Student Resources

Aggie Health & Wellness Center

The university maintains a well-equipped integrated health center on campus, providing comprehensive medical and acute care, laboratory, pharmacy, and counseling services, EAP, limited workers compensation care and health education services. Hospitalization and emergency services are available in the community. Undergraduate students are eligible for services at the Center. Main Campus students enrolled in 12 or more credits (6 in a summer session) may access the Center without an office visit fee as fees have been paid through full-time enrollment. Students enrolled for less than 12 credits (5 in summer session) may choose to pay the semester health fee of $105 or a $35 office visit fee for medical care. The Center accepts payment for medical, laboratory and pharmacy services through cash, credit card, and student account. Filing for insurance reimbursement can be done as well.

Counseling services at Aggie Health & Wellness provide students and the campus with individual, couples and group counseling, crisis intervention, outreach programs, and consultation. We assist students who are dealing with issues such as relationship concerns, depression, anxiety, stress management, trauma and self-esteem and more. In addition, the Aggie Health & Wellness also has services and resources that support harm reduction. These services include:  information concerning the decisions that surround alcohol use, sexual assault, and violence prevention; social work services, an on-campus food pantry and provides resource support for students who may need assistance with housing, insurance or other basic needs. All services are strictly confidential and are free.

The Aggie Health & Wellness Center is open Monday- Friday from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm & 1:00pm - 5:00 pm. The Center is closed during the lunch hour from 12:00 pm -1 pm during the academic year and 11:30 am - 1:00 pm when classes are not in session. The Center is located on the corner of Breland and Stewart St (3080 Breland Drive) and offers both in-person and telehealth appointments. For more information, please call (575) 646-1512 or visit the website at

Campus Dining

Food Services Options

We offer a variety of dining options across our beautiful campus to include a residential dining hall, national and local retail locations, convenience stores, a mobile food cart and the latest addition to campus dining – Robot Food Delivery! We also offer customizable catering for events large and small. Please feel free to contact us in person at our office in Corbett Center Student Union in room 130 next to Taos Dining Hall or give us a call at 575-646-4801. Food can be purchased by utilizing Dining Dollars, Aggie Cash, the NMSU Enhanced Aggie ID Card, a credit/debit card or cash. Food service locations and hours are available at For additional information, please contact the Parking & ID Card Office at (575) 646-4835, via email: , by visiting or by visiting the office located in the Follett Bookstore between 8:00am - 4:30pm, Monday thru Friday. Here is a link to our campus dining map.

Meal Plan Information

First-year, on campus freshmen are defined as resident students who have been required to attend Aggie Welcome Orientation and include recent high school graduates with any college credits. These students have the choice between the Premium Platinum, Classic Crimson or *Hometown Aggies Plans. The Meal Plan is mandatory for one academic year (unless applying for the Spring Semester only) and will be billed to the student's university account which allows for you to purchase now and pay the balance later or over time!

Any registered student is welcome to participate in the Meal Plan program whether living on or off campus to include continuing, commuter, as well as Graduate students. A variety of Meal Plan choices are available to suit anyone's needs.

To purchase a meal plan or to review policies and procedures, please visit You may also contact the Parking & ID Card Services Offices at (575)646-4835 or connect via e-mail at

To enhance your meal plan, you can visit to add brand new “+plus Packages” that will provide you with deals on beverages, amenities, and concessions! You can also add Dining Dollars with a 10% discount through

*Hometown Aggies plan is only available for students that live in Dona Ana County.

Campus Tutoring Services

Campus Tutoring Services offers NMSU students unlimited, accessible and convenient tutoring options to supplement their academic experience for our most in-demand courses on campus. Campus Tutoring offers individual and small group tutoring in-person and online via NMSU Zoom.

Campus Tutoring Services, led through a peer tutor model, enhances student’s self-belief, giving students control over learning processes and developing confidence and commitment to learning. Campus Tutoring offers a strong and integrated academic support service to students led by experienced and nationally accredited peer tutors. CTS Peer Tutors are the only College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) certified tutors that serve the entire NMSU campus.

For more information on Campus Tutoring Services, please visit us in Corbett Center Student Union, Room 206, call (575) 646-6050, or review our services at

Career Exploration and Job Search

NMSU provides students with resources for career planning through career advising as well as opportunities for work experience.

