Accessibility Resource Center (ARC)
The mission of the Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) at UNMG is to provide assistance and support to students with verified disabilities to equalize their opportunities to successfully access UNM-G programs and services, including instructional programs, student services and extracurricular activities. UNM-G operates an integrated program and services model to maximize and simplify students' opportunities for success.
The staff of the ARC is committed to the purpose of serving students with disabilities at the University. Student success is our goal and that Student Service is clear in the manner by which we deliver services. As the University continues to move forward with the use of technology to enhance the teaching/learning process, ARC has followed this path and utilizes assistive technology to improve access and opportunities for student success.
For more information contact the Accessibility Resource Center (505) 863-7527
- Academic Calendar
- Accessibility Policies
- Administration Office-Dean of Instruction
- Academic Advisement
- Academic Catalog
- Class Schedule
- Financial Aid
- Parking and Campus Police
- UNM-G LoboRESPECT
- Veterans Resource Center
Links to UNM ARC
We follow the rules of UNM Main Campus
ARC Student Test-taking: Please make arrangements with the ARC staff at GH 2205, to either pick up the student test from your office, or have it delivered to the ARC office: 2nd floor Gurley Hall, Room 2205. (505) 863-7757 or 7527. ARC will ascertain your time limit and due date, and return the completed test to your office.
To request a Reader or Note-taker:
Please have the student drop off their schedule at the ARC office, and a Reader and/or Note-taker will be assigned as their schedule allows. It is also beneficial if a fellow student with good note-taking skills could be asked to share a copy of their notes, as we may have more requests than staff.
For your low-vision students: Our ARC Study room has new equipment for not only enlarging text, but also for audibly reading the text for the students who benefit from auditory learning. Some of that equipment is portable, and can be signed out by an ARC student enrolled in our program.