American Indian Program
American Indian Program (AIP) offers services designed to help students successfully achieve their collegiate goals. AIP provides a place on campus where students can study, use computers, or just take a break from classes.
The mission of Black Programs is to unite students of African-American, Caribbean descent by increasing the awareness and appreciation of Black history through education, cultural, social and academic programs.
Campus Health Center
The Campus Health Center for students offers out-patient primary health care with a staff of all walks of the health care field, such as physicians, nurse practitioners, and other health care professionals. Medical specialty services include nutrition and mental health services. Pharmacy, laboratory, and X-ray services are also available.
Chicano Programs is a support service that promotes and empowers all student success through education, advocacy and development of cultural literacy. Services for students include advocacy for academic, financial, and life issues.
Resource Development Program
At the Indian Resource Development Program, students are encouraged to obtain baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate degrees in Agriculture, Business, Engineering, Math, and other science-related fields. Indian Resource Development is a statewide non-profit, public service program headquartered at New Mexico State University and administered by the College of Agriculture and Home Economics in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
LibGuides: Gay and Lesbian Studies
The Gay and Lesbian Studies section of NMSU Library's LibGuides is an interdisciplinary approach to researching issues concerning the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) population. LibGuides provides research assistance, subject guides, and useful resources; all compiled by your friendly librarians!
The mission of the NMSU Counseling Center is to assist all students in developing to their fullest potential academically, socially, emotionally, and interpersonally. The Counseling Center sees that a student's academic success is dependent upon their emotional well-being, their belief in themselves, and their ability to successfully interact with the interpersonal world that surrounds them.
NMSU Trio Programs
TRiO Student Support Services helps students stay in college through specific services such as computers, tutoring, mentoring etc. The program serves 350 NMSU students who are first generation, low-income criteria, and/or have disabilities.
TRiO Educational Talent Search prepares middle and high school students for successful completion of a secondary education.
TRiO Upward Bound, federally funded by the U.S. Department of Education, prepares high school students for successful entry into, retention in, and completion of a four-year college degree.
Office of Institutional Equity
The Office of Insitutional Equity is a division of NMSU that protects student/faculty equality. Dedicated to non-discrimination and equal opportunity in education and employment, in compliance with state and federal laws, which prohibit discrimination based on race, color, national origin, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, spousal affiliation, physical or mental disability, serious medical condition, or veteran status.
Stonewall QSA (Queer Straight
Stonewall's mission is to provide Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual individuals and friends with a forum in which to meet and discuss issues of mutual concern and interest. Stonewall also organizes and promotes social and cultural events to heighten the awareness of the NMSU community with regards to issues of gay concern and acceptance.
Meetings are held every Thursday from 5pm to 6pm at La Vista Learning Center in Garcia Hall.
Stands for Wellness, Alcohol and Violence Education Program, which educates the campus on the issues of well-being and personal safety. Wave provides students with strategies and information about alcohol use, prevention of sexual assault, and other forms of interpersonal violence.
Women's Studies classes teach analytic and critical thinking through a focus on women's experiences on the social construction of gender in relation to such factors as race, ethnicity, class, sexuality, disability, and age.