October 29, 2012
These are the current affairs at The University Advisement Center (UAC) this week:
Late Starting Classes
Late starting classes (formerly known as Inter Session Courses) are a great option if you want to pick up additional credit hours for the Fall 2012 semester. There is no additional cost if your total credit-hours for fall do not exceed 18. Grades from these courses are calculated into your Fall Semester GPA, so it is a great option if you want to pick up credit hours and enhance your GPA for scholarship purposes. You can search for classes and register for them beginning November 1, 2012.
LOBO Trax Course Planner
The Lobo Trax degree audit has a great tool that can help you lay out your degree plan and help departments plan what courses to offer each semester. You can plan each semester up to fall 2017. We strongly encourage you to place all your Spring 2013 courses in your planner before visiting your advisor. Click here for easy step-by-step instructions.
Registration Appointment Dates
The Registrar has published Registration Dates for Spring 2013 registration at http://registrar.unm.edu/Registration/index.html. Take a look so that you can plan ahead and see an advisor well before your registration date. Request an appointment to see your UAC advisor by going to http://advisement.unm.edu/request-an-appointment/index.html.
Update your Address
Keep your address current with the University by updating your information through the Demographic Self Service (DSS) that you access through my.unm.edu. Instructions are available through studentinfo.unm.edu .
Regular Fall UAC Hours
Mondays: Appointments from 8:15-4:15
Tuesdays: Appointments from 8:15-5:30
Wednesdays: Appointments from 8:15-5:30
Thursdays: Appointments from 8:15-4:15
Fridays: Walk-ins from 8:15-4:00
Casas del Rio, Jemez Building, Walk-In Hours (anyone can drop in)
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 1:00 – 3:00
1 University of New Mexico
University Advisement and Enrichment Center, Room 105
Albuquerque, NM 87131(505) 277-2631
Fax: (505) 277-3173
William A. McClary