Beginning Spring 1997, UNM-Gallup welcomed the Bachelor and Graduate Programs to the Gallup Campus. Now in addition to the Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education and RN/Bachelor's Completion Program in Nursing, students can complete a Bachelor's Degree in University Studies, Early Childhood Multicultural Education, Business Administration, Organizational Learning & Instructional Technology (OLIT) and Communications.
Graduate courses, which apply to University of New Mexico Master's degree programs, as well as 300 and 400 level classes from various departments, will be offered each semester. Bachelor and Graduate courses taken at UNM Gallup count for resident credit and are subject to the same academic regulations, policies, and tuition as at UNM Albuquerque. Students must apply to the Albuquerque campus to be admitted to Bachelor and Graduate programs. Students may register in non-degree status and enroll in courses for credit or audit. Application materials are available in the Bachelor and Graduate Office in Gallup located in Calvin Hall, Room 228.
All registration for upper level classes MUST be conducted through LoboWeb. Many of the classes have restricted enrollment. The course call numbers may be obtained from the Bachelor and Graduate advisor. After registering, students may pay by credit card through LoboWeb or pay in person at the Cashier's Office before the disenrollment deadline. Application to the College of Education graduate program for secondary and elementary education is available through the Gallup College of Education Office. Contact the Gallup College of Education office for more information.