Skip to main content
main-logo

News

Calendar
Canvas
Directory
eMail
myNMSU
News

News

  • Volleyball Volleyball Camp – July 2 – 7, 2018 (6/6/2018) - NMSU Alamogordo is hosting a volleyball camp this summer from July 2 - 7. Please see below for more information. Volleyball Camp Flyer Volleyball Camp Registration Packet Volleyball Tournament Registration Packet
  • Spring 2018 diplomas have been ordered. (6/4/2018) - 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 (5/16/2018) - 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 (5/16/2018) - 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 ...
    Continue Reading »
  • STEM Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics STEM Camp for Middle School Students – June 11-15, 2018 (5/15/2018) - 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, 20188am – 12pm June 15, 20188am – 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 (5/15/2018) - Download United States Senator Tom Udall's letter to the 2018 NMSU Alamogordo graduates
  • U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich’s letter to 2018 graduates (5/15/2018) - Download United States Senator Martin Heinrich's letter to the 2018 NMSU Alamogordo graduates
  • 2018 Graduation Information (5/10/2018) - 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
  • The NMSU School of Nursing Advisor, Alyce Kolenovsky, will be on the NMSU-A Campus (1/24/2018) - Tuesday, January 30, 2018 Appointments available: 8:30am to 12:00pm 1:00pm to 5:00pm To schedule an appointment call 575.439.3600 or e-mail Rose Peña at roseP@nmsu.edu.
  • The Fall 2017 diplomas have been ordered. (1/12/2018) - 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 releasing the hold, students will need to contact diplomas@nmsu.edu to request the diploma to be mailed or reply to the email sent to them. All students with holds have received an email with this information. Please contact us at ssNMSUA@nmsu.edu if you have any questions.
  • Jefferson and Hamilton Rap Battle and Panel Discussion (9/14/2017) - New Mexico State University at Alamogordo and Professor Kim Lopez-Gallagher’s History 201G class will present in honor of Constitution Day a Panel Discussion on the differing theories of Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton about the role of government in the U.S. Constitution. As an Introduction to the panel, a Jefferson versus Hamilton Rap Battle will take place. September 21, 2017, 1 p.m., Townsend Library Studio. Download the flyer
  • The Summer 2017 diplomas have been ordered. (8/28/2017) - Students can view their diploma status online at the following link: http://commencement.nmsu.edu/diplomas/status/ If a diploma hold exists, the student will need to contact Accounts Receivable to clear the hold. Financial Aid holds for student loans are due to Exit Counseling that must be completed by the student at https://studentloans.gov/myDirectLoan/index.action. After releasing the hold, students need to contact diplomas@nmsu.edu to request the diploma to be mailed. Please contact us at ssNMSUA@nmsu.edu if you have any questions.
  • Polar Bear Eating Ice Cream ICE CREAM + STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS = A+ COMBINATION (8/14/2017) - As many of us know, student engagement goes hand-in-hand with student success and retention. To show our support of NMSU Alamogordo student organizations and NMSU-A Student Government, there will be an ICE CREAM SPLURGE + STUDENT ORG MINI-RUSH on August 21st and 22nd from 11:30 – 1:00 on the Patio! NMSU Alamogordo Student Organizations are invited to set up tables and encourage students to sign up for special events or to get involved in their unique opportunities. FREE ICE CREAM will be shared with anyone who signs up to join an organization or who comes by to get more information! Want to be a successful student? Looking to become more engaged on Campus and in the Community? Then join us on the 21st and/or 22nd for Ice Cream and NMSU Alamogordo Student Government / Organizations!
  • Microsoft Word - Crimson Pin Scholars Spring 2017 for website Crimson Pin Scholars – Spring 2017 (7/15/2017) -
  • Microsoft Word - Continuing Crimson Scholars Fall 2017 for websi Continuing Crimson Scholars – Fall 2017 (7/15/2017) -
  • Microsoft Word - President's Honor List for website, Spring  201 President’s Honor List – Spring 2017 (7/14/2017) -
