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Class of 2024

If you did not enroll for Spring 2021, and are ready to return – CLICK HERE for helpful tips.

Here are UNM updates (April 12) to share with you:

  • Bringing Back the Pack.  For the latest information on COVID-19 and UNM’s comprehensive plan, click hereYou can also view the Student Guide to help you stay informed.
  • Summer/Fall Schedule and Registration.  The Schedule of Classes for the Summer and Fall is available to view.  Registration is underway!  Check for your registration date, by clicking here.   
  • ASK ME.  Need help with academic advisement or registration for summer/fall?  Join us on Friday, April 16 from 10am- 1pm for a virtual event to assist.  Click here for more information. 
  • CAPS.  Don't forget that FREE online tutoring services are available at There are also great workshops to explore new skills and ideas about learning, writing, and your college experience.  Also, the Online Writing Lab is a great resource to use if you need any papers/writing assignments reviewed!
  • Mental Health Resources.  For a list of services and suport for physical, mental, and emotional well-being, click here.
  • Join a Lobo Social Pack.  Looking to connect with other students at UNM?  Click here to learn more about it!
  • Study spaces on campusClick here for information on study spaces that are open on campus. 
  • Academic Advisement.  If you have an academic advisement hold, schedule an appointment with your academic advisor at  
  • FAFSA.  File your FAFSA for 21-22!  There is still time! Also, make sure to submit any missing requirements
  • Student Health and Counseling (SHAC).  The SHAC offers a variety of resources including information on flu shots, counseling services (including Therapy Assistance Online), workshops, and much more.
  • Scholarships.  Check out American Indian Student Services' scholarship page for a listing of scholarships to apply for!  AISS provides a range of student support programming.  Challenge yourself and take some time (each week) to apply for at least 3.  It could pay off in the long run..
  • Getting Involved On Campus or Virtually!  Learn more about ways to get involved on campus by scheduling a virtual involvement session with the staff at Student Activities.  The Student Activities Center offers an evolving list of activities programs, and ideas for how to connect with friends, groups, and community resources.
  • Scholarship Eligibility.  For information on scholarship eligibility, visit the UNM Scholarship site for eligibility criteria
  • Resource Centers.  Find your pack and get support by learning more about UNM’s Student Resource Centers.