Coronado is one of our larger residence halls, housing 432 at full capacity but is known as one of our more socially-rich communities. Its dynamic Community Association organizes great activities throughout the year and its location across the street from Johnson Field ensures year round happenings.
- Double, single and deluxe single rooms*
- A sink in every room
- Co-ed living on same floors
- Two kitchenettes
- Community bathrooms
- Lounge with television
Living Learning Programs
Essence Hall: A welcoming and inclusive living space where Black students can share the experience of navigating Academia while establishing community. Choose Essence Hall and celebrate Black heritage and culture.
Outdoor Living and Environmental Learners: Connects residents with common interests in environmental topics, sustainability issues and initiatives, outdoor recreational activities, and more. Provides resources through the Johnson Center and Recreational Services. Promotes involvement in the EcoReps organization and connects students to the UNM Office of Sustainability and Sustainability Studies Program.
Service Learning: A community dedicated to students who are interested in learning through service; there is a focus on service work throughout the academic year.
Gender Neutral and Allies Community: A community for individuals seeking gender neutral accommodations and for residents who seek to be supportive allies to Lesbian, Gay, Trans-gender, Questioning, and Bisexual individuals. Promotes a safe environment for residents of all sexual orientations & gender identifications; connects residents to resources available through the Queer Straight Alliance and LGBTQ Resource Center.
Community Association meetings on Tuesday nights at 8:30pm in the Coronado Lounge
Recreation AreaCoronado Lounge
Located on the main floor, this space offers seating for large and small groups. There is a flat screen television with cable for watching your favorite TV shows with friends.