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If you are interested in arranging a tour of the School of Engineering, please contact Katherine Love, Special Events Coordinator in Engineering Student Services; (505) 277-9921; katherin@unm.edu.

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Mailing Address

The University of New Mexico

School of Engineering

MSC01 1140
1
University of New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001 

Physical Address and Phone Number

210 University Blvd. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87131

Dean's Office Phone Number: 505-277-5521

Department & Web site

Building

Phone Number

Dean's Office

 

Mailing Address

Centennial Engineering Center, Suite 3071- Building #112 on the UNM map

UNM School of Engineering 
Office of the Dean


Centennial Engineering Center, 
Suite 3071 - MSC01 1140
1 University of New Mexico 
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001

505.277.5521

Chemical and Biological Engineering

Farris Engineering Center, Suite 209 - Building #119 on the UNM map

505.277.5431

Civil Engineering

Centennial Engineering Center, Suite 3020 - Building #112 on the UNM map

505.272.2722

Computer Science

Farris Engineering Center, Suite 107 - Building #119 on the UNM map

505.277.3112

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Electrical and Computer Engineering, Suite 125 - Building #46 on the UNM map

505.277.2436

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering, Suite 202

505.277.1325

Engineering Student Services

Centennial Engineering Center, Suite 2080 - Building #112 on the UNM map

505.277.4354

 

School of Engineering Dean’s Office Parking

The School of Engineering Dean’s Office is housed in the Centennial Engineering Center, on Redondo Drive off of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue. The parking space is available only by permission from the School of Engineering Dean’s Office; please call 505-277-5521.

Parking spaces B-50 and B-161 are in between Centennial Engineering Center and the Ford Utilities Center:
·  Turn into campus from Dr. Martin Luther King Avenue
·  Take a left on Redondo Drive
·  Take first right into the B parking lot. The B-161 parking spot is to the right near the Ford Utilities Center sign. The B-50 parking spot is straight ahead, the second space on the right.

UNM Main Campus

The University of New Mexico is located in Albuquerque, the largest city in New Mexico. Albuquerque is an ethnically diverse city of half a million residents that has been listed among the smartest U.S. cities and best places to relocate in America. The city has a rich culture and a location offering unparalleled opportunities for outdoor adventure. The University is located within one hour of Santa Fe, and within minutes of the Sandia and Manzano mountain ranges, which offer great opportunities for hiking, biking, rock climbing and skiing.

UNM's distinctive campus has a Pueblo Revival architectural theme, echoing the buildings of nearby Pueblo Indian villages. The nationally recognized Campus Arboretum and the popular Duck Pond offer an outstanding botanical experience in the midst of one of New Mexico's great public open spaces. 

UNM Welcome Center

The UNM Welcome Center is on the ground floor in the southwest corner of the Cornell Visitor Parking Structure. Prospective students can pick up general information and will be directed to the appropriate advisement center. Parents who want to know more can visit our Parent Relations web site.

The City of Albuquerque

Albuquerque thrives as New Mexico's largest metropolitan center and the center of the New Mexico Technology Corridor, a band of high-tech private companies and government institutions along the Rio Grande. Nearby are Sandia National Laboratories, Kirtland Air Force Base, Intel, and Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Albuquerque is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the country, where Native American, Hispanic and Latino, Anglo and other cultural influences are reflected in its architecture, artwork, cultural centers and cuisine.

With its 310 days of sunshine, it's perfect for outdoor activities including hiking, biking or skiing the scenic Sandia mountains as well as exploring the many historical sites. Clear blue skies, calm winds and mild temperatures also make Albuquerque the hot air ballooning capital of the world.

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