Important Information

Spring Admissions Application deadline date is Friday, January 7, 2022.

The University of New Mexico has adopted a vaccination requirement, which requires all students to provide evidence of vaccination against COVID-19 or have a qualified exemption. The purpose of the UNM vaccination requirement is to help protect public health among students, faculty, and staff. The University of New Mexico is now implementing a similar mandate requiring vaccine boosters for the rest of The University of New Mexico community. The University of New Mexico will require all current employees and students to receive a booster dose of the vaccine and must provide documentation of receipt of a booster dose no later than January 17, 2022.

Students who do not provide evidence of COVID-19 vaccination or are granted a qualified exemption may be prevented from registering for courses or disenrolled on Monday, January 10, 2022.

For more information visit https://bringbackthepack.unm.edu/


Virtual Advisement Only

Starting January 10, 2022

(Phone, Email, Zoom, Chat)

No Walk-IN or In-Person Advisement will be accepted due to health and safety precautions

Schedule a LoboAchieve appointment at www.loboachieve.unm.edu

If there are no appointments available:
Please email your advisor, and your inquiry will be addressed in the order that it is received. Please be patient as our “in-between appointments” List is growing.

Email your advisor (based on alpha):

* please email from your UNM email address

  • Your full name
  • Banner ID # (very important)
  • A working phone # (in case we need to reach out to you)
  • And specific details to your inquiry

Please make sure that your transcripts from High School or other colleges have been submitted

ie. Are you a first time freshman; returning student or current student, ETC. Are you trying to get an override? Or make your schedule for spring? Or do you have a hold and please look at the origin of the hold. (Bursar Holds should be addressed with Cashiers

Thank you,
Academic Advisement


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To develop a partnership with students to build their knowledge of degree requirements and campus resources to ensure their successful completion of a Certificate and/or Associate program that supports their progression into a career and/or transfer to continue their education.

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Phone:

(505) 863-7706

Physical Location:

Student Services Technology Center (SSTC) 226

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