Mary Beth Lindsey is the enrollment support coordinator at SFUAD. Her main duties as ESC are to provide information to whomever needs it, whether it be prospective students (and/or their parents), or helping current students connect with the right people.
Tiffany Rodriguez is an integral part of the inner workings of Santa Fe University of Art and Design. “In my role as manager of Institutional Research, I collect, analyze, and disseminate institutional data to campus leadership, program chairs, and faculty,” she says.
In the first meditation Breedlove led in the Archetypal Psychology 2 Liberal Arts class at SFUAD she recently visited, she asked everyone to go around and say their names, and then provide a sound that they liked or that was a part of themselves. Some laughed, some squeaked, some pushed out a guttural, throaty sound.
SFUAD’s Information Technology department is as active as ever in ensuring the student body has all they need. Jeff Pearce, director of IT, sat down with Jackalope to reveal the new technology administered to the school, and to share some of the astounding data the department has collected.
“The people you work with make it or break it,” enrollment advisor Justin Grogan says, and for him SFUAD surpasses his expectations. Grogan works with prospective and current students in the Creative Writing and Literature and Photography departments.
Jackalope Magazine is the student magazine of Santa Fe University of Art and Design. Building on the interdisciplinary nature of our education, we aim to showcase the talent of our university and character of our city.