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Student Certification Checklists

Before your initial visit:

For your initial visit:

Every semester:

  • Find your Concise Student Schedule:
    • Log in to myNMSU
    • Click the Student and Financial Aid tab
    • Navigate to Banner Self-Service > Student > Registration > Concise Student Schedule (show me)
  • Submit your Concise Student Schedule:
    • In person: Garcia Annex, Room 144
    • By email: mvp@nmsu.edu
    • By fax: (575) 646-1113

If Applicable:

Veterans Non-Resident Tuition Waiver

Effective July 1, 2009, qualified veterans (who do not live in New Mexico) can receive in-state tuition as directed by Senate Bill 136.

If a veteran is qualified under SB 136, they need to:

  • Submit a signed Veterans Non-Resident Tuition Waiver to NMSU Office of 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 SB 136. The waiver will then be forwarded to the Registrar’s Office to prompt in-state tuition rates.

Other

Before your initial visit:

For your initial visit:

Every semester:

  • Find your Concise Student Schedule:
    • Log in to myNMSU
    • Click the Student and Financial Aid tab
    • Navigate to Banner Self-Service > Student > Registration > Concise Student Schedule (show me)
  • Submit your Concise Student Schedule:
    • In person: Garcia Annex, Room 144
    • By email: mvp@nmsu.edu
    • By fax: (575) 646-1113

If Applicable:

Veterans Non-Resident Tuition Waiver

Effective July 1, 2009, qualified veterans (who do not live in New Mexico) can receive in-state tuition as directed by Senate Bill 136.

If a veteran is qualified under SB 136, they need to:

  • Submit a signed Veterans Non-Resident Tuition Waiver to NMSU Office of 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 SB 136. The waiver will then be forwarded to the Registrar’s Office to prompt in-state tuition rates.

Other

Before your initial visit:

For your initial visit:

Every semester:

  • Find your Concise Student Schedule:
    • Log in to myNMSU
    • Click the Student and Financial Aid tab
    • Navigate to Banner Self-Service > Student > Registration > Concise Student Schedule (show me)
  • Submit your Concise Student Schedule:
    • In person: Garcia Annex, Room 144
    • By email: mvp@nmsu.edu
    • By fax: (575) 646-1113

If Applicable:

Veterans Non-Resident Tuition Waiver

Effective July 1, 2009, qualified veterans (who do not live in New Mexico) can receive in-state tuition as directed by Senate Bill 136.

If a veteran is qualified under SB 136, they need to:

  • Submit a signed Veterans Non-Resident Tuition Waiver to NMSU Office of 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 SB 136. The waiver will then be forwarded to the Registrar’s Office to prompt in-state tuition rates.

Other

Before your initial visit:

For your initial visit:

Every semester:

  • Find your Concise Student Schedule:
    • Log in to myNMSU
    • Click the Student and Financial Aid tab
    • Navigate to Banner Self-Service > Student > Registration > Concise Student Schedule (show me)
  • Submit your Concise Student Schedule:
    • In person: Garcia Annex, Room 144
    • By email: mvp@nmsu.edu
    • By fax: (575) 646-1113

If Applicable:

Veterans Non-Resident Tuition Waiver

Effective July 1, 2009, qualified veterans (who do not live in New Mexico) can receive in-state tuition as directed by Senate Bill 136.

If a veteran is qualified under SB 136, they need to:

  • Submit a signed Veterans Non-Resident Tuition Waiver to NMSU Office of 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 SB 136. The waiver will then be forwarded to the Registrar’s Office to prompt in-state tuition rates.

Other

Before your initial visit:

For your initial visit:

Every semester:

  • Find your Concise Student Schedule:
    • Log in to myNMSU
    • Click the Student and Financial Aid tab
    • Navigate to Banner Self-Service > Student > Registration > Concise Student Schedule (show me)
  • Submit your Concise Student Schedule:
    • In person: Garcia Annex, Room 144
    • By email: mvp@nmsu.edu
    • By fax: (575) 646-1113

If Applicable:

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
    • Click the Student and Financial Aid tab
    • Navigate to Banner Self-Service > Student > Registration > Concise Student Schedule (show me)
  • Submit your Concise Student Schedule:
    • In person: Garcia Annex, Room 144
    • By email: mvp@nmsu.edu
    • By fax: (575) 646-1113

If Applicable:

Veterans Non-Resident Tuition Waiver

Effective July 1, 2009, qualified veterans (who do not live in New Mexico) can receive in-state tuition as directed by Senate Bill 136.

If a veteran is qualified under SB 136, they need to:

  • Submit a signed Veterans Non-Resident Tuition Waiver to NMSU Office of 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 SB 136. The waiver will then be forwarded to the Registrar’s Office to prompt in-state tuition rates.

Other