Academic advisement is included in both Freshman (NSO) and Transfer (TNT) programs. Seeking academic advisement before your orientation program is not required, but is an option. By meeting with your advisor before hand advisors can assist you with placement and transfer course equivalencies in a one-on-one meeting. Admitted students can schedule an appointment with their advisor through LoboAchieve. If you are unsure as to how to schedule an appointment through LoboAchieve, please click here. Prospective students will need to call their advisement center to schedule an appointment.
Where’s your advisement center?
Find your advisement center by determining your major and then the college that houses that major. All majors, with the exception of undecided & health science majors, should seek advisement from their college advisement center. Undecided and health science majors should seek advisement through the University College Advisement Center.
Advisement Centers at UNM Main Campus
College of Arts and Sciences (505) 277-4621
School of Architecture and Planning (505) 277-2903
Anderson School of Management (505) 277-3290
Athletic Department (505) 277-2303
School of Engineering (505) 277-4354
College of Education (505) 277-3190
College of Fine Arts (505) 277-4817
College of Library Sciences (505) 272-4173
School of Medicine Undergraduate programs
Dental Hygiene (505) 925-4031
Radiologic Sciences (505 272-5254
Emergency Medical Services (505) 272-5757
Medical Laboratory Sciences (505) 272-5434
College of Nursing (505) 272-4223
College of Pharmacy (505) 272-3241
College of Population Health (505) 277-2137
University College Advisement Center (505) 277-2631
University College – Liberal Arts and Integrative Studies (505) 277-0122University College – Native American Studies (505) 277-3917