Monday, January 19, 2015

Our View: Santa Fe Community College stays essential - Editorial, the New Mexican

From turmoil at the top to budget shortfalls, the normally rock-solid community college had to deal with upheaval — most recently, a $5 million budget shortfall that has meant cutbacks, layoffs, salary reductions and a tuition increase this year. A new president, Randy Grissom, promoted to take the reins after his predecessor, Ana “Cha” Guzmán, was asked to leave, has kept busy righting the ship. With the Higher Education Center its latest venture, Santa Fe Community College continues to stay relevant and essential for Santa Fe. The past few years have been rough, but the future has seldom seemed brighter.

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