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Message from the UNM-Taos Chancellor:

As we continue to monitor the COVID-19 health crisis, UNM-Taos is committed to helping students successfully complete their semester, while maintaining a safe environment for the entire campus community.

As of Thursday, March 19, 2020, and until further notice, UNM-Taos facilities will be closed. Please note, we are not ceasing instruction, operations, or student services. They will continue remotely, online and via phone, email, and Zoom. 

We will continue striving to create a safe and healthy place for our students to learn, innovate, and achieve. UNM-Taos’ virtual classrooms and gathering spaces are platforms where learning continues and students can connect to their instructors, classmates, and curricula — we are committed to developing and refining virtual learning environments and services. 

I want to thank you for your ongoing support of our students, staff, faculty and their families, and all the ways the organizations and businesses have united during this crisis. Let’s continue pulling together to pull through.

 

Patrick L. Valdez, Ph.D.   

REMOTE STUDENT SERVICES

Student Services Department

Phone and e-mail appointments available. Please e-mail your admissions and financial aid officers directly.

Contact:

unmtaosadmissions@unm.edu

finaidtaos@unm.edu

(575)737-6215

Bursar’s Office

Credit card payments can be made online via LoboWeb. Check payments may be mailed to UNM-Taos Cashier’s Office, 1157 County Road 110, Ranchos de Taos, NM 87557. 

Contact: Thomas Duran
tlduran@unm.edu

 

Career Services

All appointments/meetings will be conducted electronically by FaceTime, Skype, Zoom, and other methods as appropriate. Kindly send your resume/cover letter by email to begin working with career services.

Contact: Cynthia Lentini
cplentini@unm.edu

(575)770-6766

 

Center for Academic Success and Achievement (CASA)

All CASA services are now online, including Mathematics Learning Lab (MaLL), Writing Studio, and tutoring. The Accessibility Resource Center has also moved online.

Free Online Tutoring

Net Tutor, an online tutoring service in all subjects, is available to all of our students by visiting our Online Tutoring page at taos.unm.edu/home/casa/online-tutoring/.

Testing

Our Testing Center is temporarily closed. Please contact your instructor to schedule your tests with them. Please contact us with questions or concerns about testing.

Contact:

Amber Gordon
gordona@unm.edu

(575)737-3773

 

Library Services and Resources

Library staff will continue to support your research and homework needs, and access to resources during this time of transition. There is 24/7 online access at taoslibrary.unm.edu.  

Returning library items

We have an outdoor return box located right outside the Library door if you wish to return your library items. All items currently checked out have been renewed until April 6.

Interlibrary Loans

The interlibrary loan service will be available for articles only at this time. E-mail your request, or fill out the form online on the Library website.

Contact:

unmtlib@unm.edu

(575)737-6242

 

Taos Education and Career Center (TECC)

Serving students online, via phone, and email for High School Equivalency, ESL, or Basic Literacy. Currently enrolling new students.

TECC is also offering online classes and tutoring, information about access to food, or questions about health and safety. Technology support and alternatives available.

Contact:

Kylee Shipp
kshipp@unm.edu

(575)737-3730

 

Development Office

Available for phone or email contact only for any fundraising, donations, donor relations, endowment or grant funding issues or questions.

Contact:

Louis Moya
moya@unm.edu

(575)779-7350

 

Veterans Upward Bound

VUB continues to serve veteran students in all six counties with advising by phone, text, email and Skype. Students can continue to access all of their online instructional programs and resources. A VUB adviser is available to troubleshoot the online programs as needed. We encourage current and potential students or other agencies to call or email about remote service options before stopping by the Albuquerque or Taos offices.  

Contact:

Brandy Corry     

brandy@unm.edu    (575)737-3722

unmvub@unm.edu        

(855)357-3725    

taos.unm.edu/veteransupwardbound

 

Academic Advisement and the TRiO-SSS Program

All student appointments will now be conducted via phone, Skype chat or Zoom video.

Schedule your appointment via email and note the following: your preference of appointment via phone, Skype chat or Zoom video; provide 2-3 dates and times you are available; include your Banner ID.

Contact:

taosadvise@unm.edu

taostrio@unm.edu (TRiO SSS students)

 

SBDC at UNM-Taos

The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at UNM-Taos is open and available by phone, email, and videoconferencing. We are working around the clock to help entrepreneurs and businesses address challenges, connect with resources, and implement disaster preparedness response plans. Disaster assistance programs at the federal and state level, available to both businesses and sole proprietors, have come online in the last week and we are assisting clients with those applications.

Contact:

Anwar Kaelin
anwar@unm.edu

SYMPTOMS

FEVER • COUGH • SHORTNESS OF BREATH

 

RESOURCES

COVID-19 HOTLINE:

(855)600-3453

 

HELP WITH CHILD CARE OR LOSS OF INCOME:

(833)551-0518

 

SENIOR OR DISABLED ADULT IN NEED OF GROCERIES:

(800)432-2080

 

AGORA CRISIS CENTER:

(866)HELP-1-NM

 

NEW MEXICO CRISIS AND ACCESS LINE:

(855)NM-CRISIS

 

NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE:

(800)273-TALK

 

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