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HSS Advisement

Faculty members are always happy to meet with students to help you discuss progress on your degree, plan for the upcoming semester, or to answer any question you may have about your program. Faculty advisors can also speak to you about graduate school, workforce preparation, and/or study skills. We are here to support you!

You may also set an advising appointment by contacting the Humanities & Social Sciences administrative assistant, Rachel Begay at (505) 747-2229 or rbegay@nnmc.edu

Registration for the Spring semester begins at the end October, and registration for Summer and Fall semesters begins at the end of April. If you are a declared student in Humanities & Social Sciences you will be assigned a faculty advisor who will contact you during registration season to remind you to set an appointment.

If you are not declared and would like more information, you can contact Humanities & Social Sciences, or you can contact the NNMC Advisement Center more information about academic programs.

Contact us!

Dr. Tara Lopez, Chair
Humanities & Social Sciences

(505) 747.2120

Rachel Begay
Administrative Assistant
(505) 747.2229

Advisement Center

Lisa Wilson
Director of Advisement

AD 253
(505) 747-5010
Mon-Fri, 8 am to 5 pm

Advisement Center
(505) 747-2150

Fax: (505) 747-2180

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