We serve the local communities in Cibola and McKinley counties, including the Acoma, Laguna, and Zuni Pueblos, Tohajiilee, San Mateo, San File, Cubero, the City of Grants, and the Village of Milan.
With our culturally diverse population, we are served with a Hispanic Serving (Title V) grant and maintain good relations with various local Native American communities. Collaboration between the university and these local communities is a notable standout for NMSU Grants.
We offer 17 two-year Associate degrees, 14 33-hour certificate programs, a full Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and transfer paths to finish your 4-year degree. And if you’re not ready for college, you can complete your GED here at NMSU Grants.
Do you work or have daytime responsibilities? We offer scheduling opportunities with evening and online classes that allow you to live your life and take the next step in your education. And all our classes feature low student-to-teacher ratios.
With tuition rates for in-district students of less than $75 per credit hour, you can’t find a better educational value than NMSU Grants.