Chemistry & Chemical Biology Advisement FAQ
Departmental Advisement FAQ
Scheduling an Appointment
You may make an advising appointment with Keelan O'Riley or Amanda Cook via loboachieve.unm.edu or by calling the Arts & Sciences Advisement Center at 505-277-4621 and requesting a first-available Chemistry advising appointment. For help with scheduling in LoboAchieve visit here.
Current students may check their Registration Hold(s) on LoboWeb:
- Log-in to my.unm.edu using your UNM Net ID and Password
- Select the Student Life Tab
- Click on LoboWeb
- Click on Registration & Records
Registration (Add/Drop), Course search, Check for Holds
Check My Registration Status
Admissions Hold: Contact Admissions at 277-8900
Bursar Hold: Contact Bursar at 277-5363
New Student Learning Workshop Hold: Contact the Arts & Sciences Advisement Center at 277-4621 to reserve a spot in one of the workshops held daily (check your email for days/times available).
Graduation Planning Workshop Hold: Contact the Arts & Sciences Advisement Center at 277-4621 to reserve a spot in one of the workshops held daily (check your email for days/times available).New to A&S Hold: Contact the Arts & Sciences Advisement Center at 277-4621 to set up appointment. Orientation Holds through the Dean of Students, call 277-3361.
Registration Errors and Restricted Sections
All 100 and 200 level courses have new common course numbering and are four digits.
You must register for Chem 1215 & 1215L (121 & 123L) at the same time. This is also the case for Chem 1225 and 1225L (122 & 124L).
Students must complete Math 1220 (121) or higher before being allowed to register for General Chemistry 1 (Chem 1215).
Students wishing to take Math 1220 and Chem 1215/1215L in the same semester must take the ALEKs placement exam. Information provided by Dr. Ho.
Students cannot get credit for both Math 1430 (180) & 1440 (181) and Math 1512 (162) & 1522 (163).
Math 1130 (129) & Math 1350 (formerly Stat 145 have pre-reqs of Math 101 & 102 or ACT/SAT/AccuPlacer scores.
If a student is placed into Math 129 (MATH 1130) or Stat 145 (MATH 1350) but wants college algebra (Math 1220) student must take 101, 102, and 103 with a C or better.
Before enrolling in Math 1250, please meet with your A&S Advisor.
Organic Chemistry Common FAQs:
Chemistry 301 Section 5 and Chemistry 302 Section 4 (MWF 11-11:50 am) are courses that require Instructor Permission only. They are populated by students who are enrolled in Chemistry 1225 (122) Section 5 and Chemistry 301 Section 5, respectively. Please do not email Lisa Whalen to ask to be added to one of these courses. They are already full with students from the sections mentioned above.
If Chemistry 301 Section 7 or Chemistry 302 Section 1 are full, please do not email Lisa Whalen to ask for a capacity override. The classroom is full. Keep checking Loboweb for open spots or enroll in another section.
If you are trying to register or switch sections for Chemistry 304L or 303L, please visit http://www.unm.edu/~orgchem for more information.
If a section is labeled as “TBA” for the instructor, it means we have not assigned an instructor to this course but will by the time the class begins. Please do not email asking to find the email address or identity of the instructor. It will be posted when the hire is complete.
If you are minoring in chemistry, please do not take Chem 2310C (253L). Replacement options include: BIOC 423, CHEM 315, and CHEM 425. The prereq for BIOC is CHEM 302, prereqs for CHEM 315 include a year of calculus and a year of physics. See your advisor for more information.
To view BS & BA Chemistry Sample Degree Plans visit: degrees.unm.edu
Given its highly structured and sequential nature, students are encouraged to meet with their advisor as early as possible to ensure timeliness to degree.