University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

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  • UNM sits right in the center of the city and features a major theatre as well as an art, geology, and anthropology museums and fantastic architecture. It's worth a walk around and a visit to the duck ...  more »
  • It is a university offering scholarships xra extrtangeros. many students from other countries and that makes hosts very international.
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  • We love Popejoy Hall and its events on the UNM campus. We have seen the New Mexico Philharmonic as well as broadway shows. The acoustics and appearance of the hall are amazing.  more »
  • Hate going to class everyday? Love cheap tuition with basic education? Say no more because this schools' just for you! At this university, you can BS every class assignment and still graduate on time! And why try to be an a**hole when graduates students here are top of the line arrogant and snooty! This deal also comes with students who also cheat their way to the finish line! Enroll today and receive the administration department package, it's ran by the students and even though they're not well trained, we still give them the attention they need because it's the only way your gonna get that mandatory hold off your student account. If you hate that, then you'll like attending required workshops that waste hours of your time, don't wanna go? here's another hold in case you do. Wait, enroll in the 10 seconds and get the awful student bonus! Like a jar of acid dissolving a box, the students here have rude attitudes and acrid personalities that will do the same! You'll notice it so much that even your politeness just melts away! Average and sour students, bureaucratic administration, it's all here for you today!
  • UNM is a school unlike any other. It's a microcosm, a unique intersection of New Mexico and the world at large converging in Albuquerque. The campus is awe-inspiring - with its amazing architecture and the splendor of color in the fall. The instructors are world-class - all experts in their fields and willing to do anything to ensure your success. Most of all, the atmosphere is welcoming, weird and eclectic - there is never a dull moment. So dare to learn, dare to become part of a movement beating in the heart of New Mexico. Dare to be a Lobo!
  • University does discrmination among the students in respect of grading. UNM does not treat students equally. There is discrimination made among the students. Title IX coordinators are part of university administration. So, if any unlawful acts happen and even if you complain to title IX coordinators; nothing will work. Title IX coordinators is a fake game of many universities in USA. You may choose to join UNM; but if you suffer in any unlawful acts; no one will care until you go to police, courts and department of justice. This is the TRUTH. UNM advertises many things with "good title IX system or LOBO-Respect". The truth is, title IX is just a doll of administration. Believe it or not. If you plan to join; you may need to prepare some precautions before you join.. best of luck. Discrimination case: Hello Prof ******, Does the TA work as volunteer/ without payment? I would like to know. I was at ** in last weekend. I talked with my friend. Her name is "*****". She is *** student and joined *** in spring 2015. All of her **** Univ courses got transferred by June, 2015. She completed all of her transfer process by her first year. My Case: I joined UNM *** program in fall 2015. I worked to transfer my courses in January, 2016. I got my transfer result in February, 2016.In my case, *** told, they can transfer 2 courses. In January 2017, I again e-mailed to my dept regarding my ***** Univ course transfer. program coordinator told me, they already made decision and its final. After that, I met with *** chair, Prof *****, regarding my course transfer and I e-mailed him as well. I asked him the reason, "why ,my courses are not transferred?" He replied me, "everyone may not be treated in same way." you can check my and ***`s ****** univ transcripts. Why should i be discriminated?? She made the transfer within her first year. And, why i am not treated in same way?? WHY??? WHY AM I TREATED IN DIFFERENT WAY??? This is my question. I had course with Prof ***** in Spring 2017. It was a lab course. I was given "B" and my **** partner was given "A-". I e-mailed Prof *****, "why am i given "B"?? I wrote 3 reports out of 4 and it requires lots of effort to write the reports." He immediately changed my grade to "B+". Should I need to bargain for my grades??? It was not the first time that happened to me. I also had "same" experience in my first semester. My final exam, midterm, assignments were better and i was given "A-". I claimed to check my answer sheets and I found, I was not given marks to some answers (both in midterm and final). My grade raised. But, prof. raised other student`s grades without any reason. Thank you From: Sent: Monday, August 7, 2017 8:50 AM To: Sudhakar Prasad Subject: Re: Fw: TA? - Thank you for your reply. So, the TA's may work as volunteer / without payment?? Thank you From: Sudhakar Prasad Sent: Monday, August 7, 2017 8:39:54 AM To: Subject: Re: Fw: TA? - But your funding has nothing to do with whether he can have you as a TA or not. We do not have the funds to support you on a TA contract. I'm sorry. Prof. Prasad On 8/7/2017 7:11 AM, wrote: Hello Prof Sudhakar Prasad, Hope, you are doing good. I talked with Prof. ***** regarding TA for his class. I got an e-mail from him. Will it be possible to do that? Thank you ***************************** The student was given a copy for "MSc degree" where they removed one course which had discrimination issue as well. They played with the students and include that in main transcript. He was also harassed for "illegal" viva without administrative notification . Lots of thing happened to harass a student and spoil his whole life and career. A full of discrimination. It`s your choice.
  • UNM is an interesting school. The tuition is low compared to many other accredited universities however the cost is realized elsewhere. Quality teachers are best found through student referrals since there are many subpar teachers specifically in core coursework. Several teachers are more interested in teaching their own political and moral opinions rather than subject matter. If you're skiddish about liberal propaganda choose your teachers wisely. With all that said, UNM for me is still a decent education since I spend a great deal of time thinking and know how to filter what I "learn." I am in Anderson School of Management and there the content is appropriately focused of business.
  • Scumbag soccer players for girls. Don't even think about this school. They endorse fight club in soccer because they have absolutely no skilled training.. University of New Mexico is soooooo GHETTO.. Elizabeth Lambert you are a low class loser with absolutely no skill and a scumbag school to boot.. Karma is a bugger..
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