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Fall Hours

Monday: 8am - 5pm
Tuesday: 8am - 8pm
Wednesday: 8am - 8pm
Thursday: 8am - 8pm
Friday: 8am -5pm

 

1119 Mesa Visa Hall
MSC06 3800
1-University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
Phone: (505) 277-6343
Fax: (505) 277-0033
E-mail: aiss@unm.edu

AISS ADVISEMENT



AISS specializes in quality academic and student support with a commitment to academic achievement and development of personal, cultural, and social success. AISS Advisors provide academic and financial aid advisement and may assist in identifying applicable scholarships, answer questions about planning class schedules, addressing student holds, reviewing student degree plan checklists, and discussing financial aid packages and options.

SCHEDULE ADVISEMENT APPOINTMENTS

1. Log into LoboAchieve.unm.edu using your UNM NetID and Password - currenty undergraduate students ONLY.

  • You should see a UNM sign-in screen. (If you see the Starfish screen, please clear the web browser's cache/cookies and try again).

2. Once you have successfully loged in, you will see a Service tab at the left-side of the scrreen.

  • Please click "SEARCH SEVICES"
  • Type in "American Indian Student Services"
  • Click "Schedule Appointment"
  • Use the "Show Advisors" to view eihter Jeannette Stahn or Ashley Tso advising hours

3. If the advisor appearing on the screen is the advisor you wish to schedule with, select the appointment time that fits your schedule.

4. Click the time you wish to schedule

5. Enter the reason for your appointment and select "Schedule". After this you are done. You will receive an appointment confirmation email that will be sent to your UNM email address.

 

DEGREE PLAN REQUEST - instructions

Schedule an appointment via LoboAchieve (see instruction above). For non-current or graduate student contact the AISS Front Desk at (505) 277-6343 located in Mesa Vista Hall Room 1119. Plan to email your completed template as an attachment to the AISS Advisor at least 24 hours before your scheduled appointment.

Your appointment may need to be rescheduled if your completed template is not emailed to the AISS Advisor at least 24 hours in advance. The completed Degree Plan Checklist will be utilized for discussion and edits before it is signed. To access template and see examples, click here.

 

PROBATION CONTRACT SUPPORT

If you are placed on probation by your degree granting college (e.g. College of Arts & Sciences, School of Engineering, College of Education, etc.), AISS Advisors are available to provide support during your probation semester. To access support and discuss strategy for a successful semester. (If required) After a comprehensive discussion AISS Advisors are able to endorse your Probation Contract. Schedule an appointment via LoboAchieve (see instruction above).

UNM CORE CURRICULUM SHEET

  • All degree seeking students are required to complete the Core Curriculum as part of their baccalaureate program. The basic Core Curriculum requires approximately 37 credit hours of courses in seven areas of study.
  • Departments and colleges may restrict student choices within the Core to meet departmental and college degree requirements. A grade of C (not C-) is required in all courses used to fulfill the requirements of the Core Curriculum. Courses taken CR/NC can be applied to the core, subject to general University and individual college and department regulations on the number of credit hours that can be taken CR/NC and the applicability of courses taken CR/NC to the individual degree.
  • Core Curriculum Sheet

UNM CATALOG

    • Click on this link to view helpful information regarding UNM policies and information about degree programs at UNM. To access specific major or minor information, Click on "Colleges" and select college, then specific major to review requirements or view class descriptions.   (Catalog.unm.edu)

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS AT UNM

  • To access academic degree programs at UNM go to the following link:
  • Search your desired level of degree program (Undergraduate, Graduate, or Certificate)
  • Scroll down to "Explore By College" and select name of college
  • Then you will find a list of majors within that college
  • Click to "VIEW" to view the degree program as outlined per semester

STUDENT CLASSIFICATION via CREDIT HOURS EARNED

  • Freshmen: 0 - 25
  • Sophomore: 26 - 59
  • Junior: 60 - 92
  • Senior: 93+
  • Engineering Students Classification
    • Engineering Freshmen: 0 - 25
    • Engineering Sophomore: 26 - 59
    • Engineering Junior: 60 - 94
    • Engineering Senior: 95 +
  • Visit the following StudentInfo, Answer ID 4616, for more details.

KEY DEADLINE DATES

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

    • To see what courses are currently being offered (CRN, Credits, Meeting dates/times, Instructor, Fill Rate) go to schedule.unm.edu to view current course offerings.
      • Go to "Select your Semester" can choose semester to review courses
      • Select type of schedule you are looking for, most commonly selected is "Full Schedule of Classes"
      • Click on course type, e.g. "AMST - American Studies"
      • View Details

TO VIEW YOUR HOLDS

  • There are various types of holds. Visit this link: Type of Holds to view definitions, reasons, and restrictions.
  • Visit the following StudentInfo, Answer ID 6617, for more details.
  • To view holds on your account, complete the following steps:
    • Go to my.unm.edu
    • Sign in with your Net ID and Password
    • Click on the "Student Life Tab"
    • Click on "LoboWeb"
    • Click on "Registration & Records"
    • Click on "View Holds"

FOREIGN LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY FORM

  • College of Arts & Sciences students; if you speak and/or are proficient in your Native Language and wish to request that the 2nd Language requirement (Core and Group) be waived, utilize this form.
  • All other current degree-seeking UNM Students; see your Major/Department Advisor to discuss the process.

FOUNDATIONAL MATH, CRITICAL TEXT ANALYSIS, ENGLISH 111-COMPATIBLE COURSES & ACCUPLACER

  • UNIV 103 - Foundational Math (Compatibility)
  • UNIV 106 - Critical Text Analysis (Compatibility)
  • ENGL 111 - English Composition I (Stretch) (Compatibility)
  • ISR 100 = Introductory Studies Reading
  • English 111 = English Stretch

If you are placed into one of the above course for your first semester, Students may take a math, reading and/or English placement test(s) to "place out" of introductory studies classes.

All testing must be done before the semester begins.

Go to http://test.unm.edu/tests/accuplacer-placement-test.html for more information.

UNM MAIN CAMPUS COURSE PLACEMENT TABLE

This table shows your course placement based on either the ACCUPLACER, ACT, or SAT. Please speak with your advisor for more information.