Student Certification Checklists

Before your initial visit:

For your initial visit:

  • Complete and submit the following documents to NMSU Military and Veterans Programs:

Every semester:

  • Find your Concise Student Schedule:
    • Log in to myNMSU
    • Select the Student tab
    • Click Concise Student Schedule under Quick Links
  • Run your STAR Degree Audit Report
    • Log in to STAR Degree Audit
    • Choose a College or Branch Campus, Program and Catalog Year
    • Select Format PDF under Options
    • Click Run Audit and then Download PDF Audit
    • Open or Save report to desktop
  • Submit your Concise Student Schedule and STAR Degree Audit Report:
    • In person: Corbett Center Student Union, Room 244 (2nd Floor)
    • By email: mvp@nmsu.edu
    • By fax: (575) 646-1113

If Applicable:

MVP Waiver

Effective July 1, 2015, qualified veterans and dependents (who do not live in New Mexico) can receive in-state tuition as directed by New Mexico House Bill 427. If qualified under the New Mexico House Bill 427, then submit a signed Resident Tuition Application for Active Military, Veterans and Dependents of the U.S. Armed Forces to NMSU Military and Veterans Programs School Certifying Officials within 2 weeks of the start of the semester. School Certifying Officials will verify that the veteran is eligible for benefits as outlined in New Mexico House Bill 427.

Other

Before your initial visit:

For your initial visit:

  • Complete and submit the following documents to NMSU Military and Veterans Programs:

Every semester:

  • Find your Concise Student Schedule:
    • Log in to myNMSU
    • Select the Student tab
    • Click Concise Student Schedule under Quick Links
  • Run your STAR Degree Audit Report
    • Log in to STAR Degree Audit
    • Choose a College or Branch Campus, Program and Catalog Year
    • Select Format PDF under Options
    • Click Run Audit and then Download PDF Audit
    • Open or Save report to desktop
  • Submit your Concise Student Schedule and STAR Degree Audit Report:
    • In person: Corbett Center Student Union, Room 244 (2nd Floor)
    • By email: mvp@nmsu.edu
    • By fax: (575) 646-1113

If Applicable:

MVP Waiver

Effective July 1, 2015, qualified veterans and dependents (who do not live in New Mexico) can receive in-state tuition as directed by New Mexico House Bill 427. If qualified under the New Mexico House Bill 427, then submit a signed Resident Tuition Application for Active Military, Veterans and Dependents of the U.S. Armed Forces to NMSU Military and Veterans Programs School Certifying Officials within 2 weeks of the start of the semester. School Certifying Officials will verify that the veteran is eligible for benefits as outlined in New Mexico House Bill 427.

Other

Before your initial visit:

For your initial visit:

  • Complete and submit the following documents to NMSU Military and Veterans Programs:

Every semester:

  • Find your Concise Student Schedule:
    • Log in to myNMSU
    • Select the Student tab
    • Click Concise Student Schedule under Quick Links
  • Run your STAR Degree Audit Report
    • Log in to STAR Degree Audit
    • Choose a College or Branch Campus, Program and Catalog Year
    • Select Format PDF under Options
    • Click Run Audit and then Download PDF Audit
    • Open or Save report to desktop
  • Submit your Concise Student Schedule and STAR Degree Audit Report:
    • In person: Corbett Center Student Union, Room 244 (2nd Floor)
    • By email: mvp@nmsu.edu
    • By fax: (575) 646-1113

If Applicable:

MVP Waiver

Effective July 1, 2015, qualified veterans and dependents (who do not live in New Mexico) can receive in-state tuition as directed by New Mexico House Bill 427. If qualified under the New Mexico House Bill 427, then submit a signed Resident Tuition Application for Active Military, Veterans and Dependents of the U.S. Armed Forces to NMSU Military and Veterans Programs School Certifying Officials within 2 weeks of the start of the semester. School Certifying Officials will verify that the veteran is eligible for benefits as outlined in New Mexico House Bill 427.

