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We are New Mexico’s land-grant institution, a comprehensive research institution of higher education dedicated to teaching, research, and service at the undergraduate and graduate levels. NMSU is a NASA Space Grant College, a Hispanic-serving institution and is home to the very first Honors College in New Mexico. We have been recognized as a top tier university on the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges for 2016 National Universities rankings.

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Students seeking bachelor's and associates degrees can choose from a number of majors and pre-professional programs.

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Students seeking master’s and doctoral degrees can choose from many traditional or distance based programs.

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NMSU System

NMSU provides learning opportunities to a diverse population of students and community members at five campuses, a satellite learning center in Albuquerque, cooperative extension offices located in each of New Mexico’s 33 counties, 12 research and science centers and through distance education.

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Research & Development

Our core research strengths include areas in agricultural and life sciences, computer science and computer and electrical engineering, space science and aerospace, and sustainability—including energy, environment and water.

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Cooperative Extension

With educational and administrative locations in every county, we continue to provide the people of New Mexico with practical, research-based knowledge and programs to improve their quality of life.

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Recent News

Fumi Arakawa and his students excavating damage in the Diamond Creek Pueblo.

Research Spotlight

Anthropology students excavate pueblo, learn life of ancient New Mexicans

New Mexico State University anthropology students spent the summer getting to know the Mimbres people who died more than a thousand years ago and helping to preserve their history. Eight NMSU students joined community volunteers for four weeks to explore and excavate areas of the South Diamond Creek Pueblo in the Gila Wilderness. “This dig gave me a better understanding of the Mimbres people, and what living life during these times was like for these people,” said Candice Disque, an anthropology graduate student in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Bernd Leinauer, Rossana Sallenave, Elena Sevostianova, Igor Moroldoev, and group of conference participants on the Lake Baikal shore.

Faculty Spotlight

NMSU faculty members speak at water research conference in Russia

Water availability affects everyone. Whether you’re in New Mexico or Siberia, everyone shares concerns about water resources. And water availability doesn’t just impact humans but aquatic ecosystems as well. Due to their expertise in irrigation water conservation and aquatic organisms, the following New Mexico State University faculty members were invited to speak at a conference in Ulan-Ude, Siberia, Russia.

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