Living on campus is an important way to develop important connections with your fellow artists… not to mention the life-long friendships!
Living on campus is a great part of the college experience.One of the real advantages of living on campus is the access that it provides to our residents. The ability to focus on studies without having the concern to find parking, maintain monthly bills, or find time to drive to local laundry facilities can lead to a greater level of success with SFUAD. Our students enjoy wireless connectivity in all housing facilities, an on campus mail facility, laundry facilities in every housing complex and furnished accommodations.
Mountain View Apartments: The apartments are all double occupancy spaces. All apartments have two bedrooms – each bedroom is 11’ x 10’, is for a single resident, and has its own bathroom. Each apartment is air-conditioned and has a full kitchen. 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)
Residence Hall Furnishings
Santa Fe University of Art and Design Mountain View Quads are fully furnished with a love seat, dining table, two dining chairs, coffee table, beds, 2 desks, 2 desk chairs, 2 nightstands, and 2 wardrobes. Kitchens include full-size appliances: refrigerator with ice maker, double sink, 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.
High speed 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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.