Other

Before your initial visit:

For your initial visit:

  • Complete and submit the following documents to NMSU Military and Veterans Programs:

Every semester:

  • Find your Concise Student Schedule:
    • Log in to myNMSU
    • Select the Student tab
    • Click Concise Student Schedule under Quick Links
  • Run your STAR Degree Audit Report
    • Log in to STAR Degree Audit
    • Choose a College or Branch Campus, Program and Catalog Year
    • Select Format PDF under Options
    • Click Run Audit and then Download PDF Audit
    • Open or Save report to desktop
  • Submit your Concise Student Schedule and STAR Degree Audit Report:
    • In person: Corbett Center Student Union, Room 244 (2nd Floor)
    • By email: mvp@nmsu.edu
    • By fax: (575) 646-1113

If Applicable:

MVP Waiver

Effective July 1, 2015, qualified veterans and dependents (who do not live in New Mexico) can receive in-state tuition as directed by New Mexico House Bill 427. If qualified under the New Mexico House Bill 427, then submit a signed Resident Tuition Application for Active Military, Veterans and Dependents of the U.S. Armed Forces to NMSU Military and Veterans Programs School Certifying Officials within 2 weeks of the start of the semester. School Certifying Officials will verify that the veteran is eligible for benefits as outlined in New Mexico House Bill 427.

Other

Before your initial visit:

For your initial visit:

  • Complete and submit the following documents to NMSU Military and Veterans Programs:

Every semester:

  • Find your Concise Student Schedule:
    • Log in to myNMSU
    • Select the Student tab
    • Click Concise Student Schedule under Quick Links
  • Run your STAR Degree Audit Report
    • Log in to STAR Degree Audit
    • Choose a College or Branch Campus, Program and Catalog Year
    • Select Format PDF under Options
    • Click Run Audit and then Download PDF Audit
    • Open or Save report to desktop
  • Submit your Concise Student Schedule and STAR Degree Audit Report:
    • In person: Corbett Center Student Union, Room 244 (2nd Floor)
    • By email: mvp@nmsu.edu
    • By fax: (575) 646-1113

If Applicable:

MVP Waiver

Effective July 1, 2015, qualified veterans and dependents (who do not live in New Mexico) can receive in-state tuition as directed by New Mexico House Bill 427. If qualified under the New Mexico House Bill 427, then submit a signed Resident Tuition Application for Active Military, Veterans and Dependents of the U.S. Armed Forces to NMSU Military and Veterans Programs School Certifying Officials within 2 weeks of the start of the semester. School Certifying Officials will verify that the veteran is eligible for benefits as outlined in New Mexico House Bill 427.

Other

Before your initial visit:

  • Get confirmation that your VA Case Manager has submitted VA Form 28-1905

For your initial visit:

Every semester:

  • Find your Concise Student Schedule:
    • Log in to myNMSU
    • Select the Student tab
    • Click Concise Student Schedule under Quick Links
  • Run your STAR Degree Audit Report
    • Log in to STAR Degree Audit
    • Choose a College or Branch Campus, Program and Catalog Year
    • Select Format PDF under Options
    • Click Run Audit and then Download PDF Audit
    • Open or Save report to desktop
  • Submit your Concise Student Schedule and STAR Degree Audit Report:
    • In person: Corbett Center Student Union, Room 244 (2nd Floor)
    • By email: mvp@nmsu.edu
    • By fax: (575) 646-1113

If Applicable:

MVP Waiver

Effective July 1, 2015, qualified veterans and dependents (who do not live in New Mexico) can receive in-state tuition as directed by New Mexico House Bill 427. If qualified under the New Mexico House Bill 427, then submit a signed Resident Tuition Application for Active Military, Veterans and Dependents of the U.S. Armed Forces to NMSU Military and Veterans Programs School Certifying Officials within 2 weeks of the start of the semester. School Certifying Officials will verify that the veteran is eligible for benefits as outlined in New Mexico House Bill 427.

Other