Veteran and Military Students
Veterans Resource Center
The University of New Mexico is classified as a Military Friendly School and Online Education at UNM presents a valuable opportunity for Veterans and Active Duty Military personnel to pursue and finish their degrees. Veterans need to be aware of guidelines to ensure their educational success and maintain eligibility for benefits.
- Veterans accessing their benefits must have their class schedule approved by a certifying official at the campus Veteran's Resource Center. Any schedule changes during the term should be discussed with your certifying official.
- Online courses are a great tool for balancing course work and personal commitments. However, a 100% online schedule will impact your housing allowance benefit. Please contact the VRC for clarification.
Active Duty Military
Active Duty Military (ADM) personnel work with his/her duty station's Education Officer regarding access to Military Tuition Assistance. Then UNM Online can assist you in meeting your academic goals, including information about admission, registration, and degree plans. The UNM Online Advisor serves as the Military Liaison for the Air Force and assists with all branches of the U.S. Military.
Veteran and Military Student Complaint Process
Military members and their families have special considerations when it comes to higher education. UNM takes those considerations and any arising concerns seriously. In addition to UNM's complaint process, the Department of Defense ensures complaint resolution for various areas of concern, depending on the scholarship or aid program in which you participate. Please see the Military.com website for complete details if you are a military student or family member with a complaint.
UNM Gallup Campus Veterans Resource CenterVA Certifying Official: Nick Brokeshoulder
Location: Gurley Hall 2210A
Statewide Certifying Officials
UNM Los Alamos Campus
VA Certifying Official:
UNM Taos Campus
UNM Valencia CampusVA Certifying Official: