Archive | April, 2015

UNM-Taos: Moving forward on Civic Plaza Drive

Think of education as being like the water in an acequia. First it sustains individuals, then it nourishes families, and then it supports whole communities as it spreads out across the landscape. When people commit to higher education they not only better themselves, they strengthen the local economy and make it possible for all citizens […]

Graduation: we all share in the success

Overall, UNM-Taos serves more than 700 students in its state-mandated Dual Credit Program, which makes it possible for high school students to take classes that count both for high school and college credit. Underscoring the value of this program, on May 8, two Questa High School students, Ariana Gallegos and Joaquin Romero, are going to […]