Summer & Fall 2020 Course Schedule - Grants - New ...

 
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Summer & Fall 2020
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Directory                                            Program Managers
General Information                      (505) 287-NMSU
                                                              Applied Business/Pre Business-
University Services                                               Dr. Harry Sheski                   287-6641
   Dr. Mickey D. Best, Campus President        287-6624
                                                              Automotive Technology – Eric Oskey     287-6635
Academic Services
   Dr. Harry Sheski, VP for Academic Affairs   287-6641       BSN (Nursing) – Advising               287-6667

Admissions/Student Records                                    Communications – A. Gene Romero        287-6668
   Samantha Ware, Reg. Admissions Spec         287-6632       Computer Science – Karen Henry         287-6656
   Lisa Whitmore, Admissions Advisor           287-6629
                                                              Criminal Justice –Megan Stoneking      287-6679
Adult Education
   Christy Green                               287-6643       Drafting/Welding - Richard Gutierrez   287-6645
   Sonya Archuleta                             287-6683       Education – Kathleen O’Connor          287-6693
   Michelle Bennett                            287-6662
Bachelor of Science in Education                              Electronics & Energy– Gabriel Garcia   287-6673
   Kathleen O’Connor                           287-6693       Health Sciences - Neal Gallagher       287-6654
Business Services                              287-6653       Humanities – Gene Romero               287-6668
   Tanya Barela, Cashiering/Ck Distribution
   Gail Gurule, Student Accounts                              Math – Dr. Marlene Chavez-Toivanen     287-6652
   Alice Salcido, Business Manager                            Natural Sciences –Dr. Eyrusalam Bedasso 287-6644
Facilities                                                    Social Sciences - Megan Stoneking      287-6690
   Corley Valdez                               287-6650
Financial Aid
   Nicole Kormick, Processing                  287-6621
   Ambrosia Knighton, Lead Advisor             287-6620
   Beth Armstead, VP for Students Services
                    Advising/awards            287-6628
Human Resources
   Janie Gutierrez                             287-6625
Information Technology (IT)
    Louis Bear Eagle, IT Director              287-6663
    Mark Eversole, IT Technician               287-6665
Library Services                               287-6638
    Élan Delgadillo, Library Specialist, Ld
    Peter Klumpenhower, Library Assistant
Small Business Development Center              287-8221
  Denise Chavez
Small Business Development Center (505) 249-3607               New Mexico State University Grants
NABP (Native American Business Project)                       1500 N. Third Street, Grants, NM 87020
  Geraldine L. Ortiz
Small Wonders Child Care Center                287-3868                     (505) 287-6678
  Jackie Hobbs                                                             grants.nmsu.edu
Student Services/Veteran’s Educational
Benefits/Academic Advisors
   Beth Armstead, VP for Student Services      287-6628
   Ambrosia Knighton, Lead Advisor             287-6620
Testing Center
   Taelor Spangler, Coordinator                287-6640
    GRANTS
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Registration Check List

✓ Submit the Admission Application if you are a new student or a returning student who has not
  enrolled in a class for one full year. Apply online at https://apply.nmsu.edu/apply plan on a 2 day
  turnaround processing period. Application fee is waived online; $20 fee for paper application.

✓ Apply for Financial Aid. FAFSA (Pell Grant, loans & work study) www.fafsa.gov. Allow six weeks
  for processing. Apply for Scholarships at Scholar Dollar$, one application all NMSU scholarships
  https://scholarships.nmsu.edu. Meet with the financial aid advisor in Student Services for more
  information. Must apply once a year.
✓ All transcripts are required for Admissions for degree seeking students. Send for official
  transcripts of high school/GED scores and all colleges attended prior to enrolling at NMSU. If you
  have a GED, all transcripts must be ordered through Diploma Sender at www.diplomasender.com.
  In order to be eligible as a “degree seeking” student for financial aid, all transcripts must
  be at NMSU Grants by June 9, for Summer & September 4, for Fall. Please send official
  electronic transcripts to gradmissions@nmsu.edu

✓ Take the computerized College Placement Test, Accuplacer. Obtain a test ticket at the
  Student Services Office. You will be tested for placement in English and Mathematics course
  work. NOTE: It is not recommended that you enroll in General Education college classes,
  or 200 level, (classes with a course number ending in “G”), without being concurrently
  enrolled in or having completed ENGL 111G.
✓ Activate your my.nmsu.edu account. NMSU email is the official mode of communication;
  contact the Information Technology Dept. (IT) if you have problems with your account.
   (505) 287-6666
✓ Attend the mandatory New Student Orientation if it is your first semester at NMSU Grants. See
  Student Services Office for dates. Weekly sessions will be held.
✓ Register for classes EARLY. Online courses and some general education courses fill up very
  quickly. Register at my.nmsu.edu. If you have a “hold”, you will need to see an advisor or
  the Business Office.

✓ Enroll in the payment plan and make your first payment before census date to avoid being
  disenrolled from your classes. For more information see page 8 or visit https://uar.nmsu.edu or
  call (505) 287-6653.
✓ Obtain your Aggie ID in the Student Services Office.

✓ Purchase books before the first day of class. Books can be purchased from Barnes & Noble
  NMSU Bookstore. https://my.nmsu.edu.
o Financial Aid Textbook Charges for Fall 2020 will be available August 1 – August 28

✓ Always feel free to ask questions of the staff if you are unsure of anything. They are glad to help!

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Register Online
Registration Process
   Registration dates are determined by your current classification at the time of registration. Students who do not
   register on their designated date can register at any time in the remaining classification sequence and registration
   periods. (see schedule below)
Log into myNMSU
   1.    Access https://my.nmsu.edu and enter your NMSU Username and Password
Check your Registration Status
 Before you register all holds must be cleared by the appropriate office
   1. Click the Student
   2. Click Registration & Registration Status

Look-Up a Class & Registration
   1.    Click the Student
   2.    Click Registration
   3.    Select Term
   4.    On the Look Up Classes page, select any known features of the class.
   5.    Click Class Search
   6.    Select the checkbox next to any classes you would like to register
   7.    Click Register

                  Registration Schedule by Classification
   •    Crimson Scholars (Seniors and Juniors)--------------------------------------------------------------------April 9
   •    Disabled Students (students with disabilities must have approval
        from Services for Students with Disabilities Program)---------------------------------------------------April 9
   •    Veteran Students -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------April 9
   •    Crimson Scholars (Sophomores and Freshmen) ------------------------------------------------------- April 13
   •    Graduate Students --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- April 14
   •    Seniors (94 earned credits or more) ----------------------------------------------------------------------- April 14
   •    Juniors (62-93 earned credits)------------------------------------------------------------------------------- April 15
   •    Sophomores (28-61 earned credits) ----------------------------------------------------------------------- April 16
   •    Freshmen (0-27 earned credits) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- April 17
   •    Non-Degree Students------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ April 20
   •    Readmitted Students (last attended prior to Spring 2020) ------------------------------------------- April 20
   •    New Transfer Students ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- April 24
   •    New Students (Undergraduate and Graduate Students), New Transfer ------------------------- April 24
   •    Senior Citizens ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- May 27 for Summer
   •    Senior Citizens -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- August 19 for Fall
        (NM residents who are 65 or older may attend NMSU at a reduced tuition rate. Individuals must
        apply and qualify for this program through the Registrar’s Office
        on the first day of class)

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Summer Service Hours                                        Fall Service Hours

