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Areas of Study
Continuing Education

Terms and Conditions


I hereby agree and promise that I will not hold the Regents of New Mexico State University, their employees, their agents, or others who are involved in supervision or operations of activities sponsored by Continuing Education responsible for any damages and/or personal injuries which I may receive as a result of participation in Continuing Education courses.


I hereby grant to the Board of Regents of New Mexico State University, its employees, agents and assignees, the right to use photographs, video and/or digital recordings of me and materials created by me.


I attest to the fact that I have medical clearance to engage in the activities in the courses I choose to take.

ADA and Non-discriminatory Statements

Academic programs at NMSU-A are available to all students without regard to age, ancestry, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status. New Mexico State University ofrece programas educativos, actividades, materiales sin discriminación basada en edad, color, discapacidad, identidad o expresión de identidad sexual, origen nacional, raza, religion, sexo, orientación sexual, o estado de veterano.

Title IX and 504 Coordinator: Jeremy Patton 575-439-3700
ASD Coordinator: Viviane Ackall 575-439-3724

The Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available on the NMSU-A campus website at
 You can pick up a copy at the Office of Facilities, 2400 North Scenic Drive or you can request that a hard copy be mailed to you by calling 575-439-3600.​


If a refund is not requested in writing by the deadline stated, tuition payment will be forfeited.

When contacting Continuing Ed by email, letter, or FAX (575-439-3805): please include the following information: your name, course title, day(s), and time.
A $5.00 fee may be deducted at the time of the refund. Refunds may take up to 15 days to be processed.

4-Week, 5-Week, or 6-Week Classes: A refund will be granted when you request to withdraw from the class before the second class meeting.

Any class that meets less than 4 weeks: Please submit your request to withdraw five days prior to the first class.

A student enrolled as a “non-credit” student in a “credit” class (as in EMT/EMS) will be held to the same policies regarding refunds and cancellations that govern credit classes.


A full (100%) refund will be given only for classes that are cancelled by Alamogordo Continuing Education. A student enrolled as a “non-credit” student in a “credit” class (as in EMT/EMS) will be held to the same policies regarding refunds and cancellations that govern credit classes.