- academic help
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To submit or update a resource, please contact Student Affairs and Enrollment Management at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academic advisors assist students as they become self-directed learners by teaching them to develop educational plans directed toward their academic, career, and personal aspirations.
Stan Fulton Athletics Center
ASPSC provides quality educational services to ensure academic, personal and career success for all student-athletes. Highly trained Academic Coordinators work in cooperation with College Advisors in order to monitor degree progress, communicate eligibility requirements, track travel schedules, and offer pre-advising services for all student-athletes.
Access to a variety of NMSU online services are based on usernames and passwords. Migration to the new Banner Information system combines the functionality of the E-mail username and password with the old Global loginID and Password. NMSU students can activate the new credential by going to http://my.nmsu.edu and clicking on the "Register Now" button.
Educational Services Building
(575) 646-3121 or 800-662-6678
The Admissions Office provides assistance and information on admissions requirements and application to the university.
Membership to Aggie Fit is extended to all full-time undergraduate students on NMSU campus. The program offers access to both the Activity Center & Natatorium and group fitness classes and participation in intramurals.
Garcia Annex, Room 136
American Indian Program provides advising and academic assistance; sponsors cultural and social events for students; assists with job placement and job referrals. All students are eligible to use these services. Computer lab is available in Garcia Annex, Room 132, 8AM-5PM.
Aquatic Center, on Stewart Street between Locust and Williams Avenue
The Aquatic Center is NMSU's aquatic resource center. It provides the venue for intercollegiate sports, intermural sports and recreational swimming.
2nd Floor Corbett Center
The Associated Students of New Mexico State University (ASNMSU) was established as the student government in 1910 with, the purpose of serving the students of New Mexico State University. It has utilized some of the top undergraduate and graduate leaders in the southwest to shape the future of, and to establish premiere services and programs for New Mexico's university of choice.
Garcia Annex, Room 135
Black Programs provides counseling and academic assistance; maintains a library of Black Studies materials; sponsors cultural and social events for students; and assists with job placement and job referrals. All students are eligible to use services.
1400 East University
The NMSU Bookstore is your source for all course materials, official NMSU apparel and computer products at special discounted student prices.
Corbett Center Room 235
Campus Activities offers out of the classroom involvement - an essential complement to the student's academics. Leadership and personal growth opportunities are offered through student organizations, activity programming, Greek Life, and National Student Exchange and Union Program Council. This office also coordinates activities and events through the Activity Request process, administers the University Sales and Solicitation Policy, serves as liaison to the InterFaith Council and is responsible for the Student Handbook.
1st floor, Corbett Student Union
NMSU Campus Dining services the residential Taos Grand Buffet, as well as providing gourmet catering, Crossroads Food Court inside Corbett Student Union and also concessions for athletic and special events.
Corner of Breland and Stewart streets
The Campus Health Center offers outpatient primary healthcare by a staff of physicians, nurse practitioners, and other healthcare professionals. Full-time and part-time NMSU undergraduate and graduate students with valid NMSU ID and verification of enrollment are eligible for services. Fees are charged for Lab, X-ray, or Pharmacy services, as well as for any medical supplies. Insurance claim filing assistance is offered with proof of insurance and receipts. Students may obtain additional information on supplemental health insurance through the SHC Insurance Office.
The NMSU Campus Map is a number coded map which shows the layout of the NMSU campus. You can also search the map by the building codes used in registration schedules.
Zuhl Library, 2nd Level
(575) 646-6050 or (575) 646-1342
Campus Tutoring Services provides afternoon, evening, and weekend tutoring to NMSU students at no charge. Appointments are not required. For specific information about subjects, service hours, and locations, visit our website.
Canvas is a web-based, interactive, e-learning management system used by NMSU. It allows for instructors to use the Internet to deliver a course and allows for distance education students to continue in their education without being physically on the NMSU campus.
Garcia Annex, First Floor, NE Corner
The Career Exploration Center offers information to students regarding choosing career directions and majors. The Center provides individual career counseling and information on career interest assessments. Students may walk-in or schedule an appointment. All students are eligible to use services.
Garcia Annex, Room 224
Career Services offers career fairs, career advising, on-campus recruiting, practice interview sessions, resume reviews, and workshops. Information on work-integrated learning opportunities through student employment, internships and cooperative education (co-op) is available. All students are eligible to use services.
