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On Campus Resources

College Enrichment Program

The College Enrichment Program (CEP) is a program that provides guidance and counseling support to students in all areas relevant to their persistence and eventual success on campus.


El Centro de la Raza

El Centro de la Raza provides tools for self-determination, personal responsibility and resiliency of Raza students at the University of New Mexico.


UndocuTask Force

The Provost’s UndocuTask Force is a collaborative effort to strengthen resources and support services for undocumented students at UNM and establish a formal network that includes internal units and community partners.


UNM Division of Equity and Inclusion

The Division for Equity and Inclusion promotes equity for all members of the University community by leading efforts and building sustainable partnerships to transform the campus environment, in addition to fostering inclusive excellence, promoting equity, and advocating social justice; and, in this way, nurture a climate that imbues diversity as an asset.


UNM Dream Team

Contact Info: unmdream@unm.edu

  • UNM Dream Team is a student club that advocates for immigration reform and to increase access and success for immigrant students and families at the university.
  • UNM Dream Team is an affiliate of the New Mexico Dream Team and United We Dream.
  • 450-3430

UNM Health Sciences Center Office for Diversity

The UNM Health Sciences Center Office for Diversity promotes inclusivity and diversity throughout the UNM Health Sciences. In addition, we seek to engage communities across New Mexico to advance health equity through programs and sustainable, collaborative partnerships.  


UNM Sanctuary Campus

UNM Faculty & Instructors stand in solidarity with undocumented students & community members by pushing to make UNM a Sanctuary Campus.


UNM School of Law  Immigration Law Student Association (ILSA)

A group of law students that advocate for immigrant rights and comprehensive, sensible, and humane immigration policies for New Mexico residents. ILSA hopes to connect students to meaningful experiences within the immigration law section