Recent Alumnus 2013-09-16T18:45:08Z
There is a lot of middle class people students that come right out of high school who are looking to further their education. Many come back from work after so many years of being out of school. Those who have to hold a degree behind them are the ones coming back. Many of them hold so many responsibility such as myself but still manage to make college fit to better my life not only for myself but for my little family.
Recent Alumnus 2013-09-16T18:41:42Z
My major is in the business field. Accounting is what I always wanted to go to college for. I expected what I am getting so far. I only had one problem about 2 years ago when they only had one accounting instructor whom seem to be a pain and very rough gave me that second thought on wheither I should continue with my field. Once he left I felt a little better because they found one who was little bit more understanding and helpful. Since I stuck with my field I received my associates like I always dreamed of. Thanks. All the obstacles I had encountered really help me keep going.
Recent Alumnus 2013-09-16T18:37:26Z
Taking an online class sounds scary and not worth taking but it is. This gives you time to work at your own pace and do well with your work. I took 2 online classes. One was tough because I didn't quite understand how the process worked but once I got the hang of it things were a lot better. Online is great also because you are able to submit at your own time especially if your having a hard time getting to campus during the winter. Even though it is at your own time you might get a little more work to do than you would in class.
Recent Alumnus 2013-09-16T18:34:06Z
The resources on campus are great. They have a building for physical education alone, the student center provides plenty of help and other activities like the student senate. The library is a nice quiet friendly place to do some research and finish some homework within your own little cubical. The campus provides plenty of activities for students to join or interact with one another. There are no dorms here on campus so people do come on a daily basis. The travel may be a hassel at times but it is worth coming here. It's better to "stay close and go far".
College Junior 2013-06-23T03:54:59Z
The online course was an excellent course, I just did not finish it due to personal reasons.
College Junior 2013-06-23T03:50:52Z
My major in Business Administration with a concentration in Financial Management is what I had expected it to be. The schools internet classes-via satellite, is a great option for me, especially now I that my vehicle is not running. Which is an added bonus because the transit system I take drops me off at the school.
College Junior 2013-06-23T03:42:30Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The tuition is great, I have a family to provide for and even though I am from another state, I am glad to get the in-state tuition. The financial aid process takes awhile when you first start out, but when you get the hang of things you don't have to wait in long lines. The cost of my education is worth the financial cost of attending UNM. Over all I am satisfied with where I am at. The distance to the University is a bit far, but I know that it is well worth the effort to get there and make something better of myself.
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-10T14:26:41Z
The academics offered @ UNM - Gallup is great. The professors are more than happy to assist you and watch you succeed. There are a few that have a really tight cirriculum which can be hard on people who don't have a very tight responsibility like a procrastinator. Class registration is a working process in the beginning but once you get the hang of things and do it on your own without the long waiting lines works well with you. The workload is awesome. Not much is really needed except for particiation. Once you start moving up then the workload increases but nothing major. There are a few study areas available that are very helpful if you do take the time to look into it.
College Freshman 2013-06-05T21:44:16Z
everything is not bad at all here. its nice and peaceful not a rowdy place but a place where you could get all your work finished and there are very friendly staff to help you with what you need to be helped with. theres no that much sports here but very nice programs like the nursing program...etc
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-29T15:27:15Z
I have had a great time here so far. I had a few ups and downs with some instructors which kind of brought me down, but I got that taken care of. Other than that my experience here has been excellent. Love being closer to home.
Recent Alumnus 2013-04-29T15:23:59Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
My education is worth the tuition paid when the instructors are doing their part of the contract. To teach in a proper way that every student gains from I haven't had any problems with financial aid. They work well with students if you know what you are doing and asking for when you get there. Always know the deadlines and the best times to get things over with are before the deadlines even approach. A better chance for you to get all you need.
College Sophomore 2013-04-29T04:21:07Z
The student body is mostly people who have grown up here and aren't planning to really leave here. They want a college degree, without the hassle of the big city and big school. Most of the students have at least a part time job, and many also have families. They aren't always focused on a specific career, just some sort of degree.
College Sophomore 2013-04-29T04:17:33Z
I chose to go to this school because it is small, and it works with the rest of my life very well. I transferred from another school with very little hassle, and haven't had any other problems. I was able to get all of my classes that I wanted, when I wanted them.
College Sophomore 2013-04-29T03:51:57Z
Teachers don't seem to care as much about the students, and the students don't really care about the teachers. It is a branch of the actual university, so it doesn't have any of the extra curricular activities. When signing up for classes, get in to see the counselors as soon as you can, because things get a little wild after 9 am.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-25T18:45:32Z
I'm in general studies major, so it's very confusing and the advisers don't explain information to you when you register for classes. So I had to change advisers and now looking forward to transferring.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-25T18:41:13Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The financial aid office people are rude and they don't like to help students. I had to learn everything on my own.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-15T19:20:50Z
Most classes are available to getting your associates or bachelors instead of going to the main campus. They have a van that traveles back and forth from different communities to the campus when you are in need of a ride which is not expensive and saves you gas and mileage to your vehicle. Other people carpool which is very nice for other in need.
Recent Alumnus 2013-01-15T19:17:47Z
There are three major computer labs available yet at times there are still not enough computers available for everyones use; when people have to do a paper, research and mainly during finals time. Printing is good on campus unless they are upgrading to a new server or the weather is bad. Which also interfers with network reliablility. Other than that everything is going great. In the beginning when I first started in 2008 the speed of the internet services on campus was a bust, very slow. I ended up purchasing my own personal laptop with a printer and internet service at home to do all my online assignments. That made time traveling back and forth from Gallup to Zuni, NM alot easier. I believe that the campus is getting up to speed with pretty much everything.
College Sophomore 2013-01-10T03:06:34Z
The instructors are excellent. Some even travel from Albuquerque to teach here; that's shows great dedication from the professors. They are very intelligent and I learned much from them.
College Sophomore 2013-01-10T02:56:58Z
To be honest I was disappointed to know that I'll be going to a Branch college rather than larger colleges where my friends were going, but this campus turned out to be great. Classes are the same in this campus and the main except it is cheaper and less packed. The students and staff are very friendly. The gymnasium may not be large but it's well maintained. Life here is less hectic than larger campuses. The only weakness is limited classes.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-18T20:10:00Z
The new building that was built I think should have been for the students. Instead they put the admissions, financial aid, cashiers, advisors, staff offices, and very few class rooms in the new building.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-18T20:05:17Z
Some computers are slow and the printers are low on ink from time to time. The library printer has been out for 2months and that is main place where students go to do thier homework and research.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-18T20:03:06Z
It's a community college and people can go far in thier education without having to move away from home for a long period of time.
College Senior 2012-12-14T00:06:35Z
The campus has a lot of good facilities for being a community college. They are kept up to date. The atmosphere at the campus is pretty comfortable.
College Senior 2012-12-14T00:00:11Z
I was a little worried about taking online courses but after a couple of weeks i became comfortable with it. The only issue that I experienced was making time to log on to the class. The students are encourage to communicate with each other in discussion questions and submit work at least once a week.
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