When you register for the Glen, you must choose one of the following room options, or select “commuter” if you will stay off-campus.
Scroll down for details about food, linens, wi-fi, and more.
Accommodations on Campus
Single Dorm Rooms
Single dorm rooms are furnished with one twin bed, a desk, bookshelves, and a dresser. Dorm floors feature shared single-gender bathrooms. Each dorm floor accommodates 8-12 people. The dorms are just adjacent to the center of campus.
Double Dorm Rooms
Most doubles are composed of two single rooms joined on the inside by a locking door; each room of a double is furnished with a twin bed, a desk, bookshelves, and a dresser. (Couples choosing this option often push the beds together.) Dorm floors feature shared single-gender bathrooms. Each dorm floor accommodates 8-10 people. The dorms are just adjacent to the center of campus.
Triple Dorm Rooms
Triples are composed of three single rooms joined on the inside by locking doors; each room of a triple is furnished with a twin bed, a desk, bookshelves, and a dresser. Dorm floors feature shared single-gender bathrooms. Each dorm floor accommodates 8-10 people. The dorms are just adjacent to the center of campus.
A quieter option with more privacy, suites are composed of five private rooms that open onto a small common living area; each room is furnished with a twin bed, a desk, and a dresser. Suites are single-gender only. The five occupants share one extra-large bathroom. The suites are three minutes uphill from the center of campus, providing more quiet for their occupants.
There are a limited number of on-campus apartments, featuring two single-occupant bedrooms, a living area, bathroom, and a kitchenette.
* Due to their limited nature, apartments will only be sold to those who register in pairs.
Staying Off Campus
You’re also welcome to stay off-campus while attending the Glen. There’s an extraordinary array of housing options to choose from in Santa Fe, from low-cost AirBnB rentals to world-class hotels. And here is a list of some of the top-rated places to stay according to our favorite travel site, TripAdvisor.
Attendees who are staying off-campus—those who register as a “commuter”—will still receive a pass to enjoy all their meals in the Dining Hall, and just like an on-campus attendee, they’ll participate fully in the full run of Glen events. They’ll also receive a parking permit for the week.
Eating at the Glen
All Glen attendees are provided a pass to eat together in the St. John’s Dining Hall three times each day. A wide variety of foods is offered at every meal, including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. (If you have a concern about food allergies, feel free to write the Glen staff.) Common breakfast options include eggs, sausage, bacon, biscuits, gravy, fresh fruit, oatmeal, dry cereals, and an assortment of pastries. Lunch and dinner options range from American classics to fresh spins on Asian, Southwest, and Italian cuisines, and feature salad and sandwich-making stations.
The St. John’s Coffee Shop is also located around the corner from the Dining Hall. Snacks and meals can be purchased there all day.
Linens, Wi-Fi, Parking, and More
Two towels, two washcloths, two unfitted sheets, one pillow, and two blankets are provided in all rooms. Some attendees like to bring their favorite linens from home for an extra-comfortable stay. There are also several coin-operated laundry facilities on campus.
Free Wi-Fi is available to all attendees everywhere on campus.
There is no air conditioning on campus, but the pueblo style of the buildings is designed to keep things cool, and most attendees are surprised to find that no A/C is required. That said, there are small fans available on request. The weather in Santa Fe in August is often in the mid-80s during the day and drops into the 60s at night.
Any attendees who drive to the Glen will receive a parking permit for their car for the duration of the event. Because the campus is small, no parking lot is more than a three-minute walk from the center of campus.