Advisement & Help

Advisement for Spring and Summer 2018 now open

  • To have your Plan of Study Review hold removed you must come into the CS department for advisement, or to receive your updated Matrix to be advised by your CS Faculty Advisor.
  • Schedule of classes for Spring and Summer should be available first of November.
  • Registration for classes will open mid-November.

Kyle  Beenhouwer - Advisor

Lynn J Conner - Advisor

Advisors are located on the second floor of the Farris Engineering Center building in suite 2200.

Walk-in and advisement appointments are available. Walk-ins will be seen by the Advisor in the order you sign in. If you prefer to see a specific advisor you MUST make an appointment with them. Please note walk-in hours are subject to change.

WALK-IN hours (sign in starts 8:45 am and ends by 11:15 am)

Monday: 9 - 12

Tuesday: 10:30 -12

Wednesday: 9 - 12

Thursday: 9 - 12

Friday: 9 - 12

APPOINTMENT hours 1- 4 M-F

Note: During the SUMMER advisement hours will change please check back for updated schedule. For additional information, please call 505-277-3112.


The CS Department has available tutoring for all students taking a CS classes. Topics/classes area vary per semester. Please come to the CS Department for a current tutoring schedule.

The Engineering Student Success Center provides Tutoring for Math, CS, Physics, English, Chemistry and other classes (varies per semester). Other services offered: Scholarships, (505) 277-5064, and Internships and Tours,(505) 277-9921. Please visit their website or office for a current schedule for tutoring and other service information, (505) 277-9676, CENT Bldg. #112 (on UNM map), 210 University Blvd, NE, Room 2080.

The Center for Academic Program Support (CAPS) provides a Math/Science Tutoring Program, Online Tutoring Program, Supplemental Instruction (SI) Program, Writing and Language Center, Learning Strategies Program, and multi-disciplinary tutoring. CAPS provides a variety of services such as individual tutoring, workshops, study groups, drop-in labs, language conversation groups, SI sessions, and online assistance.

 The Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) helps all qualified students with disabilities gain equal educational access and opportunities throughout the UNM community. Faculty and academic support staff may refer students when they have disclosed pertinent information regarding a specific disability.