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Campus Resources

Associated Students of NMSU

ASNMSU is the student government of New Mexico State University, established in 1910. They strive to serve the students of NMSU. They provide programs, services, and opportunities by utilizing money from student fees. They are a student run, led, and made organization with the sole dedication of enhancing your Aggie experience. For more information, please call 575-646-4415.

Campus Health Center

The Campus Health Center for students offers out-patient primary health care with a staff of physicians, nurse practitioners, and other health care professionals. Medical specialty services include nutrition and mental health services. Pharmacy, laboratory, and X-ray services are also available. For more information, please call 575-646-1512.

Career Services

Career Services offers a wide array of services to aid in the job search and career planning process. If you are looking for a part-time job in the Las Cruces community while you are a student, we can help with our Student Employment Service. For graduating students and alumni, many employers seek candidates for full-time employment. These job opportunities can be accessed through services offered by Professional Employment Service, such as on-campus interviews, resume referrals, or positions posted on our homepage or in our office. We also provide guidance on all the requirements necessary to apply for employment, from writing resumes and cover letters to learning the proper way to interview and how to follow up with an employer. Our services are available for one-on-one appointments or through group activities. For more information, please call 575-646-1631.

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center recognizes that a student’s academic success is dependent upon their emotional well-being, their belief in themselves, and their ability to successfully interact with the interpersonal world that surrounds them. They assist students by providing them with opportunities for self-exploration and growth, by offering needed support in times of crisis, and by providing career information and guidance. For more information, please call 575-646-2731.

Financial Aid

All applications for grants and student loans are handled through the Office of Financial Aid. Each January, the federal government issues a new Federal Application Form for Student Aid (FAFSA), which is used to apply for all types of aid. The deadline to submit a FAFSA is March 1. The Financial Aid Office offers workshops to help students decipher the form. For more information, please refer to the Financial Aid Web Site at http://fa.nmsu.edu/ or call 575-646-4105.

Graduate Student Council

The Graduate Student Council is the link between graduate students, ASNMSU, and the Graduate College. All graduate students are invited to participate in the GSC. The goals of the Graduate Student Council:

  • To serve as the voice of graduate students in university administrative committees and through state lobbying efforts
  • To facilitate communication between graduate students of various backgrounds
  • To direct student activity fee monies to Graduate Student Organizations and individuals
  • To promote student research through the Graduate Research and Arts Symposium (held every Spring Semester)
  • To encourage graduate student involvement in the university and greater Las Cruces communities

Hispanic Faculty Staff Caucus

The Hispanic Faculty Staff Caucus provides a forum for NMSU faculty, staff, and students who have common concerns, among which are to serve the NMSU community and to work toward both the recruitment and retention of Hispanic students, faculty, and staff, as well as the celebration of the diverse Hispanic cultures at NMSU.

Hispanic Council

The Hispanic Council is made up of the following student organizations:  Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA), College Assistant Migrant Program (CAMP), DESTINO, Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, LATINOS FOR EXITO! (LFE), Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (M.E.Ch.A), Mexican American Engineers and Scientists (MAES), Omega Delta Phi Fraternity, Planning and Awareness for College Education (PACE), Students for Equality, Education and Diversity (SEED), and Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE).  If you have any questions about the Hispanic Council, please contact Chicano Programs at 575-646-4206.

Math Success Center

The Math Success Center (Walden Hall, Room 101) is here to help you with any Mathematics class you may be enrolled in. They offer both mastery based and lecture based courses. Choose the one that fits your learning style. For more information, please call 575-646-5743.

Office of Institutional Equity

The Office of Insitutional Equity is a division of NMSU that protects student/faculty equality. Dedicated to non-discrimination and equal opportunity in education and employment, in compliance with state and federal laws, which prohibit discrimination based on race, color, national origin, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, spousal affiliation, physical or mental disability, serious medical condition, or veteran status. For more information, please call 575-646-3635.

Student Accessibility Services

New Mexico State University is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified NMSU students in accordance with state and federal laws. Student Accessibility Services at New Mexico State University offers a variety of services to students with documented physical, learning, or psychological disabilities. For more information, please call 575-646-6840.

Student Success Centers at Hardman Hall and Zuhl Library

The Student Success Center-Hardman can help you develop the skills you need to excel in college. They offer UNIV Courses & Mid-Semester courses, the Freshman Year Experience (FYE) course, TRiO Programs, and more.  If you are seeking information on all support services across campus, from tutoring to academic advising, the Student Success Center-Zuhl can help.  They offer Campus Tutoring Service and the QuickConnect-Early Alert and Intervention Program. For more information, please call 575-646-3136 (Hardman) or 575-646-6050 (Zuhl).

Tribal Voice Working Group

The TVWG meets eight times a year to provide a forum for NMSU’s American Indian employees to discuss issues regarding tribal students, professionals and communities.  Please contact the Indian Resource Development Program at 575-646-1126 for information, pertaining to the Tribal Voice Working Group.

Veterans Programs

Veterans Programs function is to serve as the liaison between NMSU students and the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) in Muskogee, Oklahoma.
Their duties include:

  • Certifying students for required courses which apply to a Bachelors, Masters or Doctoral degree programs (courses meeting requirements for minors are not certifiable)
  • Working with students to ensure that overpayments are not created
  • Reporting adjustments of students’ credit hours

For more information, please call 575-646-4524.

Wellness, Alcohol and Violence Education Program (WAVE)

WAVE is a harm reduction program which 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. Employing a dynamic and comprehensive plan, they create bridges between campus entities to cultivate safe environments for the NMSU community. WAVE provides services and supports to students regardless of sex, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, disability, religion or national origin. For more information, please call 575-646-2813.

Writing Center

The Writing Center is a free service available for all NMSU students. They work with writers at any level of experience. The Center is staffed by graduate assistants who teach undergraduate writing courses through the English Department. They provide one-on-one consultations at any stage of the writing process, from understanding assignment directions to revising final drafts. For more information, please call 575-646-5297.