All housing applications and their associated documents must be submitted by July 31, 2021, in order to be considered for on-campus housing for the Fall 2021 semester. Late submissions after said date will be automatically placed on a wait list.
The IAIA Board of Trustees has instituted a 2021–2022 COVID-19 Vaccination Mandate. This mandate requires that all students and family members living on campus, attending in-person classes, and utilizing campus facilities provide proof of full vaccination. For more information, visit 2021–2022 COVID-19 Vaccination Mandate.
If you would like additional information related to IAIA’s COVID-19 policies, please contact Housing Director Leslie Romero at (505) 424-2380 or at [email protected].
Note: Learn more about the housing check-in requirements for Fall 2020. Download and view the IAIA Fall 2020 Housing Check-In Requirements and Procedures.
We are pleased you are interested in living on campus, which could be one of the most rewarding experiences of your college career. National research indicates students who live on campus are happier, healthier, and more likely to succeed in college than those who do not. Living in the residence hall or family housing complex offers you everything you need for college success including convenient access to campus facilities such as classrooms, library and studios, recreational and fitness centers, friends and classmates right next door, comfortable living accommodations, and a residence life staff to help you 24/7.
The goal of IAIA housing is to positively impact each student’s college experience. The programs and activities presented by residence life staff provide opportunities for establishing lifelong relationships, creating familiarity with our community, achieving academic success, experiencing diversity and social justice, enhancing health and well-being, and developing skills you will use throughout your life.
There are two options for housing at IAIA—Center for Lifelong Education (CLE) Residence Center and our family housing apartments. Each area provides safe and secure housing in a healthy, positive, and inclusive environment.
All students applying for housing in the CLE Residence Center must submit completed applications and $120 housing and key deposit. The rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Download and view the following documents:
- Housing Application ($120 deposit)
- IAIA Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 COVID-19 Resident Addendum to the Housing Agreement
- Immunization Record Form
- General Physical and Examination Form
- Background Check Request
If you are an MFA Graduate Student who is interested in living on-campus during the Summer Low Residency period, please download and view the following document.
Send check, money order, or pay by credit card:
IAIA Center for Student Life Attention: CLE Residence Center Housing 83 Avan Nu Po Road Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508. To pay by credit card, please call (505) 424-5732.
Students applying for family housing must submit a completed Family Housing Application Packet and a $250 one-time, non-refundable administrative fee. Eligibility requirements for family housing casitas can be found in the application packet. The casitas are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so get your application in as soon as possible. Download the view the Family Housing Application and the IAIA Family Housing Handbook.
For affordable housing information, contact the Santa Fe County Public Housing Authority:
- Santa Fe County Public Housing Authority 52 Camino Jacobo Santa Fe, NM 87507 (505) 992-3060
Visit the Santa Fe County Public Housing Authority, then Public Housing Program to download a copy of the housing assistance application.
P (505) 424-2380
E [email protected]