Professional Licensure Disclosure


New Mexico State University (NMSU) Grants offers several programs leading to professional licensure or certification within the State of New Mexico and may also meet the requirements in other states. However, since requirements for licensure or certification vary in each state, there is no guarantee of obtaining licensure or certification outside of New Mexico.

Beginning July 1, 2020, the U.S. Department of Education requires institutions to provide information about their programs that lead to licensure or certification. Specifically, whether a program meets, does not meet, or has not yet been determined if it meets, licensure/certification requirements in all the U.S. states and territories. It’s recommended you review NMSU’s Professional Licensure Disclosures BEFORE you enroll in a program. Please be advised that state laws, regulations, and policies may change at any time, which can impact the program's ability to meet educational requirements for licensure or certification.

Due to the different state/territory licensing requirements, relocating during a program can impact a student’s ability to continue a program, meeting eligibility requirements in another state, and/or receiving financial aid. If relocating, students should contact their program to check for state authorization and licensure eligibility requirements.

For more information about programs at NMSU Grants that lead to professional licensure please see NMSU’s Professional Licensure Disclosures or contact:

Marlene Chavez-Toivanen
Vice President for Academic Affairs
marchave@nmsu.edu
(505) 287-6641