  • The Spring 2017 diplomas have been ordered (6/19/2017) - Students can view their diploma status online at the following link: http://commencement.nmsu.edu/diplomas/status/ If a diploma hold exists, the student will need to contact Accounts Receivable to clear the hold. After releasing the hold, students need to contact diplomas@nmsu.edu to request the diploma to be mailed. Please contact us if you have any questions.
  • 2017 Graduation Program (5/17/2017) - Congratulations Graduates. Please find the 2017 Graduation Program from the following link: http://nmsua.edu/files/uploads/nmsua-graduation-program-2017.pdf
  • Instructions for this year’s graduation/commencement ceremony (5/12/2017) - GRADUATION CEREMONY INSTRUCTIONSFriday, May 12, 2017 at 7:00 pmNew Mexico State University Alamogordo Tays Center Please note that the Student Services building will close at 12:00 noon on Friday, May 12 for graduation. Download the Instructions as a PDF Campus Map (Google)
  • Celebration of Excellence awards ceremony – Friday, March 31 at 6:00 pm in the Tays Center (3/13/2017) - The annual awards ceremony "Celebration of Excellence" is scheduled on Friday, March 31 at 6:00 pm in the Tays Center. Invitation letters for students receiving honors based on academic year 2016 eligibility should be received soon. Students, when you receive your invitation letter/e-mail please Go to: http://nmsua.edu/coe/ or call 575.439.3600 to reserve seats for you and your guests. Please respond by March 24 to make sure you receive your award at the ceremony. All NMSU-A students are cordially invited to attend the annual awards ceremony in support of their friends and family members who will be recognized and celebrated at this event.
  • Did you apply for graduation summer, fa16 or sp17? (3/10/2017) - Did you apply for graduation summer, fa16 or sp17? Go to https://goo.gl/cnOCaM to reserve your seat. Students who applied for their degrees and certificates (Summer 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017), and plan to participate in the NMSU-A Graduation Ceremony will have the opportunity to purchase their cap and gown at the Graduation Fair scheduled on Thursday, March 30, 2017 from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm in the Glass House. There are discounts for purchases made during the Graduation Fair. Please see the attached pricing list from Gradzilla. The Graduation Ceremony will be held on Friday, May 12, 2017 at 7:00 pm in the Tays Center. Graduates will be seated on chairs on the gym floor with faculty. If you would like to walk in the graduation ceremony on May 12, please reserve your chair at: http://nmsua.edu/student-services/form-for-graduation-ceremony/ Family, friends and other guests are welcome! Tickets are not required as bleachers will be available for them. For ADA seating arrangements or other special accommodations for you or a guest, please contact Gary Bond, Accessibility Coordinator at asdNMSUA@nmsu.edu by April 14. If you have any questions regarding the graduation ceremony, please contact Judy Garcia at judGarci@nmsu.edu or at 575.439.3716. We look forward to seeing you at this event.
  • Donating-Blood Be someone’s hero and donate blood. Thursday, February 16 (2/14/2017) - Blood Drive at NMSU-A, Thu, Feb 16 from 10:30 am-3:30 pm, Glass House, sponsored by the Social Science Club. Be someone’s hero and donate.
  • Mandatory Work Study Training (2/13/2017) - Wednesday, January 25, 10:00 am Thursday, January 26, 2:00 pm The training sessions will be held in Classroom Building, Room 201 (CB201). Work Studies will be paid for this hour of training.
  • The Fall 2016 diplomas have been ordered. (2/13/2017) - Students can view their diploma status online at the following link: http://commencement.nmsu.edu/diplomas/status/ If a diploma hold exists, the student will need to contact Accounts Receivable to clear the hold. After releasing the hold, students need to contact diplomas@nmsu.edu to request the diploma to be mailed. Students also have the option to order an eDiploma online and receive it within seconds of entering payment information.
  • Spring 2017 Classes start on January 18. Go to your MyNMSU. See your Advisor now and Register soon! (2/13/2017) - The deadline for students to charge books is January 28! Order your textbooks online now at http://nmsu-lascruces.bncollege.com. Free Ground Shipping is available until January 25. Please also check your Financial Aid status at MyNMSU. Select Banner Self Service, Financial Aid or call 575.439.3600 and ask for Financial Aid. It is important to check your status before the disbursement date which is scheduled the first week that classes start.

Request Information | Take a Tour | Register for Classes | Speak to an Advisor