Volunteers! Thank You For Your Time . . .
Join UNM alumni who give thousands of hours to serve our university students and community by volunteering.
There’s no cost, other than your time. The reward is that you help make our community stronger and you make your UNM degree more meaningful. Volunteer roles can vary from mentoring students to serving on a governing board to helping organize Alumni Association events and even serving hotdogs! There is something for every interest and Alumni volunteers get the satisfaction of giving back to the University while networking with fellow alumni. Volunteering, the gift of your time.
How Can I Get Involved?
Tell people in the community you are a UNM alum. Wherever you are active, let them know you are a UNM grad. Wear that UNM lapel pin, hang your diploma, or show your Lobo colors on those casual Fridays.
Be a part of our community!
Popular Volunteer Options:
- Mentorship: Sign up to be an online mentor for current students and new graduates.
- Chapter Involvement: Get involved with your local Alumni Chapter by recruiting students to UNM and celebrating and cheering with other lobos.
- Young Alumni: Young Alumni participate in university and community service activities throughout the year. If you have graduated in the last 10 years, check out our plans for volunteering.
- Lobo Advocacy: Join the Lobo Advocacy program and help UNM with the Legislature.
- Community Building: Host or attend a Dinner for 12 Lobos and celebrate UNM’s birthday. This program builds and strengthens the UNM community by creating an informal environment for UNM alums to make connections with students and faculty. Contact the Alumni office in December to be a part of these dinners.
- Homecoming: Homecoming brings many opportunities for involvement: contributing to the Silent Auction, planning and participating in a reunion, judging the decorating contest and many more! Contact us in the summer to plan your involvement.
- Awards: Nominate alumni for an , a committee appointment or an appointment to the UNM Alumni Association Board of Directors.
For questions or more information:
Alumni Relations Office