Student Affairs is the department and office which houses the Career Services, International & Exchange Programs, and the Multicultural Programs. They are located in room 262 of the Fidel Center. Student Affairs and Career Services help students prepare for interviews, review resumes, and provide other services such as Career Closet.
Other student-oriented programs and services are offered outside of the scope of Student Affairs. These include the on-campus clinic, the recreation centers and gym, support groups, and more. Below is a list of active clubs and organizations at NMT, along with a list of other important services for students. Keep in mind: this list is not a complete list of services offered. More services will be added in the near future.
Everybody needs to have a resume when applying for internships and jobs, and the Career Services Office at NMT will help you write one. The Resume Writing Workshops help students fine tune existing resumes and they can help students construct new resumes if needed. Click the panel to learn more.
When applying for a job, reviewers are going to speed read through your resume, and you need to make sure it stands out. The Flash Resume Review helps students fine tune their resumes so that they can be the best they can be on paper, while still maintaining who they are and what skills the student may have. The Flash Resume Review helps students make an impression when applying for internships and jobs. Click this panel to learn more.
Every semester, NMT hosts several businesses and organizations in a Career Fair. Here, students can speak with representatives of businesses and organizations they are interested in. Students can exchange information, fill out applications, and send in their resumes. The Career Fair is an excellent opportunity for students to apply for internships and jobs easily. Click the panel to learn more.
The Career Services Office hosts businesses and organizations looking to hire students full time or for internships. Information about interviews and sessions with these organizations can be found by clicking on this panel.
New Mexico Tech often has guest lectures from distinguished individuals. The lectures range widely across subjects and disciplines. Some lectures have been given by NMT Alumni who have conducted research in their field, and other lectures have been given by organizations hosted by campus clubs. Click this panel to view the events calendar, and be sure to keep checking your department email for more information on lectures in your field.
New Mexico Tech's Career Services Office offers students a wide variety of resources in their pursuit of a degree, and in their pursuit of a job after receiving their degree. The Career Services Office helps students practice their skills necessary to succeed in job applications and interviews as well as internship applications and interviews. Click this panel to learn more.
New Mexico Tech awards financial aid to both students in need and students who demonstrate academic excellence. NMT is also the only university in the state to stack scholarships for students. Click this panel to learn more.
New Mexico Tech houses an on-campus clinic. Located in the Fidel center, the clinic offers physical exams, cultures and lab work, STD consultations and treatment, Asthma treatment, services for dependents of enrolled students, family planning and more. Click this panel to visit the webpage.
Campus Police works to maintain the campus emergency response system known as RAVE. You can sign up for RAVE to get notifications and updates about things like fire alarms, water and power outages, and cancellations due to extreme weather. Campus Police also maintain a series of emergency contact points across campus. Click this pane to visit the Campus Police webpage.
The Office for Counseling and Disability Services (OCDS) provides students with the tools and services they need to be mentally and physically capable of tackling the academics at NMT. OCDS provides services for students with disabilities, and they provide mental health counseling for any student in need. Click the panel to visit their webpage.
New Mexico Tech and the Student Government Association (SGA) sponsor over fifty clubs that are open to all students. Many clubs can help you further your academic career while also cultivating valuable skills and providing a great way to socialize and relax!
A complete list of clubs funded by the SGA can be found by clicking this link. Here you can also learn more about how to create your own club! Students at New Mexico Tech are always looking for ways to entertain themselves in order to have a great college experience.