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Welcome to the Advisement Center

We are here to support student success!

Arts and Sciences firmly believe that we are partners with our students.  Together we embark on an educational journey .  We are the navigators while the students are the drivers.  We educate our students on pathways to degrees. We expose our students to strategies, tools and resources that support their progress.  We offer enhancement opportunities by connecting the students with their department and other resources.


What we don't do:  we do not choose for our students.  We Advise - You Decide

What do we offer:

We offer our students several modes of connecting and communicating with us. Click here for detailed description of delivery methods.


Role of an Advisor:


Responsibilities of an Advisee:


  • Encourages and supports you in gaining skills to define and develop educational goals
  • Connects you with valuable campus offices and resources
  • Extensive knowledge of your degree program, course offerings, and institutional policies
  • Monitors your academic progress
  • In the end, certifies your graduation


  • Review and understand your A&S Advising Syllabus
  • Utilize key University resources and websites
  • Meet with your major advisor on a regular basis
  • Arrive to advisement sessions prepared to learn- be an active learner
  • Be forthcoming and clarify your academic needs
  • Read your UNM email- frequently
  • Be open to recommendations, new opportunities and exploration


Where are We Located?

Our advisors spend most of their time in the departments of the students they serve but the Advisement Center is our "Hub" and you can always ask us in the center where to go for your individual needs.

Map to advisement center

Schedule an advisement session online

Advisement Hours

Monday - Friday

8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Appointments and walk-ins vary with advisor - see LoboAchieve for details.


Tuesdays 1:15-4:30 pm (Fall and Spring only)


Fridays 8:15-11:45 am and 1:15-4:30 pm  (Fall/Spring/Summer)

All student inquiries should be directed to or (505) 277-4621