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Whether you are a first time college student, a transfer student, or you are returning to San Juan College after one or more semesters; San Juan College can guide you and help you achieve your educational goals. We also offer dual credit courses and concurrent enrollment options for high school students.

 

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Educational Services Building Hours

Fall/Spring Hours:

Monday: 8am-5pm
Tuesday: 8am-6pm
Wednesday: 8am-5pm
Thursday: 9am-5pm
Friday: 8am-5pm

Summer Hours:

Monday: 8am-5pm
Tuesday: 8am-5pm
Wednesday: 8am-5pm
Thursday: 9am-5pm
Friday: 8am-5pm

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New or First Time Students

Degree Seeking – A new or first time student is a student who has never attended any San Juan College classes before. As a high school student, if you took dual credit or concurrent enrollment courses, you are considered a first time student.

Non-Degree Seeking – A new or first time student is a student who has never attended any San Juan College classes before. As a high school student, if you took dual credit or concurrent enrollment courses, you are considered a first time student. Note: Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for Financial Aid.

Transfer Student – If you have graduated from high school and/or received your GED and have attended another college or university you are considered a transfer student.

Continuing SJC Students

Degree Seeking – If you were enrolled in at least one SJC credit course the previous semester, you maintain this status even if you withdrew from college before the end of the semester. DO NOT reapply for Admission.

Non-Degree Seeking – If you were enrolled in at least one SJC credit course the previous semester, you maintain this status even if you withdrew from college before the end of the semester. DO NOT reapply for Admission. Note: Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for Financial Aid.

High School Students – If you are currently in 11th or 12th grade and will be enrolled at least half time at your high school while taking SJC courses, you are classified as a high school student.

Returning SJC Students – If you have previously attended San Juan College, but have not attended for one or more semesters, you are a returning student.

International Students

  1. Students who are non-U.S. citizens who wish to attend SJC in face to face classes who have been admitted to the college on an F-1 visa. These students are limited to Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degree programs and may not apply for Associate of Applied Science degree programs. F-1 international students pay non-resident tuition in addition to a $200.00 per credit hour international student fee.
  2. Students who are non-U.S. citizens who wish to complete a program of study completely online. These students take online classes from their country of origin (or from a country other than the United States) and pay non-resident tuition. These students are not required to have a visa, as it is assumed they are not residing in the United States.
  3. Non-degree seeking International students. These are students who are not seeking a degree, but wish to take college credit classes. These students are not required to have an F-1 visa and may take classes based on non-degree seeking student policy (see current catalog for non-degree seeking policy). These students pay non-resident tuition.
  4. Undocumented students (NM Senate Bill 582). These students are not required to have a F-1 visa and may apply as a degree seeking student in any program. These students pay resident tuition.

Online Students – If you are a student that is taking all courses online you are considered an online student.


Mission Statement

The Enrollment Services Office at San Juan College is committed to serving our students needs with a variety of services and outreach initiatives. We work diligently to provide outstanding customer service to all community members of the college, while maintaining student friendly policies and employing professional, diverse people who support our collaborative approach.

Vision Statement

We support all students, as well as our entire campus community, in learning how to better use employee talent and college technology in streamlining all that we do. Our ultimate success depends not only on how well we serve, but in how well our students succeed.