Student Services                                         Student Services
   May 18 – May 29                                       August 10 – August 21
        Monday – Friday               8am-5pm                  Monday-Thursday        8am-5:30pm
   June 1 – July 30                                            Friday                  8am – 5pm
        Monday – Thursday             7am-6pm            August 24 – December 23
        Friday                          Closed                 Monday-Friday             8am-5pm
   August 3 - August 7
        Monday – Friday               8am-5pm            Business Office (Student Accounts,
                                                         Cashier’s Office, Check Distribution)
Business Office (Student Accounts, Cashier’s             August 17 - 21
Office, Check Distribution)                                     Monday-Thursday         8am-5:30pm
   May 18 – May 29                                              Friday                   8am – 5pm
         Monday – Friday            8am-5pm              August 24 – December 23
   June 1 – July 31                                             Monday – Friday            8am-5pm
         Monday – Thursday          7am-6pm
         Friday                       Closed             Adult Education
   August 3 – August 7                                    August 21-December 13
         Monday – Friday            8am-5pm                     Monday-Thursday          8am-7pm
                                                                Friday                   8am-5pm
Adult Education
  June 1 – July 30                                       Library
        Monday-Thursday               8am-7pm              July 29 – August 20
        Friday                          Closed                   Monday-Friday           8am-5pm
                                                                 Saturday                  Closed
Library                                                    August 21 – December 13
   May 18 – May 9                                                Monday-Thursday         8am-7pm
        Monday-Friday                 8am-5pm                    Friday                  8am-5pm
    June 1 – July 30                                             Saturday                  Closed
        Monday-Thursday               7am-6pm
        Friday                          Closed           Math Tutoring Lab
                                                               Room 124              Hours Posted
Math Tutoring Lab
       Room 124                    Hours Posted          Student Success & Testing Center
                                                           August 10 – December 23
Student Success & Testing Center
                                                               Monday - Friday          8am-5pm
   May 13 – May 29
        Monday-Friday                 8am-5pm
   June 1 – July 30
        Monday – Thursday             8am-5pm
        Friday                          Closed
   August 3 - August 7
        Monday – Friday               8am-5pm

                                   All contents of this publication
                                  are subject to change at anytime
                              by appropriate administrative procedure

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First 5
                                                     Full Term                2nd 5 Weeks 8 Weeks
     Summer 2020 Calendar                            10 Weeks
                                                                   Weeks
                                                                                  SU2       SU3
                                                                    SU1
New Student Orientation – Mandatory- Weekly sessions are planned. See front office to pre-register.

Campus Restriction Lifted (Students can
register for courses not offered at their primary     May 14       May 14        May 14       May 14
campus)
Classes Begin                                         May 27       May 27        July 1       May 27
Disenrollment (Financial)                             May 28       May 28        May 28       May 28
Late Registration - A late fee of $25 will be         May 29-                                 May 29-
                                                                   May 29        July 6
assessed                                              June 3                                   June1
Last Day to Add a Course without instructors
                                                      May 28       May 28        July 2       May 28
permission
Last Day to Add a Course (Instructors
                                                      June 3       May 29        July 6        June 1
Permission Required)
Last Day to Drop a Course without a “W”
(Census Date)
  *If a course is dropped before census date,
  course will be removed from class schedule.         June 9       June 2        July 8        June 5
  Students may drop themselves from courses
  through census date. After that, student must
  meet with an Academic Advisor.
Last Day to Drop a Course with a “W”
  *A grade of “W” is assigned to all courses for
                                                         July 6   June 15        July 21      June 25
  which a student officially withdraws from after
  census date.
4th of July Holiday (campus closed)                      July 3    July 3        July 3        July 3

Degree Application Deadline                           July 13      July 13       July 13      July 13

Certificate Application Deadline                      July 31      July 31       July 31      July 31
Last Day to Withdraw from the University
  Students who do not officially withdraw from a
  course or from the University and fail to attend
  classes may receive failing grades and will be      July 30     June 23        July 30       July 14
  liable for all tuition and fees. Students may be
  required to repay a portion or all financial aid
  received. (4:59pm)
Last Day of Classes                                  August 6     June 30       August 6      July 21
Final Grades Due                                     August 10     July 2      August 10      July 23

Final Grades Available                               August 11    August 11    August 11     August 11

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8 Week I          8 Week II
                                                                Full-Term
            Fall 2020 Calendar                                                      MS1               MS2

New Student Orientation – Mandatory- Weekly sessions are planned. See front office to pre-register.

Campus Restriction Lifted (Students can register for
                                                                 August 6          August 6          August 6
courses not offered at their primary campus)
Classes Begin                                                   August 19         August 19         October 13
Disenrollment (Financial)                                       August 20         August 20         August 20
Late Registration - A late fee of $25 will be assessed
                                                               August 21-28     August 21-24 October 15-16
beginning:
Last Day to Add a Course without instructors
                                                                August 20         August 20         October 14
permission
Last Day to Add a Course (Instructors Permission
                                                                August 28         August 24         October 16
Required)
Degree Application Deadline                                     August 28         August 28         August 28
Labor Day Holiday (campus closed)                              September 7      September 7        September 7
Last Day to Drop a Course without a “W” (Census
Date)
 *If a course is dropped before census date, course will
                                                               September 4        August 28         October 22
 be removed from class schedule. Students may drop
 themselves from courses through census date. After
 that, student must meet with an Academic Advisor.
Certificate Application Deadline                               December 1        December 1        December 1
Late Degree Application Deadline                                October 1         October 1         October 1
Indigenous People’s Day (no classes, campus open)               October 12       October 12
Last Day to Drop a Course with a “W”
  *A grade of “W” is assigned to all courses for which a        October 16      September 17 November 11
  student officially withdraws from after census date.
                                                                                                   November 23-
Fall Break/Thanksgiving Holiday                               November 23-27
                                                                                                       27
                                                                                                   November 26-
Thanksgiving Holiday (campus closed)                          November 26-27
                                                                                                       27
Last Day to Withdraw from the University
  Students who do not officially withdraw from a course                           October 5         December 4
  or from the University and fail to attend classes may                          (date ONLY         (date ONLY
                                                               December 4
  receive failing grades and will be liable for all tuition                        applies if         applies if
  and fees. Students may be required to repay a                                registered for all registered for all
  portion or all financial aid received (4:59pm)                                MS1 courses) MS2 courses)
Final Exam Week                                               December 7-11
Last Day of Classes                                            December 11       October 12       December 11
Final Grades Due                                               December 15       October 14       December 15
Final Grades Available                                         December 16      December 16 December 16

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Upcoming Changes for Fall 2020
Starting in the Fall of 2020, New Mexico State University (NMSU) will be implementing a fixed payment plan
managed by University Accounts Receivable (UAR). The payment plan will have scheduled payment
installments designed to help a student manage the costs and pay balances by the end of the semester.
   •    Students will be required to enroll in the payment plan when the current semester outstanding balance is
        greater than $200.
   •    A separate application is required for each term a student wishes to use the payment plan.
   •    Payment plans will only be available to students enrolled in the current semester.
   •    The deadline for enrolling in the payment plan will be the last day to drop (census date) for the current
        semester.
   •    There will be a non-refundable, $25 enrollment fee.
   •    Fall and spring semester payment plans will have five payments and the summer plan will have three payments.
   •    The first payment will be due at the time of enrollment.
   •    The remaining payments will be due by the 15th of each month.
   •    There will be a $10 fee charged to a student’s account for each late, partial or missed payment.
   •    Payment amounts are subject to change if a student makes class schedule changes.
   •    A student cannot have a prior semester balance greater than $1,000.
   •    To avoid dis-enrollment students must:
             o have a prior balance of less than $1,000
             o be enrolled in the payment plan
             o have paid their first payment
FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID
Students should complete any requirements to receive financial aid as soon as possible to ensure awarded funds are
available to use toward their financial charges.
   •    Students who have not completed their financial aid arrangements in time to receive their awards by the due date
          MAY need to enroll in a payment plan.
ACTIVE DUTY AND VETERAN STUDENTS
You will be required to enroll in the payment plan if any ONE of the following is applicable to you:
   • You are on a housing plan with NMSU.
   • You have a meal plan on your NMSU student account.
   • You have bookstore charges on your NMSU student account
   • The funding you expect from either VA or your Active Duty component does not cover all tuition and/or fees.
              o A payment plan will be required for the difference.
Please contact UAR or MVP if you have specific questions related to the payment plan.

       Log into pay.nmsu.edu to sign up or view a Payment Plan
 E- Billing                                                 Method of Payment
 Electronic Billing (E-Bill) is the official method for     •   Mail–NMSU Grants, 1500 N.Third Street, Grants, NM 87020
 delivery of billing statements to NMSU students. Billing   •   Telephone – (505) 287-6653, option #5
 statements are generated at the beginning of each
                                                            •   In Person – 1500 N. Third Street, Grants, NM 87020
 month. At that time, an e-mail is sent to the student’s
                                                            •   Online – pay.nmsu.edu
 official NMSU.EDU e-mail address with instructions on
 how to view their bill within my.NMSU

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Tuition & Fees
                     By enrolling in classes at New Mexico State University (NMSU), a student makes a financial commitment to pay the tuition and fee charges
                     associated with that enrollment.
                     Registration is considered completed once a student has registered for a course(s). If a student chooses not to attend NMSU for a term,
                     she/he must officially withdraw from NMSU for that specific term. For more information, visit: https://uar.nmsu.edu/

                      Tuition                                                                                            Lab Fees
                      In-District                                                                                        ART 260, 285, 294 ...................................................................... $50
                         Per credit hour 1-12 and over 18                            $86.00*                             ART 150, 151 .............................................................................. $10
                                                                                                                         AUTO 112, 119, 125, 126, 295 ................................................... $50
                      Out of District                                                                                    BCT 255 ...................................................................................... $50
                        Per credit hour 1-12 and over 18                             $95.00*                             BIOL 101, 211, 225, 250 ............................................................. $25
                                                                                                                         CHEM 103, 110........................................................................... $25
                      Non-Resident                                                                                       OEEM 101 (additional fees required, see course syllabus) ....... $10
                         Per credit hour 1-12 and over 18                          $171.00*                              OEET 110.................................................................................... $10
                      * Summer rates may increase                                                                        WELD 100, 105, 110, 125, 130, 140, 190 .................................. $50
                                                                                                                         Web Based & Online Hybrid, Satellite Campus..........$25 per credit

                      Admission Application .................................................................$20         Senior Citizens
                      A one-time, non-refundable fee for first time admission to NMSU Grants                             On a space-available basis, seniors (65+) may enroll for up to 6
                                                                                                                         credits at $5 per credit, non-degree seeking status. State law
                      Deferred Payment Fee (Summer Only) ..... $10 per month                                             requires that senior citizens taking more than 6 credit hours be
                      All outstanding charges not paid in full by June 15, 2020 for Summer will
                                                                                                                         charged full rate for all credits based on in-district or out-of-district
                      automatically be placed on a payment plan and a payment plan fee of
                                                                                                                         residency. All other fees are charged at full rate (Distance Ed,
                      $10.00 will be assessed. Outstanding charges will be divided into two
                                                                                                                         Late Fee, Lab Fees and etc.). Complete the application in the
                      equal payments. Accounts must be paid in full by: July 15, 2020
                                                                                                                         Student Services Office.
                          • $10 assessed to accounts if not paid in full by June 15, 2020                                For more information, go to: registrar.nmsu.edu
                          • $10 assessed to accounts if not paid in full by July 15, 2020
                                                                                                                           •      Option 1: Senior citizen students may register on the first day
                      Payment Plan Fee ......................................................... $25                              of class and be assessed the $5.00 per credit hour tuition
                      Starting in the Fall of 2020, NMSU will implement a fixed payment                                           plus any applicable course fees.
                      plan managed by UAR. (see page 8 for more information)                                               •      Option 2: Senior citizen students may register prior to the
                      Graduation Fee (Associate Candidate) ........................ $25                                           first day of class and be assessed the full NMSU tuition ($86
                      Summer- Due July 19, Fall- Due August 28                                                                    per credit) plus any applicable course fees.
                      Additional $25 late fee Aug 28-Oct 1 (Fall Only)                                                   Community Ed Option
                      Graduation Fee (Certificate Candidate)........................ $10                                 The Community Education Option allows individuals to participate in
                                                                                                                         a credit course similar to a typical noncredit community education
                      Late Registration Fee ..................................................... $25                    course. Individuals do not have to apply for official admission and
                           Assessed the first day classes                                                                enrollment to NMSU Grants. No official college transcript is
                      Proctored Exam Fee for                                                                             produced nor grade awarded. Individuals enrolled under the
                                                                                                                         Community Education Option are required to follow university policy
                      Non-NMSU students/faculty .......................................... $15                           and are bound by the NMSU Grants Student Code of Conduct as
                                                                                                                         are all other individuals authorized to use university services and
& Satellite Campus    Web-based, Online Hybrid &                                                                         facilities. Complete registration form in the Student Services office,
                      Satellite Campus ........................................... $25 per credit                        make payment in Business Office. Please call (505) 287-6678 for
                                                                                                                         more information.

                      Withdrawal from University
                      A withdrawal form must be completed with Student Services to withdraw from a course or from the University. Not following this procedure may result in
                      “F’s” for all courses for which you are registered. Students withdrawing after the stated refund dates remain liable for full tuition and fee charges.

                      Refund of Tuition and Fees for Summer 2020                                                   Refund of Tuition and Fees for Fall 2020
                      Students officially withdrawing or dropping courses during the                               Students officially withdrawing or dropping courses during the Fall 2020
                      Summer 2020 semester are eligible to receive a refund as follows:                            semester are eligible to receive a refund as follows:
                         10 Week (May 27 – August 6)                                                                  16 Week (August 19 – December 11)
                            Through June 9 ..................................................100%                        Through September 4 ................................................. 100%
                         5 Week I (May 27 – June 30)                                                                  8 Week I (August 19 – October 12)
                            Through June 2 ..................................................100%                        Through August 28 ..................................................... 100%
                         5 Week II (July 1 – August 6)                                                                8 Week II (October 13 – December 11)
                            Through July 8....................................................100%                       Through October 22 .................................................... 100%
                         8 Weeks (May 27 – July 21)
                            Through June 6 ..................................................100%                  For complete withdrawal & refund information https://uar.nmsu.edu/

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Other Services
                                  https://grants.nmsu.edu
•   Adult Education (AE) – Offers adults the opportunity to begin and/or complete their
    education through the twelfth grade. Located in room 120, (505) 287-6662
•   Computer Labs – Six labs are located throughout the campus
•   Information Technology Services – Located in room 122, Martinez Hall
•   Library Services – Located in Martinez Hall, with more than 23,000 titles and an extensive audio
    and video collection. Computers are available for public use during operating hours.
    https://grants.nmsu.edu/library/

•   Mathematics Lab – Located in room 124, Martinez Hall
•   Testing Center – Located in room 125, Martinez Hall. The center offers a quiet study area,
    access to desktop computers, laptops, test proctoring and professional tutoring in limited
    subjects. Check the current availability for tutoring by calling (505) 287-6640.
•   Small Business Development Center (SBDC) – Located at 701 E. Roosevelt Ave, Grants,
    NM 87020. The SBDC offers free specialized consulting and guidance for business owners,
    prospective owners and managers. For more information: (505) 287-8221 or
    http://grants.nmsu.edu/sbdc.html
•   Academic Advising – Located in the Student Services Office, Martinez Hall. (505) 287-6678
•   Campus SaVE Act - The Campus SaVE Act compliments and is a companion to Title IX and
    assists with the response to and prevention of sexual violence in higher education. The complete
    text of this policy will be maintained on the OIE website: http://eeo.nmsu.edu/
•   STAR Degree Audit - The audit program is a web-based service that allows NMSU students to
    run online degree checks on academic programs. Access STAR audit at my.NMSU.edu/ Student
    Records
•   Students with Disabilities - In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA),
    students with disabilities who need special services in the classroom or have difficulty gaining
    access to any university building, should contact Beth Armstead, Vice President for Student
    Services at (505) 287-6678
•   Student RIGHT-TO-KNOW and Campus Security Act - NMSU is required to provide to you,
    information in accordance with Federal Regulation 34 CFR Part 86 of the Department of Education
    and the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act. You can access the information by going
    to www.nmsupolice.com, and then selecting the “Annual Reports” link on the left menu
•   Student Code of Conduct - The Vice President for Student Affairs (NMSU Las Cruces)
    establishes and enforces standards of conduct for all NMSU students. The Vice President for
    Student Services, Beth Armstead, enforces conduct for the Grants campus. Obtain your copy of
    the Student Code of Conduct in Student Services or online at grants.nmsu.edu
•   NMSU Cibola County Extension Service – Located at 515 W. High Street, Grants, NM
    87020, (505) 287-9266, cibolaextension.nmsu.edu

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SUMMER 2020
                                      10 Week Courses
                                       May 27 – August 6
AHS-ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCE
 CRN     COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR            TITLE                      TIME          DAY   PLACE      INSTRUCTOR
24746   AHS 120     G70          3    MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY           -                         ONLINE   N. GALLAGHER
26695   AHS 153     G70          4    INTRO ANTMY/PHYSLGY I         -                         ONLINE   N. GALLAGHER

