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College of Arts & Sciences

MSC03 2120
Ortega Hall , 201
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Phone: Main Line: 277-3046
Phone: Advisement: 277-4621
Fax: 277-0351

University of New Mexico, College of Arts and Sciences

Our Mission

      As the central leadership for the largest degree-granting college at UNM, the Dean’s office of the College of Arts & Sciences provides support, structure, consistency and service to enhance scholarship and student success. We serve as the liaison between departments and other units and make creative use of our resources to further the values of the University of New Mexico and to promote excellence in faculty, staff and students.

Arts & Sciences News

Latest News

2015 Bilinski Cohort Announcements

2015 Bilinski Cohort Announcements
May 4, 2015
With its second gift of $400,000 since 2013, the Bilinski Educational Foundation will continue to recognize excellent doctoral students in the humanit ... [Read More]

Htun selected as Andrew Carnegie Fellowship winner

Htun selected as Andrew Carnegie Fellowship winner
April 30, 2015
Dr. Mala Htun, an associate professor of political science, was UNM’s nominee for a 2015 Andrew Carnegie Fellowship. She has been formally selec ... [Read More]

A&S Sweeps Teaching Awards

A&S Sweeps Teaching Awards
April 28, 2015
The Faculty Senate Teaching Enhancement Committee and the Center for Teaching Excellence have selected the 2014-2015 UNM Teacher of the Year Award win ... [Read More]

2014 A&S Teaching Award Winners Announced

2014 A&S Teaching Award Winners Announced
February 26, 2015
The College of Arts & Sciences extends its hearty congratulations to the three winners of the 2014 A&S Teaching Excellence Award, one each for a tenur ... [Read More]

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What We Offer

The College of Arts and Sciences provides a broad-based education in the natural sciences, the social sciences, and humanities that transforms lives and shapes futures. We create and disseminate new knowledge, foster and support scholars and researchers, educate the next generation of professionals and public servants, and develop engaged, cross-culturally literate citizens.

Our departments and programs not only provide the knowledge that is fundamental to the intellectual and educational activities across the entire campus, they also integrate and contextualize that knowledge in ways that connect students to the past and prepare them for the future.