Specific admission requirements for Associate's, Certificate and non-degree programs are listed below:
A UNM degree-seeking student who stops attending for two or more regular semesters and a summer term must file an application for readmission. There is no application fee to apply for readmission. If a student has attended another post-secondary institution since leaving UNM, have an official transcript mailed to the Admissions Office.
Fall Semester, May 1
Spring Semester, October 1
Summer Session, March 1
Applications and all supporting credentials must be submitted by these dates. Only complete applications will be reviewed for admission.
* NOTE: A student who wants any information concerning the applicant file released to any third party must submit a letter of authorization directly to the International Admissions Office. This release must include the student's name and signature.
Submit all documents to:
Office of Admissions
Student Services Center 140
Albuquerque, NM 87131-2046
Note: Students applying for graduate programs (beyond the bachelor's degree) must also submit all required documents (except secondary academic records) to the Office of International Admissions by the published deadlines.
Admission to UNM Gallup does not guarantee entrance into all courses or associate's degree programs. The University of New Mexico Gallup offers Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, and Associate of Applied Science degrees. All of these programs of study are planned sequences of courses leading to a specific goal and involve some required courses. Students may enroll in one of these programs of study or simply take individual classes of their own choosing from various departments. Students who have met the University requirements for admission to degree-seeking status may also be required by their respective program or department to meet special departmental admissions criteria. The specific requirements can be obtained in an interview with the associate's degree departmental chairperson. Students who intend to pursue their education beyond the associate's degree level, at UNM Albuquerque or another four-year institution, should be aware that they must meet the admission requirement of those institutions.
To be considered for concurrent enrollment it is necessary for the student to meet the following minimum requirements. Meeting the criteria listed does not mean the student will be automatically admitted. The final determination of admission rests with the admissions officer.
A concurrent enrollment student at UNM is subject to the same academic regulations as other UNM students in non-degree status, including those governing attendance, minimum grade point average, change of program, and withdrawal.
The concurrent enrollment student's high school counselor must submit the following materials as a package to the UNM Gallup Office of Admissions: