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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 […]

Real life learning at UNM-Taos

In its ten years as a branch campus of the state’s flagship university, UNM-Taos has sought to expand its services and increase the diversity of the student body by identifying those groups that might benefit most from higher education, but due to circumstances beyond their control, need a little extra help to get started, develop […]

Upward Bound at UNM-Taos

For a small, rural, underserved community to have its own community college has many obvious advantages. Non–traditional students who can’t afford to leave home can still improve work skills and expand their horizons while holding down a job or two and tending to multigenerational family responsibilities. Two year colleges have substantial payrolls for full time […]

Hitting our stride

UNM-Taos is a dynamic place. Students and faculty come and go, our economic condition changes at the will of granting institutions and the state legislature, and new classes and programs emerge with each semester. We don’t sit still for long. But one thing that doesn’t change is our mission to provide high quality, affordable education […]

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