Sunday, December 21, 2008


A great Englishman (Lord Brougham) once said, "Education makes people easy to lead, but difficult to drive; easy to govern, but impossible to enslave." If you live in Valencia County and want to expand your mentgak posers and physical skills, the Valencia branch of the University of New Mexico is the pkace to go to increase or update your education.

Its a very nice, new campus. The above photo was taken on a late Sunday afternoon. It is centrally located, in the shadow of Tome hill, and is fully accredited. It offers a wide range of classes in all fields of education, even including some vocational courses. Some of the courses are free, but if you need a student loan the school advisors can help you with that. Also, UNM-Valencia offers night and weekend classes and flexible course schedules. Increased educational level almost always is reflected in an increase in salary.

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