Once you graduate from the University, you automatically become a member of the Alumni Association. We are a non-dues paying Association so your attendance and completion of studies at UNM grants you access to all the benefits.
If your vehicle is registered in New Mexico, you may apply for a UNM license plate. The annual fee is $37 initially and upon each regular registration renewal. Only one plate per qualified person/owner will be issued. Visit the New Mexico Motor Vehicle Department and download Form MVD11322. Take the completed form with you to the New Mexico Motor Vehicle Department when you register your vehicle.
Alumni may acquire a UNM University Libraries Community Borrower Card for $25 a year, $10 off the regular fee. In order to do so, you must call the Alumni Relations Office at 505-277-5808 to be certified as a UNM alum. We will then fax a letter of authorization to the Circulation Desk at Zimmerman library. You will need to show a photo ID and pay your fee at Zimmerman Library. The library card is valid at the Centennial Science and Engineering Library, The Fine Arts Library, The Parish Memorial Library, and Zimmerman Library.
Login to our online community to update your email preferences. Some UNM departments or offices may maintain their own e-mail lists and so you may still receive e-mail from those areas and you would need to contact that department or office directly if you wish to Opt Out.
You may also contact the Alumni Relations Office with your information by email at email@example.com or by phone at 505-277-5808. Be sure to include which mailing lists you would like to be update your preferences for.
The Hodgin Hall Brick Brigade provides an opportunity to commemorate your own or a loved one's days at UNM with a personalized brick laid in a handsome walkway leading to Hodgin's main entrance. Funds raised will assure Hodgin Hall's maintenance and renovation while supporting the efforts of the UNM Alumni Association. Order your brick online or call us at (505) 277-5808.
To obtain your transcripts (both official and unofficial), you must contact the office of the registrar. You can request transcripts in person, online or by phone. For complete guidelines on requesting transcripts, visit http://registrar.unm.edu/Transcripts/transcript-request-information.html.
There are myriad ways to get involved! First, let us know you're interested! Contact us at 505-277-5808, firstname.lastname@example.org, or through our online form. If you live in town, the opportunities are probably greatest because you might like to serve on project committees, helping with homecoming, legislative or student recruitment events. If you live out of town, you should get in touch with one of our many chapters. They will be happy to welcome you and put you to work, on social events or at local college fairs. Regardless of where you live, you may become an . New graduates and students about to enter a career are eager to learn about your experiences in your work field.
The UNM Alumni Relations Office maintains a database of more than 100,000 different alumni around the world. Login to the UNM Alumni Association Online Community to search the Online Directory. You must become a member to search for classmates. Chances are likely that you will be able to locate a friend from the past.
Last updated: February 7, 2017
For questions or more information:
Alumni Relations Office