College President Randy Grissom sent out a campus message, earlier today. The update included information on the college’s budget, program closures and changes to the New Mexico Legislative Lottery Scholarship. Read the full message here.
Santa Fe Community College will offer the Global Youth Santa Fe program during two five-day camps June 12-16 or June 26-30. High school students may be eligible to earn dual credit. The application deadline has been extended to June 8.
Professional Development Opportunities Start in June
Food for Life: Lose weight and get healthy in a series of nine, weekly educational cooking classes on a plant-based diet. Benefits include prevention of diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer and other chronic diseases. Taught by Amanda Hatherly, Certified Food for Life instructor. Lunch prepared, provided and eaten in the class. Tuesdays beginning June 13 and going through July 25, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Preregistration is necessary. Funded by the SFCC Foundation.
Fun-day Mondays: Join colleagues in a drop-in noon hour of fun and games, laughter and learning in the courtyard. Who said life was all work and no play? Facilitated by Jeff Hood, Erica Abeyta and Ernest Kavanaugh, June 19 – July 24.
Sign up now. Open to all SFCC faculty and staff members. For more information and to register contact Jeff Hood, ext. 1843.
Summer is almost here, and our Continuing Education Department offers fun, inspiring programs for participants of all ages: kids age 3 and up, tweens, teens and adults. The campus is a perfect place for summer classes, where you can learn something new at an affordable price. Registration is open now; call 505-428-1676.
LANL Foundation Scholarship Accepting Applications
LANL Foundation is accepting applications for Regional College/Returning Student Scholarships. These $1,000 awards support nontraditional students pursuing two-year degrees and certifications. Applications may be submitted online by June 19 for July awards.
Beginning this fall semester, Course Studio in JACK will no longer be available. Online Classes will be conducted through Canvas. If you have never used Canvas, please join us for a Course Studio to Canvas Workshop this summer. All workshops will be in room 416. See the schedule.
The Grantsmanship Training Program is offering one free space for an SFCC employee in their five-day training July 31 through August 4 here on campus. For more information, contact Kris Swedin, ext. 1253.
OIT Technology Project Requests are Back!
Submit a proposal for your technology project request between June 1 and September 15.
Not sure if your request is a project? Need to talk with someone about your project ideas? Contact Erica Keppel, Associate Director of IT Projects, at ext. 1133 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to submit a proposal.
Join SFCC at the beach (aka the Courtyard) at this year’s “Summer Q.” Festivities take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 14. The Sean Healen Band will be on hand to provide music. Luau theme optional.