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University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

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  • UNM is a hot-bed of liberalism, and conservative minded individuals should avoid the intolerant environment of the liberal staff of so-called educators. 
  • A very nice campus for an easy stroll. Enjoyed stopping to watch the ducks at the pond. Great native plants and rolling hills. 
  • It is a beautiful campus. It offers students an education and provides my events to make them feel at home. Eligibel students should consider UNM for their education. 
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  • Prospective students, beware: The University of New Mexico is one of those places where everything is simply delightful -- until something, of any scale, goes wrong. Trust me, I'm an alumnus. If you have issues with your bursar account, class enrollment, or financial aid, then be prepared to set aside a full working day (9AM-5PM) in order to jump through all the required hoops to get it resolved. There's this poisonous attitude of "that's not my job, let me refer you to someone else" that runs through the staff of every student-facing department. As you can imagine, this results in a good deal of frustration, especially for those with tight schedules who don't have time to play their nonsensical bureaucratic games. On the back-end of everything, the entirety of main campus is built on a foundation of old technology, red tape, and corruption, the likes of which would make even the state DMV blush. The wireless internet has -- and has always had -- widespread authentication issues with a variety of devices, especially Apple ones. This means that you will find yourself with full-strength WiFi signal on campus but no actual internet access a good 40% of the time. Not happy with that? Sorry to hear it -- would you like to put in a ticket? The Board of Regents, who essentially control every major decision that takes place within the university, is made up of wealthy attorneys, businessmen, and cronies of the governor's choosing. Got a complaint about the way something is run? They'll show you where to stuff it, and will even do the courtesy of holding the door for you on the way out. Maybe you'll be lucky. Maybe you'll go four years (provided that you're one of 14.6% of students who graduate on time) without encountering any of this nonsense. But you'd be lucky. Chances are, at some point, something is going to go wrong with your experience as a student. And then, only then, will you understand how easily the phrase "that's not my job" can ruin your week. Never change, UNM.
  • Very very rude...sat in the er waiting room for about 15 hours and they have homeless drunks spitting on th floor and yelling and they don't say nothing one tryed to steal my phone I told nurses and security and they told me just to move....and on top of that the bathrooms were very disgusting...urine on the floor and trash over filled and no soap......just very horrible service...wont recommend anyone to comehere....
  • Problem is that UNM is the teaching Hospital and the only Trauma 1 Hospital in the state. It is wrong to discriminate against anyone because of type of insurance they have and that UNM accepts!!!! In speaking with Risk Management, they let me know that I do not deserve the same medical treatment and care as anyone who pays for this outright OR has insurance by employment BECAUSE I have Medicaid through the Affordable Care Act I am 'Catch All'. Because of this, my life is in danger at UNMH, anyone who has Medicaid for any reason their lives are in danger at UNMH! RUN FROM UNMH, DO NOT WALK, RUN AWAY FROM UNMH!!!!!
  • The school itself is very expensive. It's like you can watch Taylor Swift's concert many times with the money spent and yet we still go there for a piece of test paper (some, papers). I pity the staffs. The staffs are uneducated and rude. Once I asked about the toilet and 3-4 staffs just ignored me and walked away.
  • I went to University in Mexico back in 73 74 75 76 as a very good college expenses engineering and the Sciences Division and their law schools pretty good to about 35,000 students very good neighborhoods around there and I love that school