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SIT’s dean of students and Office of Student Affairs provide leadership and vision in the areas of student health services, crisis management, counseling, housing, safety and security issues, diversity, student conduct issues, and support for students with disabilities.
Because each residence hall is unique in design, room sizes vary greatly. Most dormitories are co-ed, but a few maybe all female and one can be gender neutral. It is up to you to state on your contract if you have special requests.
All dormitories are furnished with shared bath facilities with separate male and female bathrooms. For gender-neutral housing, bathroom will be labeled unisex or gender neutral. The Housing Office makes all room assignments. For all female dormitories: Please be aware that with the approval of the dormitory, residents of female only dormitories may host a male overnight guest.
The Donald B. Watt Library & Information Commons provides a collection of materials relevant to SIT Graduate Institute’s and SIT Study Abroad’s curricula.
Non-electronic items will be mailed to off-campus students and faculty upon request. Resources not held in our print or electronic collection may be available through our interlibrary loan service.
SIT Graduate Institute places the highest priority on the health, safety, and security of all our students. We aim to help all students achieve their academic potential by providing a supportive, diverse, and community-focused learning environment.
Residing on the SIT Graduate Institute campus provides a true living-learning environment that allows students to extend their academic learning. Personal growth, intellectual development, and appreciation of other cultures are just a few of the benefits afforded students who choose to become part of the SIT residential community.SIT provides a range of living arrangements for its students. Residence halls vary in design from small two-story structures for approximately 12 students to a contemporary multipurpose building for 40 students, including the cafeteria.
World Learning’s academic programs offered through SIT (founded as the School for International Training) are accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (formerly the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.).