Select one of the options below to view student details:
  • Freshman
  • Transfer
  • Returning/ Former San Juan College Student
  • International
  • Non-Degree Seeking Student
  • High School Student
Freshman Student

FRESHMAN

A first-time freshman is a student who has earned no transferable college credit after the summer immediately following high school graduation. If you completed college units after graduation from high school, you are considered a transfer student and must meet those requirements.

Transfer Student

Transfer

If you have completed college units after graduation from high school, you are considered a transfer student.

Readmitted Student

Readmit/ Return

Any student that previously attended San Juan College one year or more ago.

International Student

International

Students who are non-U.S. citizens and wish to attend San Juan College.

International Students are encouraged to contact Abby Calcote by one of the following methods:

Abby Calcote Coordinator of Enrollment Services
San Juan College
4601 College Blvd
Farmington, NM 87402
(505) 566-3572
(505) 566-3500 (fax)
calcotea@sanjuancollege.edu

Non-Degree Seeking Student

Non-Degree Seeking Student

Student who does not intend on pursuing a degree or certificate from San Juan College.

High School Student

High School Student

Any high school student wishing to take courses while in high school.
Dual Credit - Any New Mexico high school junior or senior
Early Admission - Any high school student who does not meet Dual Credit requirements

 

Please be sure to keep your student type in mind while filling out the admissions application.

Getting Started Checklist

Residency
  • Students who are members of an Indian nation, tribe or pueblo located wholly or partially in New Mexico, regardless of the state of residence of the student may qualify for resident tuition. Must provide Certificate of Indian Blood to receive resident tuition.

  • Colorado residents residing in counties that border New Mexico (Montezuma, Archuleta, LaPlata, Dolores, and San Juan counties) may apply for the Colorado-New Mexico reciprocal tuition exchange program. The student must be eligible for resident tuition in Colorado to be eligible for this program. To qualify students must complete the Colorado New Mexico Student Exchange Application.

  • Senior citizens (65 or over) are charged a reduced tuition waiver for the first 6 credit hours per semester.

  • The spouse or dependents, of persons who have moved to New Mexico and can provide documentation of permanent full-time employment, may be eligible for a waiver of the 12-month durational requirement. Other conditions must be satisfied. See the registrar for additional information.

  • Any person, his or her spouse or dependent child, not otherwise entitled to claim residence who is a member of the armed forces of the United States or armed forces of a foreign country assigned to active duty in the state of New Mexico will be assessed resident tuition rates.

  • Active duty New Mexico National Guard members shall be deemed a resident for purposes of determining tuition.

  • Note: Form must be submitted no later than the start date of the term in which the student is attending in order to be charged resident tuition for that term (see the current schedule of classes for term start dates). Failure to submit a form by term start date will result in non-resident tuition rates for that term).

Financial Aid
  • It is recommended that all students complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). This can be done by going to www.fafsa.gov. For any questions about Financial Aid you may call the San Juan College Financial Aid office at (505) 566-3323.
Official Transcripts
  • If you attended any institution since your time at San Juan College, those transcripts must be sent to Enrollment Services.
Advisor
Register
Pay

Select one of the options below to view more details:

  • Online
  • Degree-Seeking
Residency
  • Students who are members of an Indian nation, tribe or pueblo located wholly or partially in New Mexico, regardless of the state of residence of the student may qualify for resident tuition. Must provide Certificate of Indian Blood to receive resident tuition.

  • Colorado residents residing in counties that border New Mexico (Montezuma, Archuleta, LaPlata, Dolores, and San Juan counties) may apply for the Colorado-New Mexico reciprocal tuition exchange program. The student must be eligible for resident tuition in Colorado to be eligible for this program. To qualify students must complete the Colorado New Mexico Student Exchange Application.

  • Senior citizens (65 or over) are charged a reduced tuition waiver for the first 6 credit hours per semester.

  • The spouse or dependents, of persons who have moved to New Mexico and can provide documentation of permanent full-time employment, may be eligible for a waiver of the 12-month durational requirement. Other conditions must be satisfied. See the registrar for additional information.

  • Any person, his or her spouse or dependent child, not otherwise entitled to claim residence who is a member of the armed forces of the United States or armed forces of a foreign country assigned to active duty in the state of New Mexico will be assessed resident tuition rates.

  • Active duty New Mexico National Guard members shall be deemed a resident for purposes of determining tuition.

  • Note: Form must be submitted no later than the start date of the term in which the student is attending in order to be charged resident tuition for that term (see the current schedule of classes for term start dates). Failure to submit a form by term start date will result in non-resident tuition rates for that term).

Financial Aid
  • It is recommended that all students complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). This can be done by going to www.fafsa.gov. For any questions about Financial Aid you may call the San Juan College Financial Aid office at (505) 566-3323.
Official High School Transcript
  • Official copies of your high school transcript must be sent to Enrollment Services.
Smarter Measure
  • Smarter Measure is a Learning Readiness Indicator assessment meant to be an interesting experience by which you may learn more about yourself. It will take 35 minutes to complete. You only need to complete areas 1-5. Go to www.smartermeasure.com to complete this. Username: NSO Password: NSO
New Student Orientation
  • All First Time Freshmen must attend New Student Orientation (NSO). To get registered for a session either face-to-face or online please call (505) 566-3378.
Accuplacer
  • The Accuplacer tests you in Math, English and Reading to determine which level you need to begin in.To schedule an exam appointment and complete the preregistration, go to the Testing Center webpage (www.sanjuancollege.edu/test ). In the blue box, click on ACCUPLACER. Take the Accuplacer on your scheduled test day/time at the SJC Testing Center, which is located in the Information Technology Center (Copper Top Building), RM 7120D. Contact the SJC Testing Center with any testing questions at (505) 566-3139.

    If you are unable to come to campus for testing because you are a distance student, go to DistanceAccuplacer for more information.

    Students who may need testing accommodations or have questions about the Accuplacer requirement may contact the Disability Services Office at (505) 566-3643.

Advisor
  • After you complete the Accuplacer assessment, you will need to meet with an advisor to go over scores and discuss course options and degree plans. Appointments can be made by calling the Advising and Counseling Center at (505) 566 - 3526. Distance students, please email advisingcenter@sanjuancollege.edu from your SJC student email to discuss course options and degree plans.
Register and Pay
Financial Aid
  • It is recommended that all students complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). This can be done by going to www.fafsa.gov. For any questions about Financial Aid you may call the San Juan College Financial Aid office at (505) 566-3323.
Official High School Transcript
  • Official copies of your high school transcript must be sent to Enrollment Services.
Smarter Measure
  • Smarter Measure is a Learning Readiness Indicator assessment meant to be an interesting experience by which you may learn more about yourself. It will take 35 minutes to complete. You only need to complete areas 1-5. Go to www.smartermeasure.com to complete this. Username: NSO Password: NSO
New Student Orientation
  • All First Time Freshmen must attend New Student Orientation (NSO). To get registered for a session either face-to-face or online please call (505) 566-3378.
Accuplacer
  • The Accuplacer tests you in Math, English and Reading to determine which level you need to begin in.To schedule an exam appointment and complete the preregistration, go to the Testing Center webpage (www.sanjuancollege.edu/test ). In the blue box, click on ACCUPLACER. Take the Accuplacer on your scheduled test day/time at the SJC Testing Center, which is located in the Information Technology Center (Copper Top Building), RM 7120D. Contact the SJC Testing Center with any testing questions at (505) 566-3139.

    If you are unable to come to campus for testing because you are a distance student, go to DistanceAccuplacer for more information.

    Students who may need testing accommodations or have questions about the Accuplacer requirement may contact the Disability Services Office at (505) 566-3643.

Advisor
  • After you complete the Accuplacer assessment, you will need to meet with an advisor to go over scores and discuss course options and degree plans. Appointments can be made by calling the Advising and Counseling Center at (505) 566 - 3526. Distance students, please email advisingcenter@sanjuancollege.edu from your SJC student email to discuss course options and degree plans.
Register and Pay

Select one of the options below to view more details:

  • Online
  • Degree-Seeking
Residency
  • Students who are members of an Indian nation, tribe or pueblo located wholly or partially in New Mexico, regardless of the state of residence of the student may qualify for resident tuition. Must provide Certificate of Indian Blood to receive resident tuition.

  • Colorado residents residing in counties that border New Mexico (Montezuma, Archuleta, LaPlata, Dolores, and San Juan counties) may apply for the Colorado-New Mexico reciprocal tuition exchange program. The student must be eligible for resident tuition in Colorado to be eligible for this program. To qualify students must complete the Colorado New Mexico Student Exchange Application.

  • Senior citizens (65 or over) are charged a reduced tuition waiver for the first 6 credit hours per semester.

  • The spouse or dependents, of persons who have moved to New Mexico and can provide documentation of permanent full-time employment, may be eligible for a waiver of the 12-month durational requirement. Other conditions must be satisfied. See the registrar for additional information.

  • Any person, his or her spouse or dependent child, not otherwise entitled to claim residence who is a member of the armed forces of the United States or armed forces of a foreign country assigned to active duty in the state of New Mexico will be assessed resident tuition rates.

  • Active duty New Mexico National Guard members shall be deemed a resident for purposes of determining tuition.

  • Note: Form must be submitted no later than the start date of the term in which the student is attending in order to be charged resident tuition for that term (see the current schedule of classes for term start dates). Failure to submit a form by term start date will result in non-resident tuition rates for that term).

Financial Aid
  • It is recommended that all students complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). This can be done by going to www.fafsa.gov. For any questions about Financial Aid you may call the San Juan College Financial Aid office at (505) 566-3323.
Official Transcripts
  • Official copies of your high school and college transcripts must be sent to Enrollment Services.
Smarter Measure
  • Smarter Measure is a Learning Readiness Indicator assessment meant to be an interesting experience by which you may learn more about yourself. It will take 35 minutes to complete. You only need to complete areas 1-5. Go to www.smartermeasure.com to complete this. Username: NSO Password: NSO
Advisor
Accuplacer
  • Your advisor may recommend that you take the Accuplacer.The Accuplacer tests you in Math, English and Reading to determine which level you need to begin in. If you are unable to come to campus for testing because you are a distance student, go to DistanceAccuplacer for more information. Students who may need testing accommodations or have questions about the Accuplacer requirement may contact the Disability Services Office at (505) 566-3643.
Register and Pay
Financial Aid
  • It is recommended that all students complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). This can be done by going to www.fafsa.gov. For any questions about Financial Aid you may call the San Juan College Financial Aid office at (505) 566-3323.
Official Transcripts
  • Official copies of your high school and college transcripts must be sent to Enrollment Services.
Smarter Measure
  • Smarter Measure is a Learning Readiness Indicator assessment meant to be an interesting experience by which you may learn more about yourself. It will take 35 minutes to complete. You only need to complete areas 1-5. Go to www.smartermeasure.com to complete this. Username: NSO Password: NSO
Advisor
Accuplacer
  • Your advisor may recommend that you take the Accuplacer.The Accuplacer tests you in Math, English and Reading to determine which level you need to begin in. If you are unable to come to campus for testing because you are a distance student, go to DistanceAccuplacer for more information. Students who may need testing accommodations or have questions about the Accuplacer requirement may contact the Disability Services Office at (505) 566-3643.
Register and Pay

Select one of the options below to view more details:

  • Non-Degree
  • Online
  • Degree-Seeking
Official Transcript
  • All international students must have completed a secondary school and been awarded a diploma. Official secondary school transcripts of all coursework, translated in English, must be provided. These transcripts must be sent directly to the Enrollment Services office from WES at http://www.wes.org/. If the student has completed any post-secondary education, those transcripts must be translated in English and evaluated course by course and sent directly to the Enrollment Services office. The student is responsible for payment of the required fee and for providing all required documentation.
TOEFL
  • An official copy of TOEFL score results must be sent directly to the Enrollment Services office. A minimum score of 61 (internet based) is required before admission will be granted.Students from the following countries do NOT have to complete the TOEFL test:

    • American Samoa
    • Australia
    • Bahamas
    • Barbados
    • Belize
    • Canada (except Quebec)
    • Dominica
    • Grenada
    • Grand Cayman
    • Guyana
    • Ireland
    • Jamaica
    • Liberia
    • New Zealand
    • Trinidad/Tobago
    • Turks and Caicos Islands
    • United Kingdom
    • U.S. Pacific Trust
Financial Responsibility
  • An SJC Financial Responsibilities form(PDF) must be provided indicating sufficient funds are available for the student's education and living expenses along with required supporting documentation (including a bank financial statement). The signed and verified financial statement must show an account balance of no less than $25,000 per academic year (spring/fall semester). If classes are taken in the summer, there is an additional $9,000 (see: "Financial Obligations" table below).Note: Amount subject to change.

    Financial Obligations Fall Spring
    Tuition-18 credit hours max $346.75 per credit hour 6,241.50 6,241.50
    Fees-18 credit hours max $305 305 305
    Books/Supplies 600 600
    Room/Board 4,200 4,200
    Transportation 550 550
    Miscellaneous 675 675
    Totals $12,571.50 $12,571.50
Health Report
  • Complete official SJC Health report form(PDF) of a satisfactory physical examination (within the last six months) by a licensed physician must be provided.
Health Insurance
  • All international students at SJC must have health insurance. Hospital admission, surgeries and medical care in general are all expensive and without insurance, you are held responsible for the entire cost. Proof must be provided to the Enrollment Services office.
I-20
  • After all items have been received, and the student is admitted, an I-20 will be sent to the student in preparation for obtaining a visa. All new students must arrive in time to attend a New Student Orientation session before classes start. Dates may be obtained from the Enrollment Services office.
SEVIS fee
  • Student must pay the SEVIS fee of $200 once I-20 is received at: www.fmjfee.com/i901fee/ Once the fee is paid a copy of the receipt must be sent to the Enrollment Services office.
Once On Campus
Check in with Coordinator of Enrollment Services
  • Students must check-in with the Coordinator of Enrollment Services immediately upon their arrival to SJC.
Smarter Measure
  • Smarter Measure is a Learning Readiness Indicator assessment meant to be an interesting experience by which you may learn more about yourself. It will take 35 minutes to complete. You only need to complete areas 1-5. Go to www.smartermeasure.com to complete this. Username: NSO Password: NSO
Accuplacer
  • Your advisor may recommend that you take the Accuplacer.The Accuplacer tests you in Math, English and Reading to determine which level you need to begin in. If you are unable to come to campus for testing because you are a distance student, go to DistanceAccuplacer for more information. Students who may need testing accommodations or have questions about the Accuplacer requirement may contact the Disability Services Office at (505) 566-3643.
Advising and Registration
  • After you complete the Accuplacer assessment, you will need to meet with the Coordinator of Enrollment Services to go over scores and discuss course options and get registered for classes and New Student Orienation.
Pay
  • You may find out about payment deadlines and options by going to Payment Options
Important Information:
    • It the student's responsibility to know the rules and regulations associated with their F-1 visa! Be aware that violating the status of a visa has serious consequences, which may include deportation and the potential of not being allowed to enter the United States again in the future.
    • International students are responsible for locating suitable housing. Campus housing is not available.
    • International students should be prepared to provide their own local transportation. Public transportation services are minimal.
    • Students already attending college in the United States must follow the admission procedures outlined above and work through their advisor of the school they are transferring from. Additionally, students must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale and must not be on academic or disciplinary probation or suspension.
    • Financial aid is not available to international students. This includes grants, loans, and work-study.
    • International students must enroll in at least 12 credit hours each semester in their program of study and maintain a cumulative 2.0 GPA.
    • San Juan College policy does not allow international students to work on campus.
    • Curricular and Optional training opportunities are not permitted for international students at San Juan College. No exceptions to this policy can be made.
    • International students pay non-resident tuition and all general fees, plus a $200.00 per credit hour international student fee. Please refer to the Payment Options page for current tuition and fees rates.
Official Transcript
  • All international students must have completed a secondary school and been awarded a diploma. Official secondary school transcripts of all coursework, translated in English, must be provided. These transcripts must be sent directly to the Enrollment Services office from WES at http://www.wes.org/. If the student has completed any post-secondary education, those transcripts must be translated in English and evaluated course by course and sent directly to the Enrollment Services office. The student is responsible for payment of the required fee and for providing all required documentation.
TOEFL
  • An official copy of TOEFL score results must be sent directly to the Enrollment Services office. A minimum score of 61 (internet based) is required before admission will be granted.Students from the following countries do NOT have to complete the TOEFL test:

    • American Samoa
    • Australia
    • Bahamas
    • Barbados
    • Belize
    • Canada (except Quebec)
    • Dominica
    • Grenada
    • Grand Cayman
    • Guyana
    • Ireland
    • Jamaica
    • Liberia
    • New Zealand
    • Trinidad/Tobago
    • Turks and Caicos Islands
    • United Kingdom
    • U.S. Pacific Trust
Smarter Measure
  • Smarter Measure is a Learning Readiness Indicator assessment meant to be an interesting experience by which you may learn more about yourself. It will take 35 minutes to complete. You only need to complete areas 1-5. Go to www.smartermeasure.com to complete this. Username: NSO Password: NSO
Accuplacer
  • Your advisor may recommend that you take the Accuplacer.The Accuplacer tests you in Math, English and Reading to determine which level you need to begin in. If you are unable to come to campus for testing because you are a distance student, go to DistanceAccuplacer for more information. Students who may need testing accommodations or have questions about the Accuplacer requirement may contact the Disability Services Office at (505) 566-3643.
Advising and Registration
Pay

International students are welcome to apply to San Juan College as a non-degree seeking student. Non-degree admission is intended for the student not seeking a degree or certificate at San Juan College or for students who do not meet the requirements for either Regular Degree Seeking On-Campus admission or Online Program admission. A student who has not graduated from high school (or the international equivalent of a United States high school) may be admitted as a non-degree student, provided the student is at least 18 years of age on the first day of the term the student is enrolling in and his/her class has graduated from high school.

Courses taken as a non-degree student may be transferred to another college (must check with the college you are transferring to for complete listing of transferrable classes), taken for job improvement, or personal enrichment. International students do NOT need to be in an F-1 status to be non-degree seeking and no college or high school transcripts are required to be admitted as a non-degree seeking student.NOTE: If a student wishes to change their admit status from non-degree seeking to regular degree seeking on-campus admission or online program admission, they must meet all the criteria as stated for each respective admission type.

Non-degree seeking students who wish to enroll in English, mathematics, or reading courses at San Juan College, are required to take the Accuplacer or send college transcripts for evaluation to satisfy the required pre-requisite and co-requisite course requirements for all courses.

Non-Degree Seeking International students pay non-resident tuition and general fees. Please refer to the Payment Options for current tuition rates.

Select one of the options below to view more details:

  • Dual Credit
  • Early Admit
Residency
  • Students who are members of an Indian nation, tribe or pueblo located wholly or partially in New Mexico, regardless of the state of residence of the student may qualify for resident tuition. Must provide Certificate of Indian Blood to receive resident tuition.

  • Colorado residents residing in counties that border New Mexico (Montezuma, Archuleta, LaPlata, Dolores, and San Juan counties) may apply for the Colorado-New Mexico reciprocal tuition exchange program. The student must be eligible for resident tuition in Colorado to be eligible for this program. To qualify students must complete the Colorado New Mexico Student Exchange Application.

  • Senior citizens (65 or over) are charged a reduced tuition waiver for the first 6 credit hours per semester.

  • The spouse or dependents, of persons who have moved to New Mexico and can provide documentation of permanent full-time employment, may be eligible for a waiver of the 12-month durational requirement. Other conditions must be satisfied. See the registrar for additional information.