Students launch their career plans through Handshake, a career management system that offers a comprehensive array of career programs and services which can be accessed at

The following programs develop students' career goals and experience:

On-Campus Employment: Information is available for part-time employment through work-study, regular student employment, and graduate level programs. Available opportunities are advertised on Handshake at

Off-Campus Employment: Part- and full-time jobs in Las Cruces, requiring general or very specific qualifications, are listed on Handshake and candidates may contact the employers for referrals.

Cooperative Education and Internship Program: Information is available in Handshake on Cooperative Education and Internship opportunities offered by government, nonprofit organizations and business/industry. Students seeking this experiential education must register with the Cooperative Education & Internship Program Coordinator any time after their first semester on campus.

Career Fairs: Students have the opportunity to meet employers and discuss job opportunities several times a year by attending a Career Fair. Information on upcoming fairs can be found at

Career Exploration and Advising: Students can meet with their advisor to explore career and major options as well as develop job search materials such as resumes and cover letters.  More information about career development can be found at

Center for Academic Advising and Student Support

The Center for Academic Advising and Student Support (CAASS) is the central hub for academic and career advising on campus. Located in Educational Services, Suite 200, CAASS advisors teach undergraduate students how to define and achieve their academic, personal, and career goals for college. Although academic advisors help students plan for registration each semester, the primary focus of advising is supporting students as they navigate the university by explaining degree requirements, clarifying policies and procedures, and informing students of resources that will support their success. All undergraduate degree-seeking students will be assigned a CAASS academic advisor.  Students can find contact information for their advisor at or by visiting Educational Services, Suite 200 or by calling 575-646-2941. Current NMSU students can use Navigate ( to schedule academic advising appointments with their advisor. Both advising and walk-in services are available in-person or virtually via Microsoft Teams.

Cooperative Education and Internship Program

NMSU enjoys a national reputation for its Cooperative Education (Co-op) and Internship Program which contributes to students’ total educational experience. Today’s competitive employment market demands that students participate in an experiential learning experience related to their major before they complete their college degree. By participating in the Co-op / Internship Program, students integrate academic theory and practical application in an actual job. Co-op / Internship assignments provide an array of work experiences with employers in business, industry, government and nonprofit organizations.

All Co-op / Internship work assignments are for continuing full-time students and must be completed prior to graduation. For each semester (spring, summer, & fall) that a student completes an approved Co-op / Internship, a notation is placed on his/her official academic transcript. Note: In order to earn the permanent official notation on the academic transcript, required documentation must be completed and turned in on time to the Cooperative Education & Internship Program Coordinator before and after each Co-op / Internship assignment.

Students may register full-time for one or more Co-op / Internship positions throughout the U.S.; and each Co-op / Internship position will last the duration of an academic semester. While on a full-time Co-op / Internship, students are afforded full-time academic status with the university, which protects enrollment status, financial aid status, scholarship status, and other student eligibilities.

Students may also register part-time for a Co-op / Internship position, also known as a parallel Co-op / Internship. Employers are generally located within commuting distance of the university. While on a part-time Co-op/Internship, students work approximately 20 hours per week concurrently with full-time academic enrollment.

All students interested in cooperative education / internships must first register with the Cooperative Education and Internship Program, and complete all registration requirements. Required activities include accessing the student’s NMSU Handshake Account and completing an online orientation session. Students are responsible for submitting required enrollment forms, a mid-semester follow-up, and a program evaluation by both the student and employer.  International students participating in a Co-op / Internship must follow the application and approval process for Curricular Practical Training (CPT) through the International Student and Scholar Services office along with the Cooperative Education and Internship Program process. 

For additional information regarding the Cooperative Education and Internship Program contact or visit us at:

Garcia Center, Room 224
Phone: (575) 646-4115


Corbett Center Student Union

Corbett Center Student Union (CCSU) serves as the center for campus life, providing programs and services for students and other members of the university community. CCSU is a place to study, relax, meet with student groups, eat, work or play, CCSU offers students, faculty, staff and visitors a variety of services and activities. The student union is home to several student focused administrative offices including Student Involvement & Leadership Programs, Conference Services, Associated Students of NMSU (ASNMSU), Housing & Residential Life, Campus Dining Services, Dean of Students, the Tutoring Center, the student operated radio station, KRUX-FM, and the Round Up newspaper. Services offered at CCSU include an auditorium, meeting rooms, multiple dining facilities, ATMs, a computer lab, study areas, post office, and game room.

