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The University of New Mexico provides online applications for Undergraduate, Graduate and International students.
So what are you waiting for?
Domestic Management applicants; EMBA, MACCT, MBA, MS-ISA must use the Anderson School of Management application below. International applicants must use the graduate application above.
Things to Keep in Mind
If you have already submitted your application for admission (either online or by mailing a hardcopy) and did not pay the associated application fee at the time you applied, you may use your credit card to pay your admission application fee online.
If you are claiming New Mexico residency you will need information regarding the following (if under the age of 23, for your parent or guardian as well):
- Voter registration county, state and date.
- State and date of drivers license.
- Motor vehicle state and date of registration.
- If you intend to pay your fee online, a valid Visa or MasterCard number.
Note on the use of social security numbers: The University of New Mexico uses students' social security numbers as identification at the University. The number is used for record-keeping and statistical purposes only and is not disclosed to other parties for any purpose without written authorization of the student. The authority to use the social security number comes from the Board of Regents and was adopted on March 24, 1967.
If you have questions please call us at (505) 277-8900 or search for answers at FastInfo.
Before you begin your online application please check the admissions requirements for your desired Program:
Mail In Application
If you would prefer to mail in your application, please download, print, and fill out the appropriate Application below.
Undergraduate Application(Degree, Non-Degree, High School Dual Credit/Concurrent)
- Apply Online: Housing for the Main Campus in Albuquerque.
Anderson School of Management
School of Medicine
School of Law
College of Pharmacy
College of Nursing
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