  • Any person, his or her spouse or dependent child, not otherwise entitled to claim residence who is a member of the armed forces of the United States or armed forces of a foreign country assigned to active duty in the state of New Mexico will be assessed resident tuition rates.

  • Active duty New Mexico National Guard members shall be deemed a resident for purposes of determining tuition.

  • Note: Form must be submitted no later than the start date of the term in which the student is attending in order to be charged resident tuition for that term (see the current schedule of classes for term start dates). Failure to submit a form by term start date will result in non-resident tuition rates for that term).

Smarter Measure
  • Smarter Measure is a Learning Readiness Indicator assessment meant to be an interesting experience by which you may learn more about yourself. It will take 30 minutes to complete. You only need to complete areas 1-5. Go to www.smartermeasure.com to complete this. Username: NSO Password: NSO
Accuplacer
  • The Accuplacer tests you in Math, English and Reading to determine which level you need to begin in.To schedule an exam appointment and complete the preregistration, go to the Testing Center webpage (www.sanjuancollege.edu/test ). In the blue box, click on ACCUPLACER. Take the Accuplacer on your scheduled test day/time at the SJC Testing Center, which is located in the Information Technology Center (Copper Top Building), RM 7120D. Contact the SJC Testing Center with any testing questions at (505) 566-3139.Students who may need testing accommodations or have questions about the Accuplacer requirement may contact the Disability Services Office at (505) 566-3643.
Meet with High School Counselor
  • Your high school counselor will need to sign off on the Dual Credit Enrollment Approval form
  • If you are under 18, this form will also require your parent or guardian's signature
  • This form will need to be submitted to the SJC Enrollment Services office
New Student Orientation
  • It's recommended that all first time SJC students attend New Student Orientation. To get registered for a session either face-to-face or online please call (505) 566-3378 or email orientation@sanjuancollege.edu.
Register
  • If you have attended a New Student Orientation, you may register online
  • If you have NOT attended a New Student Orientation you will need to visit the Enrollment Services Office to be registered for courses.
Books
  • A student may obtain books from either the SJC Library or SJC Bookstore with the following:

    • SJC Student ID
    • Copy of course schedule
Disability Accommodations
  • Students with an identified disability must contact the SJC Disability Services Coordinator and provide an Individualized Educational Program (IEP) report from the high school. The coordinator's office is located in the Advising and Counseling Center or call (505) 566-3271.
Residency
  • Students who are members of an Indian nation, tribe or pueblo located wholly or partially in New Mexico, regardless of the state of residence of the student may qualify for resident tuition. Must provide Certificate of Indian Blood to receive resident tuition.

  • Colorado residents residing in counties that border New Mexico (Montezuma, Archuleta, LaPlata, Dolores, and San Juan counties) may apply for the Colorado-New Mexico reciprocal tuition exchange program. The student must be eligible for resident tuition in Colorado to be eligible for this program. To qualify students must complete the Colorado New Mexico Student Exchange Application.

  • Senior citizens (65 or over) are charged a reduced tuition waiver for the first 6 credit hours per semester.

  • The spouse or dependents, of persons who have moved to New Mexico and can provide documentation of permanent full-time employment, may be eligible for a waiver of the 12-month durational requirement. Other conditions must be satisfied. See the registrar for additional information.

  • Any person, his or her spouse or dependent child, not otherwise entitled to claim residence who is a member of the armed forces of the United States or armed forces of a foreign country assigned to active duty in the state of New Mexico will be assessed resident tuition rates.

  • Active duty New Mexico National Guard members shall be deemed a resident for purposes of determining tuition.

  • Note: Form must be submitted no later than the start date of the term in which the student is attending in order to be charged resident tuition for that term (see the current schedule of classes for term start dates). Failure to submit a form by term start date will result in non-resident tuition rates for that term).