Garcia Annex, Room 138
Chicano Programs promotes and empowers student success through education and development of cultural literacy. Services include advocacy for academic, financial, and life issues. Chicano Programs also offer the use of the computer lab/lounge. Chicano Programs provides support to thirteen Hispanic student organizations. All students are eligible to use services regardless of ethnicity or race.
Find out information on both previous and upcoming graduation ceremonies.
Garcia Annex, 2nd Foor, Room 224
Cooperative Education is experienced-based learning for college students through paid employment in practical, curriculum-related work assignments. Employment plans include alternating (full-time, often multiple experiences) or parallel (part-time experience concurrent with full-time school). At NMSU, a Co-op is a formally recognized educational program designated on a student's academic transcript.
Garcia Annex, Room 100
The Counseling Center provides individual and group counseling services for students at no charge. Counseling is available for issues such as stress, eating disorders, incest, gender, and family concerns. Crisis assistance is offered on a walk-in basis. All main campus students are eligible to use services.
The course schedule is published every semester and contains important information about classes, registration, tuition, fees, and even when your final exams are scheduled. This is something to keep handy throughout the semester.
(575) 524-TAXI (8294)
Crimson Cab provides a FREE cab ride with a valid NMSU ID. Call 575.524.TAXI seven days a week from 9 pm to 5 am. Be safe, don't drink and drive.
Conroy Honors Building, Room 104
The Crimson Scholars Program is a benefits and recognition program for academically superior students who have a cumulative 3.5 GPA and are taking three or more credits per semester. Crimson Scholars receive a number of benefits. You do not need to apply to be a Crimson Scholar. At the beginning of each semester that you qualify as a Crimson Scholar, you will receive an email message confirming your status.
Milton Hall Room 185, Las Cruces, NM 88003
(575) 646-4692 or call toll free 1 (800) 821 - 1574
Distance Education at NMSU allows students physically remote from the campus and/or instructor may continue in their education. Students with limiting schedules also benefit from the freedom of distance education. Course delivery may include face-to-face interaction and/or synchronous or asynchronous written, electronic, or other media forms.
Academic Research C, 1620 Standley Ave
NMSU's Environmental, Health and Safety Office (aka Safety Office) is responsible for facilitating University safety by implementing programs that serve the students, employees and clients within the state. The objectives of NMSU's safety policy are to prevent personal injury or death, to reduce costs caused by inadequate safety procedures and to reduce environmental pollution.
The Final Examination Schedule is a comprehensive list which shows the final exam dates for the Fall 2008 semester. The only exceptions are departmental exams. Examinations will be held in the course's usual lecture/lab room. Any students having more than three examinations scheduled in any one day may notify the instructor of the last examination listed and ask for alternate arrangements to be made for examination.
Educational Services Building
The Financial Aid Office provides assistance and information on scholarships, grants, student loans, and work-study employment openings.
Corner of Wells St. and Research Ave.
The NMSU Dept. of Fire & Emergency Services (DFES) provides emergency response for the NMSU main campus. but also routinely responds to aid other departments in Dona Ana County and the City of Las Cruces. DFES also provides fire prevention and various forms of public education related to emergency services.
Find out important academic information specifically for graduate students. The catalog is meant to be kept throughout coursework work at NMSU. It contains detailed information about degree requirements and course descriptions.
Find out about the different Graduate Programs offered by NMSU and their respective requirements and deadlines. Applicants are strongly encouraged to be in contact with the department of their interest to confirm the most up-to-date requirements.
1000 E. University Avenue,Las Cruces, NM 88003
For over 20 years, the American Southwest Theatre Company has been a proud leader in bring professional guest theatre artists to Las Cruces while supporting programs that enable school children to see productions at no or low-cost. Catch a play during their exciting 2012-2013 season.
Conroy Honors Building room 104
The NMSU Honors College, New Mexico's only honors college, provides motivated undergraduate students with opportunities to enrich their academic programs. In small classes taught by master teachers, Honors students engage in lively discussion and collaborative investigation of interdisciplinary topics.
Housing and Residential Life provides a variety of on-campus housing including residence halls, apartments, townhouses, and single-family homes. Professional and student staff is accessible and specifically trained to handle personal, emotional, and academic issues.
