Campus Weekly

News and Announcements

Edge of Equity Community Conversation

The first Edge of Equity Community Conversation about Development Without Displacement, Health Without Displacement, earlier this month drew a standing room only crowd at the Santa Fe Community Foundation. The next panel, Education and Displacement, will be from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Tues., January 23 at the HEC, 1950 Siringo. Panelists include Governing Board Chair Linda Siegle and and Dr. Patricia Trujillo of Northern College.

Photo by Tomás Rivera

SFCC Bond Information

If you missed the SFCC Bond Information Sessions last week, you can view the morning session on YouTube. If you have questions about the bond or would like information brochures to distribute to your various groups, contact Marketing and Public Relations, ext. 1667. Also the votesfcc website has a lot of great information.

SFCC received endorsements for the bond from both the Santa Fe New Mexican and the Albuquerque Journal, you can read both here.

OIT Updates

Beginning Monday January 22, you will be able to manage your SFCC password through a personal email account or security questions. You will be required to provide and verify a personal email address and set your recovery questions as we roll out this great tool!

OIT will be performing system patching and maintenance on Sunday, January 28. Systems will be affected by intermittent outages. For more information, contact the OIT Service Desk, ext. 1222.

Read the latest 'INSIDE SFCC'

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.

Student Spotlight

Student Canvas Orientation Schedule

All orientation sessions take place in Room 416. No RSVP required. Laptops will be provided, if needed.
Mon., Jan. 22: 1 to 2 p.m.
Tues., Jan. 23: 10 to 11 a.m.

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.

Reminder: Deadline to file Petition to Graduate

A reminder to students that the deadline to submit your petition to graduate Spring 2018 is Friday, Feb. 9.

For more information, visit the Registrar’s Office in the Welcome and Advising Center or call ext 1385.


Employee Announcements

Awesome Foundation accepting grant applications

The Santa Fe chapter of the Awesome Foundation is accepting applications for a $1,000 micro-grant that will be awarded to invest in a local project that aims to make Santa Fe a better place to live, work, and play. Applications are due by February 2, 2018, with the grant to be awarded in March.

For more information, email or visit the chapter’s Facebook page.


Pearce featured in ViVO Contemporary exhibit

SFCC’s Director of the Center for Book Art and Printingmaking Patricia Pearce is featured in the current exhibit Renewal at ViVO Contemporary Gallery, 725 Canyon Road. The exhibit continues through March 13.

“Pearce’s rich and supple creations are the products of a lifetime of making art. Pearce calls herself a ‘Creative Expansionist,’ because she can’t restrict her imagination to one conventional medium. Her unique art draws from all the exploration she has done, and continues to do every day she is in her studio.”

Photo: Pearce’s Dream Garden, Collage, 36′ x 18′

How To: Add bond logo to email signature

1) Download the graphic to your computer:
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 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.”


¡Palabra!: Youth Ally

Youth Ally: A person who acts in partnership with young people, but does not identify as a juvenile. A youth ally grows out of cultural, social, and institutional relationships, partnerships, and mentoring. An ally of youth is a person who supports and stands up for the rights and the dignity of the youth, especially when young people are not present or otherwise capable of representing themselves. View definition in Spanish.

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