In light of The University of New Mexico's limited operations, registration for classes at The University of New Mexico is on schedule for the 2020 summer / fall semesters according to the Office of the Registrar.
UNM is currently in a limited operations mode due to the coronavirus outbreak, but is still providing academic services, including advising, bursar services and registration to students.
“Advising is still holding advising sessions to help students prepare for registration," Laura Valdez, director, Office of Advising Strategies."It is important for us as a community to begin planning for the future and look forward coming together as Lobos this Fall Semester."
UNM is rolling out its registration April 13-17. Registration begins for the summer semester Monday, April 13 and is open to all students.
Registration continues through Friday, April 17 as follows:
- Monday, April 13, registration for the fall semester begins for graduate, law, medical, pharmacy and non-degree, with a degree (continuing students).
- Tuesday, April 14 – undergraduate students with 93 earned credit hours or more.
- Wednesday, April 15 – undergraduates with 60 to 92.999 earned credit hours.
- Thursday, April 16 – undergraduates with 26 to 59.999 earned credit hours.
- Friday, April 17 – undergraduates with 0 to 25.999 earned credit hours
New incoming freshman or transfer students admitted for summer or fall, will register during New Student Orientation and advisement.
Students may also register any day / time after their appointment date. Registration begins at 7 a.m. on respective appointment dates. The schedule of classes for 2020 summer / fall classes will be available for online viewing beginning April 1.
Additionally, students are encouraged to schedule an appointment with their academic advisor through loboachieve.unm.edu in advance of their registration time. Despite UNM’s current limited operations, advisors are continuing to help students prepare for summer and fall registration.
Advising Centers are offering remote services. Staff advisors are continuing to help students prepare for summer and fall registration during the University’s period of limited operations.
Make sure proper payment is made on your bursar account. If a student has any holds on their account, they can register anytime after any holds that affect registration have been resolved.
For additional information and or questions, visit us at registrar.unm.edu or email, email@example.com.