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At St. John’s, great books—and great discussions—are the heart of the college’s distinctive liberal arts program. Students are part of an intellectual community and investors in their own education, from conversations around the seminar table to those that take place beyond classroom walls. Inspired by some of history’s most brilliant philosophers, scientists, musicians and more, students push themselves to think deeply, discuss intensely, and live boldly. They leave St. John’s with a passion that ignites distinctive career paths—and their world.

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SFCC and WNMU Partner to Help Students
WNMU campus in Silver City

Santa Fe Community College (SFCC) and Western New Mexico University (WMNU) are partnering to help SFCC students complete associate degrees and easily transfer to WNMU. Santa Fe Community College President Becky Rowley, Ph.D., and Western New Mexico University President Joseph Shepard, Ph.D., signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on September 20, paving the way for a full articulation agreement, which will guarantee SFCC students who have earned an Associate of Arts or an Associate of Science degree admission to Western New Mexico University to … Read More

Grant to Increase Resources at Moving Arts Española
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Moving Arts Española, a community-based nonprofit committed to providing cultural arts education and meal programs to the youth of the Rio Grande Valley, announced this week that it has met the $100,000 goal to secure a matching grant from Thoma Foundation. The Thoma Foundation recognizes and supports pivotal initiatives in the arts, providing grants to nonprofit organizations whose innovative projects and original ideas will advance scholarship in the arts. The grant award was dedicated toward a 2,400-square-foot expansion at the … Read More

Scholarships Available for Future Educators
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Thinking about a new career? What about education? Northern New Mexico College’s Department of Teacher Education has received funding for three education scholarships for the 2021-22 academic year,  and is offering free live Zoom info sessions on Wednesday, July 14, 21, 28, and August 4, to reach aspiring teachers. Register here. More than $180K was awarded in education scholarships last year to over 70 students, and retention rates approach 100 percent for scholarship recipients. This year there are also job … Read More