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Q: What are the Office of the Registrar's hours?
A: 8 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday
Q: Where is Records and Registration?
A: Mesa Vista Hall - North (Building #66 on the Campus Map)
Q: What is the Office of the Registrar's address?
A: Office of the Registrar, MSC11 6325, 1 University of New Mexico,
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
Q: When is Spring/Winter Break?
A: Refer to the Academic
Q: How do I register for a closed class?
A: Have the instructor or offering Department add a CLOSED override to your account and register on LoboWeb, or complete
an Enrollment Authorization (Yellow) card found at the Records and Registration Office located in Mesa Vista Hall - North.
Q: How do I add a course after the deadline?
A: Complete the Enrollment Authorization - After Deadlines (Pink) card and submit it to the Records and Registration Office located
in Mesa Vista Hall - North. This will generate late transaction fees on your account.
Q: Where can I get a green/yellow/pink card and where
do I turn it in?
A: You can pick up a green card from the Office of Graduate Studies. You can pick up yellow and pink cards at the
Records and Registration Office in Mesa Vista Hall - North (many departments have these available). Once completed,
bring them back to the Records and Registration Office for processing.
Q: When is the last day to drop a class?
A: Refer to the Academic
Q: When does the Schedule of Classes come out?
The Schedule of Classes is available on-line approximately two weeks prior to registration for a specified semester. Please
click "more info" above for the current schedule. A Schedule Quick View, updated nightly during registration, is also
available at the same location.
Q: Where can I get a printed
copy of the Catalog?
A: Contact the UNM
Bookstore at (505) 277-5451.
Q: Why doesn't my Lobo Card
A: There could be several reasons why your card doesn't work.
- You're not enrolled - contact the Records and Registration Office.
- Your magnetic strip is bad - contact the Lobo Card Office.
- You're using an old, non-current Lobo Card - contact the Lobo Card Office.
Q: How do I get New Mexico
A: Refer to the Catalog for residency questions.
Q: What is the Reciprocal
A: It is a program between some New Mexico and Colorado schools to
trade students for up to eight semesters and receive in-state tuition
rates. The students must take 30 credits per year and maintain
full-time status. For more information or to apply for this program,
contact the Records and Registration Office at
Q: How do I request a transcript?
A: Online here for fastest processing. You may also mail
or come to the Records and Registration Office in person to request your transcript. The form is available
Q: How do I request a verification of
A: You may mail or come to the Records and Registration Office in person to request
your enrollment verification. The form is available
Are diplomas presented at the graduation ceremony?
A: No. They are available by mail or pick-up in approximately 4-6 weeks after the
semester is over.
Q: Is there a fee for the diploma?
A: There is NO fee for diplomas.
Q: Will my diploma be held if there's a financial obligation to the
University that I haven't paid?
Q: How can I order a duplicate diploma?
A: There is a $15 charge for duplicate diplomas.
You can place a request in person at the Records and Registration Office
You can place your request in writing remembering to include your written
signature, date of request, current/previous
name(s), social security
number/UNM ID, date of birth, date graduated, degree received, major or
college, mailing address, daytime telephone number, Email address and check/money order (or)
You can complete the Replacement Diploma Form.
Q: How long does it take to get a duplicate diploma?
A: It usually takes about 2-6 weeks.
Q: I graduated last semester but still haven't received my diploma.
A: If you haven't received your diploma in 8-10 weeks then contact the office
Q: Is graduation automatic?
A: No, you need to
contact your college advisor.
Q: How can I tell if I'm on the graduation
A: Contact your college advisor.
Q: I'm not going to complete my degree
requirements until Summer semester, but I'd like to go through Spring
commencement. Should I file a degree application?
A: If you are within 6 hours of graduating at the end of the
Spring semester, you may request permission from the Office of the University
Secretary to attend the Spring commencement.
Q: Will my name appear on the commencement
program if I don't file a degree application?
A: No, it won't.
Q: Where do I get my cap and gown,
A: These are available at the UNM Bookstore.