Policies


Campus Police

Sexual Assault Policy

The University of New Mexico recognizes the harm caused by sexual assault and the need to educate the University community regarding this issue.

Drug and Alcohol Policy

The University of New Mexico Gallup Campus policy on illegal drugs and alcohol clearly states the standard for a Drug-Free, Alcohol-Free campus. It can also can be found in the pages of the Summer/Fall Schedule hand out.
Recognizing the dangers of substance abuse in the work place, UNM Gallup uses alcohol and drug-free awareness programs to inform the community of issues and risks of substance abuse. Numerous counseling and treatment resources are also available, including:

- Agora Crisis Center
This organization offers a free hot-line crisis counseling service available by telephone and on a walk-in basis (call first.)
Phone: (505) 277-3013.

-NCI Detoxification Center Information Line
Gives information on places where they can get treatment.
Phone: (505) 722-2177 (AA Hotline)

- Alcoholics Anonymous
Phone: (505) 722-4818

-Narcotics Anonymous
Phone: (800) 509-9503

Weapons Policy

With very few exceptions, employees, students, and visitors are not permitted to possess weapons on any part of the campus. A weapon includes, but is not limited to: firearms, ammunition and other dangerous weapons, substances, or materials; and bombs, explosives, or incendiary devices.