Remembering every deadline when it comes to college can be difficult. Given that, we have compiled a list of important deadlines that all incoming students should know. Click on the item to learn more about it.
Add / Drop days exist so that you can add or drop classes during the first part of the semester. Either you need more credits for a scholarship, or you decided you need to switch to a different section of a class. Regardless of the reason, you cannot add or drop classes after these days. To find out the details for each semester, visit the Registrar's webpage.
Grade option changes are changes in how your courses are graded. Pass/Fail and Standard Letter are the two kinds of grades a student can receive. Changing your option also allows you to change the course from graded to audited. After these dates, your grade option remains unchangable. Changing your grade option may be important, as Pass/Fail and Audit options don't effect your GPA. However, you will have to retake the class if you need it as a prerequisite for another class. For more information on grade option changes and deadlines, visit the Registrar's webpage.
These dates and deadlines are extremely important in making sure you hit the ground running on your first day at NMT. If you have any questions regarding these days, please contact Rebecca Clemens.
Most courses will transfer to meet general elective, general education core curriculum, or major requirements. To find out how a specific class will transfer, please email the Registrar (email@example.com). More information can be found by clicking this link
Every student at NMT is issues an ID number and a login username. The ID number is often called your "900 number", or "nine-hundred number". It is a nine digit number that identifies you as a student of NMT. Your ID number is printed on your Student ID card and it is used to access your Banweb Account.
Your student username is usually your first initial with characters from your last name. For example: "John Smith" might be
To log onto a TCC Computer, you will use your student username (
jsmith) and a password. Your password is randomly generated at first, and then you are prompted to enter a new password. This username and password is also how you log onto your school email.
To access things like your student records or your registration status, you will need to go to Banweb. Your username for Banweb is your 900 Number, and your password for Banweb is different than your TCC password.
It should be noted that for registering for your classes, you will need an apin. YOUR APIN IS NOT THE SAME AS YOUR BANWEB OR TCC PASSWORD. Your apin acts as a digital signature from your advisor stating that they approve your proposed schedule for classes.
Communicating with your advisor is extremely important for your academic success at NMT. Incoming students should receive an email on their school email explaining who their advisor is. It is important to familiarize yourself with your advisor and who they are so you can feel comfortable approaching them for help.
Below is a list of items students should be prepared for when speaking with their advisor:
If, for some reason, you are unable to reach your advisor, try talking to the department chair or the department secretary. Usually they will be able to help you with any issues you may have, or they can put you in contact with your advisor.
If all else fails in contacting your advisor, contact Rebecca Clemens. She will be able to help you with some problems and she may be able to get you in touch with your advisor.
To visit the financial aid webpage, click here.
New Mexico Tech offers financial aid for students who may need it. NMT accepts scholarships and stacks them, allowing students to accumulate large ammounts of financial aid from external scholarships and funds. NMT offers university scholarships ranging on academic performance for enrolled students and for incoming students. To learn more about financial aid, click here.
To visit the Residential Life webpage, click here. You can find rates and requirements there.
Residential Life at NMT offers all students housing both on campus and off. Housing styles are seperated into two distinct styles: dorms and apartments. Dorm rooms either have community bathrooms or suite-style bathrooms. Apartments are available both on campus and off campus. Freshmen residents are not required to live on campus, however it is highly recommended as it allows you to become familiar with the campus and your peers