Student Resources During SFCC Coronavirus Closure – President, March 13

Dear Students,

We are following Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s recommendation to reduce the spread of Coronavirus-19. Therefore, SFCC, Kids Campus, and the Higher Education Center will be closed for Spring Break beginning 9 p.m. today, Friday, March 13, through Sunday, March 22. In addition, both campuses will be closed Monday, March 23, through Sunday, April 5, to further prevent the virus from impacting our community members. All events are canceled and there is no access to the main campus or the HEC.

I encourage everyone to continue to follow the New Mexico Department of Health Coronavirus 19 Recommendations.

  • Keep handy these New Mexico Department of Health numbers:
  • For Health Concerns: 1-855-600-3453
  • For All Other Concerns, such as food, childcare, etc.: 1-833-551-0518

Students: We are here for you! Although access to campus is not available, we are. After Spring Break, many college services will be available remotely. All SFCC online classes continue as normal. Please check your email and regularly for updates.  We will be updating the Student section of Frequently Asked Questions regularly on that page.

MARCH 23 through APRIL 5: The campus will close, but online classes will resume.

After Spring Break, if you have not heard from your instructors, we encourage you to email them to see if you can continue with assignments on Canvas or other online components of your class.



Admissions (Welcome and Advising):

Adult Education Center:

Career Services:

Campus Cupboard is closed. If you need food, please contact The Food Depot at 505-471-1633 or

Campus Safety and Security:

Continuing Education:

Counseling Services: If you cannot reach Counseling Services, call New Mexico Crisis Line 1-855-662-7474 to talk to a professional counselor, 1-855-227-5485 (TTY)

Financial Aid:


Office of Student Development:



Veterans Resource Center:

If you are a student of an Santa Fe Higher Education Center partner institution, please contact them directly.

Please check your email and regularly for updates. Visit SFCC’s Facebook page and Twitter. SFCC’s ESL program is posting on the ESL Facebook page in English and Spanish.

The college understands that this is a challenging time. Stay healthy and safe. Stay informed. And stay on top of your studies as best you can. Reach out to faculty and staff for assistance. We’re here for you.


Becky Rowley, Ph.D.