Residence Life and Student Housing offers three different styles of residence hall living: Traditional, Suite style and Apartment style. The three living styles feature many of the same amenities, but each differs in concept. While all of our halls are co-ed, all rooms, suites and apartments are single-gender.
UNM offers students a variety of types of buildings to live in, and each building has something different to offer. Learn more about each hall and find your style.
Our traditional halls are best known for having a strong sense of community, with unique floor plans and a friendly atmosphere that make it easy for you to make new friends, build study groups or join fun activities. Some of your best memories are waiting for you within our traditional halls.
Of all the unique styles that can be found in our communities, none is more distinctive than Laguna/DeVargas Suites (LDV). Recently remodeled, each suite consists of a mix of single and double rooms with a shared bathroom, accommodating up to six residents, offering slightly more privacy than the traditional halls but the same great community feel. Both Laguna and DeVargas buildings have large common areas with full kitchen and laundry facilities where you can meet friends, cook a meal and wash your clothes all at once. The best part about LDV? Housekeeping staff clean the bathroom for you.
Looking for more privacy than the traditional or suite style halls? Our apartments offer fully furnished, single room occupancy with a full kitchen, dining and living room areas.
On-Campus Private Partner Housing
American Campus Communities (ACC)
As UNM's private partner, ACC owns and manages two additional housing options for UNM students, both of which are included as approved options under the Freshman housing requirement. For more information, including floor plans, rates, applications, and amenities, please contact the communities or visit their web pages by clicking on the links below.
Students who live in these communities will sign an individual lease directly with American Campus Communities.