Who We Are
The Team serves as a central network focused on caring prevention and early intervention for students experiencing serious distress or engaging in harmful or disruptive behaviors. The BIT will assess and assist students who exhibit behaviors of concern and intervene appropriately.
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My dad raised me. He owns a construction company. I’ve been working since I was 15. I went to school originally to be a game warden — I was working toward a Bachelor’s at the University of New Mexico. Then I decided to Read more ›
You can actually expect to get quite a bit of help from us. You can use Student Accessibility Services at SFCC as if it were the equivalent of your "Home Room" from high school. You can check in with us as often as you would like for the following reasons:
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Jill sat on the aluminum steps of the silver trailer she’d shared with Russ these past four months and watched the creek inch not just forward but toward her. She’d seen thunderclouds approach like this, taunting and inevitable, but those she could handle. She could go inside and they’d pass. Read more ›
Tommy Orange is a graduate and current professor at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico. An enrolled member of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma, Tommy was born and raised in Oakland, California, and currently lives in Angels Camp, California. His first novel, There There, has been praised by Read more ›
At five, I never saw a Jesus like this before—at least, I thought it was Jesus, there at Ms. Cynthia Nix’s house in a picture on the wall behind some balloons. He had all the right stuff like Jesus. He had a golden circle around his head, long hair, and a beard, and he smiled Read more ›
My brother-in-law’s father just died. He’d been feeling ill, and doctors discovered an abdominal mass. But they couldn’t perform an MRI because he was too obese. His demise seems sudden and peculiar. My mother, my fiancé, and I drive to the graveside service, a little unsure. “I don’t know what to Read more ›
Welcome to all new and returning students! I hope you enjoyed your first week and are settling into the rhythm of your semester. I wanted to take this opportunity to share some information with you that might help make this semester a bit easier for you.
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The Big Island
Look, I hate this town sometimes but Carmelo Anthony said it more succinctly: Man, fuck New York. Staring despondently at the banking site that displays my lack of savings. Being treated like a criminal at a deli with a nonsensical ticket-payment system, and I had misplaced my ticket. Dear Read more ›
Three months after your last memorial I finally searched the public library catalog for your favorite movie. I admit I was procrastinating, but I had my reasons. I believed that the longer I put off the so-called work of mourning, the longer you’d stick around. But three months passed and Read more ›
We castrated the bulls ourselves with our pocketknives. Since I’m her only granddaughter, she made me watch her sneak up behind one with a blade behind her back, grab the sack and slice through in one quick motion. Somehow she didn’t need to tie anything. She liked to do it when they were young. Meanwhile, Read more ›
Santa Fe Community College Continuing Education Department will offer a new series of classes in social media. The six-month series of fully online classes will begin Jan. 16 and end May 12. Students who complete the series will be eligible for a Social Media Specialist Certificate of Completion. “This a growing field where we see Read more ›