Please note that cell phone service can be spotty throughout campus, and some service providers are be more available than others (Verizon tends to do better than AT & T, for example). You may not want to depend on your cell phone for regular calls while you’re on campus, and once you’re here, you can check in with the conference services office for information on the “hot spots” for cell phone coverage. NOTE: we have discovered that text messages tend to come through more easily, so thumbs away!
All members of the college community share responsibility for upholding standards of decency and civility and for maintaining living conditions that are conducive to study and learning. As we expect our students to behave in a mature and respectful manner, we ask this of our conference guests. Please report any concerns you have about the behavior of others to your group leader. In the case that someone is in danger of hurting themselves or others, or causing property damage, please call security “0”.
Our dorm areas carry noise very well, so please note that loud music, boisterous conversation, and other noises intrude on the personal space of others. As St. John’s is a community of learners, respect for the need of individual students to study and sleep without the interference of excess noise is essential. In general, sound should not be audible outside ones individual room. Specifically, the hours between 10p and 7a, daily, should be respected for sleep and study, as well as Mondays and Thursdays from 7 - 9p while our students attend seminar.
We hope our community is comfortable enough that you can ask noise-makers to move inside if your sleep or study is being disrupted in your dorm area. However, if you prefer, or if this is not successful, feel free to contact security at “0.”
In coordination with a conference group leader, the college reserves the right to assess fines to a conference guest, or to require a conference guest to move off campus, if they are found to be excessively disrupting campus life or offending others.
Santa Fe Information
St. John's is at an altitude of 7300 feet, so you may be subject to shortness of breath, dehydration, or altitude sickness. Drink a lot of water and watch for headaches, dizziness and nausea, possible symptoms of altitude sickness. Please note that alcohol tends to have a stronger effect on our visitors from lower altitudes!
Tourist information is available in the brochure rack located inside the Coffee Shop, as well as in the Conference Services Office.
City of Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau
Santa Fe Visitors Information
Information on forest fires and fire restrictions in the area