ENGL-ENGLISH
 CRN     COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR            TITLE                      TIME          DAY   PLACE      INSTRUCTOR
                                                                         Webinar
26689   ENGL 111G   G01          4    RHETORIC/COMPOSITION                              TR    ONLINE   J. ERBEN
                                                                        0900-1030

MATH-MATHEMATICS
 CRN     COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR            TITLE                      TIME          DAY   PLACE      INSTRUCTOR
23508   MATH 121G   G70          3    COLLEGE ALGEBRA               -                         ONLINE   D. BISHOP

NA - NURSING ASSISTANT
 CRN     COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR            TITLE                      TIME          DAY   PLACE      INSTRUCTOR
26696   NA 104      G70          3    NURS ASST FUND                -                         ONLINE   N. GALLAGHER
26697   NA 104 L    G70          1    NA LAB                        -                         ONLINE   N. GALLAGHER

STAT-STATISTICS
 CRN     COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR            TITLE                      TIME          DAY   PLACE      INSTRUCTOR
26020   STAT 251G   G70          3    STAT-BSN/BHVRL SCNCS          -                         ONLINE   D. BISHOP

                             Building Codes: GRGQ      Walter K. Martinez Hall
                                            GRGN       Frank McClure Building
                                            GRGM       Joseph Fidel Activities Center
                                            GRLB       Lucy Belle Ma Hall
                                            GROC       Off Campus
                                            GRLA       Laguna

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8 Week Courses
                                             May 27 – July 21
ANTH-ANTHROPOLOGY
 CRN     COURSE      SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE            TIME   DAY    PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
24727   ANTH 125G    G70   SU3    3    INTRO WORLD CULTURES      -                ONLINE   K. WINFREY

ART-ART
 CRN     COURSE      SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE            TIME   DAY    PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
22736   ART 101G     G70   SU3    3    ORIENTATION IN ART        -                ONLINE   A. ROMERO

BMGT-BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
 CRN     COURSE      SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE            TIME   DAY    PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
26042   BMGT 132     G70   SU3    3    PRINCIPLES OF SELLING     -                ONLINE   J. GNODLE

C EP-COUNSELING & EDUC PSY
 CRN     COURSE      SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE            TIME   DAY    PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
24751   C EP 110G    G70   SU3    3    HUMAN GROWTH/BEHAVIOR     -                ONLINE   K. O'CONNOR
26749   C EP 210     G70   SU3    3    EDUCATIONAL PSY           -                ONLINE   K. O'CONNOR
26750   C EP 215     G70   SU3    3    THE PRESCHOOL CHILD       -                ONLINE   K. O’CONNOR
26751   C EP 298     G70   SU3    3    EXPLOR CCP                -                ONLINE   K. O'CONNOR

C J-CRIMINAL JUSTICE
 CRN     COURSE      SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE            TIME   DAY    PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
26005   C J 101G     G70   SU3    3    INTRO CRIMINAL JUSTICE    -                ONLINE   M. STONEKING
22911   C J 210      G70   SU3    3    AMER LAW ENFRCMT SYTM     -                ONLINE   M. STONEKING

CCDM-DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS
 CRN     COURSE      SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE                                   INSTRUCTOR
22843   CCDM 103 N   G01   SU3    4    PREALGEBRA                -                ONLINE   J. PREWETT
22845   CCDM 114 N   G01   SU3    4    ALGEBRA SKILLS            -                ONLINE   J. PREWETT

CMT-CREATIVE MEDIA TECHNOLOGY
 CRN     COURSE      SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE            TIME   DAY    PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
26691   CMT 130      G70   SU3    3    WEB DESIGN I              -                ONLINE   J. YAZZIE
                                       EVOLUTION OF ELECTRONIC
26690   CMT 151      G70   SU3    3                              -                ONLINE   M. WEBB
                                       GAMES

COMM-COMMUNICATION
 CRN     COURSE      SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE            TIME   DAY    PLACE    INSTRUCTOR

26001   COMM 265G    G01   SU3    3    PRNCPLS-HUMAN CMNCTN      -                ONLINE   S. HOCKER

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DRFT-DRAFTING
 CRN     COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR                 TITLE          TIME   DAY    PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
26807   DRFT 109    G70   SU3    3    COMPUTER DRFTNG FUND     -                ONLINE   R. GUTIERREZ

ECED-EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
 CRN     COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR                 TITLE          TIME   DAY    PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
24737   ECED 115    G70   SU3    3    CHLD GWTH, DEV & LRNG    -                ONLINE   K. WINFREY
24738   ECED 125    G70   SU3    2    HEALTH,SAFETY & NUTR     -                ONLINE   K. WINFREY
26752   ECED 135    G70   SU3    3    FAMLY & COMNTY COLLAB    -                ONLINE   L. MARIANO
26030   ECED 215    G70   SU3    3    CURRIC DEV THRU PLAY     -                ONLINE   J. LEISTIKOW
26031   ECED 220    G70   SU3    2    ECED PRACTICUM I         -                ONLINE   J. LEISTIKOW
26753   ECED 235    G70   SU3    3    INTRO LANG, LIT, RDG     -                ONLINE   J. LEISTIKOW
26754   ECED 245    G70   SU3    2    PROFESSIONALISM          -                ONLINE   J. ZAMORA
24740   ECED 265    G70   SU3    3    GUIDING YOUNG CHILDREN   -                ONLINE

HNDS-HUMAN NUTRITION & DIET
 CRN     COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR                 TITLE          TIME   DAY    PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
22745   HNDS 251    G70   SU3    3    HUMAN NUTRITION          -                ONLINE   U. QUARTEY

MATH-MATHEMATICS
 CRN     COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR                 TITLE          TIME   DAY    PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
                                                                                         M. CHAVEZ-
22848   MATH 120    G70   SU3    3    INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA     -                ONLINE
                                                                                         TOIVANEN

OECS-COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
 CRN     COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR                 TITLE          TIME   DAY    PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
25569   OECS 105    G70   SU3    3    INTRO TO IT              -                ONLINE   D. SHINER
26692   OECS 185    G70   SU3    3    PC MAINT & REPAIR I      -                ONLINE   B. RAMSEY
26693   OECS 204    G70   SU3    3    LINUX OPERATING SYSTEM   -                ONLINE   S. JOHNSON
26694   OECS 207    G70   SU3    3    WINDOWS                  -                ONLINE   J. YAZZIE
26002   OECS 215    G70   SU3    3    SPRDSHT APPLCTNS         -                ONLINE   D. SHINER

PHIL-PHILOSOPHY
 CRN     COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR                 TITLE          TIME   DAY    PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
                                                               WEBINAR
26004   PHIL 101G   G70   SU3    3    THE ART OF WONDERING                T     ONLINE   J. ERBEN
                                                                7-8PM

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PSY-PSYCHOLOGY
 CRN     COURSE    SEC   PTRM   CR             TITLE         TIME   DAY    PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
22915   PSY 201G   G70   SU3    3    INTRDN-PSYCHOLOGY   -                ONLINE   B. PAYETTE

SOC-SOCIOLOGY
 CRN     COURSE    SEC   PTRM   CR             TITLE         TIME   DAY    PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
24729   SOC 101G   G70   SU3    3    INTRDRY SOCIOLOGY   -                ONLINE   T. MEEHAN

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FALL 2020
ACCT-ACCOUNTING
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE              TIME      DAY     PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
55306   ACCT 221    G70          3    PRINC OF ACCT I (FINANCIAL)       -             ONLINE     G. ORTIZ

AHS-ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCE
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE              TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
43595   AHS 120     G70          3    MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY               -             ONLINE     N. GALLAGHER
43597   AHS 153     G70          4    INTRO ANTMY/PHYSLGY I             -             ONLINE     N. GALLAGHER

ANTH-ANTHROPOLOGY
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE              TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
60297   ANTH 125G   G70          3    INTRO WORLD CULTURES              -             ONLINE     K. WINFREY

