Housing

HOUSING

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LIVE THE LOBO LIFE

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One of the best choices you can make as you start your college career is to live close to campus. Right on campus, even better. Because you should be spending your time being here, not getting here.

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STATISTICALLY SPEAKING, STUDENTS WHO LIVE ON CAMPUS ACHIEVE HIGHER GPAs THAN THOSE WHO DON’T.


LIVING-LEARNING PROGRAM COMMUNITIES

What are you interested in? What would you like to explore? Start strong by living in a campus community full of Lobos with similar interests.

BA/MD
Business
Education
Engineering
Fine Arts
Gender Neutral & Allies
Global Focus
Graduate Living
Outdoor Living &
Environmental Learners
Pre-Health Professionals
Science
Service Learning
Social Sciences
Second Year Experience
Scholars’ Community


CHOOSE YOUR LIFESTYLE

From classic coed dorm life to amenity-filled private housing. There are lots of housing options available. Which style fits your life?

Check out Lobo Rainforest Housing

Traditional Halls
Alvarado
Coronado
Hokona
Santa Clara
Apartments
Redondo Village
Student Residence Center
Lobo Village*
Lobo Rainforest
Suites
Laguna DeVargas
Casas del Rio*


*Housing options provided by American Campus Communities, a UNM partner.

RESIDENCE LIFE

HOW DO YOU CONNECT TO ALL OF IT?
LIVE ON CAMPUS



Ari RedondoRA PROFILE
ARI REDONDO
Senior, Exercise Science
Camarillo, California
Alvarada Resident


“Living and working on campus is by far one of the best choices I have made during my college career. As an out of state student, I have certainly found my home away from home!”
Josh WhitmanSTUDENT PRESIDENT PROFILE
JOSH WHITMAN
Senior, Art Studio
Gallup, New Mexico
SRC Apartments Resident


“Living on campus as a non-traditional freshman had its challenges. During the first semester I lived in Laguna-DeVargas. I did not know anyone and I became an introvert who focused primarily on my studies. The next summer I became a Residence Life Ambassador. By being involved, I came out of my shell and became more outgoing. I got more involved with on-campus living, met more people, and made connections with other students who I am still friends with today. Living on campus has changed my life.”

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