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Undergraduate Resources

  • Native American Studies Indigenous Research Group (NASIRG) student organization open to all undergraduate and graduate level students.
  • American Indian Student Services (AISS) is a student support center on campus for students in all academic disciplines and levels.  AISS provides a variety of student programming.  AISS is located in 1119 Mesa Vista Hall, 505.277.6343.
    • Advisement
    • Tribal, Private, and Institutional scholarship information available
    • Tutoring
    • Computer pod, copy, and fax services
    • Cultural programs
    • Study area
    • Mentorship
    • Job postings and volunteer opportunities
    • Social events
  • Indigenous Nations Library Program (INLP) provides information services and academic support for Indigenous communities.
    • Consult with knowledgeable and friendly staff
    • Find resources for your academic assignments
    • Check out their Native newspapers and magazines
    • Apply for a scholarship
    • Find INLP on the 2nd floor of Zimmerman Library, 505.277.7433
  • Center for Academic Program Support (CAPS) provides free tutoring services and workshops to support your academic success.  Visit them on the 3rd Floor of Zimmerman Library or 505.277.7205.
  • Student Financial Aid Office, visit ONESTOP or call 505.277.8900
    • Submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the UNM Priority Filing Date
    • Find Cost of Attendance and other resources on their website
  • Residence Life & Student Housing, call 505.277.2606 or email
  • Office of Career Services is located in University Advisement and Enrichment Center (UAEC) Building 85, Room 220, 505.277.2531 or email at
  • LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center provides a wide range of services, resources, and support.  Located at the University Advisement and Enrichment Center, Room 262, 505.277.2911,
  • Dean of Students provides a variety of services and support.  Located at University Advisement and Enrichment Center, Room 281, 505.277.3361 or email