ICT Building (Across from O'Donnell Hall, behind the New Science Hall) Room 140
ICT Customer Service provides assistance for NMSU's voice, video, data, network and Information Technology needs at NMSU. The ICT Helpdesk in Room 140 also provides walk-in support for many common software and desktop computer issues.
First Floor Corbett Center Room 137
All regularly enrolled students and Faculty/Staff are required to have an NMSU identification (ID) card. Students must present a valid ID card to university units and/or personnel to verify eligibility to access campus facilities, services, and privileges. Your ID card also works as the Aggie Cash account, for Lifestyle Membership Plans, as a library card, and as the Garcia Hall residents' access card. Your ID card also works as the Aggie Cash account, for Lifestyle Membership Plans, as a library card, and as the Garcia Hall residents' access card.
Gerald Thomas Hall, Rm. 263
The Indian Resource Development (IRD) program aims at enhancing tribal students' academic experiences. The IRD helps tribal students through a variety of professional development activities. The IRD frequently collaborates with tribes and tribal agencies on projects creating access for tribal communities to the state university.
O'Donnell Hall rm. 46
The Learning Resource Center (LRC) provides a K-12 materials library consisting of 35,000 items. LRC uses a check-out system for materials used primarily by faculty and students in the College of Education. Other resources include a variety of educational software, cameras, and MAC and PC labs available when classes are not in session.
Walden Hall, Room 101
The Math Success Center provides tutoring for all math undergraduate courses, with a special focus on services for students enrolled in Math 111, 120, 121, or 190. Tutoring services are conducted in Room 101. For information about the Math Placement Exam, please see the Website.
Garcia Annex, Room 141 and Room 144
If you are a current or prospective NMSU student who is Active Duty, Reserve, or National Guard, NMSU Military and Veterans Programs can assist you. We participate in the Department of Defense’s Tuition Assistance (TA) program and provide information to help you determine tuition assistance eligibility, amount of tuition assistance coverage, how to apply for tuition assistance, and much more. If you are a current or prospective NMSU student who is a military Veteran, a dependent or spouse of a military Veteran, or otherwise eligible for U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs education benefits, NMSU Military and Veterans Programs can assist you. We certify students for U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs education benefits for required courses that apply to Bachelors, Masters or Doctoral degree programs pursued at NMSU’s Las Cruces campus.
NMSU Museums and Galleries offer a wealth of knowledge and culture through three on-campus art galleries and the University Museum (located at Kent Hall).
myNMSU is a one stop site where students can not only check their nmsu.edu emails, but they can also register for classes, check on the status of their application for student employment, view their grade history and check on the status of their financial aid.
Here you can find a list of important dates for all students, faculty, and staff of New Mexico State University.
NMSU Libraries offer over 1 million volumes in 2 locations on campus: Zuhl Library and Branson Hall Library. Undergraduate students may borrow up to 50 books at one time. The loan period is for 3 weeks. Students must show a current NMSU ID card. Crimson Scholars are eligible to check out materials for the entire semester. In addition, any permanent New Mexico resident can check out a total of 5 books at any one time from the NMSU Libraries.
iTunes U is a free, hosted service for NMSU that provides easy access for students to their educational content, including lectures and interviews, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can download content to your Macs or PCs, listen to and view that content, or transfer it to a iPod for listening or viewing on the go. Instructors can create content for a course by recording lectures, developing assignments, creating videos and podcasts.
725 College Drive, Las Cruces, NM 88003
The NMSU Police Department is a full service, 24-hour a day police agency, complete with its own enhanced 911 emergency dispatch center, criminal investigations section, and training staff. The NMSU Police Department is responsible for all criminal and traffic law enforcement on just over 180 square miles of land owned and/or controlled by the Board of Regents of NMSU, serving a daytime campus population of over 30,000 and a residential population of around 6,000.
Here you can find various student policies concerning academic and non-academic misconduct, discipline guidelines as well as guidelines for the appeal process. You can also find other various University policies concerning film, fund-raising and even chalk writing.
Here current students, prospective students and visitors can view an interactive map of the NMSU Campus. A viewer can see a "360 degree" view of the exterior of most buildings on campus and some will also have links to view the interior of the building. In addition the blue water droplet icons can be clicked on to give you a panoramic view of several areas on campus.
Educational Services Building
The Office of the Registrar handles all admissions for NMSU. One can apply for a degree through the office, as well as order duplicate diplomas or request transcripts.
1810 E. University Ave Las Cruces, NM 88003
The Pan American Center is a 13,000 seat multi-purpose arena in Las Cruces, New Mexico, located on the campus of New Mexico State University. The arena serves as home court for the New Mexico State Aggies Men's and Women's Basketball and Women's Volleyball teams. The Pan American Center has also been a prolific host to a wide variety of concerts and special events from bullriding, NBA pre-season games, professional wrestling, and boxing matches, to the annual Las Cruces International Mariachi Conference and numerous touring Broadway productions.
The Division of Student Success Families Website helps families connect to services and departments at NMSU that can help students succeed. The Families Website answers your questions through their Frequently Asked Questions section. Families of NMSU students can also view the NMSU Academic Calendar, sign up for updates through the Family Hotline and find a link to the official NMSU Parent Guide website.
725 College Drive (at the northeast corner of College Dr. & Union Ave.)
The NMSU Parking Department is responsible for administering the parking program for NMSU. This includes issuing parking permits, enforcing parking regulations, and maintenance and development of parking lots. The free lots are indicated by a brown color on the official parking map. Permits are not required to park in free lots. Visitors may use metered spaces, obtain a free weekly visitor parking permit from the Parking Department, or obtain a free daily e-permit on-line at http://www.campusvisitor.com.
Campus can be a little scary late at night. Whether you've been studying late at the library, had a late extracurricular meeting, or if you're out late on campus for any other reason, you can always call Pete's Pickup for a safe escort to your car or dorm. Pete's Pickup will take you anywhere on campus.
The NMSU Online phonebook offers phone number and email information for the university's students, staff and faculty. It also offers the NMSU Quicklist, an alphabetical, abbreviated list of official NMSU Offices. You may also edit how your entry appears in the phone book.
1st floor Corbett Student Union
The NMSU Post Office is available for all your mailing needs, including sending letters, buying stamps or renting a P.O. Box.
1075 N. Horseshoe, Las Cruces, NM 88003
With its 512 seat capacity and newly installed state of the art sound system, performances in the Music Recital Hall are truly and excellent entertainment experience. Annual events include the Las Cruces Symphony Orchestra, ASNMSU Cultural Series, the Dona Ana Lyric Opera Series, the NMSU Choirs Series, the Power of Winds Series, the Keyboard Concert Series, and the Las Cruces Chamber Ballet's rendition of "the Nutcracker".
Open recreation and weight room facilities are available to students with a full-time ID or paid activity pass. Intramurals, outdoors recreation, and Fitness/Wellness programming is available. Published semester open recreation and weight room hours are available at the center.
Garcia Annex, Room 100
Social work services are provided for students who need help finding support and resources on campus and in the community. It is a service to help students advocate for themselves and learn to navigate university and community programs. Full and part-time undergraduate and graduate students are eligible for services. A social worker will meet with students to assess the student's areas of need and work with them to set up a plan to address those needs.
Speech Building, Room 158
Individuals with speech and/or hearing problems may be assessed and receive therapy through this office. Services are for students and their families as well as members of the community. SHC offers a language assessment for individuals with speech and language disabilities. There is a charge for some services.
STAR (Student Academic Requirements) is a degree audit system that produces reports that show a student's progress towards completing their degree. It is meant to help students in the process of choosing courses, academic planning and improve advising. STAR does not replace advising; it just helps make it faster and more meaningful. For questions concerning degree requirements, make an appointment with an advisor in your Academic Unit.
Corbett Center rm. 244
Services for Students with Disabilities is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified students in accordance with state and federal laws. SAS offers a variety of services to students with documented physical, learning, or psychological disabilities. Students must bring in documentation supporting the needed accommodation, fill out our Student Information Form, and meet with the SSD Coordinator before accommodations can be made.
Hadley Hall Room 17
The Office of Student Employment can assist students in finding part-time employment on NMSU/DACC campus. A student can find work by working as a regular student employee if he or she qualifies.
