Accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), Santa Fe Community College (SFCC) offers associate and bachelor degrees as well as continuing and adult education, and community education.
Most programs are designed to prepare students for four-year institutions, or help students enter the workforce with a two-year degree. Beginning in 2009, Santa Fe Community College will offer two bachelor degrees including a Bachelor of Applied Science in Clinical Laboratory Services, and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Health Services Administration. Both programs have strict requirements including the completion of an associate degree prior to acceptance.
SFCC also offers an honors program for students seeking a more challenging learning experience as well as Adult Education for students looking to complete classes for obtaining a GED. In addition, the college offers high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to get a jump start on their college education through the Dual Enrollment program. The courses in this program can count towards high school graduation, as well as college credit.
Santa Fe Community College has a community education program which provides a variety of online classes for students seeking a flexible learning experience. The Center for Innovation and Economic Development is where working professionals can continue their education, whether the goal is to enhance their career skills, or earn recertification in their current position. The facility also offers area businesses corporate seminars for professional development.