Campus Policies

NMSU Grants Campus

Academic Misconduct Policy

Students who wish to appeal a grade will need to follow the procedures outlined below. The academic appeals process requires a series of steps whether the appeal is being initiated by faculty or students. Please read the steps as described in the documents below. If you wish to proceed with an appeal, the Signature Page must be filled out completely and submitted to the Academic Misconduct Appeals Committee.

Students with Disabilities


In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), students with disabilities who need special services in the classroom or have difficulty gaining access to any university building, should contact the Vice President for Student Services at 505.287.6628. Students must self-disclose their need for accommodations. Read more

Student RIGHT-TO-KNOW and Campus Security Act

NMSU is required to provide to you information in accordance with Federal Regulation 34 CFR Part 86 of the Department of Education and the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act. You can access the information by visiting the NMSU Police Department or their website and  selecting the “Annual Reports” link on the left-hand menu. To view the most recent Annual Security Report for 2019 click here: Annual Security Report

Student Code of Conduct


The Vice President for Student Affairs (NMSU Las Cruces) establishes and enforces non-academic standards of conduct for all NMSU students. The Vice President for Student Services, Patrick Clingman, enforces conduct for the Grants campus. You may obtain information here: Student Code of Conduct or from Student Services.

Children on Campus

Children should not be left unattended or be permitted to disrupt classes. Small Wonders Child Care Center, on the NMSU Grants campus, offers childcare to students, faculty, and staff for children, ages 6 weeks to 12 years, for an established fee. Contact Small Wonders Child Care Center, 287-3868. Apply early as there is often a waiting list. The Center does not offer “drop in” care.

Title IX: Non-Discrimination Statement

Title IX of the Education and Amendments of 1972 is a federal law that prohibits sex discrimination in education. NMSU Grants has unequivocally committed itself to assure a work and learning environment with dignity and respect for the individual.
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