Santa Fe is awesome as a grad school destination and city. Check out a few of the honors awarded to “The City Different” below (read the entire “Best of Santa Fe” Chamber of Commerce post here detailing many more awards):
Santa Fe was ranked #2 City for Art Vibrancy by the National Center for Arts Research and Ski Santa Fe made Condé Nast Traveler list of most underrated ski resorts. The Food Network names Tia Sophia’s breakfast burrito one of the best breakfasts in the country and Liveability.com says Santa Fe is a top ten foodie city in the nation. Chicago’s makeitbetter.net rates Santa Fe as a top romantic destination and the Santa Fe River and Santa Fe River Park ranked one of Top Ten Great American River Walks. Conde Nast readers vote for Santa Fe as the best small city to visit in America. The International Mountain Biking Association gives Santa Fe biking trails Silver award while VacationHomeRentals.com awards Santa Fe as being a Top 3 City to Travel to with Your Dog. USA Today Travel and 10Best voted Santa Fe as the Best U.S. City for Shopping while The American Lung Association rates Santa Fe is the Second City in the Country with the Cleanest Air.
Truly, Santa Fe, New Mexico is a great place for students enrolled in—or seeking—a consciousness-centered graduate school that offers Master’s Degrees in Counseling and Art Therapy/Counseling leading to licensure. You’ll especially love this grad school destination if you are romantic, love dogs, love super fresh, clean air, enjoy hiking and skiing in the great outdoors, walking along the river, enjoy shopping and spa services, or are a foodie who loves delicious, fresh, unique regional (and sometimes spicy) New Mexican foods, including Tia Sophia’s breakfast burrito.
If you’re a grad student here, take time to enjoy what Kiplinger rates as the #4 best place to live in the country. If you’re a prospective student, what are you waiting for? Request an information packet now.