Meet Your Enrollment Coach
Whether you have recently inquired or you have already applied, your Enrollment Coach will be your primary contact throughout the enrollment process so you have everything you need to create the college experience you desire and take the steps that are important to the process. Your Enrollment Coach will reach out to you by email and phone at a time that is convenient for you to share more information about the degree program. We want you to have a great experience through this initial process because we know that you deserve the very best toward your higher education aspirations.
Thank you for taking the first step by finding us online! The admissions process is quite simple and you’ll have support every step of the way. Your Enrollment Coach will support your questions and help you navigate the online system. Here is an overview of the admissions process:
- Step 1: Connect with your Enrollment Coach
- Step 2: Complete your Application
- Step 3: Request your prior college official transcripts for review
After you have applied, UNM will need a copy of your official transcripts, which means they must maintain their authenticity in a sealed envelope. You may send your official transcripts to The UNM Office of Admissions, PO Box 4895, Albuquerque, NM 87196-4895. The Office of Admissions website will have the most up-to-date information about how your prior courses will map into the degree program and will allow a timeline toward your graduation.
- Step 4: Apply for financial aid
- Step 5: Plan your degree with an advisor
Your Enrollment Coach will help you prepare for your advisement meeting to ensure you have all your questions answered AND will make the introduction to you so that you will have a seamless experience.
- Step 6: Schedule your courses
You will be guided to the best courses to begin your program based on your degree plan and the courses available in the first 8-week session.
- Step 7: New Student Orientation
The TNT (Transfer and Non-Traditional) program is for students transferring 24+ credits and “non-traditional freshmen.” Non-traditional students might be older, discharged from the military, or juggling multiple roles like studies, work and family.
- Step 8: Meet your Success Coach
Your Enrollment Coach will ensure that you are set up with a Success Coach by making the introduction and sharing best practices.