Transfer Links

If you are thinking of transferring from Santa Fe Community College to another institution, you can get started by clicking on the links below, or calling or emailing the contact person for each college. Or feel free to visit us in the Center for Academic Transitions Office, Room 131 in the main hallway of the SFCC campus.

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University of New Mexico (UNM): Main Webpage: www.UNM.edu
Admissions Contact: Joshua Stewart, 505-277-8573, jstewart1@unm.edu
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Transfer Admissions Page: 

New Mexico Highlands University (NMHU): Main Webpage: www.NMHU.edu
Admissions Contact: Sharon Mondragon, 505-454-3503, 505-454-3434
Information for Transfer Students

New Mexico State University (NMSU): Main Webpage: www.NMSU.edu
Admissions Contact: Sylvia Castillo, 505-323-8774
Undergraduate Transfers

Southwestern College (SWC): Main Webpage: www.SWC.edu
Admissions Contact: Dru Phoenix, 505-471-5756 ext. 6815, admissions@swc.edu

New Mexico Tech (NMT): Main Webpage: www.NMT.edu
Admissions Contact: Mike Kloeppel, mkloeppel@admin.nmt.edu, 800-428-8324 ext. 1
Registration for transfer students

Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA): Main Webpage: www.IAIA.edu
Admissions Information: 1(800)-804-6422
Degree Seeking Transfer Students

Eastern New Mexico University (ENMU): Main Webpage: www.ENMU.edu
Admissions Contact: Ronda Hutchinson, 575-562-2182, rondahutchinson@enmu.edu
Transfer Students

Western New Mexico University (WNMU): Main Webpage: www.WNMU.edu
Admissions Contact : Dan Tressler, Leslie Arnold, 800-872-9668 ext. 6193, admissions@wnmu.edu
Undergraduate Student Admissions

Northern New Mexico College (NNMC): Main Webpage: www.NNMC.edu
Admissions Contact: VNaranjo@nnmc.edu, RBegay@nnmc.edu, (505) 747-2100
Information for Transfer Students

SFCC Campus Closed Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe Higher Education Center, William C. Witter Fitness Education Center and Kids Campus are closed through the end of the Spring Semester in response to coronavirus (COVID-19).

Many classes are transitioning to an online learning environment and limited student services are available.

Get more details on the SFCC COVID-19 webpage.