Educational Services Building
(575) 646-PETE (7383)
Student Information Management (Pete's one-stop-shop) works in partnership with the Division of Student Success and the NMSU community to provide functional, technical, and business intelligence support services for student administrative and reporting systems. Contact by email is available also: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Corbett Center, Suite 230
Student Judicial Affairs investigates and adjudicates cases of non-academic misconduct and works with the university community to ensure consistency with regard to student discipline matters. SJA develops policies related to the Student Code of Conduct, student rights and responsibilities, and other discipline-related policies and procedures. The office maintains all student records relating to both academic and non-academic student misconduct as well as databases of publications relating to student conduct issues.
Corbett Center/ASNMSU Offices
Student Legal Aid provides free legal advice and referral assistance on varying topics and issues. Students must provide a current NMSU Student ID to receive services.
You can find a list of various student organizations at NMSU. They are classified by the type of organization they are.
Hardman Hall, Room 210
The Student Success Center offers walk-in visits and appointments to help students improve study skills including time management, note taking, memory and concentration, and test preparation. Students can receive assistance with preparation for standardized tests such as the GRE and MCAT. The Student Success Center also coordinates the Freshman Year Experience Program (UNIV 150), Peer Education (UNIV 350), Tutoring, and QuickConnect. The computer lab provides Windows computers and a printer. All students are eligible to use services.
Garcia Annex, Room 143
SSS is a federally funded program that provides academic assistance to 350 participants. Assistance includes mentoring, tutoring, academic and financial aid advising. To be eligible, students must meet first generation and federal income guidelines or be a student with a disability and be registered with the SSD office at NMSU.
The Student Technology site is your one-stop source for information and instruction about technology at NMSU. Their site can be used as a starting point for new students to get a quick overview of the services and technologies that NMSU has to offer. In addition, the site can be used as a reference for computing-related questions.
Corbett Center Student Union
The student union is home to various food facilities, post office, student government, game room, computer lab, study areas, ATMs, meeting room space and administrative offices.
Garcia Annex, Room 238
The Office of Study Abroad helps NMSU undergraduate and graduate students to find international study programs for which they may earn NMSU credit and prepares them to travel abroad safely. The Office also helps incoming international exchange students to adjust to living and studying at NMSU.
2800 N Sonoma Ranch Blvd | DAEM Room 210
NMSU Testing Services has moved to Doña Ana Community College. DACC Testing Services offers information and administers a variety of State and National exams. As our client, you will have a test environment free of distractions and intimidation. Our goal is to administer exams in a pleasant, quiet, and comfortable atmosphere to help reduce any test anxiety. Our professional staff is there to assist you in both English and Spanish. They are very knowledgeable with all testing procedures. Come visit or call our office.
Registrar's Office, Educational Services Building
Official transcripts and academic records can be requested through the NMSU Registrar's Office. Student enrollment status is continually updated and unofficial transcripts and academic records are maintained for all past or present students.
Here you can find reference of most academic information for undergraduate students at NMSU. The catalog is for students to keep throughout their work at NMSU. It contains detailed information about both major and minor programs, as well as course descriptions.
Here you can find out information about all the bachelor's degree programs NMSU has to offer, listed in alphabetical order. Applicants are strongly encouraged to be in contact with the department of their interest to confirm the most up-to-date requirements.
Educational Services Building
University Accounts Receivable handles student tuition and fee billing and receivables, processes miscellaneous non-sponsored departmental accounts receivable, and operates the University's central cashiering and collection activities.
3000 Herb Wimberly Drive, Las Cruces, NM 88003
NMSU's very own championship 18 hole golf course is available all year round for hosting tournaments, leagues or just personal golfing. The Pro Shop's staff of PGA professionals also offers a large selection of golfing equipment and NMSU logo apparel.
Southwest Corner of Monagle Hall
The Wellness, Alcohol and Violence Education Program (WAVE) is a harm reduction program that educates the campus community on issues of personal safety and well-being. WAVE's Peer Educators provide fellow students with information and strategies regarding alcohol use and the prevention of sexual assault and other forms of interpersonal violence. WAVE creates bridges between campus entities to cultivate safe environments for the NMSU community and provides services and support to students.
Clara Belle Williams Hall, Room 102
The Writing Center provides one-on-one writing consultation, feedback and brainstorming assistance on any writing assignment for all undergraduate and graduate students.
Zuhl Library, 1st floor
The NMSU Zuhl Copy Center provides a fast, cost-effective and high-quality document duplicating and finishing service to the University community.