New Mexico State - Grants is a public college located in Grants, New Mexico. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 173 undergraduate students. The New Mexico State - Grants acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Nursing Assistant, and Early Childhood Education. Graduating 27% of students, New Mexico State - Grants alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $24,800.
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Liberal Arts and Humanities35 Graduates
Nursing Assistant14 Graduates
Early Childhood Education7 Graduates
Human Services7 Graduates
Computer Systems Technician6 Graduates
Criminal Justice and Safety Studies6 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics4 Graduates
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New Mexico State University - Grants Reviews
I am an alumni from New Mexico State University-Grants Campus. It was here that I received my Associate of Arts in May of 2007, my Certificate of completion in Nursing Assisting in December 2007, and lastly, my Associate of Science in May 2008. My first year at NMSU-Grants the school did not offer a nursing program. However, a couple years later the Bachelors of Nursing program was available to students interesting in pursuing a nursing degree. I was happy to hear that I did not have to leave my reservation, which is an hour south of Grants. I did not have to transfer to the main campus and it was a better for me to stay closer to home to help my parents until I completed my bachelor's degree. So overall, NMSU-Grants has showed me that I can now accomplish my goal of finishing my nursing degree.
My experience has been great. I've met new people from with different cultures and values, and the diversity is awesome.
A large majority of the students are older people with children. There are a lot of moms trying to get nursing degrees so they can make a better living for their families. The students get very involved with the clubs and campus activities. ASG and the Native American club are two organizations at our school that are really passionate about what they do and they definitely make our campus a nicer, more enjoyable place. Most of the students try their best in classes and campus activities. The majority of students are Hispanic and native american, and Caucasians are actually the minority in this town. There is a vast variety of age groups, race, and religions, but we all seem to practice acceptance exceptionally well. Everyone is really kind to one another and the whole school environment is just really friendly and warm.