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  • Otero Rebels Basketball – Third-Sixth Grade Leagues Practice Sessions – Spring 2020

    Otero Rebels Basketball – Third-Sixth Grade Leagues Practice Sessions – Spring 2020

    The 3rd-6th grade leagues will practice 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays from January 7 – March 19.

    For more information please contact Gary Sanders, , 505.639.3509

    * Dates are subject to change based on the availability of the Tays facility.

  • Dual Credit Information Sessions

    Dual Credit Information Sessions

    Students who want to participate in the Dual Credit program should plan to attend a Dual Credit Information Session. The sessions are open to students and parents to review the Dual Credit process including required paperwork, class schedules, and deadlines. Sessions are scheduled as follows:

    • November 7, 4:00pm – 5:00pm, Student Services Building, First Floor
    • November 12, 4:00pm – 5:00pm, Student Services Building, First Floor
    • December 3, 4:00pm – 5:00pm, Student Services Building, First Floor
    • December 10, 4:00pm – 5:00pm, Student Services Building, First Floor

    For more information, call 575.439.3600 or e-mail .

  • Registration Dates by Classification for Spring 2020

    Registration Dates by Classification for Spring 2020

    Crimson Scholars Seniors/Juniors — Nov 14

    Students with Disabilities — Nov 14 (Approval from Student Accessibility Service Required)

    Veterans — Nov 14

    Crimson Scholars Sophomores/Freshmen — Nov 15

    Graduate Students — Nov 18

    Seniors 90+ Credits — Nov 18

    Juniors 60-89 Credits — Nov 19

    Sophomores 28-59 Credits — Nov 20

    Freshmen 1-27 Credits — Nov 21

    Non-Degree – Nov 22

    Readmitted Students (last attended prior to Spring 2018) – Nov 22

    New Transfer Students – Dec 2

    New Students (Undergraduate and Graduate) – Dec 2

    New International Graduate Students – Dec 2

    Senior Citizens (see guidelines) – Jan 22
    https://nmsua.edu/files/uploads/nmsua-senior-registration-process.pdf

  • Active Shooter Training

    Active Shooter Training

    Stephen Lopez, NMSU Police Chief, will be offering Active Shooter Training to the Alamogordo campus on October 4, at 9:00am in the Rohovec.

    The training will last about 90 minutes.

    All are invited and encouraged to attend, including students.

  • Sixth Annual Lady of the Mountain Half Marathon

    Sixth Annual Lady of the Mountain Half Marathon

    The Sixth Annual Lady of the Mountain Half Marathon, 10K, 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run will take place on Saturday, December 14, 2019 in Alamogordo, New Mexico.

    More Information

  • At-Large Senator | Fall 2019 – Spring 2020

    At-Large Senator | Fall 2019 – Spring 2020

    Congratulations to student, John Johnson, who was confirmed as a New Mexico State University Alamogordo Student Government At-Large Senator for Fall 2019 and Spring 2020.

    The first Student Government meeting is scheduled on Friday, September 20 at 1:00 pm in the New Student Government Office, Classroom Building, CB401.

    Student Government Meetings are open meetings. All students are welcome to attend.

      Agenda:
    • Welcome by Dr. Ken Van Winkle
    • Fitness Court Presentation
    • Nominations/Election of Executive Board
    • Student Government Meeting Dates/Times
    • Date to schedule Student Government photo
    • Review of Student Organization budgets 19/20
    • Recruitment Day Event
  • Military Fee Waiver Pilot Program Continues through the end of Spring 2020

    Military Fee Waiver Pilot Program Continues through the end of Spring 2020

    Available to U.S. Active Duty, Spouses, and Dependents, Reservists and National Guard.

    Fees that are waived:

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

    Contact Student Services at 575.439.3600 for more information.

  • Aggie Pathway/Transfer Advisor Visiting NMSU-A – Thursday September 5, Noon – 3:00pm

    Aggie Pathway/Transfer Advisor Visiting NMSU-A – Thursday September 5, Noon – 3:00pm

    Rafael Delgado, Aggie Pathway/Transfer Advisor, will be at the NMSU-A Campus on Thursday September 5, from 12:00 noon-3:00 pm in the Glass House.

    The Aggie Pathway program supports students at NMSU Alamogordo as they work toward qualifying for admissions to a bachelor’s degree program at NMSU.

    The Advisor will be available to answer any questions about the Aggie Pathway Program or any information about a future transfer.

  • Otero Rebels Basketball Team Practices at NMSU-A Tays Center – Fall 2019

    Otero Rebels Basketball Team Practices at NMSU-A Tays Center – Fall 2019

    Mondays-Thursdays, 6:30pm – 8:30pm (August 19 – November 30)

    For more information please contact Gary Sanders, , 505.639.3509

    *Dates are subject to change based on the availability of the Tays facility.

  • Important Deadline for High School Dual Credit – August 15

    Important Deadline for High School Dual Credit – August 15

    The Deadline for High School Dual Credit is fast approaching. Dual Credit students must submit all required paperwork by Thursday, August 15, 5pm to be able to take 16-Week or 1st 8-Week Classes. After this date students can only sign up for the 2nd 8-Week session.

  • Free Textbook Shipping-NMSU Bookstore @ Barnes and Noble College

    Free Textbook Shipping-NMSU Bookstore @ Barnes and Noble College

    Students can order textbooks from NMSU Bookstore @ Barnes and Noble College, August 11 – August 30, with Free Shipping. Shipments will be only during the weekdays. Login to MyNMSU. Under the Student Tab, Select Registration, Term, Textbook Information. The student charge account is available now.

    Contact 575.646.4431 for more information.