ART-ART
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE              TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
45644   ART 101G    G70          3    ORIENTATION IN ART                -             ONLINE     A. ROMERO
                                                                    1010-1210    T    GRLB 113
60656   ART 101G    G72          3    ORIENTATION IN ART            1010-1210   R     GRLB 113   A. ROMERO
                                                                        -             ONLINE
60657   ART 150     G01          3    DRAWING I                     1730-2030   MW    GRGN 306   A. ROMERO
60658   ART 151     G01          3    DRAWING II                    1730-2030   MW    GRGN 306   A. ROMERO
60659   ART 260     G01          3    INTRO TO PAINTING             1730-2030   MW    GRGN 306   A. ROMERO
60661   ART 285     G01          3    JEWELRY & SM METAL CONST I    1900-2045   TR    GRGQ 051   R. ESTEVAN
57519   ART 294     G01          3    ADVANCED METAL & JEWELRY      1600-2045    F    GRGQ 051   R. ESTEVAN

ASTR-ASTRONOMY
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE              TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
56263   ASTR 110G   G70          4    INTRDN TO ASTRONOMY               -             ONLINE     J. KERANEN

AUTO-AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE              TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
58172   AUTO 112    G01          5    BASIC GASOLINE ENGINE         0800-0855   TR    GRGQ 052   E. OSKEY
                                      LAB                           0900-1150   TR    GRGQ 052
54532   AUTO 119    G01          5    MANUAL TRNSMSN/CLUTCH         0800-0855   MW    GRGQ 052   E. OSKEY
                                      LAB                           0900-1150   MW    GRGQ 052
45890   AUTO 125    G01          5    BRAKES                        1300-1455   MW    GRGQ 052   E. OSKEY
                                      LAB                           1500-1630   MW    GRGQ 052
45891   AUTO 126    G01          5    SUSPN, STRNG, ALIGNMNT        1300-1455   TR    GRGQ 052   E. OSKEY
                                      LAB                           1500-1630   TR    GRGQ 052

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BIOL-BIOLOGY
CRN      COURSE      SEC   PTRM      CR                   TITLE                      TIME     DAY     PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
48736   BIOL 211G    G01              3    CELL & ORG BIOL                        1430-1545   MT    GRGQ 110   A. SEMRAU
45919   BIOL 211GL   G01              1    CELL/ORG BIOL LAB                      1430-1730   W     GRGQ 110   A. SEMRAU
45920   BIOL 225     G01              4    HUMAN ANATOMY/PHYS I                   1000-1115   MW    GRGQ 110   A. SEMRAU
                                           LAB                                    1000-1300   R     GRGQ 110
60653   BIOL 250     G01   MS1        1    TAKE A HIKE                                 -       S    GRNCR      A. SEMRAU
60654   BIOL 250     G02   MS2        1    HESI PREP                              1430-1630   R     GRGQ 110   A. SEMRAU

BMGT-BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
CRN      COURSE      SEC   PTRM      CR                   TITLE                      TIME     DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
58142   BMGT 136     G70   MS1        3    FUND OF BUYING AND MERCH                    -            ONLINE     J. GNODLE
58143   BMGT 221     G70   MS2        3    INTERNSHIP I                                -            ONLINE     J. GNODLE

C EP-COUNSELING & EDUC PSY
CRN      COURSE      SEC   PTRM      CR                   TITLE                      TIME     DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
45843   C EP 110G    G70              3    HUMAN GROWTH/BEHAVIOR                       -            ONLINE     K. O'CONNOR
45848   C EP 210     G70              3    EDUCATIONAL PSY                             -            ONLINE     K. O'CONNOR
60617   C EP 240     G70              3    ADOLESCENCE-SCH STNG                        -            ONLINE     K. O'CONNOR
60618   C EP 298     G70              3    EXPLOR CCP                                  -            ONLINE     K. O'CONNOR

C J-CRIMINAL JUSTICE
CRN      COURSE      SEC   PTRM      CR                   TITLE                      TIME     DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
52495   C J 101G     G70              3    INTRO CRIMINAL JUSTICE                      -            ONLINE     M. STONEKING
54523   C J 101G     G71   MS2        3    INTRO CRIMINAL JUSTICE                      -            ONLINE     M. STONEKING
54524   C J 199      G70              3    GANGS                                       -            ONLINE     M. STONEKING
53083   C J 205      G70              3    CRIMINAL LAW                                -            ONLINE     J. VAISA
53085   C J 210      G70              3    AMER LAW ENFRCMT SYTM                       -            ONLINE     M. STONEKING
46288   C J 230      G70              3    INTRN TO CORRECTIONS                        -            ONLINE     M. STONEKING
46289   C J 250      G70              3    COURTS/CRMNL JUST SYT                       -            ONLINE     J. VAISA

CCDE-DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH
CRN      COURSE      SEC   PTRM      CR                   TITLE                      TIME     DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
50722   CCDE 110 N   G70              4    GENERAL COMPOSITION                    1730-2000    T    GRLB 113   A. ROMERO
                                                                                       -            ONLINE
60817   CCDE 110 N   G02              4    GENERAL COMPOSITION                         -            ONLINE     S. HOCKER

                                  Building Codes: GRGQ       Walter K. Martinez Hall
                                                   GRGN      Frank McClure Building
                                                   GRGM      Joseph Fidel Activities Center
                                                   GRLB      Lucy Belle Ma Hall
                                                   GROC      Off Campus
                                                   GRLA      Laguna

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CCDM-DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS
CRN      COURSE      SEC   PTRM   CR              TITLE              TIME      DAY     PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
                                                                                                M. CHAVEZ-
45507   CCDM 103 N   G01          4    PREALGEBRA                  1300-1510   MW    GRGQ 124
                                                                                                TOIVANEN
45508   CCDM 103 N   G02          4    PREALGEBRA                  1730-1940   TR    GRGQ 124   M. LOWTHER
50740   CCDM 103 N   G03          4    PREALGEBRA                  1000-1210   MW    GRGQ 102   E. BEDASSO
                                                                                                M. CHAVEZ-
45514   CCDM 114 N   G01          4    ALGEBRA SKILLS              1300-1510   MW    GRGQ 124
                                                                                                TOIVANEN
45515   CCDM 114 N   G02          4    ALGEBRA SKILLS              1730-1940   TR    GRGQ 124   M. LOWTHER
                                                                                                M. CHAVEZ-
45517   CCDM 114 N   G03          4    ALGEBRA SKILLS              1000-1210   MW    GRGQ 103
                                                                                                TOIVANEN

CHEM-CHEMISTRY
CRN      COURSE      SEC   PTRM   CR              TITLE              TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
57875   CHEM 103     G01   MS1    1    PRINCIPLES SUPP INSTR III   1500-1550   MW    GRGQ 111   E. BEDASSO
56268   CHEM 103     G02   MS2    1    PRINCIPLES SUPP INSTR III   1500-1550   MW    GRGQ 111   E. BEDASSO
56269   CHEM 110G    G01          4    PRINC & APPL OF CHEM        1300-1415   MW    GRGQ 110   E. BEDASSO
                                       LAB                         1300-1600    F    GRGQ 110
56271   CHEM 110G    G70          4    PRINC & APPL OF CHEM            -             ONLINE     E. BEDASSO

CMT-CREATIVE MEDIA TECHNOLOGY
CRN      COURSE      SEC   PTRM   CR              TITLE              TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
54458   CMT 130      G70   MS1    3    WEB DESIGN I                    -             ONLINE     J. YAZZIE
50778   CMT 140      G70   MS1    3    PRINT MEDIA I                   -             ONLINE     K. HENRY
58121   CMT 142      G70          3    COMPUTER ILLUSTRATION           -             ONLINE     K. HENRY
60348   CMT 145      G70          3    IMAGE PROCESSING I              -             ONLINE     M. WEBB
                                       EVOLUTION OF ELECTRONIC
54454   CMT 151      G70          3                                    -             ONLINE     M. WEBB
                                       GAMES
58119   CMT 160      G01          3    MODELING AND ANIMATION      1645-1755   TR    GRGN 304   J. MORRISON
54457   CMT 180      G70          3    DESIGN PRINCIPLES               -             ONLINE     K. HENRY
52954   CMT 223      G70   MS2    3    MEDIA PRODUCTION SERVICES       -             ONLINE     K. HENRY
56094   CMT 228      G01          3    LEVEL DESIGN CONCEPTS       1740-1910   MW    GRGN 304   M. WEBB
57294   CMT 230      G70          3    WEB DESIGN II                   -             ONLINE     S. JOHNSON
60349   CMT 260      G01          3    3D SPECIAL EFFECTS          1530-1730   MW    GRGN 304   M. WEBB