For more information contact:

Corbett Center Information Desk
MSC CC, PO Box 30001
Las Cruces, NM 88003
Phone: (575) 646-4411
Email: or

NMSU Global Campus

The Office of Digital Learning administers NMSU Global Campus, extending the reach of New Mexico State University (NMSU) beyond face-to-face traditional programs to provide opportunities for students to meet their academic, professional, and personal learning goals. NMSU Global Campus is designed to remove geographic divides nationally and internationally to meet the needs of the adult and post traditional learner looking to complete a degree. All programs are offered 100% online.

NMSU Global Campus offers 70+ programs available across the five NMSU System campuses with Associate, Applied Associate, Bachelor, Master and Doctorate degrees as well as Certificates and Graduate Certificates. NMSU Global Campus programs are delivered 100% online, and in technology-mediated formats.

Edgar R. Garrett Speech and Hearing Center

Combining instruction, evidence-based practice, state of the art technology, and service, the Edgar R. Garrett Speech and Hearing Center provides training for students in Communication Disorders and renders service to the community. Students have opportunities to participate in diagnostic evaluations and to provide therapy in the areas of speech, language, hearing, cognition, and swallowing for clients across the lifespan.

Referrals are accepted from all sources (self, medical, school, nonprofessionals). The Edgar R. Garrett Speech and Hearing Center is a fee-for-service clinic where university students, staff, faculty, and their immediate family receive a reduced rate. All services are supervised by speech-language pathologists who are licensed in New Mexico and hold the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Services are available in English and Spanish.

For further information, contact:

Edgar R. Garrett Speech and Hearing Center
MSC 3SPE, PO Box 30001
Las Cruces, New Mexico 88003-8001
Phone: (575) 646-3906
TTY: (575) 646-6191

Education Abroad

Education Abroad, a unit within the Office of Experiential Learning, assists colleges and departments with integrating education abroad into the undergraduate and graduate curriculum. Education Abroad manages support services for outbound study abroad students and inbound international exchange students. Education Abroad coordinates all international partner exchange agreements, intensive language immersion, faculty-led international programs, international student teaching programs (ISTP), as well as all credit-bearing international research, service and internships. The unit also sponsors the Education Abroad Ambassadors Club, a chartered student organization that provides support to international exchange students at NMSU.

All NMSU students, including community college students, may apply to study abroad while maintaining NMSU student status to receive regular course credit through faculty-led  international programs, distance education intensive language (DEIL) credit and teacher education credit (graded A+ through F), and/or receive transfer credit (graded CR) per regular NMSU transfer credit guidelines for all other programs. Students must have completed two full semesters of university study, maintained a 2.5+ grade-point-average, be in good academic and disciplinary standing at NMSU, and obtained the permission of their college to enroll in the program. International Business majors must receive approval from their department for study abroad to count as required in their degree plan. An Education Abroad program consisting of at least four weeks of study or university coursework earning 3 credits in a foreign country may count for a waiver of 3 credits of Viewing the Wider World (

Housing and Residential Life

Living on campus is an investment in a student's academic and social success and overall experience as an Aggie. Residents are instantly part of the campus community -- classes, the student union, activity center, library, bookstore, special events, golf course and many other campus resources are all located within walking distance. Studies show that compared to their off-campus peers, students who live on campus are more likely to: maintain higher grade point averages, use campus resources, interact more with peers and professors, and ultimately graduate within the typical four-year span.

Residency Requirement

All incoming first-time, first-year students must reside in university-operated housing or be approved for a first-year residency exemption as part of the campus enrollment process. First-year students will live in the residence halls and must reside for two consecutive semesters to satisfy this requirement (all summer/fall or fall/spring). However, there are a few reasons approved by the Board of Regents for students to be exempted from this requirement:

  • The student is living in a structured environment provided by a parent, legal guardian, or immediate family member (defined as a grandparent or aunt/uncle). Living with an adult sibling is not included in this exemption.
  • Students residing with a spouse, domestic partner, and/or dependent child(ren).
  • A student is 21 years or older, enrolled exclusively in distance education, or is active military or a military veteran.
  • Other extenuating circumstances include financial hardship or special medical accommodation.

Students are required to submit specific documentation to support each of the reasons presented above when applying for an exemption. Please visit for more information.

Application Procedures and Acceptance

To qualify for housing, the student agrees to be enrolled continuously in at least half-time or more at either the undergraduate or graduate level during the fall or spring semesters as degree-seeking. Completed applications for housing should be submitted as early as possible, preferably one regular semester in advance. Submission of housing application indicates acceptance of the terms and conditions of the applicable agreement.  Housing applications require a deposit and fee at the time of application. Certain qualifications must be met to apply for summer housing, single-student apartment and family housing.

To view the various housing options visit or contact the housing office at (575) 646-3202, or Housing and Residential Life MSC 3BB, PO Box 30001, Las Cruces NM 88003-8001.

Housing has a May 1 priority deadline for both residence hall and campus apartment contracts. Student family housing applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

The university will assign accommodations subject to available space. Assignments to a particular building, type of accommodation, specific room or apartment, single room or roommate(s) are not guaranteed.

  • The university reserves the right to change or cancel assignments in the interest of order, health, safety or discipline with appropriate written notice.
  • The university reserves the right to deny housing to any student.

Examples of reasons for denial include, but are not limited to:

  • Individuals who have felony criminal convictions that present a concern to the university community
  • Individuals who have behavioral problems which may, in the opinion of the university, negatively impact the group-living environment
  • Individuals who have been previously terminated from campus housing, or individuals who have poor rental histories

Student behavior expectations, rights, and responsibilities related to living in university-operated housing can be found at

Availability of Units for Students with Disabilities

There are a limited number of specially equipped residence hall rooms, single-student apartments and family housing units available to students with disabilities who wish to reside in campus housing. These are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Specific needs or requirements (i.e., roll-in showers, special door openers, etc.) should be discussed with the Disability Access Services on an individual basis prior to submitting an application. Disability Access Services can be reached at (575)646-6840 or by email at

Residence Halls

Residence halls offer furnished, mostly suite-style rooms, large lobbies and plenty of outdoor space. Each residence hall has its a unique character and environment, offering students a variety of choices while providing amenities, social interaction and academic support. Living Learning Communities (LLCs) are a benefit for members who live in the same hall and on the same floor with other students who share common interests. Some LLCs require enrollment in one or more academic course and/or may have additional requirements for eligibility.

More information on the extensive offerings of LLCs can be found at Inclusive Housing is offered in the residence halls for students who wish to participate in a living environment where a student can room with any other student regardless of sex, gender, gender identity/expression or sexual orientation. Alcohol is not permitted in the residence halls.

Single Student Apartments and Houses

Campus apartments and houses offer students more than just affordable housing; they offer a unique college atmosphere where neighbors share similar goals and together form an academic community unlike any found off campus. Available for second-year to graduate students, on-campus apartments and houses have the benefits of on-site staff, prompt maintenance and amenities such as a computer lab and laundromat. Living Communities (LCs) similar to 1st year LLCs are available for upperclassmen based on thematic interests. Efficiencies, one-, two- and four-bedroom options are available and include living rooms and kitchens. Apartments and houses are fully furnished and the semester rate includes utilities, streaming TV and internet connectivity. Campus apartments feature a select number of co-ed housing options, where students may share other student(s) of any gender identity. A limited number of campus houses are available for single students without a roommate and include one bedroom, a study room, kitchen, living room and bathroom.

Student Family Housing

Completed applications for Student Family Housing should be submitted at least six weeks in advance. Family Housing occupants are assigned once the application process is completed. Applications are considered incomplete and cannot be processed if requested information and supporting documents are not provided and payment of the associated fees is not received. Family Housing applicants may select six-, nine- or twelve-month agreement, with thirty (30) day notice to vacate or request for renewal, prior to an expiration of the agreement.

Family units include married couples, married couples with children, single parents with dependent children and domestic partners (as defined by NMSU Policy found at

Consideration is also given to veterans and non-traditional dependent family units.  As part of the application process, a criminal history check will be conducted for all adult occupants over the age of 18. Current residents and adult occupants over the age of 18 will undergo a criminal history check no less than once a year. In addition, a rental payment history will also be conducted. By signing the application, the applicant authorizes New Mexico State University to conduct these processes. 

Results of the criminal history checks and rental payment history may be shared with the applicant. Single-family homes include two bedrooms, a bath, kitchen and living room. Four-bedroom units include two bathrooms, a kitchen and living room. All units offer a stove and refrigerator and are unfurnished. The monthly rent includes utilities, streaming TV service, and internet connectivity. Some pets are allowed in parts of Student Family Housing, reference the pet policy at

Community Development

Housing and Residential Life develops safe and engaged communities which support students’ efforts to achieve academic success and strong social connections at New Mexico State University.

