Housing and Employment
In Santa Fe, on-campus housing is available to graduate students year-round. Many graduate students prefer to live off campus in apartments, condominiums, and private rental homes. Affordable housing in Santa Fe can always be located. The Office of Graduate Admissions issues a monthly housing email that provides rental listings as well as roommate and house-share opportunities. New students often arrange house shares with other new students through the housing email and reduce their housing costs substantially. Additionally, we recommend that incoming students pay attention to postings on Craig’s List, the Santa Fe New Mexican, and the Santa Fe Reporter.
To learn more about the residence halls and the housing email list, contact email@example.com.
Employment as a Graduate Student
The Liberal Arts program has been designed to accommodate working adults. All classes during the fall and spring semesters are scheduled two evenings per week. Many students are able to work while getting their degree. Some students do however find it difficult to balance the requirements of the Program with demanding full-time work and prefer to adjust their work schedule. Students in the Eastern Classics program have more class meetings per week; full-time work is not recommended.