Taos Campus

The University of New Mexico–Taos

Catherine M. “Kate” O”Neill, Executive Director
115 Civic Plaza Drive
Taos, New Mexico 87571
(575) 737-6204
http://taos.unm.edu/

The University of New Mexico–Taos became a branch campus on July 1, 2003. The Center operates a two-year post secondary academic and career-technical program.

The University of New Mexico–Taos Campus seeks to deliver comprehensive community education. Consistent with this philosophy, it is the goal of the college to provide within available resources, programs and services of superior quality to meet the post-secondary education needs of all citizens of the community.

Academic Transfer Program. The University of New Mexico–Taos is authorized to offer any 100 or 200 level course from The University of New Mexico Catalog (Main Campus) for which an appropriate instructor and facility can be obtained. The University of New Mexico–Taos also offers non-transfer courses that respond to the needs of students and the community.

Associate Degrees. Associate degrees are currently awarded in General Studies, Fine Arts, Early Childhood Multicultural Education, Liberal Arts (multiple Areas of Focus), Pre-Business Administration, Nursing, Education, Digital Media Arts (DMA), and Pre-Sciences (multiple Areas of Focus).

Certificate Programs. Certificate programs are currently offered in Administrative Assistant, Applied Arts and Crafts, Business Computers, Construction Technology, Digital Graphic Design, Holistic Health and Healing Arts, Human Services, Paralegal Studies, Woodworking, Dental Assisting, Integrative Massage Therapy, Information Technology, and Culinary Arts.

Center for Academic Success and Achievement. The Center for Academic Success and Achievement is designed to serve students by helping to strengthen their academic competencies as well as to insure their successful transition into college-level degree programs. This program offers course placement evaluation for students, introductory studies and tutoring to help students enter college at the most appropriate level and succeed once they get there.

Special classes in English as a Second Language (ESL), Adult Basic Education (ABE) and General Equivalency Diploma (GED) preparation are offered through the campus’ Adult Basic Education Center (Adult Literacy Center).

Continuing Education. The University of New Mexico–Taos offers non-credit, short-term courses for educational and personal enrichment, as well as workplace development training for area businesses.

Information. For more information about the University of New Mexico–Taos and its programs, contact the University of New Mexico–Taos at 1157 County Road 110, Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico 87557, (575) 737-6200, or visit the UNM Taos Branch Web site.


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