Our live-in student (Resident Assistants) and professional staff members (Resident Directors) work to meet students’ needs, and create a fun, positive experience for our residents. Residents can expect to have meaningful conversations with student staff members; enjoy myriad social, educational, and recreational events; and engage in community meetings and health and safety inspections.

Residents are encouraged to join organizations such as Hall/Community Councils, Residence Hall Association (RHA) and the National Residence Hall Honorary, or other student organizations to help shape the community experience and learn more about leadership skills. Additionally, as part of our commitment to developing a safe and engaged community in campus housing, we hold students accountable in accordance with the Student Social Code of Conduct and the NMSU Resident Handbook.

Books, Supplies, Parking and Transportation

The New Mexico State University bookstore and parking office are both conveniently located at the corner of Jordan Street and University Avenue. The bookstore provides an avenue for students to obtain assistance with purchasing required books and supplies, along with spirit wear and numerous tech and specialty items. The Parking & Transportation office assists with parking permits and transportation services questions.

ID Card Services

The NMSU Aggie ID Card is the official identification card that provides access to services offered at NMSU. The Aggie ID Card serves as a membership card for meals, Aggie Dining Dollars, Aggie Cash, Aggie Print, as a key to the residential halls, access to various buildings, proof of eligibility for access to athletic events and allows for other student services. This information is added to Aggie ID Card after registration for classes.  Please visit for more information.

Aggie Cash is a pre-paid account that allows you to use your Aggie ID Card to make purchases at locations all over campus. The NMSU Enhanced Aggie ID Card is your Aggie ID and Wells Fargo bank account all in one! The Parking & ID Card Services Office in Barnes and Noble has the information to link your Wells Fargo account to your Aggie ID. For more information please contact us at (575) 646-2306.

Information and Communication Technologies

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) provides the university community with the computing and communication resources and services that support the educational, research, and public service missions of the university. These resources include NMSU's central computing systems, the network that supports the systems and the wired and wireless functionality through which the Internet is accessed. ICT operates the student computer labs found throughout the Las Cruces campus; maintains and manages laptop, camera, and projector checkout and rental for students; provides network registration of internet connected devices which is required for access to the NMSU network; and provides student printing known as Aggie print. Information about specific resources are available at ICT also provides support for all NMSU technology users through the ICT Help Desk.

For further information, contact:

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)
MSC 3AT, PO Box 30001
Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001
Phone: (575) 646-1840

ICT's web homepage can be found at ICT’s Helpdesk webpage can be found at The helpdesk is located in room 105 of the Hardman and Jacobs Undergraduate Center. ICT’s Student Technology and Planning Department’s webpage can be found at

National Student Exchange Program

National Student Exchange (NSE), a unit within Education Abroad in the Office of Experiential Learning, offers programs at-over 180 colleges or universities across the United States, Puerto Rico, Guam, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Canada. Students pay NMSU tuition and study for a semester or academic year at an NSE campus. NSE allows students to broaden their academic, social, and cultural awareness through study in different geographical settings. To qualify for the program, an applicant must be a full-time student with a 2.5 grade-point average and must be a sophomore, junior, or senior at the time of exchange. There is a priority deadline of February 15th for the following academic year, however, many NSE colleges and universities accept students on a rolling admission basis.

Grades and credit hours earned at the host institution become part of the official NMSU transcript upon approval of the academic department and records officer. Grades are recorded according to the NMSU grading system.

New Mexico State University Library

The New Mexico State University Library offers access to research and general collections in two library facilities located in the heart of the campus. Zuhl and Branson libraries house over millions of items and provide electronic access to scholarly journals, databases, and digital collections for general academic and discipline-specific research. The Archives and Special Collections Department at Branson Library holds unique research archives and rare books related to the history and cultural heritage of New Mexico, the U.S./Mexico border region and the Southwest, as well as the original records of the university. A professional team of faculty and staff dedicated to student success provides reference assistance and research support.  A variety of quiet work areas, collaborative group spaces, and private study rooms offer a safe environment conducive to study and research.  Computers, scanners, printers, laptops, and other resources are available for students to use. The Zuhl Fuel café is a place to recharge your batteries for those marathon study sessions. More information may be found at

Office of Experiential Learning

The Office of Experiential Learning (OEL) provides comprehensive and quality hands-on learning opportunities that assists students with their experiential educational and career goals.  OEL encompasses a variety of programs including Corporate Relations and Career Events, Cooperative Education and Internship Program, Education Abroad and National Student Exchange, Community Engagement and Outreach, and the Passport Acceptance Facility.  Corporate Relations and Career Events and the Cooperative Education and Internship Program seek to foster self-direction and personal responsibility as well as assisting students with their career and employment goals by increasing knowledge through real life experiences in order to obtain gainful employment upon graduation.

