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NMSU works to elevate online courses

Published on Aug 19, 2014 NMSU’s Online Course Improvement Program functions to support improvements in the quality of blended and online courses. August 15, 2014 by Dana Beasley, NMSU News Center With more and more college courses transitioning into online formats, New Mexico State University is working to ensure the quality of its online classes matches the quality of More »

NMSU receives $2.1 million grant renewal of College Assistance Migrant Program

Published on Mar 20, 2013 March 20, 2013 by Audry Olmsted, NMSU News Center New Mexico State University celebrated the grant renewal of a program that assists students who are migratory or seasonal farmworkers – or their children – who are enrolled in their first year of undergraduate studies. Honored during an NMSU Research Rally March 20, the College Assistance Migran More »

Barnes & Noble at NMSU grand opening celebration takes place Sept. 16-18

September 15, 2011 by Mark Cramer, NMSU News Center The new Barnes & Noble at New Mexico State University bookstore has been open more than six weeks; now that the fall textbook rush is over, the official grand opening celebration will take place Friday through Sunday, Sept. 16-18. In addition to a weekend-long sale on Aggie apparel and good deals on first-generation iPads, the store, lo More »

NMSU College of Business Today: June 30, 2011

June 30, 2011 by College of Business online newsletter for alumni NMSU Finance Management Association shines in competition The Finance Management Association chapter at New Mexico State University represented their alma mater exceptionally at their first FMA Finance Leaders’ Conference and Competition, getting fifth place overall in the competition. This is the first time NMSU’s FMA chapt More »

NMSU looks to improve efficiency and effectiveness

April 27, 2011 by Justin Bannister @NMSU NMSU is taking steps toward becoming a more efficient and effective university - one of the Goals for Success outlined by President Barbara Couture during her inaugural address last year. As part of the effort, the university's new Efficiency and Effectiveness Committee has identified an initial list of priorities, including ways to lower student text More »

NMSU PGA program director wins his tenth regional award

April 12, 2011 by Kristina Medley, NMSU News Center The director of the New Mexico State University Professional Golfers Association Golf Management™ Program won his tenth regional PGA Horton Smith Educator Award for commitment to educating current and future professional golfers. Pat Gavin has been the program director of the nationally recognized NMSU PGA Golf Management™ Program f More »

NMSU Barnes & Noble Bookstore begins textbook rental program

November 12, 2010 by Kristina Medley, NMSU News Center The New Mexico State University Barnes & Noble Bookstore has begun a textbook rental program which will allow students to rent their textbooks for less than 50 percent of the cost of purchasing a new textbook. Students will also be able to rent textbooks in the store or online, and the new program will be available on all five NMSU c More »

Students say textbook prices are out-of-hand

May 5, 2010 by Simone Del Rosario NMSU Round Up An overwhelming majority of New Mexico State University students think textbook prices on campus are too expensive, according to a scientific poll conducted by the Department of Journalism and Mass Communications. According to the poll, 75 percent of student respondents said textbook prices were too expensive, while 15 percent said they were accep More »

Web site takes textbook-buying to the iLevel

August 19, 2009 by Kristina Medley NMSU Round Up makes saving money and ordering text books fun for students Toward the end of the summer when students are preparing to return to college, many bookstores run specials or feature discounts, but one company has taken textbook-buying to a new dimension., the current leading college textbook comparison Web site in the w More »