Tag Archives | degree completion

Commit to complete at UNM-Taos

The mission of UNM-Taos as expressed in the recently completed five year plan is “to provide quality educational opportunities that transform the lives of our students, enrich the lives of our culturally diverse citizenry, and strengthen the regional economy”. An important but often overlooked component of this mission is our commitment to helping students transfer […]

UNM-Taos: A broader perspective

Daniela and Joshua Sisneros are an interesting couple. I met Daniela some years back when she was an administrative assistant while pursuing her associate’s degree at UNM-Taos, and I hadn’t met Joshua until a couple of weeks ago when they spent a few busy days in Taos checking in with friends and family. They had […]

Back to school: what a great time to do great things!

These days there is a discussion going on as to just how valuable a diploma, degree or certificate is in the real world. Once you graduate, will there be a job waiting for you? Can you afford the cost of higher education? Do you really have time to devote to furthering your education after the […]

UNM-Taos and the commitment to complete

Last week two UNM-Taos National Honor Society students, Tammy Kuykendall and Nathan Resa, stopped by to talk about a new project called C-4 that they would be rolling out during Transfer Day. That’s the day students that have just about finished a certificate or degree at UNM-Taos meet with representatives of colleges and universities to […]