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Advisement Services

Advisement Services














Advisement is an integral part of each student’s educational experience at the University of New Mexico–Valencia Campus.

Advisors provide detailed information about educational programs, academic procedures, and financial aid opportunities to new and continuing students. Students are urged to discuss their ongoing educational and professional goals with advisors in Student Services. Email vcadvise@unm.edu


Academic and Program Advisement are available by appointment. Call 925-8560 for an appointment. Students with 26 or less completed credit hours (excluding developmental courses) must see an advisor before registering for classes. However, all students are urged to review course selections with an advisor prior to registration.

Students who have decided upon a UNM-Valencia Campus or UNM degree major are encouraged to meet with UNM–Valencia Campus advisors (faculty or student services staff) to develop a program of study plan and to make sure that steady progress is being made towards completion of the degree.

Students who have not yet decided on a specific degree program should meet with an academic advisor to review education goals prior to registration. However, program and course selections are ultimately the student’s responsibility.

Academic advisors can help in many different areas, not only scheduling classes. If you have questions about grades, academic concerns, main campus or other schools, or just about anything else, an advisor can help get the information you need.


Please drop by to make an appointment or walk-in basis from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, or call 925-8560 or email vcadvise@unm.edu.


Equal Access Services program provides students with disabilities and their instructors support services to create a successful learning experience. Special learning materials, adaptive equipment, interpreters, notetakers, readers, and alternative exam settings are available to students with documented disabilities.


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  Still have questions? Call 925-8560 or E-Mail vcadvise@unm.edu