The NMSU Community Colleges

Chancellor • TBD

Branch Executive Director • Kenneth Van Winkle

President NMSU-Doña Ana • Monica Torres

NMSU’s Community College campuses make two years of college education available to students in their home environment. The community colleges provide a high quality program of education for all full-time and part-time students; provide occupational education; and provide noncredit community education courses.

A student attending any NMSU Community College campus is enrolled as a New Mexico State University student and may change campuses without completing additional admission procedures.

Associate Degree Graduation Requirements

Associate degree programs are offered at the NMSU Community College campuses for those desiring specialized training for employment. Community, junior, and technical college transfer students may be admitted and classified on the basis of acceptable credits at two-year institutions. The Associate in prebusiness degree, administered by the College of Business, is available to NMSU Community College campus students completing the requirements as outlined in the “College of Business” section of this catalog. Most courses required for the Associate in Applied Science degree with options in electronics technology offered at the Grants and Alamogordo campuses meet lower division requirements for the baccalaureate degree program in Electronics Engineering Technology, which is offered on the Las Cruces campus through the College of Engineering.

Math requirements in associate degree and certificate programs vary. ENGL 1110G Composition I and all developmental studies courses in English, math and reading must be completed with a grade of C- or better. Please refer to your NMSU Community College campus catalog for details. The last 15 semester credits for an associate degree must be taken in residence at NMSU or one of the NMSU Community Colleges. Degree requirements remain in effect for six years. The designation, Meritorious Graduate, is awarded to the top 15 percent of the students receiving associate degrees within each college in any one academic year, provided 45 or more credits have been completed at NMSU and/or a NMSU Community College with computable grades.

Certificate Programs

In addition to the regular degree programs offered by the NMSU Community College campuses, certificate programs are available. Students should contact the NMSU Community College campus for information on available certificate programs.

NMSU Community College Campus Information

Information concerning NMSU Community College campus programs, class schedules, catalogs, registration and other data may be obtained from the NMSU Community College campus administration.

Kenneth Van Winkle, Branch Executive Director
NMSU-Alamogordo Community College
2400 N. Scenic Dr.
Alamogordo, New Mexico 88310
Alamogordo Course Catalog
(575) 439-3696

Monica Torres, President
NMSU-Doña Ana Community College
Box 30001, Dept. 3DA
Las Cruces, New Mexico 88003
Dona Ana Course Catalog
(575) 527-7510

Kenneth Van Winkle, Branch Executive Director
NMSU-Grants Community College

1500 Third Street
Grants, New Mexico 87020
Grants Course Catalog
(505) 287-6678