CRIMSONNew Mexico State UniversityYOUR SUCCESSstory beginsat NMSU.We offer value, campus resources to help yousucceed and programs that get you job-ready!
YOURTo-Do ListApply for admission todaySign up for your orientationApply online at admissions.nmsu.edu/apply.There’s a 25 non-refundable application fee.Aggie Welcome and Orientation is designed to provideyou with information on essential student services,academic advisement and registration for classes. Visitawo.nmsu.edu for more information. You can beginsigning up for Orientation on December 1.Create your myNMSUstudent accountGain access to your NMSU email, the Housingapplication and the Scholar Dollar application bycreating your myNMSU account. Go to my.nmsu.edu.Apply for scholarshipsOne application for all of our scholarships – that’s allit takes! Fill out the Scholar Dollar application to putyour name in the running for college and university-widescholarships. Fill out the application every year you are anAggie! Go to scholarships.nmsu.edu.Complete your FAFSAFind out which financial aid opportunities are available byfilling out your FAFSA application! Complete the FAFSAat studentaid.gov, beginning October 1. NMSU’sFAFSA code is 002657. Priority deadline is March 1every year.Submit your test scoresOfficial ACT or SAT scores are not required for admissionfor 2022. However, it is beneficial for you to have themon file to maximize your scholarship opportunities and forMath and English placement when you enroll. NMSU’sACT code is 2638 and SAT code is 4531.Send us your transcriptsHave your final transcripts, including any dual-credittranscripts, sent to [email protected] or mailed to:Undergraduate Admissions and OrientationMSC 3ANew Mexico State UniversityP.O. Box 30001Las Cruces, NM 88003Scan Me For More Next StepsApply for housingFind out which housing options best fit your needs.Once you’re admitted, apply for housing athousing.nmsu.edu. Learn about the First-YearResidential Experience at SU/NMSU/NewMexicoState/NMSU
BE BOLD. Shape the Future.New Mexico State UniversityBE NMSU BOUNDNestled between the Organ Mountains to the eastand the Mesilla Valley to the west, NMSU is hometo more than 14,000 students from across thecountry and around the world. We are a globalcommunity, living, learning and working togetherto make this world better each day. As you beginto consider your higher education options, weinvite you to visit us at NMSU — a minority servingand Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) consistentlyranked as a top-tier university by U.S. News &World Report. We recognize that you are part ofa very special graduating class, one that has seenmany joys and unforgettable challenges. But knowthis: the NMSU community will be by your sideevery step of the way. We are all in this together!NMSU AND COVID-19Many photos in this publicationwere created prior to the COVID-19pandemic, before rules regardingmasks and social distancing, amongothers, took effect. For informationon how the NMSU community worksto stay safe, go to now.nmsu.edu.
A TOP 100INSTITUTIONFOR HISPANICS,AMONGtheBESTNMSU ENGINEERINGRANKS 12THamong U.S. BestValue EngineeringSchools 2019THE HISPANIC OUTLOOK ONEDUCATION MAGAZINE,OCTOBER 2020 ISSUEBest colleges forONLINE LEARNING,Best ValueSchools 2021A BEST GLOBALUNIVERSITY,U.S. News & WorldReport Best GlobalUniversities2021 rankingsTOP 25animation andvisual effectsprogram in thenation,Animation CareerReview 2020#22 IN THECOUNTRYFour-year public institutionscategory, for ENROLLING ANDGRADUATING WOMEN INCOMPUTER SCIENCE,Chronicle of Higher Education 2019Ranked as aTOP-TIERUNIVERSITY,U.S. News & WorldReport Best Collegesfor 2021