Community Engagement and Outreach focuses on assisting students with opportunities to apply what they have learned in the classroom into real life settings, which lends to develop soft skills in areas such as demonstrated complexity of understanding, problem analysis, problem-solving, and critical thinking, which leads to greater academic learning, leadership skills, and personal efficacy.  When used as a way to give back through service learning and volunteering, community engagement and outreach aims at improving social responsibility and citizenship skills with hopes of Aggies continuing to have greater involvement in community engagement after graduation. 

Education Abroad and National Student Exchange provides Aggies an exciting opportunity to continue their education inside and outside of the continental U.S.  Studying abroad is great way to learn in an immersive environment as is studying in other areas in the U.S. through National Student Exchange. It is so much more than what students learn in a classroom. Education abroad gives students the opportunity to take classes in a new context as well as provides the opportunity for students to learn and understand different cultures and nationalities. Students who take advantage of education abroad experience academic and personal growth. The Office of Experiential Learning also provides students with an on campus Passport Acceptance Facility Office which provides ease of access to obtain a U. S. Passport to experience the world abroad.

Our goal is to continue to research and introduce innovative initiatives that will offer increased opportunities for Aggies to attain well-rounded experience. For more information about services offered by the Office of Experiential Learning, please call (575) 646-1631.

Office of Student Involvement and Leadership Programs (SILP)

The Office of Student Involvement and Leadership Programs (SILP) supports student success and offers involvement outside the classroom. SILP collaborates with campus and community entities to create opportunities for student engagement, individual and group leadership development, and a wide variety of campus traditions including Fort Keystone, Crimson Kickoff, and Noche de Luminarias. SILP staff train and support recognized student organizations on topics ranging from event planning to personal and professional development to funding and fiscal responsibility, manages the recognition and event registration processes, and helps all students determine where and how they can get involved at NMSU through Crimson Connection.

Areas contained within SILP include ASNMSU, Fraternity and Sorority Life, Leadership, Engagement, & Traditions, and Student Media (KRUX 91.5FM and The Round Up), as well as administrative support for all other 200+ student organizations. 

Parking Office

NMSU requires a parking permit to park in campus parking lots or curbside on streets. Parking meters require payment. Free parking is available near the Pan American Center. Parking regulations are enforced 24 hours a day with the exception of a required permit between the hours of 7:30am - 4:30pm. Disabled parking spaces, emergency/fire zones, service zones, yellow curbs and permitted housing areas are enforced 24 hours a day. The campus parking map and Parking Regulations are available at

Information on purchasing a parking permit is also available by phone at 575-646-2306, by emailing,  online at or at the Parking Department located on the second floor of the NMSU Bookstore Monday through Friday from 8am- 4:00pm. All parking permits must be purchased online at

When visiting the Parking & ID Services office, you may park for free in designated spots just south of the building. Aggie Transit is a free campus shuttle service available to all students. Bus route maps are available at

Transportation and Parking Services is responsible for issuing parking permits, developing parking lots as well as maintaining information related to the university fleet.

NMSU Police Department is responsible for enforcing NMSU parking regulations.

Disability Access Services

In compliance with the federal regulations outlined in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 2008, NMSU is committed to providing accommodations and academic adjustments to ensure equal access for students with disabilities. Students who wish to request an accommodation or academic adjustment for face-to-face and online classes, practicums and internships must follow the established procedures for self-identification by completing the application and interactive process with Disability Access Services (DAS). Our office also receives and processes housing accommodation determinations for students residing in student housing. Our office also provides test proctoring services through our testing center and offers a student resource area for studying and networking with other students on campus.

