Course Sunset Lists
Spring 2019 Sunset Lists
Academic Departments, Programs, and Branches:
The courses identified on the following lists have not recorded enrollment for the past 8 consecutive Fall and Spring semesters. These courses are slated to be placed into "Sunset" status in Banner by the end of this semester. Sunsetted courses are removed from the next publication of the UNM Catalog and are no longer be available for scheduling.
Affected Departments, Programs, and Branches are required to confirm Sunset on these courses, or to request an alternate status ("Deactivated", "Sunset Exception") be applied.
To find if your Department, Program, or Branch has courses identified for Sunset this semester, browse the .pdf lists below by College/School>Subject Code.
- The Robert O. Anderson School of Management
- School of Architecture and Planning
- College of Arts and Sciences
- College of Education
- School of Engineering
- College of Fine Arts
- Honors College
- School of Law
- School of Medicine
- College of Nursing
- College of Pharmacy
- College of Population Health
- School of Public Administration
- University College
- University Libraries and Learning Sciences
- Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studies
- Graduate Interdisciplinary Studies
- Branch Campuses
If you find courses under one of your subject codes listed, print the appropriate .pdf and choose your requested statuses. Department Chair, Program Director, or Branch Dean of Instruction signature is required. Return the list (with Sunset Exception request memo, if necessary) to the Registrar's office by the posted deadline.
Fall 2019 Sunset Advance Notice
The Sunset Advance Notice identifies courses that have not received enrollment for the past 7 consecutive semesters.
These courses are expected to appear on the next semester's Sunset List if they do not receive enrollment for an 8th consecutive semester.
No action regarding these courses is requested at this time. This list is provided solely for preparation and informational uses only.
Note: The Sunset Advance Notice is presented by College code, then by Subject Code and Course Number in in alpha-numeric order. Some lower-division Undergraduate courses are identified by a Main Campus College code, but are only offered at a Branch Campus.