Need a Place to Study?

April 23, 2019

The Center for Native American Health (CNAH) promotes cultural well-being by providing American Indian UNM Health Sciences students with two student centers for studying, socializing, meetings, and interactions between students, staff, and faculty.

Dr. Ervin Lewis Student Center

The Dr. Ervin Lewis Student Center is on UNM North Campus in the Health Sciences and Services Building (HSSB) on the first floor, Rm. 104. Features include:

  • 3 desktop computers (1 Mac, 2 Windows) with black & white printing/copying
  • Lockers for day use
  • Books and study materials for checkout
  • Whiteboard
  • Kitchenette amenities
  • Sofa

This center is secured with badge-access entry. To gain access, students must have a valid UNM Health Sciences Center ID.

CNAH Student Center

The CNAH Student Center is located at CNAH’s office at 1001 Medical Arts Ave NE. Features include:

  • Group study space w/ whiteboard and monitor
  • Individual study spaces with internet hookup, office supplies, and storage
  • Mac computer lab with printing/copying
  • Kitchenette amenities
  • Whiteboards
  • Resource Library
  • Wellness room
  • Free parking

This center is accessible for American Indian Health Sciences students at UNM. Students are welcome to stop by during CNAH business hours, Monday-Friday 8am to 5pm. Check out our virtual tour.

Access

For access to either center, please contact CNAH at hsc-cnah@unm.edu or 505-272-4100.

Virtual Tour of the CNAH Student Center

CNAH Student Center from UNM CNAH on Vimeo.