The Trades and Advanced Technology Center at Santa Fe Community College offers a broad curriculum that includes associate in applied science degrees in building science and construction technologies, engineering technologies, controlled environment agriculture and sustainable technologies, among others.
Specialty certifications in biofuels and biodiesel/alternative fuels, green building construction and systems, residential energy auditing and inspection, green infrastructure/IT, solar energy and water treatment operations and resource management are also offered.
All degree-seeking students at SFCC, approximately 12,000 per year, are required to enroll in Environmental Technologies (ENVR111), which introduces them to sustainable concepts.
The Trades and Advanced Technology Center houses the School of Trades, Technology and Sustainability.
For more information, please contact:
Stephen M Gómez, Ph.D., Chair Trades, Technology and Sustainability, 505-428-1917 or
Barry Hubbard, Ph.D., Dean for the School of Trades, Advanced Technologies, and Sustainability, and the School of Business, Professional Studies, and Education, 505-428-1639
In 2015, the building was awarded LEED Platinum from the U.S. Green Building Council.