Resources

Add/Drop a Class

Please contact your department.

Advisor Change

Changing academic advisors is processed through the departments

Applying for Graduation

University Student Records
(575) 646-3411
records@nmsu.edu
Educational Services Center

 

 Changing from Undeclared to Declared

Student must apply to new program. Contact the department directly for more information.

 Class Restriction

Please contact your department.

Credit Hour Appeals

Please contact your department.

Dates and Deadlines

Graduate Calendar
Academic Calendar

Degree Certification

Email gradinfo@nmsu.edu to direct you to your student program coordinator

Exam Paperwork

Graduate Forms

Fellowship Awards

Awards & Funding

 

Graduate Assistantships

For information regarding Graduate Assistantships, please contact your department.

International Student Services

International Student and Scholar Services
(575) 646-2384
International & Border Programs
(575) 646-7041
Garcia Annex

Paying Tuition

Accounts Receivable
(575) 646-4911
uar@nmsu.edu
Educational Services Center

 

Program of Study

Processed by:
Email gradinfo@nmsu.edu to direct you to your student program coordinator

Letter of Completion

Email gradinfo@nmsu.edu to direct you to your student program coordinator

 

Ordering Transcripts

University Student Records
(575) 646-3411
records@nmsu.edu
Educational Services Center

Registration Hold

Please contact the identified department.

 

 

Residency Issues

University Student Records
(575) 646-3411
records@nmsu.edu
Educational Services Center


Scheduling an Appointment with the Dean

gradinfo@nmsu.edu 

 

Student Conference Travel Awards

Conference Travel Award Form
gradinfo@nmsu.edu

 

Thesis/Dissertation Format Review

Thesis/Dissertation Format 
Milen Bartnick
mbartnic@nmsu.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

Copyright Infringement Reminder

 

NMSU is required by federal law to remind its students, faculty, and staff about copyright infringement. Some within the NMSU community take advantage of "free” (aka illegal) music and movie download services, and then find themselves faced with copyright violations, fines, and other penalties. 

 

It is against NMSU policy to illegally download copyrighted material; doing so can lead to an unwanted disciplinary event.

 

NMSU takes the illegal downloading of copyrighted material seriously, and so does the federal government.  In fact, anyone found to have infringed on a copyrighted work through illegal downloading may be liable for statutory damages of up to $30,000 for each infringed work.  If willful infringement is proven by the copyright owner, that amount may be increased to up to $150,000 for each occurrence.

  

Be smart, do not download copyrighted material without the legal right to do so.

 

For more information on copyright essentials at NMSU, including student Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), downloading copyrighted material, face-to-face classroom issues, online/distance classroom issues, fair use, and open source and creator rights, please visit https://nmsu.libguides.com/copyright .

 

You can also visit the external resources listed below for more information regarding copyright:

 

 

Other points to remember about the downloading of copyrighted materials:

 

  • Pirated software is a security risk – hackers often offer virus-infected downloads to compromise your computer and possibly NMSU data.
  • The software used for pirating copyrighted material may automatically use your computer to distribute that material to others.

 

If you have any questions regarding this notice, please do not hesitate to contact Carlos Lobato, NMSU’s Information Technology Compliance and Privacy Officer, at clobato@nmsu.edu .