Summer at UNM

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1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Phone: 505-277-1728
Fax: 505-277-9275

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The Smartest Thing You Could Do!

Good news for
transfer and out-of-state students spending the summer in New Mexico:  In-state tuition may be used for ALL summer classes at UNM!

Summer break doesn't have to interfere with your degree plan. In fact, it can put you way ahead of the game when you take the opportunity summer affords to build on your momentum.

Achieve 3 credits in 8 weeks or less!

What could you do with another 3 credits towards your degree plan by the end of July? Reduce your course load for the coming fall semester. Tackle a challenging class without the stress of a full class schedule. Knock a core requirement off your list. 

UNM Summer Session classes are only 8 weeks. You can achieve 3 credits in 4 weeks with Half-Term courses, or find an intensive 2- or 3- week course experience. If you are feeling especially ambitious or energetic, you could combine courses to progress even further towards your degree!

Registration begins: 4/21
Full Term classes: 6/2-7/26
1st Half-Term: 6/2-6/28
2nd Half Term: 6/30-7/26

including add / change / drop:
Academic Calendar
for Summer (PDF)

Choose your summer's accomplishment from:

These achievements offer the student a rich, rewarding summer. 

Get ahead or catch up on your degree requirements by earning credit on or off campus! Choose from:

UNM Summer Session is the smartest thing you could do as you progress towards your degree!



Experience a one-of-a-kind blend of peoples and the arts — the heart of New Mexico in a welcoming campus environment. Both UNM and its location are a unique, friendly fusion of cultures. UNM has students from over 47 different countries and features over 70 foreign exchange programs. Arts, culture, good food, fun places, and the great outdoors offer plenty of opportunities for recreation and renewal. Learn more about the setting for your summer.

For questions or additional details,
contact Danita Gomez at 277-1728
or via email at