On Jan. 19 and Jan. 26, The University of New Mexico is holding two welcome back days to create opportunities for students to connect with the campus community. The events will be held from 12 p.m.-1:30 p.m. in the Sub Atrium and second floor.
Welcome Back Days are an opportunity for students to learn about various Greek life and student organization opportunities. Getting involved on campus can improve leadership skills, help build resumes, and foster a great college experience.
The first welcome back day is on Jan.19 and focuses on Greek life at UNM. Students who would like more information about UNM fraternities and sororities can learn about their services and programs.
The second welcome back day is on Jan. 26 and focuses on student organizations at UNM. UNM has more than 325 student organizations, many of which will be in attendance to answer any questions students may have.
Lobos are encouraged to see the opportunities UNM has to offer. Those with questions can call Rudy Montoya at (505)-277-407.