Finance Your EducationAt New Mexico State University, we offer a quality education at an affordable price. With reasonable tuition rates for in-state and outof-state students, NMSU consistently provides one of the best educational values in the country. We also award more than 100 millionannually in scholarships, grants, work-study funds and loans to help you pay for school.APPLY TODAY!Undergraduate AdmissionsYour journey as an Aggie begins today! The information onthese pages will help you prepare for your next steps. Keep inmind that we are here to answer any questions you may have.Go to admissions.nmsu.edu/contact to connect with yourAdmissions Advisor.To expedite admission decisions, NMSU accepts yourself-reported, weighted cumulative high school GPA on theundergraduate admission application. Submission of an ACT orSAT score is highly recommended for merit-based scholarshipconsideration.For more detailed information and to apply today, go toadmissions.nmsu.edu/apply.Freshman Admission RequirementsStudents who meet the minimum high school requirements of thestate from which they received their high school diploma mustmeet one of the following criteria in order to be admitted. Cumulative high school GPA of 2.75 ACT composite score of 21 or SAT score of 1060 Ranked in the top 20% of their graduating class2New Mexico State University Undergraduate ViewbookApplicants who meet at least one of the criteria listed on thebottom left column will be admitted to NMSU. An applicant whodoes not meet admission requirements may be admitted if a reviewof additional information indicates that the student would besuccessful at NMSU.If you are not initially offered admission to the NMSU LasCruces campus, our Aggie Pathway Program can navigate youtoward a bachelor’s degree. Aggie Pathway students may transitionto the Las Cruces campus after successful completion of 24credits and a 2.0 cumulative college GPA. For more details on thisprogram, go to aggiepathway.nmsu.edu or call 575-646-8011.Take the Exam!By taking the college entrance exam, you can further maximizeyour scholarship opportunities. Go to their websites act.orgor collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat to sign up.Remember, registration deadlines are about a month or more priorto the test date. Please plan accordingly.Cost of AttendanceTuition and FeesWe understand that a college education is a significant undertakingfor any family. Our goal is to offer an economical budget withavailable financial aid options. Approximately 99% of NMSUstudents receive some form of financial aid.We offer competitive in-state tuition to New Mexico residents.Plus, tuition for most out-of-state students is reduced to nearin-state rates through the discounts we offer. Please see chart below.NMResidentsCO and AZResidents1West TXResidents2Tuition and Fees 8,044 25,666 25,666 25,666 25,666Tuition Discount- 17,622 16,977 14,387- 8,044 8,044 8,689 11,279 25,666§Total You PayWestern U.S. Other Non-NMResidents3Residents4Colorado/Arizona Out-of-State Tuition Discount. 2135 Mile Out-of-State Tuition Discount. 3Western Undergraduate Out-of-State Tuition Discount.Residents of states other than those detailed in the chart above. See admissions.nmsu.edu/scholarships for details.§Out-of-State Competitive Tuition Discount may be available to eligible, high-achieving out-of-state residents.142021-2022 Academic Year BudgetThe example below is for the fall and spring semesters or what we refer to as an academic year.Tuition and Fees*Residence Hall†Dining Membership‡NMResidentsCO and AZResidentsWest TXResidentsWestern U.S.ResidentsOther Non-NMResidents 8,044 8,044 8,689 11,279 25,666 4,738 - 5,974 4,738 - 5,974 4,738 - 5,974 4,738 - 5,974 4,738 - 5,974 4,300 - 4,900 4,300 - 4,900 4,300 - 4,900 4,300 - 4,900 4,300 - 4,900Books and Supplies 1,240 1,240 1,240 1,240 1,240* Flat rate for 15 or more credits per semester. † Prices depend on choice of double-occupancy in a first-year residence hall. ‡ Prices depend on meal plan choices available to first-year students.See pages 6 and 7 for complete details on housing and dining.Net Price CalculatorInstitutional ScholarshipsTo begin estimating your financial aid options and determineAt NMSU, you may qualify for an institutional scholarshipbased on your admissions application and Academic Index Score.Additionally, some top scholarships require you to submit allacademic credentials and an NMSU Scholar Dollar application byDecember 1.Go to admissions.nmsu.edu/scholarships to view thecomplete list of institutional scholarships and discounts, and learnmore about deadlines and application requirements.what it may actually cost to attend NMSU, use the Net PriceCalculator at fa.nmsu.edu/npc. To get the most accurateestimate, file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid(FAFSA) to determine your Estimated Family Contribution (EFC).Federal Aid and Scholarship ApplicationsWe encourage every student to submit a Free Application forFederal Student Aid (FAFSA) at studentaid.gov, or downloadthe myStudentAid mobile app, to determine if you’re eligible forfederal and state aid. Once admitted, you can apply for additionalscholarships by completing the Scholar Dollar application atscholarships.nmsu.edu.Have Questions?Call 575-646-4105, email [email protected], or visit us atfa.nmsu.edu for more information.New Mexico State University Undergraduate Viewbook3
INTERNATIONALStudent And Scholar ServicesNMSU welcomes students from across the world to further their studies onour campus, creating a community of diversity and cultural enrichment thatenhances the educational climate for all of our students. We provide guidanceand support to our international students while they navigate their highereducation journey at NMSU. Find out more at isss.nmsu.edu.Undergraduate Application – 7 steps tobecoming an Aggie!Learn Without LimitsNMSU Online offers you affordable learning options in the form of undergraduate and graduate degrees, workshops, certificates, hybriddegrees and more! Learn from world-class faculty who provide unique learning experiences and organized delivery. You’ll have access toacademic advising, career services, a student success center and many more resources to help you along your journey.Learn more at online.nmsu.edu.12ANDCOUNTINGONLINEundergraduate programsto choose from20 ACCELERATEDAGGIE8-WEEK COURSESdesigned to fast forwardyour degreeStep 1: Check eligibility – Learn about GPA, English LanguageProficiency and other requirements.RANKED #4Step 2: Apply to NMSU – Discover how to create your NMSU accountand apply online.Best Value SchoolsBest Colleges OnlineStep 3: Submit Documents – Submit required documents to NMSU.Keep deadlines in mind!Step 4: Get Accepted – Congratulations! You’re accepted to NMSU.Let’s get started with your student visa process.Step 5: Apply to Student Visa – You must get a student visa to studyin the U.S. See checklist and timeline.Step 6: Enter the U.S. – Get your plane ticket, passport, student visaand other documents.Step 7: Prepare for Life at NMSU – Learn about housing, mealplans, insurance, orientation, class registration and so much more!Go to nmsu.life/7steps to find out more!Remember to ask us about the International Competitive Scholarship and theDescubre Tuition Discount (for eligible Mexican citizens).4New Mexico State University Undergraduate Viewbook100%FLEXIBLESTARTS AT 380.20per credit hour for anundergraduate degreeGAIN NEWSKILLSwith NMSU On-Demandcourses, credit andnot-for-credit classeswhere you can collect*micro-credentials*Micro-credentials validate skills in a studied subject through digital badges. The badges you collect as you take our courses will follow your development throughout your learning journey.Connect with us! @NMSUOnline and #NMSUOnlineNew Mexico State University Undergraduate Viewbook5
