SFCC in the news
The following stories or radio shows either featured or mentioned SFCC or one of its employees. Some stories also are related to NM higher education.
05/01/2022, Santa Fe New Mexican, “New Mexico aims to reverse trend of poor math scores.” Story includes interview with SFCC Math Professor Susan Lemke.
04/30/2022, Santa Fe New Mexican, “Project to align Rabbit Road with I-25 set to begin in summer” The story shares a map of the construction area and other related information.
04/27/2022, Santa Fe New Mexican, “National Cemetery ‘makes it real’ for students to explore Santa Fe’s history.” Read about SFCC’s Veteran’s Legacy Program event.
04/05/2022, Santa Fe New Mexican, editorial in support of Mayor’s Guaranteed Income program (with young parent/students at SFCC), “A guaranteed income could be the way out of poverty.”
04/05/2022, Los Alamos Reporter, “Annual Caregiver Day is Saturday at Santa Fe Community College.”
04/05/2022, Santa Fe New Mexican,
“New Mexico introduces new diploma path for adults.” Story includes comments from SFCC’s Adult Continuing Education Manager Kristen Krell.
04/03/22 Santa Fe New Mexican, “Guaranteed income pilot relieves some financial stress for student parents.”
04/02/2022, New York Times, “What if college was free? This state is trying to find out.” Read details on NM Opportunity Scholarship.
03/31/2022, Los Alamos Daily Post, “New Mexico Higher Education to receive federal funding.” Includes TRIO program.
03/31/2021, KRQE-TV, “Santa Fe approves scholarship funds for veterans.”
3/19/21, Santa Fe New Mexican, “Colleges also working out how to foot educators pay.”
03/18/2022, Albuquerque Journal, “NM launches push to boost nursing schools.”
03/15/2022, Los Alamos Daily Post, “SFCC School Of Art & Design Juried Exhibit Of Local High School Student Artwork Opening Reception April 18”
03/14/2022, Santa Fe New Mexican, Smartboard, Monday March 14 – “SFCC hosts ecolinguistic justice presentation”
3/5/2022, Santa Fe New Mexican, “Governor signs bill, expanding New Mexico free college program.” Story includes quotes from President Becky Rowley, Ph.D. and Director of Automotive Technologies program Julia Furry.