The Mission for the Housing and Recreation department is to provide a safe, comfortable living environment that ensures student success for the resident student. The Housing & Recreation Department is committed to providing a living and learning environment conducive to student development.
The Residential Life Department features two (2) traditional style residential facilities, which provides accommodations for approximately 256 students. In addition, the Residential Life Department supervises, organizes and facilitates recreational activities, intramural's and the SIPI Wellness Center. A large component of the educational experience is learning to live and to interact with other people from different tribal, racial and economic backgrounds. To this end, students are helped to develop a growing sense of maturity and responsibility by participating in student activities within the residential facilities and throughout the college campus.
The main goal for the Residential Life Department is to provide a safe learning environment with social and academic support.
SIPI RESIDENTIAL LIVING:
Golden Eagle lodge accommodates the male students.
Four Winds lodge accommodates the female students.
Both dorms are staffed 24/7.
SIPI does not have Co-ed dorms or married/family housing.
Each student room accommodates two (2 to 3) persons and is furnished as follows: wall to wall carpeting, twin size beds (XL 36”x80”) with study desk top attached to each bed, chairs, wastebaskets and wardrobe cabinet for each student.
What To Bring:
Personal Hygiene Supplies
Prohibited in rooms.
Appliances Not Allowed:
TV Lounge area (front lobby and wings)
Snack/Drink Vending machines
Parking lots are available. Students must register their vehicle with the Campus Security office. Please have proper liability insurance, current state registration and driver’s license.
Due to limited transportation services at SIPI, you will need to make your own travel arrangements from the airport, bus depot or train station when arriving in Albuquerque to SIPI.