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‘IMMORTAL’ exhibition opening celebrated SFCC ceramic artists who passed in recent years
‘Immortal,’ an exhibition in the SFCC Visual Arts Gallery, features the work of seven potters/ceramic artists from SFCC who have passed in the last two years.
Brian Sandford wrote in Pasatiempo on January 20, “SFCC artist and student Suzanne Vilmain says she came up with the idea of the exhibit after losing (Michelle) Goodman, ‘an artist I’ve known and loved for 40 years.’ Vilmain says she approached John Boyce, the college’s head of sculpture, about presenting a group memorial.
The exhibition honors the memory of the following artists with displays of their work: Juliet Calabi, Michelle Goodman, Maia Sampson Michael, Carolyn Stupin, Eddie Hironaka, Donna Thompson and Frank Willett. Willett taught wheel-throwing classes for many years at SFCC, as well as at Santa Fe Clay. He was awarded the Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts in 2013. He taught and inspired many potters in the region.
At the opening, Program Head of Sculpture John Boyce shared these thoughts:
“Life is short, but art is long, not forever, but long enough. Art becomes a part of that which endures beyond our last breath. Art caries us on beyond our singular selves and connects us to the greater self. Art gives meaning to our brief lives, and gives that meaning to all who touch what we have made, who experience us through what we have left behind.
“When speaking of an artist’s work we say, “I own an Andy Warhol.” This odd use of language which seems to confuse the artist with their art is not an error, far from it; it signifies a deep truth, that these inanimate objects are a living part of the artist who made them. …
“I live with and use the work of several of the artists we show today. I use their art every day along with the work of artists who lived hundreds of years ago, artists whose names I will never know, but who I know through my experience of the art they made.
“Art is said to be either high or low, ceramics often being thought of as a low form of art, a craft, utilitarian. This class differentiation has its uses, but I ask you today to look at art another way, that art is either shallow or deep. Some art though touching millions will last only a moment and be forgotten, it is shallow art. Another piece of art will touch only a few yet it will resonate through a thousand years, it is deep art.
“I believe the art we see here today is deep art, it contributes to a conversation that has been going on for at least 8,000 years, and will continue on for as long as there are people to see and touch the works of artists.”
The exhibition continues through March 9. Gallery hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information call SFCC Director of Art on Campus Linda Cassel at 505-428-1501.
Jennifer Breneiser, Ph.D., to serve as interim associate dean for the School of Arts and Design and School of Liberal Arts
Carlos Balladares will serve as interim department chair for Social and Behavioral Sciences
Dean James (Jim) Wysong sent the following announcement on January 30:
Associate Dean Shalimar Krebs has recently left us to take a position with the Los Alamos National Laboratory. This is a fantastic opportunity for Shalimar to advance in his career, and we wish him well. Shalimar will be greatly missed at SFCC, where he has made innumerable contributions – both as a faculty member and as an administrator. His leadership in our Pathways Project, as co-chair of the President’s Diversity and Advisory Committee, and our recent initiatives in placement and developmental education are only the latest of a long list of contributions he has made here at SFCC.
Dr. Jennifer Breneiser will be taking Shalimar’s place as interim associate dean for the School of Arts and Design and School of Liberal Arts, effective immediately. I have great confidence in Dr. Breneiser’s ability to step into this position, based on her outstanding leadership of the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences and her many other contributions to the college.
It is also my pleasure to announce that Carlos Balladares will be assuming the duties of interim department chair for Social and Behavioral Sciences. Changes like these represent opportunities for professional growth and new challenges. Please give Jen and Carlos your full support as they take on these new roles.
“The Exchange” clothing closet coming in February – donate now
If you would like to donate clothing or toys, the following items are now being accepted:
Winter Clothing (Gently used)
Professional Women and Men’s Clothing
Kid’ Clothing (Gently-used)
Kid’s Toys (not broken or damaged)
Bring donations to Room LL305 or LL311 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday-Wednesday. For more information please call 505-428-1582.
Student Nurses Association Club Blood Drive
Friday, February 10, 2023 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. SFCC Board Room, room 223
The Student Nurses Association Club invites you to make a difference by donating blood this February. Walk-ins are welcome! Or call 505-246-1490 or click below to schedule an appointment.
