Click here for information about absence notifications.
Domestic partners and their dependents shall be granted the same services and benefits as those provided to married spouses and their dependents, except where expressly prohibited by law. All University policies that affect students, spouses, and their families also apply to students, domestic partners, and their families.
Benefits provided for students by the University of New Mexico:
Students and spouses/domestic partners receive a discount, provided they have the student’s current ID card. Please call the golf course at 505-277-4546 for exact rates. Hours courses may be used are: all day Monday through Thursday, and after 1:00 pm on Friday through Sunday.
Students have free access to the: swimming pool, weight room, basketball courts, and equipment check-out. Spouses/domestic partners can purchase a pass for the same benefits.
If a student carries insurance, their spouses/domestic partners can also purchase student insurance, which does not include the Student Health Center. The Center will provide a list of clinics in Albuquerque.
Spouses/domestic partners can join as an immediate family member, but must show proof of relationship and identification.
Check with the Housing Collections Office at 505-277-2606 for Student Housing information.
Click here for more information about the qualifying criteria for domestic partnerships, qualifying as a dependent of domestic partnerships, and termination of domestic partnership.
If you meet the domestic partnership criteria, download and fill out the application by clicking here.
If you have been the subject of or a witness to a bias incident, please complete and submit this report to the Division for Equity & Inclusion. UNM will protect your anonymity and confidentiality to the extent permitted by law. Click here to report an incident.
Mediation is a voluntary and confidential dialogue between disagreeing parties for the purposes of sharing interests and reaching a mutual resolution. Mediators are third-party neutral participants, trained in supporting the disputants as they resolve their conflict. Parties are accountable for creating their own outcomes and agreements, while mediators simply facilitate the process.
Rob Burford, Student Conduct Officer
Holly Meyer, Sr. Academic Advisor
Visit the Information for Students with Temporary Disabilities page if you have a short term disability that does not qualify for permanent assistance from the Accessibility Resource Center. This page includes resources to assist you with getting help until you are better.
*During summer school a student must be either enrolled for summer or be enrolled for at least
six hours for the fall semester.
*During the intersession a student must be enrolled for the following semester.
A student death is a heartfelt event - for family and friends of the deceased and for members of the University community. In dealing with a student's death, the University faces the challenges of coping with the loss, making the best possible sense of the event, contacting and attending to the family, and more.
The Dean of Students Office serves as the primary institutional contact office for the Central Campus in instances of student death. The Dean of Students Office will contact and serve as the University liaison to the family. In addition, the Dean of Students Office will notify the student's faculty members and the appropriate University offices to process and close the student's University records.
Please contact us at 505 - 277-3361 if you know that a student has passed away.
UNM's Student Handbook is also known as Pathfinder. Visit the Pathfinder to learn about campus services and policies.
Tuition refund dates are published in the UNM schedule of classes. Tuition refund requests that occur after the published deadlines are reviewed by the Dean of Students Office and Bursar's Office. Where you submit your tuition refund request depends on the reason you are requesting the refund.
Click here to download the Tuition Refund Appeal form.
The Dean of Students Office will review appeals in the following circumstances:
Military Withdrawals For more information, please visit the Military Withdrawals page.
For all other tuition refund appeals, please contact the Bursar's Office (505-277-5363).