Archive for March, 2013
New office hours for NMSU-A Student Services will provide both day and evening students better opportunities to access campus services. Beginning April 1st, Student Services hours will be:
Monday – Thursday: 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Fridays – 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
All departments will remain open during the Friday lunch hour and will add: Saturdays, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
A message from your Personal Success Advisors!
We have a new personal approach to academic and financial aid advising in Student Services!
PROACTIVE ADVISING will provide one-on-one attention to help you reach your academic goals.
|If your last name begins with:||You will see Academic Advisor||You will see Financial Aid Advisor|
|A – I||JT Taulbee||A – L Paul Aragon|
|J – R||Mendy Fowler||M – Z Jake Rardin|
|S – Z||Lesia Bryant-Gonzalez|
NMSU-Alamogordo students in ET 282, Digital Electronics, better known as ‘The Clock Class’, show off their downcounting clock projects. Built from scratch, the digital clock is used as a tool in learning combinational and sequential logic circuits. The clock, capstone of sixteen weeks of studies in digital electronics, takes about 100-120 hours to build and troubleshoot. Pictured left to right are Travis Virden, Connor Peterson, Alaric Kimmel, JerryDon Salazar, Joseph Silva, Sheri Dropinski, Michael Padilla, and Jeremiah Ryle. Not pictured is Rhiannon Mick.”
For the Clock Champions photo: “NMSU-Alamogordo ET 282 students Sheri Dropinski and Jeremiah Ryle were voted by fellow students as winners of The Clock Contest. Pictured along with Sheri and Jeremiah is Electronics Instructor Rick Hoffman. Sheri and Jeremiah present backwards counting clocks that are fully operational and neatly designed. NMSU-A’s Engineering Technology Department will display the clocks at local business and career day fairs to inform the public about educational opportunities in electronics and biomedical electronics technology.
For more information on the ET program offered at NMSU-A CLICK HERE
March 25 – 29 is Spring Break — campus hours will be 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., March 25 – 28. The campus will be CLOSED Friday, March 29 through Sunday, March 31.
On Thursday, March 14th, New Mexico State University Alamogordo staff will be reaching out to the Mescalero community when they attend Parent Teacher Night at Mescalero High School. The goal is to specifically be available to parents, students and other community members, to educate about the benefits of Dual Credit and engage the community about the advantages of post-secondary education.
Partnerships between high schools and universities have enabled high school students to earn college credits before graduating from high school, making their transition to the collegiate campus smoother and their likelihood of graduation from college greater. On Thursday, NMSUA looks to spotlight the Dual Credit program and the collegiate setting in general in the hope that it sparks the interest of students and parents alike.
Mescalero High School has already made preparations for the event. School Counselor Geri Gleason has set aside a classroom for NMSUA to use for Dual Credit classes. One such class is COLL 101. This course is designed to help first year student’s transition to college life by building a support network with other students and faculty, learn how to become a college student and learn college and life success skills that will build a foundation for academic and personal success. In addition, the classroom will serve as an office for university personnel to speak with students about degrees in pursuing lifelong goals.
Reserve Your Seat for Graduation Now!
The Thirty-Sixth Annual New Mexico State University Alamogordo graduation ceremony is scheduled on Friday, May 10, 2013 at 7:00 pm at the Tays Center.
If you applied for your degree in Summer 2012, Fall 2012 or Spring 2013 and wish to participate in the graduation ceremony, please complete the online form to reserve your seat now.
The Graduation Fair is scheduled on March 13-14 in the Barnes and Noble Bookstore located on the NMSU-A Campus. You will receive a 10% discount if you purchase at the Graduation Fair. Please see the attached flyer.
Feel free to contact the Office of the Vice President for Student Success at 575.439.3716 if you have any questions.
Reserve your seat at the following URL
El Sicario: Confessions of a Cartel Hit Man MOLLY MOLLOY WILL BE PRESENTING AT THE TOWNSEND LIBRARY STUDIO March 14, 2013 at 11:00 A.M.
El Sicario: Confessions of a Cartel Hit Man
MOLLY MOLLOY WILL BE PRESENTING AT THE TOWNSEND LIBRARY STUDIO March 14, 2013 at 11:00 A.M.
Ms. Molloy is not only a dedicated librarian at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, she is also well known as a human rights activist on Border issues. Her work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, In These Times, and on National Public Radio. You may obtain a signed copy of her book at the presentation.
El Sicario is the hidden face of America’s war on drugs: He was a contract killer for 20 years who functioned as a high ranking official in the Chihuahuan state police as well as attending FBI training courses in the U.S.
Please join us and hear about the true story of El Sicario.
CONTACT 439-3650 Townsend Library
NMSU Transfer Day, March 13!
Advisors from New Mexico State University Alamogordo Colleges of Arts and Sciences (Bachelor of Individual Studies and Bachelor of Applied Studies), Business, Criminal Justice, Engineering, Nursing, Social Work, as well as ACES and the Transfer Center will be on the NMSU Alamogordo campus on Wednesday, March 13 to speak to students planning to transfer to Las Cruces. Set up your appointment now!
Appointments can be made in the Advising Department located in the Student Services Building; however, walk-ins are welcome.
If you need more information or have questions, please contact Rose Pena or Advising at 439-3720.
Please provide this information to the students in your classes. Please note that only NMSU-A Faculty and Staff are included in “all-nmsua” or “ all-nmsua-bounces” Student e-mails are not included in these lists.
Concert on the Hill March 9th @ 7:30 PM and 10th @ 2:00 PM
AngelOrGhost (Frank Wolf) has been performing music since he was 6 years old, with much of his inspiration striking him in his dreams. His sound is very culturally inspired, from all over the world, as well as his showmanship. His performances combine original beats with a unique quality of storytelling, and theatrics. Frank feels that it is his responsibility to bring a message of positivity and true creativity to the next generation. Not only does he write and perform all his own songs, he also creates his own instruments to bring a sense of freshness to the music industry for your audial enjoyment. This is a benefit concert organized by the Rohovec Theater Guild. All proceeds will be donated to the Scholarship fund at NMSU-A.