Educational Services is a building at the east end of the International Mall, but it is also a set of offices you need to take care of the administrative side of being a student. This building houses the offices of Financial Aid, Housing and Residential Life, Registrar, University Accounts Receivable (the Cashier’s Office), and University Admissions.
The Financial Aid Office can help you with grants, loans, and work-study programs. It can also help you earn money, college credit and real-world experience through cooperative, part-time positions and internships. Don’t forget to fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form, available online.NMSU’s FAFSA code is 002657.
Housing and Residential Life
Need help with university housing? The Housing and Residential Life office can help you understand housing options, apply for housing, and request repairs.
The Office of the Registrar supports every student at New Mexico State University. The NMSU Office of the Registrar is responsible for:
- Academic Calendar
- Registration Information
- Schedule of Classes
- Departmental Curriculum Changes (CAFS)
- Degree applications & application deadlines
- Diploma ordering
- Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs
- Enrollment verification to outside agencies
- Final examination schedule
- Grade processing
- NM residency for tuition purposes
- Preservation of student academic records
- Protection of student privacy in accordance with FERPA
- Semester course schedules
- STAR degree audit
- Transfer credit evaluation
- University withdrawal
University Accounts Receivable
You can pay bills at the Cashier’s window of this office, or visit their website to pay online.
The Admissions Office helps students before they arrive at NMSU, but they also have Student Ambassadors and volunteers who help at recruiting events. This is also the office for students who want to change admission status, apply for a second degree, to apply for readmission.