UNM is the premier research university in New Mexico, and is a Carnegie Highest Research Activity Institution and a federally designated Hispanic Serving Institution. You’ll find a welcoming campus climate and exciting research and scholarship opportunities. Learn more about us and some of our key resources for everyone below.
Who are we?
New Mexico is a majority minority state and UNM’s student population is among the most diverse in the country. About 43 percent of our students are Hispanic, more than five percent are American Indian, about four percent are Asian and about two percent are African American. We offer 94 baccalaureate, 71 masters and 37 doctoral degrees. You can find a list of our schools and colleges here. Read more about our campus demographics here.
At UNM, we celebrate our diverse campus
At UNM, we respect and value the diversity of our students, faculty and staff. We have a range of support services, many of which closely collaborate. Learn more about resources for faculty and see the resources available for students.
We support faculty and their families, no matter what shape your family takes
At UNM, family support is tightly connected to success in the workplace. The Advance at UNM program is working with campus leaders to be sure UNM has some of the most family friendly policies in higher education. This includes recognition and support of domestic partners and same-sex marriages, and the availability of universal bathrooms.