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Welcome to MyUNM!
MyUNM is your personal gateway to UNM. The myUNM portal provides the entire campus community centralized access to University resources and the ability to customize the portal to suit their individual needs by selecting which resources are available.
 What's Inside?

LoboWeb for Students: Use LoboWeb for Registration, Grades, Financial Aid, Admissions info, etc.

To access LoboWeb for Students, log in to myUNM with your UNM NetID and password, and then click on the Student Life tab. Once there, click on the LoboWeb logo to enter.

LoboWeb for Faculty & Advisors: LoboWeb is the place for advisors to update and view advisee information, and for Faculty to get class lists, view student information, enter grades, perform registration overrides, etc.

To access LoboWeb for Faculty & Advisors, log in to myUNM with your UNM NetID and password, and then click on the Faculty Life tab. Once there, click on the LoboWeb logo to enter.

E-mail: The portal email is likely to be the preferred email application for students, or other “nomadic” style users who prefer the ability to check email via a Web interface rather than be dependent on one computer and a proprietary email application. Portal email is a robust application and you can also check email from other provider accounts with it.
Calendar: Campus community members – especially students! -- are encouraged to try out the calendar. The portal calendar is a great resource for students, classes, and groups/organizations to track schedules, tests, meetings and other events. Those on campus already using Oracle or Groupwise should continue to use those calendars to schedule University business-related meetings and events.
Groups: The Group Studio feature provides an easy-to-use Web presence for student, department, and other campus organizations. Group Studio applications include chat, where you can text chat online in real time; a message board to exchange information, and file sharing where groups can post and exchange files. Any campus organization or department that currently has its own NetID may request a Group via the Group Studio application. If an organization/department does not have its own NetID, you must first complete and return the the Organization/Departmental NetID request form to the IT Computer Accounts office.
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