Campus Weekly


Spring Kick-off!

Welcome to Santa Fe Community College’s spring 2018 semester. SFCC hallways, offices and classrooms are again bustling with student activity and college employees are dashing between duties in response to the vibrant scene. Please keep your eyes peeled for wandering or lost students who may be struggling to locate a classroom or department. Have a great semester!


News and Announcements

Opportunities to learn about the SFCC Bond Election

Two information sessions on the upcoming Feb. 6 SFCC bond election will take place Thursday, January 18, 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. on the upstairs mezzanine in the William C. Witter Fitness Education Center. Interim President Cecilia Cervantes, Ph.D. will lead the sessions. Read more. . .

If you’re not able to attend one of these sessions, Vice President for Finance Nick Telles will be featured on multiple radio shows this week and next with Dr. Cervantes for the first interview and with Jack Sullivan, vice chair of the SFCC Governing Board for the other two.
Friday, Jan. 19, 8 a.m.: KSWV/Que Suave 99.9 FM/810 AM with Estevan Gonzales.
Friday, Jan. 19, 3 p.m.: Hutton Broadcasting, KTRC 1260 AM/103.7 FM with Richard Eeds.
Monday, Jan. 22, 8 a.m.: KSFR 101.5 FM with Tom Trowbridge.

Early voting begins Tuesday, Jan. 17 in Room LL307 (next to the Veterans Resource Center).

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Read the latest INSIDE

Read the latest issue of INSIDE SFCC.

Features include:
College education improves community
Pre-K wing opens at Kids Campus
SFCC welcomes Interim President Cecilia Y.M. Cervantes, Ph.D.

Fitness Education Center Dress Code

Please be aware of the dress code for working out in the FEC. For more information, contact Ute Jannsen-Kerr, ext. 1651.

New Social Media Certificate offered this Spring

SFCC’s Continuing Education Department will offer a new series of classes in social media. The six-month series of fully online classes will begin Jan. 16. Students who complete the series will be eligible for a Social Media Specialist Certificate of Completion.

For more information, contact Monique Anair, ext. 1738.

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Student Spotlight

Student Canvas Orientation Schedule

All orientation sessions take place in Room 416. No RSVP required. Laptops will be provided, if needed.
Tues., Jan. 16: 10 to 11 a.m.
Wed., Jan. 17: 10 to 11 am.
Thur., Jan. 18: 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Fri., Jan. 19: 9 to 10 a.m.
Sat., Jan. 20: 9 to 10 a.m.
Mon., Jan. 22: 1 to 2 p.m.
Tues., Jan. 23: 10 to 11 a.m.

National Religious Freedom Day, Jan. 16

Celebration of the Statute for Religious Freedom with an info table in the Campus Center. Read more about this groundbreaking statute. Sponsored by CDIL.

Meal Cards

Financial aid funds can be used to purchase meal cards that are accepted at the SFCC cafeteria and the Campus Center Cafe in Campus Center. To use financial funds, please make arrangements with the Cashiers Office.

Meal cards are refillable and can be prepaid with financial aid, a credit card, cash or check. To learn more contact Behzad Dayeny, ext. 1363.

Employee Announcements

Add SFCC Bond logo to email signature

To promote voting on the SFCC Bond, please add the logo to your email signature.

1) Download the graphic to your computer: http://votesfcc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/SFCC-FINAL_EmailSig500x.png
2) Open a new email
3) Click “Message” on tool bar
4) Click “Signature,” then “Signatures”
5) Click on Image box in the text editor and upload the image, hit “Insert”
6) Your email should now contain graphic
7) If you can, insert the www.votesfcc.com hyperlink into the graphic

Please contact MPR, ext. 1667 if you have any issues with this process.

Harrell performing at Teatro Paraguas

Be sure to catch Welcome and Advising Center’s Jonathan Harrell in Atravesada: Poetry of the Border January 18-28 at Teatro Paraguas. Jonathan will be accompanying the actors, playing guitar and performing some songs in Spanish. The performance is described as “a humorous and honest exploration of cultural and geographic borders, as well as the Borderlands of the Self. In English and Spanglish.”


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¡Palabra!: Internalized Oppression

Internalized Oppression: The internalization of destructive feelings and behaviors experienced by the victims of oppression, which then lead to inaccurate beliefs about themselves and other members of the same target group. A vehicle that makes possible collusion of recipients. View definition in Spanish.

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