SFCC's phased Reopening Plan
It is the ongoing priority of Santa Fe Community College to safely, compassionately, creatively, and effectively respond to the COVID-19 crisis while ensuring the delivery of high-quality education and exceptional student support services.
In alignment with SFCC’s 2020 COVID-19 Strategic Plan, the “SFCC CARES: COVID-19 Readiness Plan” for fall semester 2020 emphasizes a smart and compassionate return to campus. The carefully measured approach will continue to balance the educational and health needs of our campus.
Many in our community had hoped to return to campus by this fall. As most experts believe there will be a second wave of COVID-19 cases (or that we have not even exited the first wave), we have had to adjust to the pandemic to maximize the safety of our students, employees, and community members.
As circumstances stand today, our fall semester may not feel significantly different than our summer. The best way to ensure the safety of our community is to minimize our person-to-person contact.
The above statements are from the comprehensive SFCC: Cares Covid-19 Readiness Plan. The plan is a 58-page document.
The college is currently in Phase 0 and will move into Phase 1 at the beginning of the fall semester.
For a concise, illustrated guide to the college’s phased reopening plan please visit https://www.sfcc.edu/cares/