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June 20, 2022

COVID-19 County Check

Find community levels and prevention steps by county. Data updated weekly.


December 2, 2021

Boosting your immunity keeps you, your family, and the entire UNM-Valencia community protected.

Click here to register for the Booster.

Click here to Upload your Boostered status.


September 13, 2021

Walk-in free vaccine clinic , Sept 20 & 21, LRC 101 A/B, 8am-5pm.


August 5, 2021

Masks to be worn indoors by all individuals. Vaccinations required by September 30. See Bring Back the Pack for masking and vaccinations requirements.  For vaccination exemptions see Vaccination Requirement Exemptions.


July 9, 2021

Parking Permits now available for pickup!


April 2, 2021

Campus Protocol for Staff and Faculty 


November 16, 2020

COVID-19 Governor's Orders  


October 13, 2020

COVID-19 Update


September 14, 2020

COVID-19 Updates & Reminders 


August 7, 2020

Bring Back the Pack Updates 


July 1, 2020

Faculty & Staff on Campus Protocol 


June 5, 2020

Daily Symptom Screening

Consistent with the State of New Mexico’s COVID-Safe Practices for all employers, UNM faculty, staff, and students are required to complete a daily symptom screening prior to coming to campus. To comply with this directive, all UNM employees will receive a daily email asking if they plan on coming to campus that day, and if so, if they are experiencing symptoms that can be associated with COVID-19. For more information see On Campus Worksite Protocols


May 29, 2020

Valencia Campus will be open Monday June 1, 2020 under limited operations.

For a list of available services click here


May 15, 2020
Effective immediately

Anyone who is on campus with the potential of coming into contact with another person must carry with them and utilize a mask. Please continue to practice social distancing.

May 11, 2020
  UNM extends limited operations due to COVID-19 to June 1

University of New Mexico President Garnett S. Stokes, in consultation with University leadership, announced on Monday an extension of the institution’s current limited operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic from May 18 to June 1.  UNM continues to evaluate plans for phased in return.

See complete announcement at UNM News

April 20, 2020
  UNM extends limited operations due to the COVID-19.

The new extension continues through Saturday, May 16.

University of New Mexico President Garnett S. Stokes announces an extension of its current limited operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

UNM moved to limited operations on March 17 utilizing a tiered system to classify employees into three tiers. Only Tier 1 personnel should continue reporting to work on campus, while all others will continue working remotely as they have been doing.

"While your health and safety remain our highest priority," said President Stokes, "these ever-changing circumstances naturally create anxiety about what the near- and long-term future hold. Every Lobo matters – and as we work to understand what our needs will be and explore options for recovery, we will do so with transparency, integrity and understanding."

April 17, 2020
  University community asked to self-report symptoms to slow spread of COVID-19

COVID-19 Self-Reporting Requirements

UNM has implemented a policy for self-reporting (política de autoinformeeither symptoms of or a positive test for COVID-19 in order to support efforts to slow the spread of infection. This is both to connect Lobos to resources that can support them, and to help the University assess the community impact of the virus.

This policy is specific to those individuals who are either currently working or residing on UNM main or branch campuses, or who have been physically on those campuses since April 1.

Report Diagnosis or Symptoms

Informar Diagnóstico o Síntomas

If employees or supervisors have questions about this policy, they should contact Human Resources at

Remember that UNM has wellness resources available to support our community during these difficult times.  Faculty and Staff seeking support should call CARS at 272-6868, and Students should contact SHAC at 277-3136.


Coronavirus Health Hotline

    1.855.600.3453    Health related questions.

Coronavirus Information Hotline

    1.833.551.0518    Non-health related questions.


For more information and updates on what The University of New Mexico is doing, please visit:
 UNM's Coronavirus website

 UNM COVID-19 Dashboard