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Accelerating success at UNM-Taos

The UNM-Taos Accelerate Program, which is funded by a grant from the Department of Energy, is one of the programs I like to check in on every once in a while, because it embodies many of the best practices we try to employ in all our program and course offerings. While Accelerate starts with students […]

UNM-Taos offers an opportunity to engage

At UNM-Taos, our mission goes far beyond the classroom, and one of our most important responsibilities is to model best practices in support of the local economy. We do this in many ways, both directly and indirectly. A majority of our students receive state and federal financial aid, which gets distributed throughout the county, and […]

Getting on board for spring semester at UNM-Taos

UNM-Taos Executive Director Dr. Kate O’Neill likes to say that our branch campus is the little college that could. She is referring to the 100 year old children’s folk classic, The Little Engine that Could, a story about a small railroad engine that pulls a heavy train over the mountains while all the bigger engines […]

UNM-Taos celebrates 10 years as the branch campus in Taos

Friday, October 4 is a special day for UNM-Taos. We have two events going on, both hosted by our neighbor, the Taos Country Club, just across from Klauer campus on County Road 110. In the morning there will be a gathering of more than 80 students from UNM-Taos, Northern, Santa Fe Community College, Luna, Highlands […]

Enrollment increases once again at UNM-Taos

The numbers don’t lie. Once again UNM-Taos has come out on top, even in a time when most prognosticators figured that, with state funding cuts causing tuition increases, federal grants and student loans shrinking and the improving economy producing at least a trickle of jobs, enrollment numbers in colleges and universities throughout the nation were […]

The past is prologue

Another year has come and gone, and once again it’s time to reflect on how far we have come at UNM-Taos, and where we stand today. I grew up at a time when being able to accurately decode Roman numerals was thought to be an essential component of the grade school curriculum. Now it’s only […]

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