The College of New Jersey:
A Local Perspective

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The city of Santa Fe offers a bus service through it’s Santa Fe Trail system. The bus runs to campus from early in the morning to late in the evening. Make sure you catch the Route 21 bus from Santa Fe Place. The weekday bus runs about every half hour or so. The first bus arrives on campus at 7:45am, last bus departs at 9:49pm. You can always take the New Mexico Railrunner, a commuter rail that stops nearby at the NM599 depot and from there you can take the Route 22 bus for a direct ride to campus. On the SFCC campus the gender composition is 62% women and 38% men. As far as race is concerned, 38% represents Caucasian as well as Hispanic. Santa Fe has a total of 73,720 residents, where 63% speak English and 33% of the population speaks Spanish. In Santa Fe 47.5% of individuals are Hispanic.A lot of residents in the city are between the ages of 35 and 54, and about 13% of Santa Fe’s residents are 65 or older.


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