How would you like to help Anderson?

We invite you to lend your support in creative, personally meaningful ways that will inspire and shape the future of Anderson. There are many ways you can give back to your alma mater, both through volunteering and financial support. Get involved and help Anderson sustain its commitment to academic distinction by providing resources vital to maintaining state-of-the-art facilities, nationally recognized programs and innovative academic opportunities.


Throughout its history, the Anderson School of Management has relied on gifts from alumni, parents, friends, corporate and foundation partners to help students receive a quality business education that will help them achieve their dreams. Let us help you find a way to give that is meaningful to you!

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The UNM Anderson School of Management is seeking mentors for the undergraduate mentorship program. Aligned with a 1-credit hour, required, Career Management Skills course, mentors will supplement resume, cover letter, interview and networking-focused curriculum. The course is taught in 8-week modules, we encourage mentors to sign up for each session they are available!

Become a Mentor!


Hire Anderson students and alumni. If your company is looking for talented candidates who strive for positive impact, your recruiting strategy should include hiring Anderson alumni.

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Let us know in what way you want to connect us to your network:

  1. Executive trainings hosted by Anderson.
  2. Establish experiential learning opportunities for our students.
  3. Sponsor a student project.


One of the most valuable contributions alumni can make is to increase the number of highly competitive and qualified students considering Anderson. At the executive and graduate level, you can provide the one-on-one interaction, personal attention, and encouragement that can make the difference between a student choosing Anderson or another school.

Recruit Our Students!


Advise a student project team or a small business in the community.

What type of advisory role are you interested in?

  1. A student project team.
  2. A small business in the community: