COVID-19 facts everyone should know;

The transmission of COVID-19 has been proved to be primarily from contact with others through droplets produced when people talk, cough, or sneeze. Anything ejected from the nose or mouth and those who are infected have been shown to be contagious before any symptoms were present.

  • Wear a face mask in public places
  • Always maintain at least a distance of 6 feet apart from others
  • Avoid personal contact with others
  • Wash hands frequently
  • Avoid touching of the face since it can lead to the transmission system of the virus. 


NMSU is creating a plan of action to return to normalcy this plan is to help us return to campus entering the Fall Semester 2020. NMSU is working closely with the NMDOH and CDC in order to follow all protocols necessary to keep NMSU sanitary and safe for employees and students. If you have any questions pertaining to the plan please feel free to ask them on:



Our Mission

In the College of Health and Social Services, our mission is to provide students and the community with academic programs that address issues affecting the quality of life in our rapidly changing society.

Our college prepares our graduates with the knowledge required to make a positive impact in their communities. Additionally, the program we offer are geared towards improving the lives of individuals, families, and communities. We offer degrees in nursing, public health and social work.

The College of Health and Social Services offers much to all students and our commitment to this mission is rooted in the land-grant tradition of New Mexico State University- excellence in education, research and service. Thank you for your interest in our students and programs. We encourage you to visit us!

If you’re a current student, alumni, faculty, or staff, visit our page for College of Health and Social Services news, events, and other useful information!




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