Office of the Vice President, Dr. Bernadette Montoya
- Bernadette Montoya plus Jeremy Witte and Lydia Hammond of ASNMSU attended the second of three Senate Memorial 101 Working Group meetings. They presented a proposal to address the Lottery Fund solvency problem that addresses state-wide higher education goals of access, completion, and solvency.
- The SAEM Assessment Team drafted their mission statement this week: “SAEM Assessment builds a culture of evidence within our division to continuously improve the programs, services, and experiences provided to NMSU students.”
University Admissions, Ms. Valerie Pickett
- The recruiting season for Fall 2014 is underway! Recruiters are traveling to College Days in New Mexico, Colorado, and Arizona, and recruiters from International and Border Programs have started a 2-week swing through South America. See more at http://prospective.nmsu.edu/general/recruitment-events.html.
University Financial Aid and Scholarship Services, Ms. Janie Merchant
- The Scholar Dollars system paid over $7.2 million to students for the 2013–2014 fiscal year so far. This total includes endowed scholarships, current use scholarships, grants, fellowships, and athletic aid.
University Registrar, Mr. Mike Zimmerman
- NMSU students system-wide completed 649 degrees at the end of the summer 2013 term: 229 associate degrees, 280 bachelor degrees, and 140 graduate degrees.
Student Engagement, Dr. Terry Cook
- Career Services presented the 2012–2013 Candidate Survey of Employment Status Analysis of Results to the Presidents’ Advisory Council. The primary objective of the survey is to determine NMSU student employment status after graduation.
- Career Service’s Resume AggieMania started on September 4 and runs through September 10. Career Services staff review student resumes at various locations around campus, including the Business Complex Lobby, the Engineering College, Corbett Center Student Union, O’Donnell Hall, and the Gerald Thomas Lobby.
Student Life, Dr. Michael Jasek
- Campus Activities hosted CLUB RUSH on Tuesday and Thursday at the Corbett Center Student Union. This event gave students a chance to learn about campus organizations. All space available was occupied both days by clubs interested in outreach.
- Campus Activities visited to four sections of University 150 to discuss the benefits of campus involvement for all students.
- Greek Affairs: 98 men accepted bids to join one of the 10 fraternities on campus.
- Dean of Students and representatives from the Round Up developed a plan to address concerns the paper has about a lack of support by the University.
- Michael Jasek presented “Assessment 201: Tools for Documenting Learning” to about a dozen staff members from SAEM. These workshops present assessment tools and techniques to any member of SAEM interested in improving our practices and outcomes.