The University of New Mexico Student Union Building

1 University of New Mexico, Building 60, Albuquerque, NM
Typically Responds within 24 hours
Capacity: 3,097 people
About The University of New Mexico Student Union Building
The New Mexico Student Union features 21,000 square feet of meeting space, all equipped with state of the art technology. Our 20 meeting rooms and 11,000 square foot ballroom are capable of supporting all of your meeting needs, from wireless networking to interactive video conferencing. Also available for booking is the 190-seat multi-function theater, designed not only for showing films, but also for lecture series, special presentations and whatever your needs are. Our experienced staff is capable of helping you book, plan, and have the event that you were looking for.
Package Pricing
Event Spaces
Acoma Room A
Acoma Room A & B
Acoma Room B
Alumni Room
Amigo Room
Ballroom A
Ballroom B
Ballroom C
Cherry/Silver Room
Fiesta Room A
Fiesta Room A & B
Fiesta Room B
Grand Ballroom
Isleta Room
Lobo Room A
Lobo Room A & B
Lobo Room B
Luminaria Room
Mirage Room
Mirage/Thunderbird Room
Sandia Room
Santa Anna Room A
Santa Anna Room A & B
Santa Anna Room B
Scholars Room
Spirit Room
Spirit/Trailblazer Room
Thunderbird Room
Trailblazer Room
A pleasant experience - An Eventective User from Albuquerque, New Mexico

Great overall experience! Our event was held in one of the large ballrooms. Catering was very good. (I recommend the Italian buffet.) The staff was very helpful, I would recommend this venue.

Venue Types
  • Handicapped Accessible
  • On-Site Catering Service
  • Outdoor Function Area
  • Wireless Internet/Wi-Fi
  • Max Number of People for an Event: 2500
  • Number of Event/Function Spaces: 20
  • Special Features: Interactive video conferencing and onsite audio-visual capabilities are available in all meeting rooms. Wireless networking is also incorporated into the building making it easier to connect to the web from a laptop.
  • Total Meeting Room Space (Square Feet): 21,000
  • Year Renovated: 2003