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The Associated Students of the University of New Mexico, also known as ASUNM, is the undergraduate student government for UNM. ASUNM is a great way for you to make your college experience more valuable.  There are a variety of ways for you to get involved with ASUNM.  Check out their website at http://asunm.unm.edu, email them: asunm@unm.edu, call them: 277-5528, or just stop by their office in SUB 1016 (plaza level).  ASUNM provides services and programs to the student body through its various agencies.  These Student Service Agencies have both paid and volunteer positions.   Below is a listing of those agencies and the types of programs they provide.

ASUNM Community Experience (CE)
Website: http://tce.unm.edu     Phone: 277-0106     Email: tce@unm.edu    Office: SUB Room 1062     Facebook
Sometimes called CE, this group provides a variety of opportunities for students to participate in community service projects.  CE sponsors Spring Storm, Fall Frenzy, the Giving Tree,  many blood drives & food drives.  Contact them for specific event info or to volunteer!

ASUNM Craft Studio  
Website: Click Here     Phone: 277-6544     Email: thinkart@unm.edu    Office: SUB Room 1098     Facebook
Located on the plaza level of the SUB, the Craft Studio provides an outlet where you can express your artistic talents by creating pottery or jewelry.   Monthly workshops allow students to learn new skills in a variety of crafts.  This agency also coordinates the Crafts Fair late in the fall semester.  Check the website for updates regarding upcoming workshops, available student positions and the Crafts Fair dates.

ASUNM Election Commission  
Website: TBA     Phone: 277-5528     Email: TBA     Office: SUB Room 1016
Coordinating the three elections held each year is the primary function of this organization.  In addition to the fall senate election, and spring presidential, vice presidential, and senatorial elections, they also implement the Homecoming King and Queen elections.   For information on how to get involved visit their website.

ASUNM Emerging Lobo Leaders (ELL) 
Website: http://ell.unm.edu     Phone: 277-0715     Email: ell@unm.edu     Office: SUB Room 1064     Facebook
A program aimed at providing incoming (freshmen and transfer) students with experience and involvement in the various programs in ASUNM as well as leadership skills that can be applied to future involvement throughout UNM.  After an application process, students are able to work with agency directors, volunteers, and senators, making connections that will benefit them throughout their student career. Students attend ASUNM events as well as other events around campus and are given unique opportunities that other students may not experience..

ASUNM Governmental Affairs  
Website: TBA     Phone: 277-5528     Email: TBA     Office: SUB Room 1016     Facebook
Encouraging interest in issues that impact college students, the Lobby Committee works to provide a student voice at the State Legislature.  The Lottery to Success Scholarship and tuition rates are only a few examples of commonly addressed issues.  To learn more or get involved, students should contact ASUNM.

ASUNM Lobo Spirit Committee  
Website: http://lobospirit.unm.edu     Phone: 277-0372     Email: lobsprt@unm.edu    Office: SUB Room 1062     Facebook
lobosprt@unm.eduamp;#160;    Increasing student spirit and involvement in campus traditions is the purpose of the Lobo Spirit Committee.  With so many exciting events, the committee always welcomes new volunteers!  Over the summer, and at the beginning of the fall semester.  Lobo Spirit will be busy preparing for their largest events: Red Rally and Homecoming.  They also coordinate the Lobo Day birthday celebration for UNM in February and a variety of other spirit activities throughout the year.   To get involved, visit their website for upcoming event information.

ASUNM Southwest Film Center (SWFC)  
Website: http://swfc.unm.edu     Phone: 277-5608     Email: swfc@unm.edu    Office: SUB Room 1097/1003     Facebook
Located on the plaza level in the SUB Theater, the Southwest Film Center is the home of UNM’s alternative cinema.  Film types include documentary, foreign, animation, experimental and more. Showings run Thursday through Sunday and complete schedule of films can be found online.  Student tickets are discounted and the concession prices can’t be beat in town ($3 for a soda and popcorn!).

ASUNM Student Special Events (SSE)  
Website: http://sse.unm.edu     Phone: 277-5602     Email: sse@unm.edu    Office: SUB Room 1064     Facebook
Providing numerous entertainment events and activities for the campus makes SSE a well-known entity on-campus.  Students can catch a weekly noontime concert on-campus or one of the many nationally known speakers, bands or comedians for free or a discounted student price.  Recent performances have included The Shins, Jason Mraz, Frank Warren, Ghostface Killah, Girl Talk and more!  For information regarding upcoming shows, or if you would like to volunteer for this organization, visit their website.

Senate & Committees  
Website: http://asunm.unm.edu     Phone: 277-5528     Email: asunm@unm.edu    Office: SUB Room 1016     Facebook
Other opportunities for involvement with ASUNM are through the Senate.   Ten senator positions become available each semester.   The Senate makes laws, issues resolutions and allocates funds to student organizations.   Students can also become involved in ASUNM by serving on faculty/student joint advisory boards and committees.   To find out about these positions check the website or contact ASUNM directly.