NMSU DiningCampus LivingLiving on campus offers you easy livingand a well-rounded college experience.You’ll be part of a lively residential campuscommunity with a very short commute toyour classes, eateries, activities and state-ofthe-art facilities.Meal plans at NMSU offer variety, convenience and great taste. Whether you’re looking for snacks, soups and salads, or sit-down options,our dining services are ready to provide you with a range of menus and offerings. Available first-year resident meal plans:Premium Platinum* †Juniper HallSingle OccupancySuite Double OccupancyDeluxe Suite Double Occupancy 4,900 per academic year 336 meal swipes (21 swipes per week on average) 350 dining dollarsPiñon Hall 9,280 5,974 8,364Single OccupancySuite Double Occupancy 9,066 5,665*Includes all three Premium plus Packages. †Additional dining dollars and meal swipes are available.Classic Crimson**† 4,300 per academic year 272 meal swipes (17 swipes per week on average) 200 dining dollars- Add an additional Basic plus Package for 125 per package- Add any Premium plus Package for 200 per packageOur Residence HallsFirst-year students have four dedicatedresidence halls, all equipped with thecomforts of home. All rates are per studentfor the entire academic year 2021-2022.Learn more at housing.nmsu.edu.**Includes one Basic plus Package. †Additional dining dollars and meal swipes are available.Hometown Aggies***† 3,300 per academic year 160 meal swipes (10 swipes per week on average) 100 dining dollars- Add any Basic plus Package for 125 per package- Add any Premium plus Package for 200 per packageYour key to commonhousing terms:***Only available to Doña Ana County residents. †Additional dining dollars and meal swipes are available. Single occupancy plus PACKAGESsingle private room with beverageprivate bathroom Suite* single occupancysingle room in a suite*, shared basicbathroom with the other room inthe suite* Unlimited Fountain Drinks 4 Wash-n-Fold Services** 8 Snack BoxesWithout Meal Plan 250 Unlimited Fountain Drinksin the suite* premium*Two bedrooms with a shared bathroom. 80 Premium Medium CoffeesMeal Plan Add-On RateGarcia Hall East/Garcia Hall WestRhodes Garrett HamielSingle OccupancySuite Single OccupancySuite Double OccupancySingle OccupancySuite Double Occupancy 6,396 6,396 4,738 200Your success is our top priority and we want to ensure that you are able to maximize your time while at NMSU. Living on campus providesmany benefits and rewards not found anywhere else, such as enhanced academic resources and engagement with a diverse student-body, just toname a few. All first-time, full-time undergraduate students are required to live in a university-operated residence hall for the first academic yearand purchase a meal plan. However, we understand that in some situations students may have a need to commute from their parents/guardian’shome, or have other special circumstances. To apply for housing or an exemption, go to housing.nmsu.edu/applications.Live and LearnMake the most of your time here! You can create connections with other students who share mutual academic and social interests throughour Living Learning Communities (LLC). Meet new people and develop friendships that last a lifetime. Every year, we have a variety ofLLCs to choose from. Learn more at housing.nmsu.edu/llc.Without Meal Plan 325Meal Plan Add-On Rate 125Without Meal Plan 250Meal Plan Add-On Rate 125Without Meal Plan 250 64 Robot Deliveries* 100% Off Concession Meals* 8 Wash-n-Fold Services** 16 Snack BoxesMeal Plan Add-On Rate 200Without Meal Plan 325*Delivery charge only**Bag provided 15 lbs. per bag 7,581 4,738First-Year Residential ExperienceNew Mexico State University Undergraduate Viewbook 50% Off Concession Meals* Unlimited Drip Coffeewith roommate and other room6 32 Robot Deliveries* 125shared room, shared bathroom concessions Unlimited Drip CoffeeMeal Plan Add-On Rate Suite* double occupancy amenitiesMeal Plan Add-On Rate 200Without Meal Plan 325*Limited Concessions Menu Excludes AlcoholWhat’s new?Keep an eye out for our mobile food cart called The Stache and check out our Bite app. The app allows you to view menus and sort bydietary restrictions/lifestyles, look up nutritional information, order food and gain rewards.Additional details on meal plans, plus Packages, dining dollars and meal swipes can be found at dining.nmsu.edu.
ALAMOGORDO CAMPUSGRANTS CAMPUSLEARNLAS CRUCES CAMPUSBoldlyLOS LUNAS COOPERATIVEEXTENSION OFFICEFind your journey within the New Mexico State University System, where the pathway to your success is determined byyou! Through the course of our long history, we have built a system of opportunities where multi-generational 21st-centurystudents discover who they are and who they want to be.Building upon our many strengths – comprehensive programs of education, research, extension, outreach and publicservice – we align our varied resources, expertise and know-how to meet the needs of the citizens of New Mexico and thosewho join us from beyond our state.With a satellite learning center in Albuquerque, Cooperative Extension offices located in each of the state’s 33 counties, 12agriculture research and science centers, a thriving NMSU Online community, and community college campuses located inAlamogordo, Doña Ana County and Grants, the NMSU system is well equipped to provide you with the education you needand the adventure you never knew you wanted.We invite you to join our global community. All you need to do is take that first step. Apply today!8New Mexico State University Undergraduate ViewbookDOÑA ANA COMMUNITYCOLLEGE CAMPUSFARMINGTON AGRICULTURALSCIENCE CENTER
PICTURE PERFECTOur campus reaches far and wide, 900 acres to beexact. We have open spaces with many spotson campus that include lush green grass and trees.You often see people jogging, biking or walkingtheir dogs on campus, enjoying our wonderful NewMexico scenery. There is no shortage of Instagramworthy spots on campus to share with your friendsand family. You can also share with us while youvisit, tag us @NMSU.10New Mexico State University Undergraduate ViewbookNew Mexico State University Undergraduate Viewbook11
ProgramsShape your future within any of NMSU’s exceptional academic programs. You will learn from and havethe opportunity to work alongside honored faculty in the discovery and application of new knowledge andground-breaking research. Aspire to dream big and create the extraordinary!Learn more at admissions.nmsu.edu/academics.AccountingAerospace EngineeringAgricultural and CommunityDevelopmentAgricultural and ExtensionEducationAdvanced Technology EducationAgricultural CommunicationsAgricultural Education TeachingAgricultural BiologyApplied BiologyApplied MicrobiologyEntomologyEnvironmental BiologyPest Biology and ManagementAgricultural Economics andAgricultural BusinessAgronomyAnimal ScienceAnimal IndustryScienceAnimation and Visual EffectsAnthropologyCulture and LanguageApplied StudiesZero-to-Four (Early Childhood)ArtArt HistoryMuseum ConservationStudio ArtBiochemistryBiologyChemical EngineeringChemistry12New Mexico State University Undergraduate ViewbookCivil EngineeringCommunication DisordersCommunication StudiesComputer ScienceAlgorithm TheoryArtificial IntelligenceBig Data and Data ScienceComputer NetworkingCybersecurityHuman Computer InteractionSoftware DevelopmentConservation EcologyCounseling and CommunityPsychology*Criminal Justice*CybersecurityDanceDanceSportDigital Film MakingEarly Childhood EducationEconomicsEducational LeadershipElectrical EngineeringCommunications and Signal ProcessingComputers and MicroelectronicsControl and PowerElectromagnetics and PhotonicsSpace SystemsElementary Education†Language Arts K-8Math K-8Science K-8Social Studies K-8Engineering ering Technology-CivilRenewable Energy TechnologiesTransportation TechnologyEngineering TechnologyElectronics and ComputerEngineering TechnologyInformationEngineering TechnologyMechanicalEnglishCreative WritingLiterature, Language and CultureRhetoric, Digital Media and ProfessionalCommunicationEnvironmental ScienceFamily and Consumer SciencesEducationFashion Merchandising and DesignFinanceBanking and Financial PlanningEntrepreneurial FinanceFinancial AnalystRisk Management and InsuranceFisheries and Wildlife ScienceAquatic Ecology and ManagementWildlife Ecology and ManagementFood Science and TechnologyCulinary ScienceMeat ScienceScience, Technology and EngineeringForeign LanguagesFrenchGermanSpanishGender and Sexuality Studies*General AgricultureGeneral Business*EntrepreneurshipGenetics and BiotechnologyGeographyGeographic Information Science andTechnologyHuman/Environment RelationshipsGeologyEarth and Environmental SystemsEarth Science EducationGeological otel, Restaurant and TourismManagement*Human Development and FamilyScienceHuman Nutrition and DieteticSciencesNutrition EducationPre-Dietetics/DieteticsIndividualized StudiesIndustrial EngineeringInformation and CommunicationTechnology*Information Systems*International BusinessJournalism and Media Studies*Justice, Political Philosophyand LawKinesiologyExercise SciencePerformance PsychologyPhysical EducationManagementHuman Resource ManagementProject Supply Chain ManagementSmall Business ManagementEntrepreneurshipMarketing*PGA Golf Management MathematicsActuarial Science and InsuranceApplied MathematicsFoundationsGeneral MathematicsProbability and StatisticsSecondary Mathematics EducationMechanical EngineeringMicrobiologyMusicInstrumental PerformancePiano PerformanceVocal PerformanceMusic EducationK-12 InstrumentalK-12 VocalNatural Resource Economicsand PolicyNursingPhilosophyPhysicsPsychologyPublic Health‡Range ScienceSecondary EducationGeneral ScienceLanguage ArtsMathSocial StudiesSocial WorkSociology*Soil ScienceEnvironment and ResourceManagementSoil and Water ScienceSoilsSpecial EducationElementary EducationSecondary EducationTheatre ArtsMusical TheatreTurfgrass Science andManagementASPIREFor MoreHonors CollegeThe Honors College serves students from all majors acrosscampus and provides them with small, challenging classes taughtby master teachers. Students can complete general educationrequirements as well as courses in their major and earn Honorscredit. Students have the option to live in the Honors ResidentialCommunity and the opportunity to participate in innovativeresearch, special workshops, study abroad and to compete forprestigious awards.honors.nmsu.eduMaster’s Accelerated ProgramMAP allows academically qualified students to earn botha bachelor’s and master’s degree in as little as five years.Once accepted to a program in the junior or senior year ofundergraduate work, students will continue to be charged tuitionand fees at the undergraduate rate and retain eligibility forundergraduate scholarships.nmsu.life/MAPOsteopathic MedicinePathway ProgramPre-professional ProgramsPre-professional programs are not majorsbut special programs of study for studentsof various majors who are preparing toenter a professional school.OMPP provides a unique opportunity for students interested inimproving the well-being of the diverse population of the region.At NMSU, students gain the necessary fundamental tools andknowledge in order to transition into the medical educationprogram at the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine. Thispathway offers qualified students guaranteed admission uponcompletion of all program requirements and attainment of anundergraduate ePre-pharmacyPre-physical therapyPre-veterinaryompp.nmsu.eduUNM/NMSU CooperativePharmacy ProgramThe UNM/NMSU Cooperative Pharmacy Program offers eligiblesouthern New Mexico high school seniors a path to obtaining apharmacy degree in their home state. High school students selectedduring their senior year will complete the pre-pharmacy courseworkat NMSU and then enter the University of New Mexico College ofPharmacy for the didactic phase of the PharmD curriculum.*Programs also available through distanceeducation (100% online, hybrid and interactiveTV programs). For more information go toonline.nmsu.edu.† Includes Bilingual/TESOL curriculum.‡ Distance education degree-completion program.cpp.nmsu.eduNew Mexico State University Undergraduate Viewbook13
Military andVeterans ProgramsStudent AccessibilityServicesMilitary and Veterans Programs promoteslifelong learning and professionaldevelopment for veterans, active-dutymilitary and their families. In-state tuitionis available for active-duty military,veterans, and their dependents eligible forDoD/VA education benefits or those thatare living at regional military installations.NMSU is committed to providingaccommodations and academicadjustments to ensure equal access forstudents with disabilities. Students whowish to request an accommodation oracademic adjustment for face-to-faceand online classes, practicums andinternships must follow the establishedprocedures for self-identification bycompleting the intake process with StudentAccessibility Services.mvp.nmsu.eduSUCCESSWithin ReachNMSU BookstoreNMSU academic, cultural, diversity andeducational enrichment programs are here tolend a hand.Chicano ProgramsChicano Programs empowers student success through cultural literacyand professional development. Services include advocacy for academic,financial and life issues. We also support six Hispanic studentorganizations.The American Indian Program offers all students resources to assisttheir individual needs. Through one-on-one conversations, groupevents on and off campus, we help create a meaningful community.aip.nmsu.eduBlack ProgramsStudents have access to extra services at Black Programs, such asmentoring, community service initiatives, outreach programs,individualized tutoring, academic and financial aid advisement andsponsorship for student organization events.blackprograms.nmsu.eduROTCThe Air Force and Army ROTC programs areavailable at NMSU. These programs allow youto pursue commissions while attending college.You will gain leadership skills and professionaldevelopment. For details, please contactindividual departments. Airforce ROTC, airforcerotc.nmsu.eduArmy ROTC, armyrotc.nmsu.eduCenter for Academic Advisingand Student SupportThe Center for Academic Advising and Student Support offers acentral location on campus for academic advising across all undergraduatemajors. In addition to academic planning, advisors also assist students withcareer exploration.advising.nmsu.edu14Undergraduate Viewbook New Mexico State UniversityThe NMSU Library offers access to richcontent and research-level collections in twolibrary facilities. Zuhl and Branson librarieshouse more than 1.8 million items andprovide electronic access to scholarly journalsand databases for both general academic anddiscipline-specific research.College Assistance Migrant ProgramOffice ofExperiential LearningICT Student TechnologyICT Student Technology resources include computer labs acrosscampus, free printing, technology equipment rentals, and several freedownloads including anti-virus software and Microsoft Office forpersonal devices. The ICT Help Desk provides technical assistancerelated to NMSU accounts, password resets, virus checks andconnecting to AggieAir, the campus wireless service.studenttech.nmsu.eduLGBT ProgramsLGBT Programs is committed to the wellness and success of allstudents, faculty and staff in their expression of gender and sexualityat NMSU. Advocacy, resources, education and programming isprovided to the entire campus community.lgbt.nmsu.edusas.nmsu.eduNMSU str.com/nmsustorechicano.nmsu.eduNMSU’s College Assistance Migrant Program is a state and federallyfunded program that helps migrant or seasonal farm worker studentsattend college. As a CAMP student, you will receive first-linesupport during your first year at NMSU, ensuring your pathway tograduation is successful.American Indian ProgramTextbook price matching, rentals andseamless access are available. Studentscan also look into the different digitallearning technologies, Apple Tech Store andonline shopping.services (academic and personal). Keycomponents of our services include: peermentoring, academic coaching, peertutoring, leadership workshops, financialaid and financial literacy workshops. TRIOSSS also offers Grant Aid Awards to ourmost active eligible program participants.Visit us in the Hardman-JacobsUndergraduate Learning Center, Rm. 128or call 575-646-1336.The Office of Experiential Learningenhances education through learning andapplied experiences. Students can engagewith Fortune 500 companies as well aslocal and regional employers, gain handson experience through co-ops/internships,and explore diverse experiences by studyingabroad. Learn more about CorporateRelations & Career Events, CooperativeEducation & Internships, and EducationAbroad on our website.oel.nmsu.eduTutoringStudent Success CenterNMSU’s Student Success Center is acentralized, university-wide academicsupport service for students from alldisciplines and at all levels of academicstanding. Through our programs andservices, you will increase your academicself-awareness and develop learning andstudy strategies necessary for success incollege, and achieve your full potential asan empowered, life-long learner.NMSU has several tutoring services acrosscampus that help students with a variety ofsubjects for free.campustutoring.nmsu.edussc.nmsu.eduTRIO Student SupportServices Program(TRIO SSS) - ClassicTRIO SSS is a grant funded program bythe U.S. Department of Education thatprovides services to help students remainin college and make progress towardsgraduation. We empower participantsto achieve success by providing holisticNew Mexico State University Undergraduate Viewbook15
Campus LifeLiving the best college experience means being on campus! There are many opportunities for you to enhance your overall college experience.We have many student clubs, groups and organizations and encourage you to balance your time with some healthy choices. Visit CrimsonConnection, NMSU’s student involvement platform that provides information about student events, organizations and campus activities.crimsonconnection.nmsu.eduStude
Find out which housing options best fit your needs. Once you're admitted, apply for housing at. housing.nmsu.edu. Learn about the First-Year Residential Experience at . housing.nmsu.edu/fyre . Sign up for your orientation. Aggie Welcome and Orientation is designed to provide . you with information on essential student services, academic advisement and registration for classes. Visit . awo .