Advisement & Help

If you prefer to see a specific advisor you MUST make an appointment with them. You may also refer to the Advisement FAQ page for answers.

Advisors

Leyna Aragon
Undergraduate & Graduate Programs
Computer Science
For last names A-L
FEC Suite 2200
Current UNM students schedule an appointment here
Non-UNM students schedule an appointment here

Lynn Conner
Undergraduate & Graduate Programs
Computer Science
For last names M-Z
FEC Suite 2200
Current UNM students schedule an appointment here
Non-UNM students schedule an appointment here

Advisement Appointments

To prepare for an advisement appointment, please do the following:

  1. Check out the Computer Science degree roadmap to see where you are in our program. The grid view provides a useful visualization of all course dependencies–all pre-requisites and co-requisites.

  2. Do a LoboTrax audit to see which degree requirements you still need to fulfill. You can find instructions on how to do this audit here.

  3. Email your faculty or staff advisor a filled-out copy of the CS degree plan which you can find here. Use your LoboTrax audit results to fill out the form, noting any requirements you haven’t yet met.

  4. Think about your academic and career goals and interests. Prepare any questions you want to ask. Are you thinking about graduate school? Our shared credit MS/BS program? Different career options? We can talk!

Tutoring

The CS Department has available tutoring for all students taking CS classes. Topics/classes area vary per semester. View the 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 scholarships@unm.edu, (505) 277-5064, and Internships and Tours tours@unm.edu,(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.