University of New Mexico-Valencia County Campus is a small, public, two-year University that emphasizes research, character and culture located in the rural area of Los Lunas, NM. It is known for Nursing Assistant/Aide and Patient Care Assistant/Aide, General Studies and Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies.
University of New Mexico-Valencia County Campus
phone Phone: (505) 925-8500
web Web: http://valencia.unm.edu/
- University of New Mexico-Valencia County Campus is also known as:University of New Mexico-Valencia County Campus, UNM – Valencia
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|UNM at Valencia||Higher Learning Commission||Accredited||1978-08-01||2009-04-06|
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- Application: https://www.unm.edu/apply/
- Admissions: valencia.unm.edu/admissions/index.html
- Financial Aid: valencia.unm.edu/students/financial-aid/index.html
- ADA Information: as2.unm.edu/index.html
- Veterans: vrc.unm.edu/admissions/index.html
- Athletics: www.ncaa.org/about/resources/research/graduation-rates
- Net Price calculator: https://npc.collegeboard.org/student/app/unm
- National Rankings#6 in Public, 2-year colleges emphasizing Research #7 in 2-year colleges emphasizing Research
- State Rankings#1 in Public, 2-year colleges in New Mexico emphasizing Research #1 in 2-year colleges in New Mexico emphasizing Research #2 in colleges in New Mexico emphasizing Research #2 in Public colleges in New Mexico emphasizing Research #7 in Public, 2-year colleges in New Mexico emphasizing Culture #7 in 2-year colleges in New Mexico emphasizing Culture #10 in Public, 2-year colleges in New Mexico emphasizing Citizenship
The University of New Mexico-Valencia Campus subscribes to the concept of 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 educational needs, immediate and future, of all the people of the community. The college encourages lifelong learning and maintains an admissions policy that provides for all segments of the community, believing that all who can benefit from its services should be free to do so. The purpose of this college will be to provide the following: 1. To provide a general education to all students. 2. To provide a two-year program of education, in the liberal arts and sciences, culminating in awarding of the associate degrees. 3. To provide a wide range of vocational and technical programs for students who will terminate their formal study at the end of two years or less to seek employment. Students completing such programs will be awarded certificates of accomplishment and/or associate degrees. 4. To provide a quality transfer program which will include a wide range of liberal arts and pre-professional subjects that will enable articulation to four-year colleges and universities. 5. To provide community educational services. 6. To provide a program of remedial education for people whose previous educational experiences have been inadequate. 7. To provide academic advisement and career counseling services for students. 8. To provide a program of services designed to improve the cultural, economic and social environment of the community.
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Students with disabilities:
Less than 3% of students registered with learning or other disabilty.
Less than 3% of students registered with learning or other disabilty.
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University of New Mexico-Valencia County Campus is open admissions, meaning that the only requirement for admission is a high school diploma or GED equivalent.
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