SFCC shares with sadness the passing of Paul Matthew Cook, who spent much time at SFCC, particularly at the William C. Witter Fitness Center.The Santa Fe New Mexican recently published his obituary. He passed December 27, 2022. It states:
“Paul was served in Santa Fe by the disability waiver and made many friends with Challenge NM, R-Way and Santa Lucia.
Paul was a familiar face in the community and always ready to give a big hug. Paul’s caregiver Dan Saladen was his best friend and helped him for 20+ years. Dan made sure Paul enjoyed swimming at SFCC, exercise at Chavez Center, lunches at local restaurants, Special Olympics -bowling, movies, and the annual Snowball Catilian. Paul will be missed by everyone that knew him and his hugs.” Read the full obituary here.
New spring semester hours for East Wing Eatery
Applications due Feb. 3 for free PROTEC intensive fiber optics training
PROTEC will offer free training 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily Feb. 13 – 17, 2023 at SFCC Higher Education Center. Applications due on Feb. 3. Qualified applicants will get up to 80 hours paid internships.
SFCC in partnership with Santa Fe County and the New Mexico Department of Workforce Connections announce applications are open for a free training bootcamp to become a certified fiber optics technician. Qualified applicants will get up to 80 hours paid internships.
The Professional Readiness for Technical Careers (PROTEC) program begins on Monday, Feb. 13 and continues through Friday, Feb.17 at SFCC Higher Education Center, 1950 Siringo Road. Applications are due on Feb. 3. More information and applications are available at protecsantafe.com.
The free five-day, hands-on intensive program gives students the opportunity to earn three certifications from the Fiber Optic Association that are recognized throughout the world and aligned to industry standards. These credentials will remain valid for three years, after which they can be renewed by the student. Students can earn the following certifications: Certified Fiber Optic Technician, Certified Fiber Optic Specialist in Splicing, and Certified Fiber Optic Specialists in Testing and Maintenance.
Certified optics technicians are in demand. Local employers include Ward Cabling, LLC, Continental Divide Electric Cooperative, and Facebook Contractors.
To read more about the certification courses and requirements view the press release.
For more information about the PROTEC program contact SFCC Continuing Education program at505-428-1676 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Café con las Comadres – 8:30 a.m. every second Wednesday
SFCC presents Café Con Las Comadres, hosted by Doctora Thomasinia Ortiz-Gallegos, every second Wednesday of the month. Join us for our next gathering in the West Wing Upper-Level Student Affairs comfort area (next to the I-Room), from 8:30 a.m – 9:30 a.m. This is a gender-inclusive community of friends who gather to empower the lives of one another through advocacy, navigation, support, and resources. This is a safe shared space.
RSVP’s are welcomed but not necessary – please contact Loretta at email@example.com or call 505-428-1919. Sponsored by Student Activities and hosted by Doctora Thomasinia Ortiz-Gallegos.
Make appointments now for free Tax-Aide assistance at the main campus
SFCC and AARP Foundation will once again offer free tax services. This year services will be in-person at the main campus from 3 to 5 p.m. weekdays from Jan. 30 through April 18. You must schedule an appointment in advance — preferably online. If someone has no computer access, they can call 505-428-1780. Leave a clear voicemail with your name and phone number. Volunteers will return calls when possible.
Please Note: To protect Tax-Aide volunteers and the taxpayers they serve, taxpayers are required to wear masks during their appointment. Volunteers will be wearing masks.
Intake and other forms may be picked up at the site during tax preparation hours or you may download these forms from the SFCC website. Please arrive 15-30 minutes early for your appointment.
The Professional Readiness for Technical Careers (PROTEC) program will run on weekends and begins on Saturday, February 11 and continues through Sunday, February 26 at Santa Fe Community College. Applications are due on Jan. 31. More information and applications are available at protecsantafe.com.
The partners have teamed up to provide a multilevel, detailed Production Assistant (PA) training program. This program will provide participants with training in on-set safety, on-set etiquette, production office skills, OSHA-10 certification, interview and résumé building skills, exposure to industry standard equipment, effective communication skills and more.
Participant requirements: No prior workforce training is required. Participants must be a high school graduate or equivalent, aged 18 years old or older, have a valid driver’s license, and be a Santa Fe County resident. For applications visit protecsantafe.com.