COMM-COMMUNICATION
CRN      COURSE      SEC   PTRM   CR              TITLE              TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
43583   COMM 253G    G01          3    PUBLIC SPEAKING             1300-1415   MW    GRGQ 101   E. HUMPHREYS
60660   COMM 253G    G02          3    PUBLIC SPEAKING             1300-1415   TR    GRLB 114   S. HOCKER
43590   COMM 265G    G01          3    PRNCPLS-HUMAN CMNCTN            -             ONLINE     S. HOCKER

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DRFT-DRAFTING
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR               TITLE             TIME      DAY     PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
60667   DRFT 109    G01          3    COMPUTER DRFTNG FUND        1300-1445   MW    GRGQ 121   R. GUTIERREZ
60666   DRFT 109    G02          3    COMPUTER DRFTNG FUND        1800-1945   MW    GRGQ 121   H. WRIGHT
58135   DRFT 109    G70          3    COMPUTER DRFTNG FUND            -             ONLINE     R. GUTIERREZ
                                      CIVIL DRAFTING
60663   DRFT 143    G01          3                                1800-1945   MW    GRGQ 121   H. WRIGHT
                                      FUNDAMENTALS
                                      CIVIL DRAFTING
60664   DRFT 143    G70          3                                    -             ONLINE     H. WRIGHT
                                      FUNDAMENTALS
60668   DRFT 276    G01          3    COMP RENDER/ANIMATION 1     1300-1350   TR    GRGQ 121   R. GUTIERREZ
                                      LAB                         1355-1445   TR    GRGQ 121
60669   DRFT 276    G70          3    COMP RENDER/ANIMATION 1         -             ONLINE     R. GUTIERREZ

E S-ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR               TITLE             TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR

60655   E S 110G    G70          4    INTRO ENVIRON SCI               -             ONLINE     S. WALSH

ECED-EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR               TITLE             TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
50662   ECED 115    G70          3    CHLD GWTH, DEV & LRNG           -             ONLINE     K. WINFREY
45852   ECED 125    G70   MS1    2    HEALTH,SAFETY & NUTR            -             ONLINE     K. WINFREY

54466   ECED 135    G70          3    FAMLY & COMNTY COLLAB           -             ONLINE     J. ZAMORA
45855   ECED 215    G70          3    CURRIC DEV THRU PLAY            -             ONLINE     J. LEISTIKOW
45856   ECED 220    G70          2    ECED PRACTICUM I                -             ONLINE     J. LEISTIKOW
54467   ECED 225    G70          3    CURR DEV & IMPL                 -             ONLINE     K. WINFREY
54468   ECED 230    G70          2    ECED PRACTICUM II               -             ONLINE     K. O'CONNOR
48677   ECED 235    G70          3    INTRO LANG, LIT, RDG            -             ONLINE     J. LEISTIKOW
56739   ECED 245    G70   MS2    2    PROFESSIONALISM                 -             ONLINE     K. O'CONNOR
58132   ECED 255    G70          3    ASMNT OF CHLDRN/EVAL            -             ONLINE     L. MARIANO
60619   ECED 265    G01   MS2    3    GUIDING YOUNG CHILDREN      1730-1945   TR    S-GRLA     L. MARIANO
45864   ECED 265    G70          3    GUIDING YOUNG CHILDREN          -             ONLINE     J. LEISTIKOW

ECON-ECONOMICS
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR               TITLE             TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
54638   ECON 251G   G70          3    PRNCPLS OF MACROECONS           -             ONLINE     C. MALDONADO

EDUC-EDUCATION
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR               TITLE             TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
60620   EDUC 103    G70          3    INTRO-INTRNSHP-BIL ED/ESL       -             ONLINE     C. VEGA
60623   EDUC 195    G01   MS1    1    AL3 DOSSIER/OPAL                -       M     GRLB
60624   EDUC 195    G02   MS1    1    TEST PREP                   1730-1945   W     GRLB 114
60825   EDUC 195    G03   MS2    1    TEST PREP                   1730-1945   W     GRLB 114
53055   EDUC 204    G70          3    FNDTNS OF BIL/ESL ED            -             ONLINE     C. VEGA

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ENGL-ENGLISH
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE          TIME      DAY     PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
48725   ENGL 111G   G01          4    RHETORIC/COMPOSITION      1300-1440   TR    GRGQ 101   E. HUMPHREYS
43536   ENGL 111G   G02          4    RHETORIC/COMPOSITION      1730-1910   TR    GRGQ 101   E. HUMPHREYS
60761   ENGL 111G   G03          4    RHETORIC/COMPOSITION      0900-1040   MW    GRGQ 101   J. ERBEN
                                                                WEBINAR
43537   ENGL 111G   G70          4    RHETORIC/COMPOSITION                   W    ONLINE     J. ERBEN
                                                                 7-8PM
38179   ENGL 112G   G70   MS2    2    RHETORIC/COMPOSITION II       -             ONLINE     J. ERBEN
46915   ENGL 211G   G01          3    WRTNG HMNTS/SOC SCIEN     1730-1845   MW    GRGQ 111   E. HUMPHREYS
54422   ENGL 218G   G01          3    TCHNCL & SCNTFC CMNCTN    0900-1130   R     GRGQ 111   J. ERBEN

HIST-HISTORY
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE          TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
56731   HIST 111G   G70          3    GLOBAL HIST TO 1500           -             ONLINE     L. HOLMEN
54447   HIST 201G   G70          3    INTRN-EARLY AMER HIST         -             ONLINE     L. HOLMEN
53072   HIST 202G   G70          3    INTR-RECENT AMER HIST         -             ONLINE     L. HOLMEN

HNDS-HUMAN NUTRITION & DIET
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE          TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
48582   HNDS 251    G70          3    HUMAN NUTRITION               -             ONLINE     U. QUARTEY
48584   HNDS 251    G71   MS2    3    HUMAN NUTRITION               -             ONLINE     U. QUARTEY
58405   HNDS 251    G72          3    HUMAN NUTRITION               -             ONLINE     M. GREGROY
60734   HNDS 251    G73          3    HUMAN NUTRITION               -             ONLINE     A. SEMRAU

MATH-MATHEMATICS
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE          TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
                                                                                             M. CHAVEZ-
45548   MATH 111    G01          3    FUND ELEM MATH I          1630-1745   MW    GRGQ 124
                                                                                             TOIVANEN
45550   MATH 120    G01          3    INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA      1300-1430   TR    GRGQ 103   D. BISHOP
                                                                                             M. CHAVEZ-
45635   MATH 120    G70          3    INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA          -             ONLINE
                                                                                             TOIVANEN
45637   MATH 121G   G01          3    COLLEGE ALGEBRA           1730-1900   MW    GRGQ 101   D. BISHOP
45638   MATH 121G   G70          3    COLLEGE ALGEBRA               -             ONLINE     D. BISHOP
59768   MATH 191G   G01          4    CALCULUS I                1500-1640   MW    GRGQ 103   D. BISHOP

MGT-MANAGEMENT
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE          TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
56722   MGT 201     G70          3    INTRDN TO MANAGEMENT          -             ONLINE     U. QUARTEY

NA - NURSING ASSISTANT
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR                TITLE          TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
43598   NA 104      G70          3    NURS ASST FUND                -             ONLINE     N. GALLAGHER
51251   NA 104 L    G70          1    NA LAB                        -             ONLINE     N. GALLAGHER
43600   NA 105      G70          4    NURS ASST CLINICAL        1230-1630   W     GRLB 113   N. GALLAGHER
                                                                    -             ONLINE

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OECS-COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
CRN     COURSE      SEC   PTRM   CR                     TITLE        TIME     DAY     PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
56040   OECS 105    G01              3   INTRO TO IT              1600-1715   MW    GRGN 301   B. LITTLE BEAR
56089   OECS 105    G70              3   INTRO TO IT                     -          ONLINE     D. SHINER
56096   OECS 105    G71              3   INTRO TO IT                     -          ONLINE     D. SHINER
56097   OECS 105    G72   MS2        3   INTRO TO IT                     -          ONLINE     M. WEBB
48661   OECS 125    G70              3   OPERATING SYSTEMS               -          ONLINE     J. YAZZIE
52113   OECS 185    G01              3   PC MAINT & REPAIR I      1715-1845   TR    GRGN 301   K. HENRY
54101   OECS 185    G70              3   PC MAINT & REPAIR I             -          ONLINE     B. RAMSEY
54522   OECS 195    G70              3   JAVA PROGRAMMING I              -          ONLINE     S. JOHNSON
54464   OECS 204    G70              3   LINUX OPERATING SYSTEM          -          ONLINE     S. JOHNSON
55981   OECS 207    G70              3   WINDOWS                         -          ONLINE     J. YAZZIE
45385   OECS 215    G70              3   SPRDSHT APPLCTNS                -          ONLINE     D. SHINER
60358   OECS 230    G70   MS1        3   DATA CMNCTN/NTWRKS I            -          ONLINE     B. RAMSEY

60359   OECS 231    G70   MS2        3   DATA CMNCTNS/NTWRK II           -          ONLINE     B. RAMSEY

60361   OECS 280    G70              3   DESKTOP PUBLISHING I            -          ONLINE     K. HENRY

OEEM- PARAMEDIC
CRN     COURSE      SEC   PTRM   CR                     TITLE        TIME     DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR

45484   OEEM 101    G01   SC         1   CPR HEALTH CARE          0900-1600    F               B. PENA

45489   OEEM 101    G02   SC         1   CPR HEALTH CARE          0900-1600    F    GRLB 113   B. PENA

OEETS-ELECTRICAL TRADES
CRN     COURSE     SEC    PTRM   CR                     TITLE     TIME        DAY     PLACE    INSTRUCTOR
                                         BASIC ELECTRICITY &
60762   OEET 110   G01           4                                1700-1930   TR    GRGQ 050   G. GARCIA
                                         ELECTRONICS

OETS-TECHNICAL STUDIES
CRN     COURSE      SEC   PTRM   CR                     TITLE        TIME     DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR

52740   OETS 118    G01              3   MATH FOR TECHNICIANS     1300-1415   MW    GRGQ 102   G. GARCIA

P E-PHYSICAL EDUCATION
CRN     COURSE      SEC   PTRM   CR                     TITLE        TIME     DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
58318   P E 129     G01   MS1        1   STEP AEROBICS            1200-1300   TR    GRGM 200   L. SANCHEZ
58319   P E 129     G02   MS2        1   STEP AEROBICS            1200-1300   TR    GRGM 200   L. SANCHEZ
60826   P E 173     G01   MS1        1   RUNNING FITNESS          1030-1130   MW    GRGM 200   L. SANCHEZ
60827   P E 173     G02   MS2        1   RUNNING FITNESS          1030-1130   MW    GRGM 200   L. SANCHEZ
58140   P E 270     G07   MS1        1   BODY SCULPTING           1715-1830   TR    GRGM 200   L. SANCHEZ
58141   P E 270     G08   MS2        1   BODY SCULPTING           1715-1830   TR    GRGM 200   L. SANCHEZ
58322   P E 270     G09   MS1        1   FLEXIBILITY TRAINING     1715-1815   MW    GRGM 200   L. SANCHEZ
58323   P E 270     G10   MS2        1   FLEXIBILITY TRAINING     1715-1815   MW    GRGM 200   L. SANCHEZ
58324   P E 270     G11   MS1        1   HIIT CIRCUIT             1030-1130   TR    GRGM 200   L. SANCHEZ
58325   P E 270     G12   MS2        1   HIIT CIRCUIT             1030-1130   TR    GRGM 200   L. SANCHEZ

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PHIL-PHILOSOPHY
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR             TITLE            TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
                                                               WEBINAR
56736   PHIL 223G   G70          3    ETHICS                               W     ONLINE     J. ERBEN
                                                                7-8PM

PHLS-PUBLIC HEALTH SCIENCES
CRN      COURSE     SED   PTRM   CR             TITLE            TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
52239   PHLS 150G   G70          3    PERSONAL HLTH & WELNES       -             ONLINE     M. GREGORY

PHYS-PHYSICS
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR             TITLE            TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
57307   PHYS 110G   G70          4    GREAT IDEAS PHYSICS          -             ONLINE     J. KERANEN

PSY-PSYCHOLOGY
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR             TITLE            TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
46293   PSY 201G    G70          3    INTRDN-PSYCHOLOGY            -             ONLINE     B. PAYETTE
47130   PSY 201G    G71          3    INTRDN-PSYCHOLOGY            -             ONLINE     A. FISK
60590   PSY 201G    G72          3    INTRDN-PSYCHOLOGY            -             ONLINE     A. FISK
46294   PSY 274     G70   MS1    3    SUBST ABUSE/SERV LRNG        -             ONLINE     M. COATS

S WK-SOCIAL WORK
 CRN     COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR            TITLE             TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
60298   S WK 253    G70   MS1     3   CASE MANAGEMENT              -             ONLINE     M. COATS

SOC-SOCIOLOGY
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR             TITLE            TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
46296   SOC 101G    G70          3    INTRDRY SOCIOLOGY            -             ONLINE     T. MEEHAN
51933   SOC 201G    G70   MS2    3    CNTMPRY SOCIAL PRBMS         -             ONLINE     T. MEEHAN

SPAN-SPANISH
 CRN     COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR            TITLE             TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
45662   SPAN 111    G01           4   ELEMENTARY SPANISH I     1600-1740    TR   GRGQ 107   C. VEGA

STAT-STATISTICS
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR             TITLE            TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
45642   STAT 251G   G01          3    STAT-BSN/BHVRL SCNCS     1100-1215   TR    GRGQ 101   D. BISHOP

W S-GENDER & SEXUALITY STUDIES
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR             TITLE            TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
48770   W S 201G    G70   MS1    3    INTRO TO WOMEN'S STUD        -             ONLINE     M. COATS

WELD-WELDING TECHNOLOGY
CRN      COURSE     SEC   PTRM   CR             TITLE            TIME      DAY     PLACE     INSTRUCTOR
45840   WELD 100    G01          6    STRCTRL WELDING I        1300-1645   TR    GRGQ 051   R. GUTIERREZ
45837   WELD 110    G01          3    BLUEPRINT RDG (WLDNG)    1500-1645   MW    GRGQ 051   R. GUTIERREZ
45838   WELD 125    G01          3    INTRDN-PIPE WELDING      1700-1845   MW    GRGQ 051   R. GUTIERREZ
60662   WELD 140    G01          3    INTRO TO GTAW (TIG)      1700-1845   TR    GRGQ 051   R. GUTIERREZ
45839   WELD 190    G01          3    WELDED ART               1900-2045   MW    GRGQ 051   R. ESTEVAN

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2nd 8 Weeks (MS2)
 CRN      COURSE    SEC   PTRM   CR                   TITLE          TIME      DAY    PLACE       INSTRUCTOR
60654   BIOL 250    G02   MS2     1    HESI PREP                   1430-1630    R    GRGQ 110   A. SEMRAU
58143   BMGT 221    G70   MS2     3    INTERNSHIP I                    -             ONLINE     J. GNODLE
54523   C J 101G    G71   MS2    3     INTRO CRIMINAL JUSTICE          -             ONLINE     M. STONEKING
56268   CHEM 103    G02   MS2    1     PRINCIPLES SUPP INSTR III   1500-1550   MW    GRGQ 111   E. BEDASSO
52954   CMT 223     G70   MS2    3     MEDIA PRODUCTION SERVICES       -             ONLINE     K. HENRY
56739   ECED 245    G70   MS2    2     PROFESSIONALISM                 -             ONLINE     K. O'CONNOR
60619   ECED 265    G01   MS2    3     GUIDING YOUNG CHILDREN      1730-1945   TR    S-GRLA     L. MARIANO
60825   EDUC 195    G03   MS2    1     TEST PREP                   1730-1945   W     GRLB 114
38179   ENGL 112G   G70   MS2    2     RHETORIC/COMPOSITION II         -        -    ONLINE     J. ERBEN
48584   HNDS 251    G71   MS2    3     HUMAN NUTRITION                 -             ONLINE     U. QUARTEY
56097   OECS 105    G72   MS2    3     INTRO TO IT                     -             ONLINE     M. WEBB
60359   OECS 231    G70   MS2    3     DATA CMNCTNS/NTWRK II           -             ONLINE     B. RAMSEY
58319   P E 129     G02   MS2    1     STEP AEROBICS               1200-1300   TR    GRGM 200   L. SANCHEZ
60827   P E 173     G02   MS2    1     RUNNING FITNESS             1030-1130   MW    GRGM 200   L. SANCHEZ
58141   P E 270     G08   MS2    1     BODY SCULPTING              1715-1830   TR    GRGM 200   L. SANCHEZ
58323   P E 270     G10   MS2    1     FLEXIBILITY TRAINING        1200-1300   MW    GRGM 200   L. SANCHEZ
58325   P E 270     G12   MS2    1     HIIT CIRCUIT                1030-1130   TR    GRGM 200   L. SANCHEZ
51933   SOC 201G    G70   MS2    3     CNTMPRY SOCIAL PRBMS            -             ONLINE     T. MEEHAN

