Santa Fe Campus


Its paradoxical ruggedness, juxtaposed with the fragility of rarefied mountain air and sparse desert terrain, hones the intellect to discern the essential nature of things, a skill that is indispensable to a medical education founded upon a naturalistic outlook of the world.

In Santa Fe the high mountain desert offers days of year-round sunshine that alternate through seasons from crisp and clear, to hot and dry. Luminous skies and interminable mountain ranges surrounding the city of Santa Fe make access to outdoor sports enticing, while the arts, opera, and blend of indigenous ethnic cultures creates an intriguing social milieu that counterbalances the tranquility of the surrounding wilderness.

The relative smallness of Santa Fe (approximately 70,000 people) is perhaps the secret to its spectacular beauty—a city set apart from mainstream America. Likewise, its natural beauty is only enhanced by the rich cultural blend of Hispanic, Native American Indian, and Caucasian cultures. With the wilderness bordering the entire city, outdoor life sits at the city’s gate for either an active sports life or unobtrusive observation and contemplation. The lack of heavy industry serve to safe guard this powerful geographic area, and the popularity of Santa Fe as a tourist center contributes to the flourishing of its culture.

Without exaggeration, Santa Fe is one of the most magical places in the world. This uniqueness makes it a natural magnet for the finest artists, teachers, healthcare practitioners, students, and people searching for a certain quality of life.

Santa Fe, New Mexico Campus
Cedar Park
2100 Calle de la Vuelta, Ste D103
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Phone: 505.438.8884
Fax: 505.438.8883
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Directions to the Santa Fe Campus
From I-25 exit at the Saint Francis Drive exit, follow Saint Francis Drive to the Saint Michael’s Drive exit (south end of Saint Francis Dr.). Go East on St. Michael’s Dr. until you reach the stop light at Galisteo Street. Take a left on Galisteo. The college is located 0.3 of a mile on your left.


Student Services and Housing

The student services provided by Southwest Acupuncture College are designed with the intent of supporting the whole person and hence the ultimate mission of the school. Low cost acupuncture treatments are extended to students both for health maintenance and instructional purposes. A student representative system provides the mechanism by which a student voice in the creation of the college community is realized. Annual school convocations such as Chinese New Year and the annual school vendor fair and graduation ceremonies are important mechanisms for celebration, enjoyment, relaxation, and balance in the students’ schedule. Personal academic and financial counseling is an automatic part of school operations.

There are no residential accommodations for students at the college. Students find housing in a variety of situations including shared living, apartment rentals and home purchases. Students should plan to secure housing before entry into the program. A list of telephone numbers for temporary housing and newspaper subscription can be obtained from the college by request to facilitate the housing search.

Santa Fe Links

Santa Fe Housing Information
The Santa Fe New Mexican (check out the Classifieds online)
Santa Fe Online
Veneklasen Property Management
Apartment Guide
Apartment List
Kokopelli Property Management
HotPads Santa Fe, NM
Zillow Santa Fe, NM

Finding Employment in Santa Fe
Employment Agencies
New Mexico Department of Labor
The Santa Fe New Mexican (check out the Classifieds online)

Santa Fe Links
Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau
Santa Fean Magazine
Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce
City of Santa Fe
Visit Santa Fe—Resources for Life in The City Different
The Wellness Journal Guide to Santa Fe

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