University of New Mexico-Gallup, also referred to as UNM-Gallup, is a branch campus of the University of New Mexico located in Gallup, New Mexico, United States. It was established in the year 1968. UNM-Gallup is a community college offering enrollment to more than 3,000 students. The campus is situated on 64-acres of land in Gallup.
UNM-Gallup offers associate degrees in over 30 programs and several bachelor and master degree programs. Students can also opt for Vocational and transfer certificates in more than 20 disciplines. Students can choose courses in applied technology, arts and letters, business management & technology, education, health careers, math & sciences, nursing, social sciences, and transitional studies.
Students of University of New Mexico-Gallup publish six issues of the magazine 'Campus Voice 'every year. They also participate in clubs and organizations such as the American Indian Science and Engineering Society, Environmental Club, Rodeo Program, Criminal Justice Club, Cosmetology Club, and Native American Unity.
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