The new Student Housing at San Juan College
The 150-bed, three-floor building boasts one-, two- and four-bedroom units and will provide an array of amenities for residents, including a spacious common area, multiple student kitchens, as well as TV/study areas on each floor.
From San Juan College
Tuesday, April 12, 2022
San Juan College is excited to announce the student housing application is now available online. Student housing will open in August 2022, in time for the fall semester. Full-time students (12 credit hours) admitted to San Juan College are invited to apply for the “suite-life” in the new student housing.
“On-campus housing at SJC is going to transform our campus and experiences for students,” says Deborah Chalmers, dean of students. “Many relationships are built in the residence hall at 1 a.m. over burnt popcorn, while watching the latest hit TV show or studying for a difficult class. Students will be surrounded by others going through similar experiences and providing support for one another. The housing and residence life staff will be available to help students navigate through obstacles in life and to be there to celebrate their victories. I am so excited to see the success of each of the students living on campus.”
The 37,552 square-foot campus housing facility is located on the SJC Farmington Campus on the corner of Sunrise Parkway and Education drive. The 150-bed, three-floor building boasts one-, two- and four-bedroom units and will provide an array of amenities for residents, including a spacious common area, multiple student kitchens, as well as TV/study areas on each floor. Students will appreciate the outdoor activity space and the close proximity to campus walking trails, SJC Health and Human Performance Center, Frisbee golf course, and outdoor playing field.
For more information on San Juan College student housing, visit sanjuancollege.edu/housing or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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