Nuts and Bolts
What To Bring
Students are encouraged to bring a notepad and pen for taking notes, a mug for coffee/tea to reduce waste. Dress informally, comfortably and flexibly; the heating and cooling system is unpredictable, so be prepared to add/subtract clothing for personal comfort. Light snacks, fruit, coffee and tea will be provided. Students are encouraged to bring additional snacks or a sack lunch as the days are long and require a high level of energy.
Community students taking the course will be mailed a visitor's parking permit for the Fridays of mediation weekends. No permit is required on weekends.
Students can bring their own lunch or go out during the lunch break. One of the attractions of the Southwest is the excellent New Mexican cuisine. The three guides listed below offer a wide range of dining options.
- Urban Spoon restaurant suggestions near UNM
- Gogobot suggestions for restaurants near UNM
- Restaurants suggested by the math department
UNM has contracted rates with the hotels at this site. Just mention you are here for a UNM School of Law event; if they have any questions, please have them contact Kyran Worrell, Supervisor Administrative Support, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 505-277-0680.
Places to go in New Mexico
New Mexico is known as the Land of Enchantment. New Mexico's mountains, mesas, national forests, and cultural sites are inspirational. For more information, click on the links below: