Here you will find details about the registration schedule, important dates and deadlines, registration conditions, tuition and billing information, the final exam schedule, and other useful information.
Registration for Summer and Fall 2014 opens on April 10, 2014.
Make sure you are ready to register by:
- Making an appointment with your academic advisor. (See the Advising Directory for more information.)
- Taking care of any holds that might delay registering.
- Knowing when you can register.
Log in to myNMSU to view the course schedule, check your registration status, class schedule, and add or drop courses.
If you do not have a myNMSU account, you can still view the course schedule.
Your registration date – To see your specific registration date, log in to myNMSU and click your Student tab. Select Registration, then Registration Status. The Registration Status page will also show any holds that will prevent registration.
For a general list of registration dates for an upcoming semester, see the Registration Date by Classification page for that semester.
Registration time – You can begin registering at 5 a.m. on your registration date. You can register and/or change classes until registration for the semester ends.
Registration dates and classification – Your registration date is determined by your classification now, not at the end of the current semester. For example, if you are currently a sophomore but at the end of the semester will be a junior you will have the sophomore registration time. See the table below for more information about classification.
Classification (class rank)
|Freshman||Less than 28 credits|
|Sophomore||Successful completion of 28 credits|
|Junior||Successful completion of 62 credits|
|Senior||Successful completion of 94 credits|
Questions – Contact Sandra McKay in the Registrar’s Office.
Campus Priority Registration
Students are best served when they take classes on their primary campus. It is there that students have access to advisors and faculty who are most familiar with their degree programs. Other support services, such as financial aid and tutoring, are best delivered from a student’s primary campus.
For that reason, students at all NMSU campuses will take 100- and 200-level classes at their primary campus if they are offered there. Students can take courses on other campuses if the course is not offered or if there are no seats available in that course at their primary campus. For example, DACC classes in Library Science that are not offered on other campuses will be open to students system-wide. Students can also register for courses on another campus when those courses are full on their primary campus, and students at NMSU-LC can register for developmental courses on any campus.
Exceptions will be authorized by Academic Advisors when they are
- Consistent with the intent that students take courses on their primary campus
- In support of student degree and certificate completion
Two weeks before classes begin each term, students will be able to register for any course on any campus provided space is available and the they meet prerequisites. Registration will open for all students to take any course on any campus on May 8 for Summer classes.
Information for Spring 2014
*NMSU no longer prints a paper version of the Course Schedule.