Aggie One-Stop

We are a one-stop student service center designed to help both undergraduate and graduate students manage the business of going to college. We provide answers and information about admissions, financial aid, registration, bill payment, and student records - all in a single location!

Here, you will also find resources to connect with university departments such as academic advising, veterans benefits, housing, parking, health and wellness, and much more.

The Aggie One-Stop is staffed with a team of professionals who are ready to assist you. We know your time is valuable so let us help you make the most of it. To learn more, see the Aggie One-Stop's mission statement.

One-Stop Student Services

American Indian Programs

Information and FAQs

American Indian Students Empowerment Diversity Tribal Communities

Contact us at 575-646-4207 or aip@nmsu.edu

Learn more at aip.nmsu.edu

Black Programs

Information and FAQs

African-American Descent Caribbean Descent African DescentAppreciation of Black History Cultural Literacy

Contact us at 575-646-4208 or blackpro@nmsu.edu

Learn more at blackprograms.nmsu.edu

Center for Academic Advising and Student Support

Information and FAQs

Advising Careers Course Schedule Requirements

Contact us at 575-646-2941 or advising@nmsu.edu

Learn more at advising.nmsu.edu

Chicano Programs

Information and FAQs

Chicano Latina Hispanic Cultural Literacy

Contact us at 575-646-4206 or judithfc@nmsu.edu

Learn more at chicano.nmsu.edu

Graduate School

Information and FAQs

Graduate Admissions Degree Planning Enrollment

Contact us at 575-646-5746 or gradinfo@nmsu.edu

Learn more at gradschool.nmsu.edu

ICT Help Desk

Information and FAQs

Canvas Computer myNMSU Network Software

Contact us at 575-646-1840 or help@nmsu.edu

Learn more at help.nmsu.edu

International Student and Scholar Services

Information and FAQs

Immigration Support International Admissions Visa

Contact us at isss@nmsu.edu

Learn more at isss.nmsu.edu

LGBT+ Programs

Information and FAQs

Inclusion and Diversity SafeZone Expression of Gender and Sexuality

Contact us at 575-646-7031 or lgbt@nmsu.edu

Learn more at lgbt.nmsu.edu

Military and Veterans Programs

Information and FAQs

Advocacy Education Benefits Military Veterans

Contact us at 575-646-4524 or mvp@nmsu.edu

Learn more at mvp.nmsu.edu

Student Accessibility Services

Information and FAQs

Accessibility Equal Access Accommodations Disability

Contact us at 575-646-6840 or sas@nmsu.edu

Learn more at sas.nmsu.edu

Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation

Information and FAQs

Apply Degree Programs Family Outreach Orientation Undergraduate Admissions

Contact us at 575-646-3121 or admissions@nmsu.edu

Learn more at admissions.nmsu.edu

University Accounts Receivable

Information and FAQs

Billing Fees Payment Student Account Tuition

Contact us at 575-646-4911 or uar@nmsu.edu

Learn more at uar.nmsu.edu

University Financial Aid and Scholarship Services

Information and FAQs

FAFSA Financial Aid Loans Scholarships Work-study

Contact us at 575-646-4105 or financialaid@nmsu.edu

Learn more at fa.nmsu.edu

University Student Records

Information and FAQs

Academic Records Important Dates Registration Student Data Transcripts

Contact us at 575-646-3411 or records@nmsu.edu

Learn more at records.nmsu.edu

Important Dates

  • Aug
    03

    Formal Payment Plan is available to enroll

  • Aug
    19

    Classes begin

  • Aug
    28

    Last day to add courses

  • Sept
    02

    Residency Tuition Application Deadline

  • Sept
    04

    Disenrollment (Financial)

  • Sept
    04

    Deadline to enroll in the Formal Payment Plan

  • Sept
    04

    Last day to drop a course without a "W"

  • Oct
    16

    Last day to drop a course with a "W"

  • Dec
    4

    Last day to Withdraw from the University by 4:59 PM

  • Dec
    11

    Last day of classes

Complete lists of dates and details are available on the University Student Records website, as well as on the Academic Calendar.