Smarter Measure
  • Smarter Measure is a Learning Readiness Indicator assessment meant to be an interesting experience by which you may learn more about yourself. It will take 30 minutes to complete. You only need to complete areas 1-5. Go to www.smartermeasure.com to complete this. Username: NSO Password: NSO
Accuplacer
  • The Accuplacer tests you in Math, English and Reading to determine which level you need to begin in.To schedule an exam appointment and complete the preregistration, go to the Testing Center webpage (www.sanjuancollege.edu/test ). In the blue box, click on ACCUPLACER. Take the Accuplacer on your scheduled test day/time at the SJC Testing Center, which is located in the Information Technology Center (Copper Top Building), RM 7120D. Contact the SJC Testing Center with any testing questions at (505) 566-3139.Students who may need testing accommodations or have questions about the Accuplacer requirement may contact the Disability Services Office at (505) 566-3643.
Meet with Enrollment Specialist
New Student Orientation
  • It's recommended that all first time SJC students attend New Student Orientation. To get registered for a session either face-to-face or online please call (505) 566-3378 or email orientation@sanjuancollege.edu.
Register
  • If you have attended a New Student Orientation, you may register online
  • If you have NOT attended a New Student Orientation you will need to visit the Enrollment Services Office to be registered for courses.
Books
  • A student may obtain books from either the SJC Library or SJC Bookstore with the following:

    • SJC Student ID
    • Copy of course schedule
Disability Accommodations
  • Students with an identified disability must contact the SJC Disability Services Coordinator and provide an Individualized Educational Program (IEP) report from the high school. The coordinator's office is located in the Advising and Counseling Center or call (505) 566-3271.
Residency
  • Students who are members of an Indian nation, tribe or pueblo located wholly or partially in New Mexico, regardless of the state of residence of the student may qualify for resident tuition. Must provide Certificate of Indian Blood to receive resident tuition.

  • Colorado residents residing in counties that border New Mexico (Montezuma, Archuleta, LaPlata, Dolores, and San Juan counties) may apply for the Colorado-New Mexico reciprocal tuition exchange program. The student must be eligible for resident tuition in Colorado to be eligible for this program. To qualify students must complete the Colorado New Mexico Student Exchange Application.

  • Senior citizens (65 or over) are charged a reduced tuition waiver for the first 6 credit hours per semester.

  • The spouse or dependents, of persons who have moved to New Mexico and can provide documentation of permanent full-time employment, may be eligible for a waiver of the 12-month durational requirement. Other conditions must be satisfied. See the registrar for additional information.

  • Any person, his or her spouse or dependent child, not otherwise entitled to claim residence who is a member of the armed forces of the United States or armed forces of a foreign country assigned to active duty in the state of New Mexico will be assessed resident tuition rates.

  • Active duty New Mexico National Guard members shall be deemed a resident for purposes of determining tuition.

  • Note: Form must be submitted no later than the start date of the term in which the student is attending in order to be charged resident tuition for that term (see the current schedule of classes for term start dates). Failure to submit a form by term start date will result in non-resident tuition rates for that term).

Financial Aid
  • To be eligible for Financial Aid, you must be a degree seeking student
Accuplacer
  • Non-degree seeking students who wish to enroll in English, mathematics or reading courses at San Juan College are required to take the Accuplacer and satisfy the required pre-requisite course requirements for all courses. College transcripts may be sent instead to show the student satisfies the pre-requisite.

    The Accuplacer tests you in Math, English and Reading to determine which level you need to begin in.To schedule an exam appointment and complete the preregistration, go to the Testing Center webpage (www.sanjuancollege.edu/test ). In the blue box, click on ACCUPLACER. Take the Accuplacer on your scheduled test day/time at the SJC Testing Center, which is located in the Information Technology Center (Copper Top Building), RM 7120D. Contact the SJC Testing Center with any testing questions at (505) 566-3139.Students who may need testing accommodations or have questions about the Accuplacer requirement may contact the Disability Services Office at (505) 566-3643.

Advisor
  • After you complete the Accuplacer assessment, you will need to meet with an advisor to go over scores and discuss course options and degree plans. Appointments can be made by calling the Advising and Counseling Center at (505) 566 - 3526
Register for classes
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Pay