Branching Out

BRANCHING OUT

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The UNM Main Campus is complemented by four unique branches across the state.

Gallup Branch

GALLUP BRANCH

LOCATION: Gallup, NM, approximately 138 miles west of Albuquerque

Bordered by the Navajo Reservation and the Pueblo of Zuni, over 90% of the student body identifies as multi-ethnic or a racial minority.

Los Alamos branch

LOS ALAMOS BRANCH

LOCATION: The Pajarito Plateau, approximately 35 miles northwest of Santa Fe

Partnerships with the Los Alamos National Laboratory offer an invaluable opportunity to the students.



Taos Branch

TAOS BRANCH

LOCATION: Near the Taos Pueblo in the heart of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of northern NM

The campus is fully powered by one of the largest solar arrays in New Mexico.

Valencia Branch

VALENCIA BRANCH

LOCATION: Tomé, NM, approximately 28 miles south of Albuquerque

Located in a historic, rural area, it offers excellent, affordable education to the populations it serves.

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