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Monday: 8am - 5pm
Tuesday: 8am - 5pm
Wednesday: 8am - 5pm
Thursday: 8am - 5pm
Friday: 8am -5pm


1119 Mesa Vista Hall
MSC06 3800
1-University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
Phone: (505) 277-6343
Fax: (505) 277-0033

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Student Organizations

GPSAGraduate and Professional Student Association strives to fund student research or travel through GPSA grants, represent students on issues ranging from research grants to health insurance to academic freedom. GPSA stays involved on campus by sending representatives to numerous university boards, university and faculty senate committees, and the UNM Board of Regents. GPSA actively lobbies at the New Mexico State Legislature for graduate and professional student interests. GPSA also meets individual student needs with access to a computer lab in the SUB Room 1021or by.


PNMGCProject for New Mexico Graduates of Color works to build a more diverse population within the University of New Mexico graduate and professional programs community. By increasing retention among historically underrepresented groups in graduate school through special programming; which includes undergraduate outreach initiatives, dissertation, thesis and comprehensive workshops, monthly social hours, monthly brown bag lunches, end of the year social event and the sponsoring and promotion of cultural events.


NALSA Native American Law Student Association is an active and supportive community of Native and non-Native law students committed to promoting the study of law by Native Americans. NALSA also promotes the study of and development in Indian Law and are committed to the recruitment, retention, and success of Indian students.


SNAGSSociety of Native American Graduate Students is an organization that provides a network of graduate students, faculty, and staff among the American Indian population on campus and surrounding communities. SNAGS will promote professional, scholastic, social, and cultural activities among its members. SNAGS will provide support for all students native or non-native, will maintain the prestige and high standing of UNM as a Flagship Research 1 Institution of higher learning, and will promote and encourage the representation of New Mexico’s cultural and ethnic diversity at UNM.

Contact: Vangee Nez at

SNAHPSSociety of Native American Health Professional Students
It shall be the purpose of SNAHPs to serve as a student liaison in collaboration with UNM HSC Center for Native American Health. Such activities we participate in include mainly outreach to undergraduate and high school students promoting higher education in health care. If you are interested in being a part of SNAHPs please feel free to send us an email.

Co-Chairs (point of contact): Yvette Brown and Meagan McLendon