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Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe, New Mexico USA 4
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Santa Fe Community College is a public two-year comprehensive community college located in New Mexico. The school has an undergraduate population of about 6,300 students and offers more than 100 degrees and certificate programs. It offers general studies courses and occupational specialties including culinary arts, green technologies and trades, criminal justice and gallery management. It provides career-oriented programs in fields like nursing, emergency medical technician response and dental health. Plus it offers programs in fine woodworking, media arts, fine arts and film.
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