announced today, “I have extended the closures of SFCC main campus, Santa Fe Higher Education Center, […]


SFCC President announces no on-campus classes for the remainder of spring semester

Santa Fe Community College President Becky Rowley announced Monday, March 23, 2020 in an email to the college that on-campus classes at SFCC would not resume for the remainder of the spring semester.  Classes that are not online and can’t be completed through a virtual format will be extended to a later date, still to […]