News / Announcements
August 6, 2020
We are looking forward to your arrival on campus. Please review the Move-In Guide Map below, to see where your first stop will be at during your date and time for move-in.
August 6, 2020
Move In Fall 2020
We are so glad you will be joining us this fall! Our move-in proess is different this year, so if you are a returning resident, please read this carefully.
Check in is by appointment only. Check your UNM email for confirmation of your selected check-in block. If you did not select a date and time before August 6, then you have been assigned one.
All residents will check in via a drive-up process located in the R parking lot at the corner of Girard and Central. Please review the map below. Residents will enter campus from Central, then proceed east on Redondo Drive to the parking lot entrance. You will stop at several stations, which include:
1 - Lobocard - pick up your UNM ID (LoboCard) if you are a new student.
2 - UNM Housing - pick up your room keys, mailbox key and your Welcome to UNM Housing kit.
3 - Parking (PATS) - Pick up your UNM Parking Permit, if you have purchased one. And get your free ABQ Ride (Albuquerque bus system) sticker for your LoboCard, too!
4 - Unload - After leaving the Parking station, you will be given directions to your residence hall to unload. Please remember you may have only one move-in helper with you at a time in the halls, and both you and your helper must wear a mask at all times.
Lobo Rainforest Residents - you will check in on main campus using the same drive-up process.
Lobocards - Your UNM ID / LoboCard serves as your access control for living in UNM Housing, and for accessing your meal plan. If you are new to UNM, please be sure you have uploaded your photo to LoboCard, so they can have your ID printed and ready for pickup. Returning UNM students who have lost their card, or do not have the new card with the imbedded proximity chip will need to contact LoboCard to arrange a replacement.
If you have questions, please contact us at 505-277-2606 or email@example.com
July 17, 2020
Release of Fall 2020 Detailed Housing Overview and Re-Entry Plan
Today, via UNM email, all students who have been assigned a room with RLSH on main campus or at LoboRainforest have received the mid-July communication that has been referred to many times throughout the summer in our previous emails—and contains some important and new information about a) move-in procedures, b) the option to limit interactions and self-monitor for fourteen (14) days in one of our UNM communities, and c) much more about living on campus.
UNM has continued to engage in careful and comprehensive planning in recent weeks as we prepare to reopen our campus and begin the new academic year. Our planning is guided by two fundamental priorities: promoting the health and safety of our entire campus community and ensuring an excellent academic experience for you.
Please refer to your email with the subject line: "UNM Student Housing: Detailed Fall Overview", and please refer to the following links/documents which were attached and contain all the shared information:
June 8, 2020NEW COVID-19 Safety Measures for Fall 2020 - One Resident per room Trad/Suites; Four Residents per Apartment
Impact on Housing Spaces -- Fall WAITLIST and Exception Requests
The University is developing COVID-19 safety and health guidelines to protect you and other Lobos this fall. To make the recommended social distancing possible in the living environment, we will be assigning only one resident per room in traditional and suite style residence halls, and a maximum of four residents per apartment. Taking these measures to protect student health means that we will have less housing available than usual.
We will first give priority for on-campus housing to first-year students, followed by students who completed the Priority Renewal Registration. Any student who doesn’t meet these criteria will be placed on a waitlist. Once you submit your 2020-2021 housing contract, and it is approved, you will get more information from us via email which will outline more about your status in our assignment process.For additional information regarding the process, waitlist and Exception Requests, see UNM Housing Coronavirus Information page. The deadline for submitting Exception Requests is Sunday June 21, 2020 at 11:59PM.
June 8, 2020
2020-2021 Cancellation Date Extended to June 28 - NEW DEADLINE
UNM Housing has extended the deadline to cancel housing, with $0 cancellation fee, to June 28 by 11:59PM.
To see the updated cancellation deadlines and related charge, find more information here.
May 22, 2020Welcome NSO students and families! Please visit our information for Prospective Students, Parents and about Residence Halls. Interested in a zoom tour? To join one of our scheduled Zoom tours Mondays through Saturdays at 12:00p.m., 4:00p.m., or 7:00p.m. MST or to set up an appointment for an individual tour, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
May 15, 2020
Freshman Residency Requirement Waived for 2020-2021 Freshmen
UNM has waived the Freshman Residency Requirement for first-time, first-year students to live on campus for Academic Year 2020-2021; freshmen will not be required to live on campus for the upcoming year. Freshman are encouraged to make the best housing decisions for their well-being. Housing will be available to Freshman for Fall 2020, and we welcome each freshman to choose UNM Housing for Fall 2020. Find out more here.
April 3, 2020
Priority Housing Registration Extended!
The UNM Housing Priority Registration deadline for Fall 2020 has been extended to June 7. When you register by the Extended Priority deadline, you receive priority consideration for your preferred residence hall, and are able to participate in roommate selection and room selection. You will even receive your housing assignment by June 24! Head to your Residence Dashboard to register now!