ASPSC provides educational services to ensure academic, personal, and career success for all student-athletes. Academic coordinators work with college advisors to monitor degree progress, communicate eligibility requirements, track travel schedules, and offer pre-advising services for all student-athletes.
American Indian Program provides advising and academic assistance, sponsors cultural and social events for students, and assists with job placement and job referrals. All students are eligible to use these services. Computer lab is available in Garcia Annex, Room 132, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Black Programs provides counseling and academic assistance, maintains a library of Black Studies materials, sponsors cultural and social events for students, and assists with job placement and job referrals. All students are eligible to use services.
Chicano Programs promotes and empowers student success through education and development of cultural literacy. Services include advocacy for academic, financial, and life issues. Chicano Programs provides support to thirteen Hispanic student organizations. All students are eligible to use services regardless of ethnicity or race.
Campus Tutoring Services provides afternoon, evening, and weekend tutoring online and face-to-face to NMSU students at no charge. Appointments are not required. For specific information about subjects, service hours, and locations, visit the website.
The NMSU Library provides a number of online services.
- Access to NMSU Library Databases
- Reference Assistance – Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Information Delivery Services
- Library Reserves
- Ask Us! Chat with a librarian, find phone numbers, or get help by email, text, or IM.
- Getting Started at the NMSU Library from the English 111 LibGuide.
The Math Success Center provides tutoring for all undergraduate math courses, with a special focus on students enrolled in Math 111, 120, 121, or 190. For information about the Math Placement Exam, please see the Website.
SAS offers a variety of services to students with documented physical, learning, or psychological disabilities. Students must bring in documentation supporting the needed accommodation, complete our Student Information Form, and meet with the SSD Coordinator before accommodations can be made.
Testing programs are coordinated through this office. Testing booklets are available in racks outside Room 237 for pick-up at any time. Registration booklets and testing schedules are available for the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, NMTA, MCAT, etc.
The SSC-Hardman offers walk-in visits and appointments to help students improve study skills including time management, note taking, memory and concentration, and test preparation; other programs assist with preparation for standardized tests such as the GRE and MCAT. The SSC-Hardman coordinates the Freshman Year Experience Program (UNIV 150) and Peer Education (UNIV 350). The computer lab provides Windows computers and a printer. All students are eligible to use services.
SSS provides academic assistance to 350 participants. Assistance includes mentoring, tutoring, and academic and financial aid advising. To be eligible, students must meet first-generation and federal income guidelines or be a student with a disability and be registered with the SSD office at NMSU.
Veterans Programs serves as the liaison between NMSU students and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs VA Regional Office. The program accepts and submits VA benefit applications, certifies students to receive VA educational benefits, verifies classes toward degree program, reports adjustments of student credit hours, and works with students to ensure no incidents of overpayment occur.
The Writing Center provides one-on-one writing consultation, feedback, and brainstorming assistance on any writing assignment for all undergraduate and graduate students.