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We are New Mexico’s land-grant institution and a comprehensive research university dedicated to teaching, research and service at all levels. Recognized as a top-tier university by U.S. News & World Report, NMSU is a welcoming community of talented faculty, staff and students who are working together to make a difference. As a NASA Space Grant College, a Hispanic-serving institution and home to the first Honors College in New Mexico, NMSU offers an accessible education that shapes bright futures.

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Degree Programs

Undergraduate

Find excellence in any of our degree options. Bachelor's and associates degrees are offered in a number of majors and pre-professional programs.

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Graduate

Advance your personal and professional goals at NMSU. Master’s and doctoral degrees are available through many traditional or distance based programs.

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Parents & Families

We understand the key role that family members play in students’ lives and their academic success. Our Aggie Welcome and Family Outreach Office is a support system empowering parents and families with valuable resources.

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International

Pursue your passion in a welcoming, diverse campus community. Outstanding undergraduate and graduate degree programs are available.

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Online

Learn about our flexible degree options that fit your schedule. We offer associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees through different distance education delivery methods.

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University Highlight

Nelson, Hansen receive A’ Mountain Staff Awards

New Mexico State University recognizes and presents staff members who demonstrate the NMSU core values of leadership, excellence, access, diversity and inclusion, and those who are student-centered with the “A” Mountain Staff Award every year.

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Research Highlight

Lab examines broader impacts of pesky flies

Instead of looking at flies as one of the worst ways to ruin a picnic, Brandon Smythe thinks about how flies can affect animals, especially the impact on rangeland cattle.

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