Two Week Spring Break, Beginning March 16

TO: All NMSU Students, faculty and staff

FROM: Chancellor Dan Arvizu

SUBJECT: NMSU announces two-week spring break for students, beginning Monday, March 16

New Mexico State University is implementing a system-wide, two-week spring break for students, beginning Monday, March 16. While coursework will not be held during these two weeks, it’s important to note that the university will remain open. On-campus housing will remain open. NMSU’s Health and Wellness Center, Corbett Center, Dining Services, Police, Fire and all other support services will remain open during this time. NMSU is in continuous communication with regional government and educational partners in response to the escalating circumstances surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19). Additional information for students, faculty and staff will be disseminated by the end of today.

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Alamogordo

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Work-Study

What is it?

Work-Study is a way for students to earn money through part-time on-campus jobs. The program gives students an opportunity to gain valuable work experience while pursuing a college degree.

What are the benefits?

  1. Keep what you earn.
    You don’t have to pay it back. Work-Study is a part-time job. This money is earned.
  2. Your paycheck won’t affect your Financial Aid eligibility.
    You have to report your Work-Study earnings on the FAFSA, but they won’t count against you in the calculation that determines your award.
  3. Work-Study jobs are convenient.
    Work is scheduled around your class schedule.
  4. Get workplace experience while earning money.
    Some jobs may be in your field of study. Learn marketable skills. Good work performance can generate good work references. Can provide good networking opportunities.

Basic Eligibility Requirements:

The Financial Aid Office provides information for work-Study positions on and off campus.

Work-Study Eligibility

  • Complete a FAFSA and demonstrate financial need
  • Have completed the admissions process
  • Enrolled as a degree-seeking student
  • Enrolled in 6 credit hours as an undergraduate student
  • Maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

When to Apply for Work-study

  • Fall/Summer semester(s): Submission requests begin in May
  • Spring semester: Submission requests begin in December

Contact NMSU-Alamogordo Human Resources for a listing of current job posting located in CB 302.

Retrieving your Award Letter:

  1. Log in to your myNMSU account
  2. Under Quick Links, select Financial Aid
  3. Click Award
  4. Select Aid Year
  5. In Award Overview, print the section under Financial Aid Award by Term
  6. Have supervisor signed award letter and return to NMSU-Alamogordo HR Office.