UNM Los Alamos

SBDC Clients

SBDC Clients

Clients of the Los Alamos SBDC are very welcome to utilize the library and its services free of charge. 

Services available to SBDC Clients

  • If you are a UNM-Los Alamos faculty, staff, or student, you automatically have full access privileges. 
  • If you are not affiliated with UNM-Los Alamos and would like to use the library's physical collection, you may register as a community patron. Please see the Community Members page for details.

Interim Contact Information

Small Business Development Center at New Mexico State University Dona Ana Community College

DACC Workforce Center
2345 Nevada Avenue, Ste 101
Las Cruces, NM 88001-3902
(575) 527-7676
(575) 528-7432 Fax

Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Mon – Fri (By Appointment Only)

Jo Ann Garay, Director

Mary Ann Quesada, Business Advisor

Jennifer Therrien, Business Advisor

David Avalos, Business Advisor

Resources for SBDC

Print Resources | Online Databases | Websites

Title V and SBDC sponsored Business Scholar Luncheon series

Welcome to the Business Scholar Luncheon Series, hosted by the SBDC and the PASE Title V Grant! As a business owner, you know how important it is to stay up-to-date with the latest knowledge and trends in your industry. That's why we're excited to offer this series of luncheons, where you can learn about different aspects of running a successful business, network with other business owners, and enjoy a free lunch on us.

Each session in the series will cover a different topic where our expert speakers will provide valuable insights and practical tips that you can apply to your own business. 

The Luncheon Series is open to all business owners, whether you're just starting out or have been in business for years. It's a great way to stay informed, connect with your peers, and enjoy a delicious meal. So come join us for our next session and see what you can learn!

2024 Luncheon Dates TBD!

Print Resources


  • Search for books * in the online catalog.
  • Browse the shelves by classification number.
    • HD 62.5 (starting a new business)
    • HD 62.7 (small business management)
    • HD 2340.8 - 2346 (small business in industry)
    • HF 5001 - 6183 (all general business categories)
    • HG 4027.7 (small business finance)

*note: eBooks may only be accessed by UNM-Los Alamos students, faculty, and staff.

Newspapers / Magazines

Bloomberg Business Week Magazine (2011-current)
Forbes (2011-current)
Inc. (2011-current)
Money (2011-current)
Wall Street Journal (current and previous month)

Online Databases*

Gale OneFile Business - Provides information on companies, markets and industries from market trends, mergers and acquisitions to current management theory and company overviews. Includes business and trade journals, newspapers and company directory profiles with full text and images.

Gale Business Entrepreneurship - Search this database to learn how to start, finance or manage your small business. Resources include sample business plans, how to guides, articles and web sites.

Gale OneFile Entrepreneurship - Provides insights, tips, strategies, and success stories for business schools and entrepreneurs. 

Small Business Reference Center - Provides up to date information on relevant topics from starting a company, operations management and sales to growing or rescuing a business.

Business Insights: Essentials  - Providing researchers with information on companies, markets and industries. From market trends, mergers and acquisitions to current management theory and company overviews. Access business and trade journals, newspapers and company directory profiles with full text and images. Offered through Gale.

Films On Demand - Multidisciplinary streaming educational video collection, with large array of topics, including business. 

  • click on "Collections"
  • Select "Business and Economics"
  • Select desired topic area
    • Example: under the "Management" category, select "Small Business Management"
  • Click on a title to view video

*These databases may only be used on the UNM-Los Alamos campus. 

Web Sites

Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER) - provides economic, demographic, and socioeconomic research and analysis related to New Mexico. Additional services and data available on personal subscription basis.

Business and Human Rights Resource Center - provide hourly updates on business ethics and human rights news and reports.

Business Plan Development - resources in support of small business development and planning (through New Mexico SBDC).

Los Alamos Small Business Development Center