On-Campus Victim Services

On-Campus Victim Services

Department Name

Related Services 


Location on Campus


UNM Police Department (UNMPD)

Investigation of VAWA-related crimes

"To provide the University of New Mexico (UNM) with exceptional police services for the preservation of human rights and the protection of people and property.These services will be provided with an emphasis on proactive measures, minimizing the need for reactive responses."

2500 Campus Blvd. NE

(505) 277-2241

[Call 911 for emergencies]


Office of Compliance, Ethics, & Equal Opportunity (CEEO)Title IX reporting & investigating, Title IX accommodations & Title IX training"The UNM Office of Equal Opportunity investigates claims of discrimination based on a protected status, sexual harassment, and sexual misconduct. We also provide oversight of the University’s compliance with Title VII, Title IX, the Clery Act, ADA accommodations, and affirmative action. We can provide training and education on all of these issues. We serve the entire UNM community and work with offices across campus to ensure the University’s commitment to promoting equal access and treatment for all."609 Buena Vista Drive NE

(505) 277-5251

Title IX Coordinator: Angela Catena, acatena@unm.edu

Dean of Students (DOS)Short term disability accommodations, supportive and safety measures, & respondent support

"The Dean of Students Office is committed to creating opportunities for student success. We believe in a challenging and supportive institutional approach to the development of the whole student. "

University Advisement and Enrichment Center (Bldg. 85), Room 281

(505) 277-3361


LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center (LRAC)*

Confidential victim advocacy, accommodations, Lobo Food Pantry & IPV prevention education (The Grey Area) "The LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center will provide a safe and welcoming environment for students to receive support and advocacy services in the aftermath of any form of crisis including, but not limited to, sexual assault/misconduct, hazing and hate/bias related incidents."University Advisement and Enrichment Center  (Bldg. 85),
Room 262

(505) 277-2911


Women's Resource Center (WRC)*

Confidential victim advocacy, social work    services, free counseling, IPV bystander intervention education & programming

"The Women’s Resource Center is a place of advocacy, support, and safety for all members of the University of New Mexico and greater community. Through a feminist model of empowerment we offer educational, social, and cultural programming aimed at encouraging women’s self-determination and community engagement."Mesa Vista Hall (Bldg. 56), Suite 1160

(505) 277-3716


LGBTQ Resource Center (LGTBQ RC)*Confidential victim advocacy, free counseling, rapid HIV testing, hate/bias intake center"Through safety, education, advocacy, and support, the LGBTQ Resource Center serves as a physical environment from which LGBTQ* visibility on the UNM campus can grow."1919 Las Lomas NE

505-277-LGBT (5428)

Student Health & Counseling (SHAC)*General health & wellness, counseling, psychiatry, emergency contraceptives"The mission of UNM Student Health and Counseling (SHAC) is to enhance the well being of students through access to the highest quality health care, education and advocacy."Student Health and Counseling
(Bldg. 73)

(505) 277-3136


Manzanita Counseling Center

Free counseling


"Manzanita Counseling Center is a community outreach program provided by the University of New Mexico Counselor Education Program. The Manzanita Counseling Center has been in existence for over 25 years and is the only free counseling clinic in Albuquerque."Manzanita Hall (Bldg. 70)(505) 277-7311