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Scholarships
                   ELIGIBILTIY REQUIREMENTS                                                             APPLICATION
ASSOCIATED         •   2.5 cumulative GPA                                                   Award: $500 Summer Semester
STUDENT            •   Enrolled in at least 6 credits during the Summer
GOVERNMENT         •   Complete, processed FAFSA on file.                                   Apply at Scholar Dollar$
SUMMER             •   Must have financial need                                             scholarships.nmsu.edu
SCHOLARSHIP        •   History of community service or volunteer work                       Due May 1 (preferred).

CONTINENTAL                                                                                 Annual Award: $4,000
                • 2.5 cumulative GPA
DIVIDE ELECTRIC
                • Full-time enrollment, attending an accredited institution in NM           Application available February 1 at
FOUNDATION
SCHOLARSHIP     • Active member or immediate family of the co-op                            www.cdec.coop Due on May 1

DAN ALLEN          •   2.8 cumulative GPA                                                   Award: $400+ per semester
NIELSON            •   Attending NMSU Grants                                                Apply at Scholar Dollar$
MEMORIAL           •   Must be classified as a Freshman                                     scholarships.nmsu.edu
ENDOWED            •   Be involved in the betterment of their community                     and have all required credentials uploaded
SCHOLARSHIP        •   Preference to Grants High School graduates                           by May 1 (preferred).

GORDON             •   3.0 cumulative GPA                                                   Award: $500 per semester
MCMILLAN           •   Majoring in Associate of Arts                                        Apply at Scholar Dollar$
FAMILY             •   Full time enrollment                                                 scholarships.nmsu.edu by May 1
SCHOLARSHIP        •   Must have financial need per FAFSA                                   (preferred)
                   •   2.5 cumulative GPA                                                   Award: $800 per semester
JOHN & TERESA
                   •   NM Resident                                                          Apply at Scholar Dollar$
MIERS
                   •   Must be enrolled at Grants Campus                                    scholarships.nmsu.edu
SCHOLARSHIP
                   •   Preference for students who have a gap in their university studies   Due May 1 (preferred)
                   • 2.5 cumulative GPA
                   • Enrolled at least half-time                                            Award: $500- 1,500 per semester
                   • NM resident                                                            Contact teacher preparation program at
GROW YOUR
                   • Accepted into NMSU’s teacher preparation program
OWN TEACHERS                                                                                NMSU Grants for scholarship application
                   • Has not earned educational credentials to be licensed as a             instructions. Kati O’Connor (505) 287-6693
                     teacher by the Public Ed Dept                                          or Student Services at (505) 287-6678.
                   • Demonstrates financial need. (FAFSA required)
                                                                                            Award: percentage of tuition
                   • 2.5 Cumulative GPA and completed 12 credits after first
                     college semester                                                       No application required
                   • NM resident.
LEGISLATIVE                                                                                 Renewable: 2.5 cumulative GPA and
                   • High school diploma from a NM accredited school, a NM GED,
LOTTERY                                                                                     complete 12 credits per semester for a
                     or a NM-HiSET.
SCHOLARSHIP                                                                                 maximum of 3 semesters at NMSU
                   • Must enroll in college within 16 months after high school
                     graduation or receipt of GED/HiSET. (NMSU Grants) 15 credits           Grants.
                     (NMSU Las Cruces)                                                      15 credits, maximum 7 semesters at
                                                                                            NMSU Las Cruces
                   •   3.0 cumulative GPA
                   •   Degree seeking                                                       Award: $500 per year
LUCY MA            •   NM resident                                                          Apply at Scholar Dollar$
ENDOWMENT          •   Full-time enrollment                                                 scholarships.nmsu.edu
                   •   Completed FAFSA on file                                              Due May 1 (preferred)
                   •   Must have financial need

MARVIN & HELEN • 2.5 cumulative GPA                                                         Award: $450+ per semester
RIDER          • Enrolled in at least 6 credit hours at NMSU Grants                         Apply at Scholar Dollar$
MEMORIAL       • Preference given to NM GED graduates. Financial need per                   scholarships.nmsu.edu
ENDOWMENT        FAFSA                                                                      Due May 1 (preferred).
                   •   3.0 cumulative GPA                                                   Award: $500+ per semester
PABLO &            •   Enrolled in at least 6 credits at NMSU Grants
PABLITA PENA       •   Preference given to students who reside in San Mateo, NM             Apply at Scholar Dollar$
ENDOWMENT          •   Complete FAFSA must be on file                                       scholarships.nmsu.edu by May 1
                   •   Financial need                                                       (preferred)

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•   2.5 cumulative GPA
                •   Full time enrollment preferred                                   Award: In state/in district tuition
PRESIDENTS
                •   Must be a NM resident seeking an Associate degree.
SCHOLARSHIP
                •   No prior degree                                                  Apply at Scholar Dollar$
NMSU GRANTS
                •   Must have less than 72 earned credits                            scholarships.nmsu.edu by May 1
(3% FUNDS)
                •   Students with other NM tuition scholarships are not eligible     (preferred)
                    (NM Lottery recipients are not eligible)

                •   2.5 cumulative GPA
P. STEVEN                                                                            Award: $500 per semester
                •   NM Resident
THOMAS                                                                               Apply at Scholar Dollar$
                •   Freshman or Sophomore at NMSU Grants
MEMORIAL                                                                             scholarships.nmsu.edu by May 1
ENDOWMENT       •   Enrolled in at least 6 credits at Grants                         (preferred)
                •   Preference to non-traditional female students

                •   2.75 cumulative GPA                                              Award: $400+ per semester
                •   Graduate of NM High School                                       Apply at Scholar Dollar$
ROSE ORILLA
                •   Enrolled at least 6 credits at Grants                            scholarships.nmsu.edu Must have all
SCHOLARSHIP
                •   Enrolled member of a federally recognized Native American        required credentials (CIB) uploaded by
                    Tribe (CIB required)                                             May 1 (preferred).

                •   2.5 cumulative GPA                                               Award: $750-1,500 per semester
TEACHER         •   Enrolled at least half-time
PREPARATION     •   NM resident                                                      Contact teacher preparation program at
AFFORDABILITY   •   Pursuing a teaching degree                                       NMSU Grants for scholarship application
SCHOLARSHIP     •   Has not yet earned educational credentials to be licensed as a   instructions. Kati O’Connor (505) 287-6693
                    teacher. Demonstrates financial need. (FAFSA required)           or Student Services at (505) 287-6678.

                                            TRIBAL SCHOLARSHIPS

ACOMA HIGHER EDUCATION                                                     www.puebloofacoma.org

AMERICAN INDIAN SCIENCE & ENGINEERING SOCIETY (AISES)                      www.aises.org
AMERICAN INDIAN SERVICES                                                   www.americanindianservices.org
AMERICAN INDIAN GRADUATE CENTER FOR NATIVE SCHOLARSHIPS                    www.aigcs.org
COBELL SCHOLARSHIP                                                         https://cobellscholar.org/
LAGUNA PARTNERS FOR SUCCESS                                                www.partnersforsuccess.us
NAVAJO NATION SCHOLARSHIP (ONNSFA)                                         www.onnsfa.org
ZUNI EDUCATION AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER (ZECDC)                      www.ashiwi.org/zecdc/Tribal.Scholarship.html

     Scholar Dollar$ - One Application All NMSU Scholarships
                   https://scholarships.nmsu.edu/

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