NMSU Carlsbad places a high priority on the personal safety of its students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Numerous people and resources on campus are dedicated to providing you with a safe learning and working environment. NMSU Carlsbad is relatively safe. Murder, non-neglicgent manslaughter, and rape have not occurred on campus.
In the event of an emergency, the Emergency Notification System will provide messages via phone, text, and e-mail. All students, faculty, and staff can manage their own contact information and choose the contact methods they prefer. Signing up for NMSU alerts allows you to receive information regarding a crisis.
Annual Campus Safety Report 2018 (revised 10/5/2018)
Annual Campus Safety Report 2017
Annual Campus Safety Report 2016
Annual Campus Safety Report 2015
Annual Campus Safety Report 2014
Annual Campus Safety Report 2013
Student Right to Know. Title IV responsibilities require that institutions provide graduation/completion for the student body by gender, ethnicity, receipt of Pell grants, and other data as well as information about the process for withdrawing as a student, cost of attendance, refund and return of Title IV policies, current academic programs and faculty, names of applicable accrediting agencies, description of facilities for disabled students, and the institution’s policy on enrollment in study abroad. In addition, certain institutions need to disclose their transfer-out rate.
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