Peterson Student Center

The two-story Peterson Student Center is a Territorial Revival-style building that was constructed in 1964 and designed by Santa Fe architects Edward O. Holien and William R. Buckley, with design input from John Gaw Meem. Renowned modernist Alexander Girard designed the interior including padded benches, tubular chandeliers, brightly painted wood-panel doors, and a large mural representing the seven liberal arts disciplines. Peterson is the primary gathering space on campus, containing the Dining Hall, Coffee Shop, the Great Hall, the Junior and Senior Common Rooms, the art gallery, the Cave, and several meeting rooms.

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1160 Camino de Cruz Blanca, Santa Fe, NM 87505

The two-story Peterson Student Center is a Territorial Revival-style building that was constructed in 1964 and designed by Santa Fe architects Edward O. Holien and William R. Buckley, with design input from John Gaw Meem. Renowned modernist Alexander Girard designed the interior including padded benches, tubular chandeliers, brightly painted wood-panel doors, and a large mural representing the seven liberal arts disciplines. Peterson is the primary gathering space on campus, containing the Dining Hall, Coffee Shop, the Great Hall, the Junior and Senior Common Rooms, the art gallery, the Cave, and several meeting rooms.

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