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  • List of Candidates for Graduation – 2019
  • Letter to Graduating Class of 2019 From the Honorable United States Senator Tom Udall

    Letter to Graduating Class of 2019 From the Honorable United States Senator Tom Udall.

    Download letter in PDF format.

  • Letter to Graduating Class of 2019 From the Honorable United States Senator Martin Heinrich

    Letter to Graduating Class of 2019 From the Honorable United States Senator Martin Heinrich.

    Download letter in PDF format.

  • Graduation Day – May 10, 2019

    Graduation Day – May 10, 2019

    Time – 6:00 pm

    Location -Tays Center

    • 4:30 pm – Early check-in for graduate photos ($10-$20 packages)
    • 4:45 pm – Graduates check-in at PACE/Adult Education Entrance
    • 5:45 pm – Graduates must be lined up in room 116/117

    • Dress code: Business casual
    • Leave personal items with guests
    • Turn of cell phones/set to quiet mode
  • Allied Health Pre-Advising

    Allied Health Pre-Advising

    Mondays and Thursdays

    2:00pm – 3:00pm

    Description: Allied Health Pre-Advising with Becky Ross, Director of Allied Health, available Mondays and Thursdays with exceptions of Spring Break and other campus holidays.

    All students choosing to take a course offered through Allied Health must meet for pre-advising with Becky Ross, Director Allied Health, prior to the registration period.

    Students should bring the following to the meeting: Driver’s license, social security card, CPR card, proof of health insurance, and proof of immunizations.

    Point of Contact: Becky Ross, bRoss@nmsu.edu, 575.439.3873

  • Degree Application Deadline for Spring 2019 is January 25

    Degree Application Deadline for Spring 2019 is January 25.

    Apply by this deadline and the application is Free!

    See Advisor, Login to MyNMSU.edu, Student Tab, Degree Application.

    Note: Application Deadline for certificates is March 4.

  • Extended Hours in Student Services

    Extended Hours in Student Services

    Student Services will have extended hours January 2-January 31, 8:00 am – 6:00, Monday through Thursday (8:00 am-5:00 pm Friday)

  • Admissions Deadline for New Students

    Admissions Deadline for New Students

    New Students must submit admissions application seven (7) business days prior to the start of classes to be admitted for the first eight-week mini semester and the 16-week semester.

    Deadline is at 5 pm. For more information please contact the Admissions Office at 575.439.3600 or admissNMSUA@nmsu.edu. All admissions applications received after that date will only allow applicants to be admitted the second eight-week semester or the following semester.

  • Open registration begins on November 26

    Open registration begins on November 26

    Spring 2019 schedules are available at http://nmsua.edu/class-schedule/.

    Students can see an advisor now for a pre-registration visit to plan for classes ahead of time.

  • Crimson Scholars – Spring 2018
  • First Day of Classes for Fall 2018 16-week and First 8-Week Sessions – August 15

    August 15: First Day of Classes for Fall 2018 16-week and First 8-Week Sessions

    August 16 is the Last Day to Add courses for these sessions WITHOUT INSTRUCTOR approval. Late Fee applies.

  • Effective immediately: Fees Waived for Active Duty, Spouses and Dependents

    Attention Active Duty, Spouses and Dependents

    Effective immediately

    • Student Activities fee – $8/credit hour Waived
    • Admissions Application fee – $20 Waived
    • Online Course fees – $25 Waived

    Effective immediately the NMSU-A Student Activities fee of $8/cr. hour and Admissions Application fee of $20 are waived for all active duty military and their spouses/dependents. Online course fees of $25/cr. hour will continue to be waived.

    Contact the Business Office at 575.439.3603 if you qualify but already paid any of these fees for the Fall 2018 semester.

  • Volleyball Camp – July 2 – 7, 2018

    NMSU Alamogordo is hosting a volleyball camp this summer from July 2 – 7. Please see below for more information.

  • Spring 2018 diplomas have been ordered.

    Spring 2018 diplomas have been ordered.

    Students can view their diploma status and order an electronic diploma online at the following link: http://commencement.nmsu.edu/diplomas/status/

    If a diploma hold exists, the student will need to contact Accounts Receivable or Financial Aid to clear the hold. Financial Aid holds are due to Exit Counseling that must be completed by the student online thru the Financial Aid website.

    After the hold is released, contact diplomas@nmsu.edu to request the diploma to be mailed. All students with holds have received an email with this information. Students can also reply to this e-mail.

  • Admissions Night 2018 – June 19

    The faculty and staff at NMSU-A would like to cordially invite you and your family to an Admissions Night where we will have admissions specialists, academic advisors and financial aid advisors available to help you take the next step to becoming an NMSU Aggie!

    Admissions Night will take place on Tuesday, June 19, 2018 from 5:30 – 7:00 pm

    in Student Services located in the George E. Fettinger building – 2nd floor. Student Services staff and faculty will be available to assist you with the following:

    • Admissions: Complete and submit an Admissions application.
    • Financial Aid: Learn about Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), New Mexico Lottery Scholarship, Bridge Scholarship for May 2018 graduates (free tuition) and Scholar Dollar$.
    • Academic Advisors: Provide information regarding Associate degree programs and assist with class scheduling.
    • Academic Programs: Faculty will be available to provide information regarding career pathways.

    Not sure which career pathway to take? Then come and talk to a faculty member regarding numerous Associate degrees we offer. Your career starts at NMSU-A!

    Download the Admissions Night Flyer (PDF)

  • NMSU-A Graduation Ceremony A Resounding Success

    The Forty-First Annual Graduation Ceremony was held at 6:00 pm on Friday, May 11, 2018 at the Tays Center at New Mexico State University Alamogordo. Graduates attending the ceremony received their commencement address from Ted Brinegar, 49th Wing Violence Prevention Integrator at Holloman AFB, and founder of Foxhole Homes, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing a sustainable housing solution for homeless military veterans.

    Rene Romo, Field Representative from the Office of U.S. Senator Tom Udall, and Cynthia Hull, Field Representative from the Office of U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich attended. Letters of congratulations from each of the senators are posted on the NMSU-A Web Site.

    Letter of Congratulations from United States Senator Tom Udall

    Letter of Congratulations from United States Senator Martin Heinrich

    Dr. Greg Fant, Associate Vice President and Deputy Provost, also attended as a representative of New Mexico State University.

    The New Mexico All-State Team members, LaPorsha Campbell and Antionette Lovato, were recognized by Ty Trujillo, Executive Director of the New Mexico Association of Community Colleges. They were presented with medallions at the January 31st annual Community College Day at the State Capitol in Santa Fe.

    Dr. Jennifer Smith, winner of the Donald C. Roush Teaching Award, led the faculty in the processional. Coy Pruett gave the “Charge to the Graduates” speech to students receiving their High School Equivalency certificates and John Hurt gave the “Charge to the Graduates” speech to the Associate Degree Candidates. Gerardo Rodriguez-Sariñana, President of the League of United Latin American Citizens Young Adult chapter at NMSU-A, served as the Student Marshal.

    The high school equivalency graduates were recognized by Maria Saenz, Director of Adult Education and the Academic Support Center.

    The graduates who attended the ceremony received Associate Degrees in Allied Health, Arts, Automotive and Hybrid Technology, Biomedical Equipment Technology, Business Office Technology, Business Management, Computing, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Education, Electronics Technology, Fine Arts, General Engineering, Graphic Design, Information Technology, Paralegal Studies, Pre-Business, Renewable Energy, Science, and Social Services. Students who received “work-force ready” Professional Certifications in EMT Basic, EMT First Responder, Nursing Assistant, and Phlebotomy Technician also received recognition.

    Four students were recognized for their Distinguished Dual Credit Achievement for earning both a high school diploma and an Associate Degree. The General Engineering graduate, Derek Wagner, received a “hard hat” at the graduation ceremony, an engineering tradition.

    Alumni were recognized at the ceremony for receiving various undergraduate degrees: Bachelors in Accountancy, General Business, Horticulture, Marketing, and Sociology.

    There were a total of 93 students who participated in this year’s commencement ceremony. This included 8 NMSU-A Adult Education students who received their High School Equivalency Certificates. This also included 20 Professional Certificate recipients, and 61 Associate Degree and 4 Bachelor Degree Candidates.

  • STEM Camp for Middle School Students – June 11-15, 2018

    We are no longer accepting applications for the STEM Camp for Middle School students.

    Here’s the information for this year’s camp:

    When:

    • June 11 – 14, 2018
      8am – 12pm
    • June 15, 2018
      8am – 1pm

    Where: New Mexico State University Alamogordo Reidlinger Science Center

    Cost: $10, each day snacks are provided, lunch is provided on Friday.

    Who: Students who will be entering grades 6 – 8, limited to 24 students.

    Payment is due by June 6th

    Hosted by: New Mexico State University Alamogordo, the 704th Test Group STEM Outreach program and Air Force STEM.

    For more information, contact Cathy Aguilar-Morgan at 575.439.3768 cAgMor@nmsu.edu

  • U.S. Senator Tom Udall’s letter to 2018 graduates

    Download United States Senator Tom Udall’s letter to the 2018 NMSU Alamogordo graduates

  • U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich’s letter to 2018 graduates

    Download United States Senator Martin Heinrich’s letter to the 2018 NMSU Alamogordo graduates

  • 2018 Graduation Information

    Please see the following for detailed information regarding NMSU Alamogordo Graduation 2018. Congratulations, Graduates!

    Graduation Day – May 11, 6:00 pm, Tays Center

    • 4:30 – 4:45 Graduates can check in at Adult Education for photographs
    • 4:45 pm – Seating for Accommodations
    • 5:00 pm – Doors open for guests
    • 5:45 pm – Graduates must be checked-in
    • 5:45 pm – Guests should be seated

    Graduation Ceremony Information Flyer

    Campus Map

    Link to watch the ceremony’s live video feed