Resources for Faculty and Staff- Behavior

If you need assistance to determine the most appropriate action to take with a student’s troubling behavior utilize the resources listed below:

Dean of Students Office: This office provides advice and direction on how to handle students or visitors who may be causing behavior concerns on the UNM Campus or UNM related event. | 505-277-3361 

Student Health and Counseling: SHAC provides faculty and staff with consultations about students of concern. Faculty and staff can call SHAC and ask for the Director or Triage clinician on duty for assistance with this matter. | 505-277-3136

Counseling, Assistance, & Referral Services: The mission is to promote a healthy work-life balance by providing on-site services to assist faculty and staff in identifying and resolving personal and professional concerns. | 505-272-6868 

UNM Police Department: UNM PD is open 24/7, 365 days a year. UNM Police Officers investigate crimes on campus, enforce laws and make arrests. In an on-campus emergency, dial 911 for UNMPD response. | 505-277-2241 | 911 

Agora Crisis Center: This center provides trained peer counselors to listen and refer individuals to appropriate resources. | 505-277-3013 

Lobo Alerts: This is UNM’s emergency text service that informs the campus community of serious safety issues that occur on the UNM Campus. 

Center for Teaching & Learning: The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) helps students achieve academic success by offering tutoring and learning strategy sessions for students and by helping instructors improve their teaching skills. | 505-277-4242