To submit an application for accommodations or for more information, please visit our website or come by the DAS office in Corbett Center Student Union:

Room. 204
MSC 4149, PO Box 30001
Las Cruces, NM 88003-0001
(575) 646-6840

Student Success Centers

The Student Success Center provides services to assist NMSU students in reaching their academic potential. The Student Success Center provides study skills assistance in such areas as: time management; memory; concentration; note taking; reading; test preparation; test taking; speed reading; critical thinking; financial wellness, as well as graduate school preparation. In addition, the Student Success Center provides career-focused services such as resume/cover letter reviews, mock interviews, and assistance with completing Handshake profiles. The services are available to students in the following formats:

  1. Individualized consultations are provided to any student who walks in at the Student Success Center
  2. Learning strategies, study-skills and career-focused workshops provide quick assistance in one-hour presentations offered throughout the semester.
  3. Professional and graduate school workshops provide development in such areas as speed reading, preparing for graduate school, preparing for the GRE Test.
  4. Student Success Center staff provide outreach presentations on learning, study-skills and career-focused topics to classes, programs and organizations on campus.
  5. Individual and group financial wellness services are provided through the Nusenda Center for Financial Capability which is housed in the Student Success Center.

For comprehensive information on all programs and services offered by the Student Success Center please visit us at the Hardman and Jacobs Undergraduate Learning Center Room 128, call (575) 646-3136, or review our services online at

Testing Services

Testing Services provides test information and registration materials for the following tests:

  • American College Testing Assessment (ACT);
  • College Level Examination Program (CLEP);
  • High School Equivalency (HSE) (GED/HiSET);
  • Graduate Record Exam (GRE);
  • Miller Analogies Test (MAT);
  • Pearson VUE Test Site;
  • PRAXIS Series;
  • Pre-Professional Skills Test (PPST);
  • New Mexico Teacher Assessments;
  • and others.
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)

For more information contact:

Testing Services
MSC 3DA, PO Box 30001
Las Cruces, NM 88003
Phone: (575) 527-7569

TRIO Student Support Services Program

The TRIO Student Support Services program offers academic and social support to ensure that program participants succeed at New Mexico State University. TRIO SSS uses a holistic approach in providing essential services to participants. Services include tutoring, mentoring, and strategies to assist participants in reaching their academic potential. Tutors and Mentors  are certified by the College Reading and Learning Association and assist participants with tutoring, developing study strategies, adjusting to college, learning and using campus resources, developing effective study skills, accessing financial aid, using academic peer pre-advising, staying motivated and dealing with personal issues associated with college.

To qualify for the program, students must be a first generation college student (neither parent received a four-year baccalaureate degree), meet income guidelines set by the US Department of Education, demonstrate an academic need or have a learning or physical disability. Admission to the TRIO Student Support Services is highly competitive with only 350 slots available for eligible students.

For comprehensive information regarding services offered by the TRIO Student Support Services Program please visit at the Student Success Center located in the Hardman and Jacobs Undergraduate Learning Center Room 128, call (575) 646-1336, or visit our website at

Undergraduate Research Programs

New Mexico State University has a variety of faculty-mentored undergraduate research opportunities through which students demonstrate knowledge gained within the classroom and apply it to scholarly research projects.  As a part of the curriculum, students may work individually with a faculty member on an independent study project or Honors capstone project; in some majors, course-based undergraduate research experience courses, or CURE courses, prepare students for advanced research projects.  The following NMSU programs engage undergraduates in faculty-mentored research: 

  • Avian Migration Research Program 
  • Arts & Sciences Discovery Scholars Program 
  • Enhancement Research Program in Ecological Sciences 
  • Fred Hutchinson Partnership for the Advancement of Cancer Research Project (PACR) 
  • iCREDITS Center for Smartgrid Technologies 
  • Maximizing Access to Research Careers (MARC) 
  • McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program
  • New Mexico Alliance for Minority Participation (AMP) 
  • New Mexico Space Grant Consortium 
  • NM IDeA Network for Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) 
  • NSF-REU: BIG Data Analytics for Cyber-Physical Systems 
  • NSF-REU: Immigration Policy and US-Mexico Border Communities 
  • NSF-REU: Jornada Basin Long-Term Ecological Research

Additional support for undergraduate researchers is available through the Aggie Innovation Space & Workshop and the Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (CURCA).  Undergraduate students seeking guidance on how to engage with the research, scholarship, and creative work of the university are encouraged to contact the Center for Undergraduate Research and Creativity at