    Please note that the Barnes & Noble store receives a large volume of calls at the beginning of the semester. Your patience is appreciated.

  • Degree Application Deadline for Fall 2019

    Degree Application Deadline for Fall 2019

    Degree Application Deadline for Fall 2019 is August 30. Students who will meet degree requirements at the end of fall 2019 can apply by this deadline and the application is Free!

    Students see an Advisor, Login to MyNMSU.edu, Student Tab, and select Degree Application.

    To apply for a certificate for Free: See Advisor then Go to https://nmsua.edu/student-services/application/

  • Financial Aid Important Deadlines

    Financial Aid Important Deadlines

    Financial Aid funds for Fall 2019 scheduled to be released the week classes start (August 19-23).

    Financial Aid Appeal Deadline for Fall 2019 is September 6, 2019. Appeal Packet must be completed including all supporting documentation by September 6, 5 pm without exceptions.

    Please contact Financial Aid at 575.439.3600 or for questions or assistance.

  • Extended Hours in Student Services

    Extended hours in Student Services

    August 5 through August 29

    Monday – Thursday, 8am to 6pm
    Fridays, 8am – 5pm

    Regular Hours resume Tuesday, September 3 after the Labor Day Holiday

    Monday – Friday, 8am to 5pm

  • Crimson Scholars – Spring 2019

    Crimson Scholars – Spring 2019

    The Crimson Scholar program is a recognition and enrichment program for students of exceptional academic achievement. Designation as a Crimson Scholar is placement among the top New Mexico State University students. Crimson Scholar students must be continuing undergraduate students with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher. Students must earn at least(3) GPA hours per semester, and must be degree seeking.

  • Crimson Pin Scholars – Spring 2019

    Crimson Pin Scholars – Spring 2019

    The Crimson Scholar program is a recognition and enrichment program for students of exceptional academic achievement. Designation as a Crimson Scholar is placement among the top New Mexico State University students. Crimson Scholar students must be continuing undergraduate students with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher. Students must earn at least three(3) GPA hours per semester, and must be degree seeking.

    Crimson Pins: Received after the accumulation of 24 Crimson Scholar credit hours.

    Commencement: Accumulation of 38 Crimson Scholar credit hours AND a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or above in the semester before graduation.

    Transcript Notation: Accumulation of 45 Crimson Scholar credit hours and a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or above at the end of the last semester. “Crimson Scholar Graduate” will be printed on the final transcript.

    Note: Students with a confidentiality hold will only be listed if the hold is lifted in the Admissions and Records Department that is located in the Student Services building, , 575.439.3600.

  • President’s Honors List – Spring 2019

    President’s Honors List – Spring 2019

    President’s Honor List for Academic Achievement: The top 15 percent of eligible students for the semester will be named to the President’s Honor List.

    To be eligible, a student must have been enrolled in 12 or more semester credits with a computable grade in each. Students eligible for the Spring 2019 President’s Honor List had a semester GPA of 3.93 and above.

    Note: Students with a confidentiality hold will only be listed if the hold is lifted in the Admissions and Records Department located in the Student Services building, 575.439.3600, .

  • AggieCAREER Manager is now powered by the “Handshake” system

    AggieCAREER Manager is now powered by the “Handshake” system.

    AggieCAREER Manager is now powered by the “Handshake” system to connect eligible work study students to available jobs on campus and more through their MyNMSU Launchpad.

    Students have the ability to login to review available jobs and apply. Students returning to their department as a work study are only required to provide a current Financial Aid Award (Fall 2019-Spring 2020) signed by the supervisor. For more information students can contact Human Resources Department, or call 439-3623/3697.

    NMSU-A Departments who need to fill work study positions can e-mail a job description to the Human Resources Department to post on the new system. All of the on-campus employer accounts have already been created. Please contact HR at 439-3623/3697 if you have any questions.

  • SCCORE 2019 News Release

    SCCORE 2019 News Release

    Vicente Lombraña, Jr.
    NMSU-Alamogordo NM AMP Institutional Coordinator


    Three NMSU-Alamogordo students, Jazmin Lopez, Julian McPherson, and Trever Perkins, have been selected to participate in the 2019 Summer Community College Opportunity for Research Experience (SCCORE) program. This will be Trever Perkin’s second year participating in the program.

    SCCORE, which is affiliated with the New Mexico Alliance for Minority Participation (NM AMP) program, a statewide partnership of universities and colleges funded by the National Science Foundation, targets pre-transfer, community college students majoring in STEM disciplines and provides them with an opportunity to participate in ongoing STEM research by working as research assistants for faculty mentors at host universities. The three aforementioned NMSU-Alamogordo students participating in SCCORE 2019 will be hosted by NMSU-Las Cruces, where they will live on campus, attend a credit-bearing SMET 201 class, and receive professional development training. The program will run from June 3–June 28. Participating students will be presenting their research at the annual NM AMP Student Research Conference this coming October. The conference includes a poster competition for both community college students and university students.

    For more information about the NM AMP and SCCORE programs, and the annual Student Research Conference go to https://nmamp.nmsu.edu/ , https://nmamp.nmsu.edu/sccore/, and https://nmamp.nmsu.edu/conference/, respectively, or contact Dr. Vicente Lombraña, the NMSU-Alamogordo NM AMP Institutional Coordinator at vLombran@nmsu.edu.

  • Degree and Certificate Application Deadline for Summer 2019 is July 8

    Degree and Certificate Application Deadline for Summer 2019 is July 8

    Apply by this deadline and the application is Free!

    See Advisor: Log in to MyNMSU.edu Student Tab Degree Application.


    Note: Application deadline for certificates is also July 8 and Free!

    See Advisor: Go to https://nmsua.edu/student-services/application/