Tuition and Fees for Credit Enrollment

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SFCC is waiving its online distance learning fees for the summer and fall semesters – a savings of up to $75.

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Summer Tuition Rates Per Credit Hour

In-State & In-District Resident $48 (Rates apply to those who have established New Mexico residency for tuition purposes* and reside within the college’s taxing district**)
In-State & Out-of-District Resident $60 (Rates apply to those who have established New Mexico residency for tuition purposes* and reside outside the college’s taxing district**)
Out-of-State Resident $143 (Rates apply to those who have not established New Mexico residency for tuition purposes.*)

Required Fees

Rates are subject to change without notice.
Service fee
$7 per credit hour
Student Government Association (SGA) and Student Activities fee
$1.50 per credit hour
Technology fee
$2 per credit hour

Course/Program Fees

Laboratory, Program and Supply fees
for designated courses and as noted in the class listing

Other Fees

  • Payment plan set-up fee (nonrefundable): $15
  • Dishonored check/charge fee: $20
  • Fitness facility fee (per semester): $100
  • Fitness center pass: one visit $8, monthly pass $50
  • Fitness center locker rental (per semester): $10
  • GED test fee (each test): $20

    • Admin fee $10
    • Online test fee $20

  • HiSet test fee: $15

    • Proctor fee: $8

  • Replacement diploma: $10
  • Student ID card replacement fee: $10
  • Student studio rental: $100
  • Art facility fee (per course): $25
  • Damage deposit (refundable upon inspection at end of semester): $75
  • Third-party proctoring (per testing session): $25

* Residency status for tuition purposes: Minimum residency for in-state rates is 12 consecutive months. Your residency status for tuition purposes does not change automatically once you have lived here for 12 months; you must submit an in-state residency application and provide proof you have established residency to the Welcome and Advising Center (formerly Enrollment and Student Services) before the deadline to change your status (Section 21-1-3 NMSA, 1978 Comp). If you have questions about your residency status for tuition purposes, call 505-428-1270.

**Taxing district: The college’s taxing district matches the Santa Fe Public School District. In addition to Santa Fe, it includes Glorieta, Madrid, Cerrillos, Lamy, La Cienega, Galisteo and Tesuque.
For more information, please contact the Welcome and Advising Center, 505-428-1270, wac@sfcc.edu.

Fall 2020 Tuition Rates Per Credit Hour

In-State & In-District Resident $49 (Rates apply to those who have established New Mexico residency for tuition purposes* and reside within the college’s taxing district**)
In-State & Out-of-District Resident $61 (Rates apply to those who have established New Mexico residency for tuition purposes* and reside outside the college’s taxing district**)
Out-of-State Resident $144  (Rates apply to those who have not established New Mexico residency for tuition purposes.*)

Required Fees

Rates are subject to change without notice.

Service fee
$11 per credit hour

Student Government Association (SGA) and Student Activities fee
$1.50 per credit hour

Technology fee
$10 per credit hour

Course/Program Fees

Laboratory, Program and Supply fees 
for designated courses and as noted in the class listing

Other Fees

  • Payment plan set-up fee (nonrefundable): $15
  • Dishonored check/charge fee: $20
  • Fitness facility fee (per semester): $100
  • Fitness center pass: one visit $8,  monthly pass $50
  • Fitness center locker rental (per semester): $10
  • GED test fee (each test): $20

    • Admin fee $10
    • Online test fee $20

  • HiSet test fee: $15

    • Proctor fee: $8

  • Replacement diploma: $10
  • Student ID card replacement fee: $10
  • Student studio rental: $100
  • Art facility fee (per course): $25
  • Damage deposit (refundable upon inspection at end of semester): $75
  • Third-party proctoring (per testing session): $25

* Residency status for tuition purposes: Minimum residency for in-state rates is 12 consecutive months. Your residency status for tuition purposes does not change automatically once you have lived here for 12 months; you must submit an in-state residency application and provide proof you have established residency to the Welcome and Advising Center (formerly Enrollment and Student Services) before the deadline to change your status (Section 21-1-3 NMSA, 1978 Comp). If you have questions about your residency status for tuition purposes, call 505-428-1270.

**Taxing district: The college’s taxing district matches the Santa Fe Public School District. In addition to Santa Fe, it includes Glorieta, Madrid, Cerrillos, Lamy, La Cienega, Galisteo and Tesuque.
For more information, please contact the Welcome and Advising Center, 505-428-1270, wac@sfcc.edu.

Senior Citizens

$5 per credit hour up to ten credits
Rates apply to those who are 65 or older and have established New Mexico Residency for tuition purposes.* and are enrolled for 10 or fewer credits per semester. Applies on a space-available basis. If you are taking more than ten credits per semester, state law requires that you be charged the applicable full rate for all classes.

Senior Citizens also pay any applicable fees at rates specified for the enrollment semester.

* Residency status for tuition purposes: Minimum residency for in-state rates is 12 consecutive months. Your residency status for tuition purposes does not change automatically once you have lived here for 12 months; you must submit an in-state residency application and provide proof you have established residency to the Welcome and Advising Center (formerly Enrollment and Student Services) before the deadline to change your status (Section 21-1-3 NMSA, 1978 Comp). If you have questions about your residency status for tuition purposes, call 505-428-1270.

Armed Forces

Members of the U.S. Armed Forces, their spouses, dependent children and members of the armed forces of a foreign country assigned to active duty in New Mexico may qualify for in-state rates. For information, call the Welcome and Advising Center at 505-428-1270.

Go to the Registration and Payment Deadlines page for important dates and deadlines.