Click HERE for 2011 SFRB Minutes

Click HERE for final breakdown of FY12 funds

SFRB hearings (SUB Cherry/Silver room):
Saturday January 22nd (8am-5pm)
Sunday January 23rd (8am-5pm) (canceled until further notice)
SFRB deliberations (College of Education Building, TEC 130- new building, use the south entrance on the weekend):
Friday February 4th (5pm- 9pm) (canceled until further notice)
Saturday February 5th (8am-5pm) (canceled until further notice)
Sunday February 6th (8am-5pm) (canceled until further notice)
Tuesday February 8th (4:30-9:30) North Campus, Domenici Bldg, Room 3010 (canceled until further notice)

Feb 19- 20 Graduate Informational Hearings, TEC 120 - (new building, use the south entrance on the weekend)

                       <grad schedule here>

Feb 19-20 Undergraduate Informational Hearings, TEC 130

                       <undergrad schedule here>


Click HERE for UNM Policy 1310 Proposed Amendments

Click HERE for ASUNM SFRB Graduate student resolution

Click HERE for SFRB task force recommendations

Click HERE for SFRB task force new ideas


Click HERE for final breakdown of FY11 funds

Click HERE for final FY11 recommendations to all applicants

Click HERE for minutes from SFRB deliberations on 2/5/10

Click HERE for minutes from SFRB deliberations on 2/6/10

Click HERE for minutes from SFRB deliberations on 2/19/10

Click HERE for minutes from SFRB deliberations on 2/23/10

2010 SFRB Hearings Schedule

Emergency SFRB Meeting April 1, 2010 7:30am-8:30am

ASUNM Conference Room

2010 SFRB Town Halls:

Tues. 1/26, Centennial Engineering Auditorium, 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Wed. 1/27, Law School Room 2401, 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.

Thur. 1/28, Zimmerman Library Willard Room, 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

2010 SFRB Deliberations (open to the public)

Fri. 2/5, George Pearl Hall Room P104, 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Sat. 2/6, George Pearl Hall Room P104, 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Fri. 2/19, Lobo Club Board Room, 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Tues. 2/23, Physics Room 109, 6:00am - 9:30am

SFRB Presentation of Student Fee Patterns Over Time

GPSA Committees

Committee work is the backbone of GPSA. Each committee addresses specific issues related to student life at UNM and works to present resolutions and solutions for graduate/professional student issues.

The constitution provides for seven standing committees who manage the operations of GPSA grants, elections, finance and lobbying efforts. In addition, the GPSA President and Council Chair can create ad-hoc committees to accomplish specific tasks as needed. Ad-hoc committees dissolve at the end of the President’s or Chair’s term. Furthermore, representatives from GPSA sit on more than two dozen University Boards and Committees, bringing graduate/professional student concerns to the attention of the greater university community. Committee Chairs and members of University Committees are appointed by the President and approved by the GPSA Council at the beginning of Fall semester. Joining a committee is a great way to get involved in GPSA, and we are always looking for qualified people to serve on committees.

GPSA Council Constitutional Committee

In November 2011, the GPSA Council convened a Constitutional Committee, tasked with proposing amendments to the GPSA Constitution. The Committee members are: Megan McRobert- Chair (CRP), Dean Palacios (Law), Joseph Dworak (Law), Megan O'Laughlin (Anderson), Brittany Crail (Anderson), Corbin Casarez (Philosophy), Michael Verrilli (IFCE), Aaron Allen (Physics).

The committee has scheduled the following meetings:

Thurs, Feb 3, 6 - 8 pm (location TBA)

Sun, Feb 6, 11 am - 5 pm (location TBA)

Thurs, Feb 10, 6 - 8 pm (location TBA).

The committee's recommendations will be presented to GPSA Council representatives at the GPSA Council meeting on Sat, Feb 26 and voted on at the GPSA Council meeting on Sat, March 26. Contact Megan McRobert (Committee Chair) at: unmgpsacouncil@gmail.com with questions.



In 1994, the NM State Legislature ammended state statutes to allow for a student to be appointed to the Board of Regents of the University of New Mexico.
If you are interested in applying to be a student regent, please provide a statement of intent and a resume to Ashley Carter at ashley_carter08@yahoo.com. The statement of intent should include information regarding the student's committment to New Mexico, UNM (and specifically its academic mission), and to students. You should demonstrate an understanding of the political context of New Mexico and the issues that are affecting public education across the state and the nation. Also ensure that your resume and statement include you name, mailing address, email address, UNM ID#, cumulative GPA, anticipated graduation date, and political party affiliation. Appointed students must be enrolled students for the entire two year appointment. The Board of Regents must be comprised of members from the Democratic and Republican parties as well as  at least one member who is registered independent.
Please feel free to e-mail Cate Wisdom, the current student regent with any questions about the position, at stregent@unm.edu.
We will be holding interviews the week of Oct. 11-17. GPSA must provide 5 candidates for consideration by Nov. 1, 2010.

Please e-mail gpsa@unm.edu or call 277-3803 with any questions.

Cover Letter to Student Regent Candidates

Student Regent Application

Grade Release

Board of Regents Statute