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Fall Preview Day Agenda

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8:00 - 9:00 a.m.

Check-in – Cornell Mall in front of the Center for the Arts Early-Bird Campus Tours – Cornell Mall, north of check-in

9:15 - 10:00 a.m.

Lobo Experience Presentation – Popejoy Hall

Our Lobo Experience presentation is an introduction to UNM and to the recruiters who will be your guides through the application process.

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Academic & Student Services Fair – Student Union Building, SUB Ballrooms A,B,C

Want to learn more about the degree programs offered at UNM? Interested in getting involved on campus? Curious about the support and assistance resources that UNM provides? Learn about academic programs, campus clubs and organizations, and support services during our Information Fair.

10:00 - 10:30 a.m.

Apply to UNM – Student Union Building, SUB Fiesta A & B

Dan Garcia, VP of Enrollment Management, will provide an overview and discussion about how to apply for college in general, and UNMspecifically. Bring your questions and he will be happy to answer them!

Living on Campus at UNM Panel – Student Union Building 3rd Floor, Lobo A & B

UNM Residence Life and Student Housing (RLSH) and partner American Campus Communities (ACC) welcome nearly 3,300 students to ourresidential facilities each year. Live in your own room or with roommates in a traditional hall, suite, or apartment. We are sure you’ll find a housing option that’s right for you! Representatives from on-campus housing will be on hand to present on the benefits of living on campus.

African American Student Services- Student Union Building 3rd Floor, Acoma A & B

The African American Student Services program at UNM provides culturally relevant programs designed to assist primarilyAfrican American students in making a confident transition and successful adjustment to the University of New Mexico.

Health Sciences at UNM Panel – Kiva Classroom

Join representatives of UNM’s prestigious Pharmacy, Nursing, Population Health, EMS, Radiologic Sciences, Med Lab Sciences, PhysicalTherapy, and Pre-Medicine programs. Hear about classes, facilities, admissions criteria, preparing for majors in the health sciences as well as career and internship opportunities.

Social & Behavioral Sciences - Woodward Hall

Social & Behavioral Sciences explore humans, social systems, and diverse identities. They study how diverse peoples, as individuals and incomplex groups, behave and how different aspects of our world affect these behaviors. Majors include Psychology, Sociology, Economics, Political Science, Sign Language Interpreting, Speech and Hearing Sciences.

10:30 - 11:00 a.m.

Getting Involved at UNM – Student Union Building 3rd Floor, Santa Ana A & B

The Student Activities Center provides opportunities for students to get involved with over 400 student clubs or organizations, attendon-campus events, and more. Attend this presentation to learn about ways to create community, get connected to campus resources, dis- cover your practice and passions, build your resume, learn important skills, and become more successful academically.

Anderson School of Management – Student Union Building 3rd Floor, Lobo A & B

The Bachelor’s of Business Administration programs is designed for students from a wide variety of backgrounds including liberal arts,sciences, education, law, and business among other fields. We attempt to attract a wide variety of students. There is no “typical student.” However, Anderson School of Management students share two common denominators–all are energetic and ambitious. Come prepared to experience extensive interaction with other students and with the faculty.

American Indian Student Services Talk –Student Union Building 3rd Floor, Acoma A & B

American Indian Student Services (AISS) provides opportunities that enhance the ability of American Indian students to be successful.Attend this session to learn more about the services AISS provides to support student preparation and persistence at UNM. Highlighted programs will include: American Indian Summer Bridge Program, Freshmen Frenzy Program, Sidekicks Mentorship Program, UNM Chartered American Indian Student Organizations, cultural initiatives, and much more.

College of Population Health - Kiva Classroom

Build skills in health leadeship, research and innovation. At the University of New Mexico College of Population Health, supportive faculty willhelp you launch a fulfilling career that impacts communities nationwide.

STEM Majors – Woodward Hall

Science and Math (STEM) explore how physical and natural systems work and are sustained. They examine how different people perceive,affect, and are affected by physical and natural systems. Majors include Astrophysics, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Environmental Science, Geography, Math, Physics, and Statistics.

10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Campus Tours – North Student Union Building

Our campus tours will allow you to see classrooms, libraries, recreational facilities, and more. During this 30-minute walking tour you’ll alsoget to know many of the social corners of campus, such as our movie theater, restaurants, museums, and of course the UNM Duck Pond.

Residence Life & Student Housing Tours – By the Fountain north of Student Union Building

Want to learn how living on-campus can contribute to your academic success and help you get the most out of your college experience?Join us for a tour!

11:00 - 11:30 a.m.

Apply to UNM – Student Union Building, SUB Fiesta A & B

Dan Garcia, VP of Enrollment Management, will provide an overview and discussion about how to apply for college in general, and UNMspecifically. Bring your questions and he will be happy to answer them!

College of Fine Arts – Student Union Building 3rd Floor, Santa Ana A & B

Innovative yet mindful of tradition, the artists and scholars of the UNM College of Fine Arts practice and critique the arts in a vibrant com-munity by integrating teaching, research, access/exposure to museums, and creative work in order to prepare students for the evolving disciplinary and professional practice of the arts.

El Centro de la Raza – Student Union Building 3rd Floor, Lobo A & B

El Centro de la Raza provides tools for self-determination, personal responsibility and resiliency of Raza students at the University of NewMexico. We support the transformation of students through knowledge and skills while challenging systems to achieve social justice. In engaging the community, El Centro continues the legacy of advocacy, holistic support and partnerships. El Centro de la Raza serves as an agent of change to provide state of the art student services, programs, research and educational opportunities to support social, cultural, economic and political sustainability in New Mexican communities.

College of Education - Student Union Building 3rd Floor, Acoma A & B

The UNM College of Education does much more than educate teachers, counselors, and researchers. We inspire each student to lead, to cel-ebrate diversity, and to make a lasting difference in the world. We deliver high-quality instruction, diverse course offerings, active research progams, and challenging professional development opportunities for undergraduate students. Our stellar and highly diverse faculty lead dynamic classes while conducting innovative research on today’s educational challenges.

College of Nursing – Kiva Classroom

The UNM College of Nursing offers you a range of degrees and specialties, from undergraduate to doctoral level studies. Do you desire toserve patients in your community, or focus your practice in rural or underserved populations? Do you have the patience to pursue research, educate new generations of nurses or excel in an administrative role? No matter what area of concentration you choose, your education at the UNM College of Nursing engages your head, your heart and your hands, providing a path to achievement in every aspect of the profes- sion.

Humanities & Interdisciplinary Programs – Woodward Hall

Humanities and Interdisiplinary programs explore how individuals and diverse societies, past and present, make meaning and assign value.They design ways of understanding diverse human experiences, including conflict and inequality, by examining cultural records and histories. Majors include Anthropology, Communication & Journalism, English, English-Philosophy, History, Interdisciplinary Studies which includes Africana, American, Asian, Chicana/o, International, Latin American, Religious, Women, Asian; Languages, French, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Classical Studies, Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies, East Asian Studies, and Philosophy.

11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

School of Law – Student Union Building 3rd Floor, Santa Ana A & B

Do friends and family say you’d make a great lawyer? Want to influence change in your own state? Come hear about what you can do overthe next four years to get prepared for law school! The UNM School of Law will be giving a presentation about what undergraduates should be working on each year while earning their bachelor’s degree to help with preparation for the LSAT, law school applications and who you should be speaking with to help you achieve your goal of graduating from a top tier law school in your very own state!

School of Engineering-Student Union Building 3rd Floor, Lobo A & B

What makes our School of Engineering so unique? Students at UNM Engineering conduct interdisciplinary, cutting edge research andreceive exceptionally high level of external reseach support. They collaborate and partner with national labs, government agencies, industry, and academic institutions worldwide. You will have an opportunity to meet program staff and advisors, get information about your intended major, and hear about the exciting research happening in the School of Engineering!

School of Architecture & Planning – Student Union Building 3rd Floor, Acoma A & B

At its core, architecture is a mix of art, science, social sciences, anthropology, history, theory, engineering, business, poetry, mathematics, andphilosophy. Learning to design involves complex problem solving, critical thinking, visualization, and communication – much sought-after skills in society. Learn more about how NM’s only School of Architecture & Planning can be a great option for students of all interests.

College of Pharmancy – Kiva Classroom

With world-class clinical and basic science faculty, and a student to faculty ratio of 7:1, our student pharmacists engage fully with a compre-hensive curriculum delivered in state-of-the-art facilities. Each student is a valued member of a close-knit, vibrant and inclusive community.Our student organizations are both plentiful and prolific - consistently winning regional and national awards and elected offices.

 

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Office of Admissions Contacts

Mailing Address:

PO Box 4895
Albuquerque, NM 87196-4895

Phone:

505.277.8900

Physical Location:

Student Support and Service Center
1155 University Blvd, SE
Albuquerque, NM 87131

General information & questions:

unmlobos@unm.edu

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