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Founded in 1945, The University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy has remained the only pharmacy school in New Mexico, making our impact on the state significant. Approximately 57 percent of our 3,100 living alumni are right here in New Mexico and improving the health of their communities daily through education, research and practice. Skilled, compassionate alumni like you serve patients in urban and rural communities and become leaders in their communities as well as their profession.

Some of your fondest memories and most enduring relationships may come from the years spent in pharmacy school here at UNM. One of our most fulfilling privileges is to provide you with a variety of ways to stay connected to one another and your alma mater.

Alumni Events

To RSVP or to receive additional information, please contact Irene Gray.

March 24
APhA Annual Meeting & Expo: UNM Alumni Reception
Sheraton Grand Seattle
Ballard Room
1400 Sixth Avenue, Seattle WA 98101
6 p.m.

April 11
C. Frank Bennett (BSPh, 1980)
"Does Antisense Make Sense for Neurological Diseases?"
Domenici Center for Health Sciences Education Auditorium
4 p.m.

May 10
UNM College of Pharmacy Class of 2019 Convocation
Class of 1969 Golden Graduate Reunion
Popejoy Hall
3 p.m.

June 21
NMPhA Golf Tournament
UNM Championship Golf Course

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Connect with former classmates through the UNM Alumni Association's Online Community.

Share Your Stories

We want to hear from you and share your stories with your College community. If you have news to tell, or are looking to reconnect with an old college friend or even a favorite teacher, please contact Irene Gray to help you spread the word!

Career Services

Search for open positions through UNM's Handshake portal. To set up your account, please e-mail career4u@unm.edu with the following information:

  • Your name
  • The year of your graduation
  • Identify yourself as a graduate of the College of Pharmacy