“Thanks to all our hometown health care and public health workers. Our sincere gratitude for your service on the front-lines of this pandemic in New Mexico and beyond.”
Greetings students, in order to protect and ensure the safety of our students the university will be switching to online teaching after March 30th which will encompass all courses which can be shifted to an online format. For the time being NMSU will remain open in order to ensure students have access to the Dining Hall, however hours have been reduced.
All courses under the College of Health and Social Services will be going online, this includes Nursing, Public Health, and Social Work courses. No labs will be offered to students at this time.
We understand this is a difficult and confusing time, if you have any questions please call 575-646-7373 or visit https://nmsu.edu/coronavirus/ for more information.
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!
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