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Mandatory Training for UNM Gallup

Any Branch Campus Undergraduate Student who is enrolled in 6 or more credit hours in a degree seeking program is required to take this training.

Note: Continuing students who missed the December, 2017, training deadline must attend a training session by the 3rd week of the spring 2018 semester to avoid receiving a registration hold on their student account. Students who receive a hold can have it lifted by taking a spring 2018 Grey Area session. 

To register for a UNM Gallup Campus Training, click HERE

For any specific questions regarding The Grey Area training at UNM Gallup, please contact: 

Jayme McMahon

Director of Student Affairs

Phone: 505.863.7508



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