• October 23, 2021

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Center for World University Rankings Recognizes NMSU

According to the 2018/19 Center for World University Rankings, New Mexico State University has been ranked in the top 4.3 percent of institutions of higher education worldwide. With 18,000 degree-granting institutions of higher education worldwide evaluated, NMSU ranked 770th and earned a national rank of 184th this year. The Center for World University Rankings distributes […]Read More

NMSU Fire Department Ranks Among Top 3% in Nation

The New Mexico State University Fire Department has upgraded its rating by the Insurance Services Office from a 3/3X to a 2/2X rating, which is among the top 3 percent in the country. “The ISO is really the report card for a fire department,” said NMSU Fire Chief Johnny Carrillo. “It rates our response capabilities, […]Read More

NMSU Named to Top 20 Among 2017-2018 Best Online Colleges

New Mexico State University has been ranked in the top 20 as one of the most affordable online universities according to College Choice. With 50 universities nationwide being recognized, NMSU ranked 19th and is the only university in the Southwest to be recognized in the top 20. “We’re always excited when the rest of the […]Read More

Finalists Named for NMSU Chancellor Search

On Monday the New Mexico State University Board of Regents met in special session to announce the names of five finalists for the NMSU chancellor search. “I think we should all take great pride in the caliber of candidates who applied to be our university’s next chancellor,” said NMSU Regent Chair Debra Hicks. “It speaks […]Read More

Two NMSU Programs Collaborating in Community Garden Projects

Give a person a nutritious meal and you will feed him for a day. Teach him about vegetable gardening you will feed him for life. Statistically, New Mexicans face two barriers: poverty and people living in places considered a food desert. This contributes to the state’s national ranking of 48th in hunger and food insecurity. […]Read More

NMSU Partnering with Colombia to Help Local Farmers Rebuild After

New Mexico State University is helping post-conflict Colombia get back on its feet through the U.S. Agency for International Development’s Farmer-to-Farmer program. The F2F program “promotes sustainable economic growth, food security and agricultural development worldwide,” according to their website. The College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences was selected by Volunteers for Economic Growth Alliance, […]Read More

NMSU’s Domenici Conference Student Panelist Applications Now Open, Scholars Program

New Mexico State University’s Domenici Institute for Public Policy is now accepting applications for the 20-person student cohort who are tasked with asking Domenici Public Policy Conference speakers inquisitive questions. Applications are open to both undergraduate and graduate students from NMSU, Eastern New Mexico University, New Mexico Highlands University, New Mexico Institute of Mining and […]Read More

NMSU Rodeo Team Prepares for 2018 Season

Last Tuesday afternoon at New Mexico State University, a goat tying athlete practiced in the 40-degree weather, horses were exercised with steam roaring from their noses and athletes began pulling their trailers in after the break; all meaning that 2018 college rodeo season is about to heat up for a competitive year. The athletes had […]Read More

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