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NMSU to become first university to offer housing specifically designated for student veterans

January 15, 2013 by Justin Bannister, NMSU News Center New Mexico State University will become the first and only university in the nation to offer housing specifically designated for student veterans and their families transitioning out of the military and into student life. The first groups are expected to move in at the beginning of February. The Student Veterans’ Association of NMSU, a More »

NMSU set to welcome back students

August 10, 2012 by Kyle Purcell, NMSU News Center With a new semester starting, it’s time to welcome back students to New Mexico State University with Aggie Welcome and Orientation Week. Beginning Aug. 19, events will be held every night that will be both fun and helpful for new and returning students. The events are designed to help introduce and re-introduce students to college life. “ More »

NMSU welcoming students back to campus with 2011 Aggie Welcome and Orientation

August 10, 2011 by Mark Cramer, NMSU News Center As the summer winds down and the school year gears up, New Mexico State University housing officials are preparing to welcome students – especially freshmen – to campus this weekend, prior to classes beginning Aug. 18. Campus residence halls will open at 8 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 14, so that students can start moving in. The residence halls More »

LCSN: Move-in Day: NMSU students settle in

August 16, 2010. Retrieved online August 16, 2010 from Lauren E. Toney, Las Cruces Sun-News LAS CRUCES - The corridors and staircases of New Mexico State University's residence halls were bustling with life Sunday as soon-to-be freshmen trudged with boxes upon boxes of belongings, made plans with new friends and roommates and shared emotional goodbyes with family members during the university's More »

NMSU’s Housing and Residential Life to receive $88,000 rebate for energy efficiencies

August 28, 2009 by Louie Calderon NMSU NewsCenter In the past three years, New Mexico State University’s Housing and Residential Life has made several moves toward sustainability. The latest is scrapping old, energy-wasting appliances and bringing in new, more energy-efficient models – a move that has earned NMSU an $88,000 rebate from El Paso Electric Company. The rebate check will be pres More »

Living Learning Communities increase chances of student success

Aug. 14, 2007 by Bryant Million NMSU News Center Studies have shown that students are more successful when their academic experiences are integrated into their lives. So New Mexico State University’s Housing and Residential Life Department and cooperating colleges have set up several Living Learning Communities in on-campus residential areas that give participating students opportunities to i More »