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Residence Hall Housing
Living on campus at Santa Fe University of Art and Design provides opportunities for getting involved in campus life, meeting people from around the world, challenging ideas and points of view, and fostering personal and professional development through wellness programming. The housing office specifically works to provide safe and comfortable living designed to support and encourage student success by providing opportunities for leadership development. On campus living provides opportunities for getting involved and enriches your education beyond the classroom. As resident, you will encounter the creative spirit and common goals that make Santa Fe University such a close-knit community.
Considering whether or not live on campus? Residential students routinely earn higher grades and are more likely to graduate than those living off campus. By living on campus, you avoid budgetary hassles with the convenience of one bill through the university, enjoy the proximity to classes, build leadership skills, and make life-long friendships on campus! We are committed to assisting you in being successful both academically and socially. Housing and Residential Life, in conjunction with Student Life, offers a wide range of activities both on and off campus.
Campus housing comprises four traditional residence halls and the Mountain View Quads: Two bedrooms with two bathrooms, full kitchens and common living area. Mountain View quads consist of four complexes: Sangre de Cristo, Ortiz, Jemez, and Sandia. Each building is named after the local mountain ranges surrounding Santa Fe.
There is a two-year residency requirement, which means that first-year freshmen and sophomores are required to live on campus for their first four semesters. Any student who meets the following criteria is eligible for off campus housing.
a) Students twenty-one years of age prior to the start of the semester
b) Legally married and can provide proper documentation
c) Semester enrollment of less than twelve (12) credit hours
d) Students who live with parent(s) or guardian(s) in the Santa Fe or 30 miles within the surrounding area.
e) Sixty-four (64) hours completed credit hours completed
f) Have lived in a college or University housing for four or more semesters
*With exception to conditions A, B and C, exemptions cannot be made mid-academic year.
All incoming students must complete either a Housing Contract, or a Housing Exemption Form. Housing exemptions are not automatic; housing exemptions must be approved by the housing office. Students who do not meet the above criteria may submit a petition to the residency requirement. To submit a petition, write a detailed letter explaining your circumstances and applicable documentation supporting your situation to firstname.lastname@example.org. Petitions must be approved to be released from the residency requirement. The Housing Exemption form and The Housing/Meal Plan Contract are available online through your Campus Cruiser account. To access Campus Cruiser, log in to MySF.
Residence Hall Descriptions
The residence halls offer both co-ed and single gender floors. Co-ed floors have two restrooms, one for women and one for men. (click on residence hall name to see a scale drawing of the floor plan)
· 3 story building with 4 wings; Co-ed floors; Room Dimensions: 12.5’ x 16’, triple and 9’ x 11’single occupancy.
· 2 story building with 2 wings; Single gender floors; Room Dimensions: 16.5’ x 11.6’. Sink and vanity in room, carpeted rooms. Triple and double occupancy;
· 2 story building with 2 wings; Single gender floors; Room Dimensions: 11’ x 16’. Triple and double occupancy.
St. Michael’s Hall:
(St. Michael's Hall B)
· 2 story building with 2 wings; Air Conditioning; Co-ed floors; Room Dimensions: A wing 9’ x 17’and B Wing 12’ x 17’. Triple and double occupancy.
· 2 story complex; 4 buildings; Single gender in room; Bedroom Dimension 11’ x 10’; Common living area, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and full kitchen. Quad occupancy.
Resident Assistants and Living Learning Communities
A resident assistant (RA) is assigned to each floor/area. RAs are student/staff members who are available to assist you with any questions about campus life. Your RA can tell you about campus facilities and services, how to report maintenance issues, how to manage a roommate conflict, and how to get involved in campus extracurricular activities. They are outstanding resources and also trained for crisis situations. A professional housing staff member is also on call 24/7.
Global Living Community- Kennedy A100 & A200
The Global Living Community is a learning community consisting of students who wish to participate in a global-focused community. This community will consist of students from a variety of countries, as well as domestic students. Programming emphasis in this community will be on building a global community through the arts. The RA of this community will be encouraged to program with an emphasis on cultural diversity, cultural awareness, and cultural pride.
Healthy Lifestyles Community- LaSalle A100 & A200
The Healthy Lifestyles Community is a community focused on living a healthy lifestyle. This community will be completely substance free. Students participating in this community will sign an addendum to the housing contract to abstain from all drugs including but not limited to alcohol, tobacco, and illegal drugs, on and off campus. The RA of this community will program around areas that promote healthy lifestyles such as fitness programs, spiritual programming, and mental health awareness.
24 Hour Quiet Hours- King Hall D300
The 24 Hour Quiet Hours community is a place for students who prefer quiet at all times in order to study, sleep, and live. Quiet hours will be strictly enforced by the RA of this floor as well as by other building RAs. While there are no specific programming guidelines, the RA is encouraged to programs that maintain and emphasize academic inquiry.
All students are permitted to have cars on campus. Santa Fe also maintains a bus system with a stop at the entrance of campus.
Disabilities and Special Needs
Accommodations are available for students with disabilities or medical conditions. Accommodations that may meet the needs of students with such requirements may be, but are not limited to: accessible rooms and facilities for students with physical disabilities and medical needs. Appropriate supporting documentation from a healthcare professional is required. If you have any questions, or require special accommodations, feel free to contact the Housing and Residential Life Office at 1-505-473-6463 or email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
Residence Hall Furnishings
Santa Fe University of Art and Design residence hall rooms come furnished with beds, closets/wardrobes, dressers, desks and desk chairs. Mattresses are twin extra-long size (80" x 36").
Santa Fe University of Art and Design Mountain View Quads are fully furnished with a loveseat, dining table, two dining chairs, coffee table, XL twin beds, 2 desks, 2 desk chairs, 2 nightstands, and 2 wardrobes. Kitchens include full-size appliances: refrigerator with ice maker, double sink with garbage disposal, full sized stove and microwave. Students provide their own pots, pans, dishes, glasses, and utensils. The bathrooms are equipped with a bathtub and medicine cabinet. Shower curtain is supplied by student. All furniture provided is the property of Santa Fe University of Art and Design.
Local telephone service, basic cable TV, cable Internet, and laundry are free to all campus residents. However, students need to provide their own computer, and TV. Learn more about what to bring.