Note: Students of non-degree status are ineligible to receive financial aid or student employment, receive benefits from any veteran’s program, or participate in student government. In addition, non-degree students may not transfer more than 30 credits earned under non-degree status to any graduate degree program with the exception of students participating in a high school concurrent enrollment program.
If you have any questions about admissions, advising, registration, or changing your admission status, please call Student Services at (575) 234-9221 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are pleased that you are continuing your education with us and look forward to supporting you on your academic journey.
Select each step below for details
Step 1: Getting started
Go to my.nmsu.edu and click on “First Time Users” to create an account, then log in and click on the Password Management tab to create your security questions.
Step 2: Request Transcripts
Step 3: Accuplacer
Take the Accuplacer placement test if you have not completed and ACT or SAT within the last year. The testing center, room 221, is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 am- 5:00 pm on a walk in basis; summer hours may vary.
Note: Students who have not completed college level Math and English courses may not need to test and should consult an advisor for guidance.
Step 4: Meet with an advisor
Step 5: Pay NMSU
Payment Due Dates and Options
Payment is due in full by September 15 for the fall semester, February 15 for the spring semester, and June 15 for the summer session. Those who wish to utilize the payment plan option will be charged a fee of $10 to accounts not paid in full by the 15th of each month during the term.