Good Morning Students!!
Students who are graduating in the Spring will be honored during Virtual Commencement Ceremony at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 15th. Graduates will not be on campus, but they will be celebrated as their names and degrees/certificates will be announced. Some students have even submitted their photos. Join us during a live stream on YouTube at https://youtu.be/tUtbBgCn4aA and on SFCVTV-16 on Comcast! Congratulations to all our graduates!
|SFCC Spring 2021 Virtual Graduation youtu.be|
Summer 2021 registration is happening NOW!! Schedule your appointment TODAY with your academic advisor!!
1) Returning students are strongly encouraged to work with an academic advisor prior to registering. Contact at Academic Advising at 505-428-1275 or email@example.com.
SPRING SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE
Student Government Association is sponsoring the “Allow Your Life to Thrive – Don’t Drink and Drive” campaign. Check out the flyer for more information about how you can participate in the campaign and earn a free $25 gift certificate!
1) The Campus Cupboard is offering FREE FOOD distribution each Friday from 12-4 pm. Students can drive up to the West Wing for a contactless pick-up. We currently do not require any student identification. Students, please do not leave your vehicles drive-up, open your trunk and your food will be placed in your trunk.
1) Are you a currently enrolled in the Spring semester and are experiences some financial challenges? have you experienced a recent emergency and need just a little help? Apply today through the Student Emergency Fund. Applications can be found on your MYSFCC page under Resources (Emergency Assistance Fund). Applications are reviewed frequently, and funds are directly awarded to your account. (The funds cannot cover the cost of tuition or books.)
2) Did you know that you may be eligible for FREE GRANT MONEY? Have you completed your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). If not, it’s easy, apply today at www.fafsa.gov. Even if you are taking a few classes, you may still be eligible. For more information please contact our financial aid office at (505) 428-1268. The 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 applications are available now.
1) Students will not be dropped for non-payment. If you are currently enrolled, you must pay in full or make payment arrangements with the cashier’s office. Contact them today at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2) Students need to pay their current balance in order to register for the subsequent term. Please contact the Cashiers office today or visit your student account online (email@example.com).
3) Last day for students to withdraw from Spring 2021 individual courses was April 1.
Study Space – Do you need a quiet place to study? The Library is now open to you for study by reservation. To make reservations visit: https://libraryhelp.sfcc.edu/reservations
Technology – Do you have a laptop or hotspot checked out from the SFCC campus? The library is now making appointments for returning technology to campus. To make an appointment visit: https://sfcc.libcal.com/appointments/library
Resource of the Week
Resource of the Week: Homeless Legal Clinic (St. Elizabeth Shelters and Supportive Housing 804 Alarid Street, Santa Fe, NM 87505 | 505-982-6611 | www.steshelter.org
|St. Elizabeth Shelters & Supportive Housing | Santa Fe, NM St. Elizabeth Shelters & Supportive Housing in Santa Fe, NM is dedicated to assisting homeless individuals and families by providing emergency shelter, food, case management, counseling, supportive www.steshelter.org|
The Homeless Legal Clinic operates every Tuesday by appointment only; those interested must call first to schedule an appointment. Volunteer attorneys meet with low-income individuals and those experiencing homelessness in private sessions and provide on-the-spot legal information and advice and referrals to low-income or pro bono legal service programs. The attorneys also help draft legal documents. In many instances, the problems of the interviewees can be resolved at the clinic. There might be a Spanish translator.
La Clínica Legal para Personas sin Hogar opera todos los martes con cita previa; los interesados deben llamar primero para programar una cita. Los abogados voluntarios se reúnen con personas de bajos ingresos y personas sin hogar en sesiones privadas y brindan información legal y asesoramiento en el lugar y referencias a programas de servicios legales pro bono o de bajos ingresos. Los abogados también ayudan a redactar documentos legales. En muchos casos, los problemas de los entrevistados se pueden resolver en la clínica. Puede haber un traductor de español pero no personal en el lugar.
Summer Scholarship Application now available
|Scholarships are available for full and part-time students in all qualified areas of study including but not limited to: Business, Early Childhood, Engineering, Nursing, Computer Studies, Culinary and more. There are scholarships for Native American students, Hispanic students and students with disabilities (must be registered with the SAS department), international and non-U.S. citizens. See attached flyer for info, or visit https://www.sfcc.edu/offices/financial-aid/|
Are you need of a safe study space? By reserving a space at the Higher Education Center (HEC), you will have access to WIFI, safe and quite space in an in-door facility. Students will make reservations by emailing HEC@sfcc.edu from their SFCC email account. Check out the HEC Study Space flyer for more information.
Counseling Services is opening an online Support Group as well as a Grief Support Group to new members. Taking place via a secure video platform for the second half of the spring semester, the groups will begin the week of April 5th and meet for 6 weeks. Group sessions will meet for 1 hour.
The group meeting times are as follows:
Support Group: Thursdays at 5:30pm (1hr)
Grief Support Group: Thursdays at 2pm (1hr)
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in participating or have questions. We very much look forward to having you join our groups!
UNM Ambassador Program
Apply by May 31 for Health Sciences Ambassador Program (deadline extended) (https://hsc.unm.edu/diversity/programs/community/ambassadors.html)
The UNM Health Sciences Center Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion offers
the Health Sciences Ambassadors Program hosted at SFCC.
The program is an academic year-long program providing new students from economically or educationally disadvantaged backgrounds who are interested in health careers a year-to-year program to ensure they matriculate and graduate to their next level of education.
For more information on eligibility and program benefits, see the program information sheet.
Apply online now! See flyer for more information.
Watermark Scholars Program
The application period is now open for the Watermark Scholars program!
Watermark is offering women in STEM scholarships for the fall 2021 academic term to provide much-needed support for college students pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM)-related studies and careers.
Two students will be selected from the pool of applicants, and awardees will each receive $5,000 to help continue their education.
To participate in the Watermark Scholars program, applicants are asked to submit either a written essay, up to 500 words, or a short video on the topic of “Who has inspired you to pursue a career in science or technology, and what do you want to achieve upon graduation?” We’re looking for students who have been inspired by recent events and changes in learning and want to make a difference in their careers!
We’re asking you to help us share this opportunity with your students by posting this link on your institution’s website and sharing it with the appropriate internal resources: https://www.watermarkinsights.com/watermark-scholars/.
The deadline to submit entries is July 15, 2021, and awardees will be notified in August.
Always Your Champion,
Dr. Thomasinia Ortiz-Gallegos
Associate Vice President for Student Success
Santa Fe Community College