For more information about the PROTEC program contact SFCC Continuing Education program at 505-428-1676 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For details about the production assistant training contact SFCC Film Co-chair Milton Riess at email@example.com or 505-428-1421.
Mask wearing strongly encouraged when indoors on campus
Due to the recent surge in Covid cases, SFCC is sharing this message at its entrances:
We strongly encourage face masks inside the building. Recomendamos encarecidamente el uso de mascarillas dentro del edificio.
Let Campus Weekly share your news! Let us know about your accomplishments and other news that you’d like to share. Please remember that the deadline is 5 p.m. Wednesday to get an item in the next week’s issue. Submit here.
Katie Besser Student Awards – submit entries through March 1, 2023
Entries are being accepted for the Katie Besser Student awards now through noon on March 1, 2023. Categories include poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, academic essay, image/photography, instructor-nominated, & en español. Winners receive $50 and runners-up receive $25
Winners, runners-up, and honorable mentions will all be published in Accolades, will be invited to read at the celebration, and will also be considered for the SFCC Foundation Richard Bradford Memorial Creative Writing Scholarship.
Applicants must be enrolled in at least three credits and should not yet have earned a degree.
Entries should be no more than 5 pages in length, typed, and attached as Word documents (or jpgs for images/photography).
No more than 6 submissions, excluding instructor nominations.
Please remove any identifying information from the entries.
Email submissions (or questions) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include name, A#, phone number, and the titles & categories of entries.
Sponsored by SFCC Foundation, as well as SFCC Media Arts & Liberal Arts
Apply to join SFCC Student Parent Advisory Group
Apply to join the SFCC Student Parent Advisory Group to help improve the college experience for student parents like you! Earn $350/semester to give input on and create new programs and opportunities at SFCC. You will need to commit to 3 hours a month and participate in monthly meetings and activities. Preference will be given to parents under the age of 30 with a child ages 0-5, but all are encouraged to apply.
Students: Need childcare? Make sure you’re on the Kids Campus waitlist
When a spot comes available at the Kids Campus, students get priority placement. Kids Campus wants to support student parents and hopes that those needing childcare will get on the waitlist.
Children of degree-seeking SFCC students, SFCC employees, and full-time students at the Higher Education Center are prioritized for placement to support a two-generation philosophy of education at the college.
Visit the Kids Campus website for more information. Students receive a 10% discount on the cost of Kids Campus and N.M. Early Childhood Education and Care Development offers Child Care Assistance to income-eligible students.
SFCC Library family study room now open
If you’re a student parent, we have good news for you! The SFCC Library has opened a new family study room for students who have children. The room has a space for children with toys, books, and special-sized furniture. The room will have three computer stations and room for students working on laptops.
It is open all hours the library is open. It will be available to current students when they have their children with them. Please note: This is not daycare, students must remain with their children. The library’s restroom adjacent to the study room has been updated and is family-friendly with a changing station.
SFCC 2022-2023 scholarship application available now
SFCC can help you pay for college with scholarships. One simple application puts you in consideration for state institutional and Foundation private scholarships. Scholarships are available for new and returning, part-time and full-time students to help pay for college for the upcoming academic year. Scholarships are also available for second-generation college students, Veterans, Native American students, Hispanic students and students with disabilities (must be registered with the SAS department at email@example.com). SFCC offers performance-based scholarships through Contract for a Better Tomorrow (CBT).
If you have questions or need assistance email the Financial Aid Office at firstname.lastname@example.org from your SFCC student email account. Make sure to include your Student ID number in the email. Se habla Español.
Student Resource Center is here for you
Connect with Community Resources The Student Resource Center focuses on providing information to students about resources throughout the community and providing appropriate referrals to agencies. The resources focus on basic needs such as: housing and shelter, food, legal services, transportation, childcare services, utility payment assistance, and physical and mental health services. All services are free and confidential.
Conèctese con los Recursos de la Comunidad El Centro de Recursos para Estudiantes se enfoca en proporcionar información a los estudiantes sobre los recursos en toda la comunidad y proporcionar referencias apropiadas a las agencias. Los recursos se centran en necesidades básicas como: vivienda y refugio, alimentos, servicios legales, transporte, servicios de cuidado infantil, asistencia para el pago de servicios públicos y servicios de salud física y mental. Todos los servicios son gratuitos y confidenciales.
Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) is offering a dedicated course, Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (APPQMR), to SFCC faculty. Shawn McGee and Marian Chavez, CNM Senior Instructional Consultants with Innovation and Instructional Support department, will facilitate the two-week course beginning Jan 31, 2023. To register, contact Michelle F. Renteria at email@example.com.
2022 W-2s available in Legacy Employee Services
W-2s have been issued and are available to all employees in Banner Self-Service. Paper forms for those not consenting to electronic delivery were mailed on Jan 26th. They are not available for pick-up.
Instructions to print your W-2:
In MySFCC, use the Employee drop down menu on the left to click on Legacy Employee Services. This takes you to Banner Self-Service.
Click on Tax Forms, W-2 Wage and Tax Statement and choose Tax Year 2022.
SFCC Library hosts conversation on ChatGPT’s Impact on Higher Ed 1 p.m. Jan. 31
ChatGPT’s Impact on Higher Ed: A Responsive Conversation 1-2 p.m. January 31, 2023 Online via Zoom
By now you’ve probably heard of ChatGPT, the free AI platform that can “write” full-length, college-level essays on virtually any topic in seconds. From academic integrity to assessment, ChatGPT’s impact on higher education will be far-ranging. This session will include a demo of how ChatGPT works, how other colleges and universities are responding and opportunity for participants to discuss how we as a campus community might respond. This discussion will be led by SFCC librarians. This conversation is for SFCC employees only.
Long-time SFCC Director of Continuing Education and Printmaking and Book Arts instructor Gordon Fluke passed away after an illness on January 24. Fluke joined the college in August 1996 and retired as the Director of Continuing Education in 2016. In recent years, he continued to work as an instructor in Printmaking and Book Arts. He was known for his expertise in letterpress, papermaking and book arts. A talented artist, Fluke was the owner of J.D. Grahame Cracker Press, a small private press focused on working with hand-set type and hand-bound works of art. He exhibited his work often and his art was showcased in an SFCC exhibition, “Chapters,” which coincided with his retirement as CE Director in 2016.
Although the ideas behind Fluke’s work always began with a clear intention of indicting societal ills or sharing personal history, he often infused it with levity though pop culture, bright imagery and his signature sarcasm. Fluke studied art at Temple University where he graduated with a B.S. Ed. Art Education, Cum Laude in 1981. A decade later, he received an M.F.A. in printmaking from Arizona State University. While he began his career as a painter and mixed media artist, he gravitated toward printmaking and book arts, media in which he excelled. He earned recognition for his art – such as inclusion in The Best of Printmaking, an International Collection – and became a familiar name in the letterpress and book arts worlds.
During his tenure in college administration, much of his energy was focused on serving students both as an instructor and as a leader in designing and developing noncredit classes. But that time was not devoid of artmaking. In 2007, Fluke was one of nine artists from around the world invited to participate in the first International Printmaking Workshop at the Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts in Xi’an, China.
Fluke is survived by Jeffrey (Jeff) Atwell, his husband of 37 years. Atwell worked in SFCC’s Marketing & Public Relations until his retirement in 2018. He appreciates all of the expressions of sympathy, but is requesting privacy right now. If you’d like to share a card with him, you can bring or send it to Todd Lovato in Marketing & Public Relations and it will be forwarded.
A friend has set up fundraising efforts to help with medical expenses. Those who want to learn more can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SFCC appreciates Gordon Fluke’s dedication to our students and extends sympathy to Jeff Atwell, his family, friends and colleagues.
Discontinuation of Title V funding for LERN Classes through CE
Title V will no longer be funding the following LERN classes through continuing education:
Advanced Teaching Online
Designing Online Instruction
Fostering Online Discussion
Faculty members who register for these courses moving forward will no longer be eligible to have registration or stipend costs covered. We do, however, hope to fund stipends for a Hyflex teaching course that is taking place in cooperation with Online Teaching and Learning in the near future. Please watch for that course information and for dates to be announced. For additional information, please contact Carole Sheldon at email@example.com.
January Computer Update Alert – update by Feb. 2
Effective 7 p.m. Thursday January 19, 2023 Microsoft Operating System and Office updates will be deployed. You will have until 7 p.m. Thursday February 2, 2023 to install these updates at your convenience. After the deadline the updates will be installed automatically and force a restart of your machine.
