Accessibility Resource Center
505-277-3506 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) offers services to the University of New Mexico’s self-identified students with disabilities. If you are a student with a disability and need accommodations to access any of the content delivered through UNM Canvas, contact both your instructor and the ARC so that an accommodation may be arranged. Online students can make an appointment via phone or email.
505-277-2531 | email@example.com
Career Services supports current students and alumni with career-related advisement/counseling, assessments, career fairs, resume and cover letter preparation, career workshops, interviews, job/internship search, and much more. Online students can make an appointment via phone or email.
College Enrichment Program
505-277-3521 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The College Enrichment Program (CEP) provides guidance and support to students in all areas relevant to their success on campus. This guidance includes overall adjusting to college, the transition to UNM, academic support, career selection, and financial aid advisement. CEP offers virtual office hours via Zoom Monday-Friday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Follow UNMCEP on Instagram.
Dean of Students Office
505-277-3361 | email@example.com
The Dean of Students offers several areas of student support. Short-term Loans can assist students with a loan up to $800 (eligibility requirements and service charges apply). The Center for Financial Capability assists in alleviating financial stress by helping students overcome financial barriers. Services include workshops, one-to-one peer coaching, tax filing, budget assistance, and more. The National Student Exchange assists students interested in studying at another university within the U.S.
Global Education Office
505-277-4032 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Global Education Office helps UNM students, faculty, and staff to understand and work effectively in a complex and rapidly changing global world by advising and facilitating education abroad for UNM students. International students looking to pursue education at UNM can connect with International Admissions and Recruitment, International Student & Scholar Services, and the Center for English Language and American Culture.
Graduate Support at CTL (Center for Teaching & Learning)
505-277-14407 | email@example.com
Graduate Support offers consultations on writing, ESOL, statistics, dissertation and thesis coaching, and career coaching. In addition, they offer virtual workshops and writing camps throughout the semester. Online students can call or email for an appointment or follow them on social media for information and events. Online students also have the option to submit their work via their online writing lab here.
LGBTQ Resource Center
505-277-LGBT (5428) | firstname.lastname@example.org
Founded in 2010, the LGBTQ Resource Center provides education, advocacy, and support for UNM students, staff, and faculty. The Resource Center provides Safe Zone workshops, which are designed to help participants recognize and interrupt heterosexist and cissexist behaviors, microaggressions, and biases. In addition, the Resource Center has a computer pod with free printing, peer support groups, HIV testing every Tuesday from 10-2, and counseling services.
LoboRESPECT Resource Center
505-277-2911 | email@example.com
As a branch of the Dean of Students Office, The LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center provides a safe and welcoming environment and serves as a confidential/anonymous reporting location for Title IX concerns, and provides a site for students to receive support and advocacy services. Online students can make an appointment via phone or email.. The LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center also operates the Lobo Food Pantry, open to any current student with ID, located on main campus on the first floor of the Student Union Building, room 1093. Hours of operation are Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Women’s Resource Center
505-277-3716 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) has been a place of advocacy, support, and safety for all members of the UNM and the greater community since 1972. The WRC serves as a confidential/anonymous reporting location for Title IX concerns and provides a site for students to receive support and advocacy services. Online students can make an appointment via phone or email.
Veteran & Military Resource Center
505-277-3181 | email@example.com
The Veteran’s Resource Center is dedicated to providing the highest quality and comprehensive support to student veterans in an atmosphere that provides commitment, respect, and academic excellence. The center provides education, administrative services, and job advisement to our student veterans, their families, and active-duty students, as well as outreach to military communities at large. Online students can make an appointment via phone or email.
African American Student Services
505-277-5645 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The vision of African American Student Services "Afro" is to cultivate Black Excellence on the University campus through educational discourse, leadership development, holistic health/wellness practices, and community engagement. They offer academic advisement, tutoring, financial aid help, scholarships and job information, workshops, events, and a place for students to interact with one another.
American Indian Student Services
505-277-6343 | email@example.com
The core focus of American Indian Student Services (AISS) is academic support services, social & cultural engagement, and student advocacy. AISS provides opportunities that enhance the ability of American Indian students to be successful through comprehensive outreach & recruitment initiatives; student leadership development; programming designed to positively influence student persistence and graduation; and strong tribal community partnerships.
Asian American Pacific Islander Resource Center
505-277-5321 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of the Asian American Pacific Islander Resource Center (AAPIRC) is to build a sense of belonging for students of Asian/Pacific Islander/Desi American Heritage during their studies at the University of New Mexico. AAPIRC also seeks to provide culturally relevant programs that cultivate Asian/Pacific Islander leaders within communities.
El Centro de la Raza
505-277-5020 | email@example.com
El Centro de la Raza provides academic, cultural, and educational support to Latina/o/x and all UNM students through programs, advisement, advocacy, financial aid guidance, and cultural support as well as a “home away from home” for students.