Get your books from the online bookstore. Log-in to see which books you need for class. There is no physical bookstore at the UNM-Taos campus. Our online bookstore is managed by MBS Direct. Your books will be delivered through the mail.
The Center for Academic Success and Achievement (CASA) is dedicated to providing tutoring and supplemental instruction to help you succeed in your academic endeavors at UNM-Taos. They are located at Kauer campus. You can make an appointment for tutoring by calling (575) 737-3695.
The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) is a unique federally-funded educational support and scholarship program that helps students from migrant and seasonal farm working backgrounds reach and succeed in college.
The dual credit program public high school students in school districts, charter schools and state-supported schools in New Mexico, earn both high school and college credit for qualifying dual credit courses.
The Kid’s Campus serves children 6 weeks to 5 years of age. We are licensed by the New Mexico Children Youth and Families Department and participate in the Aim‐High quality rating system. We are pleased to be able to serve you and your child. UNM‐Taos Kid’s Campus opened in spring of 2008 through a grant funded by Daniel’s Foundation.
The UNM-Taos Library is here to help you get the information you need to be successful in your educational pursuits and to supplement and support the learning process for students, staff, faculty, and the community-at-large. This is YOUR library.
The Office of Educational Technology is a part of the Department of Instruction. The OET is primarily responsible for the technical support of all students and faculty using the institutionally supported technology for enhanced, hybrid, and online courses.
The Upward Bound Math and Science (UBMS) program is a US Department of Education TRiO Grant Initiative targeting low-income high school students. UBMS is designed to strengthen the math and science skills of participating students in Taos Municipal Schools. The goal of the program is to encourage students to recognize and develop their potential to pursue post-secondary degrees in STEM (Science Technology Engineering or Mathematics).
Veterans Upward Bound (VUB) at The University of New Mexico—Taos is the only veterans Federal TRiO Program funded by the United States Department of Education in the State of New Mexico. VUB is designed to assist veterans in the development of academic and other requisite skills necessary for acceptance and success in a program of post-secondary education. The project provides assessment and enrichment of basic skills through instruction, advising, and tutoring. The primary goal of the program is to increase the rate at which participants enroll in and complete post-secondary education programs. All VUB services are free to eligible veterans.
The UNM-Taos Student Government performs with integrity, honesty, trust and inclusiveness.Our mission is to encourage and support student participation, to advocate and lobby on behalf of students, to facilitate alternative dispute resolution and to insure individual and collective student rights. We intend to build constructive relationships among faculty, students and our community.