Note: Every month it is critical to install Security/Windows updates to protect your systems from malicious attacks. Please install these patches as soon as you receive notification that you have updates to install. The updates may take some time to install so please plan accordingly.
For iMac users no action necessary, updates will be installed automatically overnight every third Tuesday of each month.
If you need assistance, please do not hesitate to call the Service Desk at (505) 428-1222.
CHESS Connection Newsletter – January 17
If you’re wondering what’s happening with the Workday implementation, check out the latest CHESS Connection!
This month’s newsletter contains a lot of information on upcoming training as Workday rolls out. Everyone will need to take training, so check it out!
Mason Kovac was nominated for January 2023 WOW award. Congratulations Mason!
“As a primarily remote employee, I made my first week-long trip to SFCC was last week for Convocation. I was conducting more than a dozen training sessions across 6 different classrooms that had recently been updated to hyflex. Despite trying to finalize hyflex, Mason went to each room ahead of my sessions to ensure that all the technology was working, he stayed throughout the session and performed software updates. He was very positive, friendly, and supportive with everyone in each session. SFCC is very fortunate to have such a wonderful resource available in times of stress such as when technology fails.”
Please be sure to nominate who you think is doing a great job here at SFCC. The submission form can be found at the SFCC Connect portal, or by reaching out to Katie Cadena Priebe, Katherine.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 2023 Online Teaching & Learning Pins and Training Opportunities
Earn the OTL pins to signify your online course has met SFCC and Quality Matters standards of online course design. Reach out to the SFCC OTL Department to begin the review process.
SFCC Online Course Development Standards Training on Canvas
Contact the SFCC OTL Department for starting dates and registration, by phone at 505-428-1166 or email at email@example.com.
Art instructor Jared Weiss featured in Pasatiempo; exhibition continues through Feb. 12
Jared Weiss, Art and Design Faculty, was featured in the Jan. 6 issue of Pasatiempo, in the story titled, “Life of the Party.” (Note: If you have difficulty opening the link it’s also posted here on Yahoo News.)
His exhibition “The Party’s Over” at the Ellsworth Gallery, 215 E. Palace Avenue, is open through February 12. Visit Ellsworth Gallery for more information. Gallery hours are from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday through Sunday.
Weiss is quoted in Brian Sandford’s story:
“I think of the figures in the work as actors on a stage,” Weiss says. “The figures in my paintings are very engaged in whatever action they are performing. They have urgency. It’s like a small snippet of a theatrical production: figures are often looking at something that we as the viewer can’t see because it is out of frame or obscured in some way. When the figure is turned away, the viewer has more space to create their own story about what is happening.
“For me, the more open-ended an image is, the more potential the viewer has to be an active participant in what the painting ‘means.’”
Paintings above by Art Faculty Jared Weiss. “Right There and Then,” oil on canvas, 20 x 24. “If You Didn’t Have the Look, You Needed it,” oil on Canvas, 36 x 48. All images courtesy of Jared Weiss.
Also, Sandford wrote: Gallery owner Barry Ellsworth praises the distinctive way Weiss incorporates the Land of Enchantment’s landscapes, calling him a deep thinker who carefully considers his words and actions. He was attracted to Weiss’ work because “besides the obvious skill and dedication that he puts into it, I love work that, like, captures a moment. I feel like the moments that he captures are so special. They’re these sort of dream moments.”
Title V Professional Development for Faculty
During the Spring 2023 semester, the SFCC Title V Hispanic Serving Institution grant will be supporting a number of professional development opportunities for faculty in online teaching and in culturally responsive teaching for STEM faculty. Title V can cover the cost of registration and, in some cases, compensation for faculty. For information about the Spring 2023 Faculty Professional Development through Title V please see this link: https://www.sfcc.edu/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/Fees-and-Stipends-for-PD-Spring-23-to-post.pdf
WOW awards – nominate an outstanding coworker today!
The Office of Human Resources recognizes WOW recipients for their dedicated work and commitment to Santa Fe Community College.
Please be sure to nominate someone who you think is doing a great job here at SFCC.
“The “northeast connector” involves construction of roadway and two roundabout intersections between Dinosaur Trail and Rabbit Road, giving drivers a direct route between them. Currently, drivers traveling west from Rabbit Road are required to drive through the Oshara Village subdivision to reach Dinosaur Trail or busy Richards Avenue.
“The “southeast connector” will serve as an alternate route from Rabbit Road to Avenida del Sur to reduce traffic congestion on Richards Avenue. This route also will provide secondary emergency access to the community college, according to the county.”
Food and Wine Sommelier Nancy Shapardanis will offer four new wine classes and promises to have something for everyone. Do you want to understand wine from the vineyard to the glass, or just want to know the basics of how to taste wine like a pro? Shapardanis has a class for you. Learn the art of pairing wine and food or become an expert in Italian wine styles. Or expand your culinary skills with Aditi Thatte and learn the secrets of Indian vegetarian cooking.
Discover the joys of the region’s geology and history Enjoy learning about the geology of our region with Kirk Kempter on a variety of hiking trips. William Neuwirth, a biologist and naturalist, will lead online classes as well as offer a hiking excursion. Join SFCC’s history professor Stephen C. Martinez, Ph.D., for a three-part brown bag lunch lecture series on 19th century New Mexico history.
Gain business and career skills Whether you’re looking for professional development opportunities or want to break into the “New Collar” workforce you can choose from a variety of options. There are dozens of classes offered either online or in person.
If you have questions about the schedule, contact Continuing Education at firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-428-1676. The Continuing Education (CE) staff can help you complete your registration.
Free STEM Kits at SFCC Library
The kits are made available to the SFCC community through the Santa Fe Children’s Museum. Kits are available during the library’s regular hours. For more information contact: email@example.com
Balancing Robot STEM Kits at SFCC Library
Come by the SFCC library to pick up a kit to use to explore balance with your kids! Kits are available during the library’s regular hours.
Solar System Bracelet STEM kits are available for kids ages 4-7 at the SFCC library. Instructions are in English and Spanish and all materials are included in the kits.
Come by the SFCC library to pick up a kit to use to explore the solar system with your kids!
Early Childhood Center of Excellence offers free early childhood speaker series with equity and social justice focus; next talk on Feb. 10
The Early Childhood Center of Excellence (ECCOE) offers a free early childhood speaker series featuring national and New Mexico experts focused on equity and social justice in early childhood teacher preparation. This series is for higher education faculty and anyone interested in bringing equity to their work with young children and families. This free virtual series runs from September 2022 through May 2023. Registration is open now!
You can see the full schedule through May, as well as register for any events for the speaker series here.
Santa Fe Reporter story explains on-demand buses that serve SFCC community
The Santa Fe Reporter story on Nov. 9 by Andy Lyman, “In demand-drivers mean in-demand buses,” featured Paul Volmer, an SFCC film student, as well as Director of Student Engagement and Recruitment Marcos Maez, who also serves on the City Transit Advisory Board. Route 21 (which comes to the college) is currently an on-demand route, which means riders must contact dispatchers when they need a ride on the bus. (It is not currently operating on a regular bus schedule and is only available on weekdays.) Also, other routes that feed into that route are also impacted. The story states, “For on-demand service on Santa Fe Trails routes 5, 6, 21, 22 and the Museum Hill route on weekdays and weekends as well as Route 24 and 26 on weekends, contact dispatchers at (505) 955-2001.” Keep that number handy if you need to use the bus. Bike riders might find it necessary to take the bus on days there is snow and ice. For more information visit the Santa Fe Trails site.
Watch video to learn more about tuition-free college
The recording of the public information session on tuition-free college provided by the New Mexico Higher Education Department on August 19 is now available. You can view it via the link below or at the main website at hed.state.nm.us. Thank you to the New Mexico Educational Assistance Foundation for hosting this session.
If you cannot visit during the current open hours listed or are not comfortable with in-person shopping, check out Bookings for more options. To access Bookings, log in to MySFCC, look under Schedule an Appointment, and click on the pink button labeled Campus Cupboard (Online). You can access the reservation and delivery option 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Students, staff, and faculty are all welcome to visit the Campus Cupboard weekly for free groceries and other household items that may be available. Personal hygiene (menstrual) products are available from Free Flow NM. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-428-1775 for more information.
01/25/2023, Santa Fe New Mexican, City Council Actions Noted: Allocation of $900,000 in American Rescue Plan Act funds to support an early child care work development program with Santa Fe Community College.