The college offers limited housing in suites on campus. Accommodations are simple, yet comfortable, with five separate single-occupancy bedrooms arranged around a shared living room, and a double bathroom. Housing is located about a five-minute walk uphill from the classrooms and dining area. Due to the cool summer evenings, air conditioning is usually not needed in Santa Fe; therefore our accommodations are not fitted with air conditioners. An ethernet port is provided in every room as well as is a telephone for local or calling card calls. Wireless service is available in most areas throughout campus. Cell phone service can be spotty in some areas of campus, and some service provider’s coverage is better than others.
Room and board fees include accommodations, linens, and meals from Sunday evening through breakfast on Saturday. A linen exchange is offered to individuals staying more than one week. All rooms are single occupancy. Suite housing is available on a first-come, first-served basis. If suite housing is no longer available, the college will be happy to place you on a wait list, or simpler dorm space may be available.
Room and board fees are $510 per week per person. Payment for housing is due at the time of registration.
Should you have any special needs while staying on campus, please inform the Summer Classics office at the time of registration.
Due to limited space on campus we cannot accommodate early arrivals or late departures. You may check into your room at the time of registration on Sunday; keys will be available at registration. Checkout is by 10 a.m. on Saturday. We suggest you make travel arrangements to accommodate this schedule.
General tourist information is available from the Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau on the web atwww.santafe.org or by calling 1-800-777-2489.
The Annapolis campus offers simple accommodations in its Gilliam Hall dormitory, located on College Creek. Guests may reserve a double or single room. All beds are twin size, and bathrooms are shared among eight guests. There is no telephone service, and guests bringing computers must provide their own ethernet connection service (wi-fi is available at other locations on campus.). Rates are $38 per person per night, plus a $12 linen fee. No meals are available on campus other than the breakfasts and lunches that are included in the Summer Classics tuition, but there are many nice restaurants within walking distance of the college.
For off-campus housing, please visit www.sjc.edu, click on “Friends,” then “Business Friends,” then “Accommodations.” General tourist information is available from the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau on the web at www.visitannapolis.org.
The closest major airport is in Albuquerque, a one-hour drive fromSanta Fe. Travel reservations from the airport to Santa Fe may be made with an airport shuttle service or by visiting www.SantaFe.com (click on Hotels, Lodging, & Travel). The Santa Fe airport also operates a limited number of commercial flights to and from a few select airports.
Limited public transportation is available within Santa Fe by bus. For greater flexibility, renting a car is recommended.
The Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) is 25 miles from the Annapolis campus. Car rental and shuttle service to Annapolis can be easily arranged on the BWI website. Washington National Airport (DCA) also serves the Annapolis area, but is not as convenient. Limited public transportation is available within Annapolis by bus and taxi. For greater flexibility, renting a car is recommended.
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