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Student Success Center

The Student Success Center is conveniently located in the center of campus inside of Hardman and Jacobs Undergraduate Learning Center (Room 128).
Students may walk in or make an appointment to meet one-on-one with Student Success Center staff or a Learning Skills Facilitator.
The Student Success Center provides opportunities for students to learn and grow in both one-on-one and group settings.
Students can visit the Student Success Center to utilize the ICT Computer Lab to study, complete course work and workshops, and receive academic support.

Helping Students Achieve Success

If you are a New Mexico State University student who wants to maximize your learning potential and earn better grades, the Student Success Center can help you develop the skills needed to excel and be successful in college. Through a collaborative approach, we can help you be your best you.

NMSU’s Student Success Center is a centralized, university-wide academic support service for students from all disciplines, and at all levels of academic standing. Through our programs and service, you will increase your academic self-awareness and develop learning and study strategies necessary for success in college, and to achieve your full potential as an empowered, life-long learner.

The Student Success Center is committed to providing a broad array of services that:

  • Directly assist students
  • Collaborate with faculty and staff
  • Properly train faculty, staff and students on the best practices to enhance student academic achievement

Our Programs and Services

The Student Success Center offers a variety of programs and services, including:

  • Financial Education and Wellness
  • Freshman Year Experience (UNIV 150)
  • Graduate School Preparation
  • Learning & Study Skills Workshops
  • Mid-Semester and UNIV Courses
  • Peer Education (UNIV 350)
  • TRIO Student Support Services
  • TRIO Upward Bound Program

The Student Success Center also serves students through Career ServicesTRIO Student Support Services Program, and the TRIO Upward Bound Program.