A few important reminders to new and returning students (as well as faculty and staff):
- There is a new password for the NMSU-Grants WiFi network; ask a staff member or look at the new digital signs.
- If your NMSU account password has expired, you can change it yourself by answering the challenge questions you set up. If you have problems, come to Room 122 and we can reset the password if required.
- We have a “virtual” bookstore online – order your textbooks online here.
- Don’t forget all students can download a FREE copy of the full Microsoft Office 2013 software – here’s how.
- Get in the habit of regularly checking 3 things: your NMSU email, this website, and the new digital signs.
- 6) Have a great semester!
JJ’s Snack Shack in the Cyber Cafe is now selling refillable coffee mugs. For just $25, you’ll get the mug and free refills through the Spring 2015 semester. They’re also pleased to announce an upgrade to the coffee selections. Check out their menu below. (read more…)
A representative from the El Paso Social Security office will be presenting information on social security retirement benefits on the NMSU campus on August 29, 2014. Information regarding the location/time of the presentation is on the Benefit Services website. Employees not able to attend the presentation will be able to view a recorded version of the presentation on the same website above approximately one week after the presentation. Questions regarding this event should be directed to Benefit Services at 575-646-8000 or email@example.com.
All students and faculty are invited to the fall NMSU Grants Student Welcome party from 2:00-4:00p on August 19th in the Fidel gym. There will be ice cream, free t-shirts, and students will be able to meet each other as well as faculty, and learn about academic majors and campus clubs. (read more…)
Dual Credit participants from the Healers of Tomorrow Summer Academy stand with Native Health Initiative volunteers at the conclusion of the Healing Ways workshop at UNM. The academy was funded by the Native American Serving Non-Tribal Institutions (NASNTI) federal grant. Running from July 7-17, the academy provided students with learning experiences related to college prep, CPR certification, health careers, and a field trip to the UNM Health Science Center. (read more…)