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Welcome to Disability Access Services NMSU

Disability Access Services (DAS) provides accommodations, education, consultation and advocacy for qualified students with disabilities at New Mexico State University. DAS works with students at NMSU & DACC, across New Mexico and around the world.

New Mexico State University is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified NMSU students in accordance with state and federal laws. Disability Access Services at New Mexico State University offers a variety of services to students with documented physical, learning, or psychological disabilities. Please call or email to make an appointment.

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REMINDER: Please be sure to send out your accommodation notifications to your instructors for the Spring 2023 Semester. You can find step by step instructions on how to send out your accommodation notifications to your professors under the Student Tab by selecting Process for Current DAS Students. You can also access our video tutorials on the process under the Video How To’s Link. 

Don't forget to set an appointment with our office to discuss any adjustments to accommodations, clinical or internship accommodations, or Graduate School accommodations as early as you can before the Spring semester.

NOTE: Students if you have transferred to another NMSU campus, please call our office to notify us so that we can assist with transferring your accommodations to that campus. 

If you run into any issues or have any questions please feel free to email us or give us a call at or 575-646-6840.

Thank you.

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Below is a list of resources/departments located at the NMSU-Las Cruces campus that we hope you find useful during your time here. Please get in touch with the applicable office directly if you have any questions about the services they provide. Be sure to reach out to us if you are curious about other resources on campus!

  • Center for Academic Advising & Student Support (CAASS): works in a shared partnership between the student and advisor to the student how to define, plan, and achieve their educational, career, and individual goals.
  • ICT Computer Labs: find the most up-to-date information on where you can go to access a computer lab while on campus.
  • Campus Tutoring Services: offers NMSU undergraduate students free, accessible, and convenient options to supplement their academic experience for our most in-demand courses on campus via both individual and small-group tutoring. CTS also has an online tutoring partnership with Brainfuse for after-hours tutoring.
  • Math Success Center: helps students to develop both the conceptual understanding and the computational skills needed to succeed in their MATH and STAT courses.
  • Writing Center: offers free one-on-one tutoring for all NMSU students and faculty, from undergraduate to Ph.D.
  • Student Success Center: offers a variety of programs and services, including experiential learning, financial education & wellness, learning & study skill workshops, graduate school preparation, TRIO Student Support Services, and TRIO Upward Bound.
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  • Aggie Health & Wellness Center: provides integrated comprehensive medical and psychological services to the students of New Mexico State University.
  • Aggie Cupboard: provides free supplementary food assistance to the NMSU community, including Las Cruces and DACC students, faculty, and staff.
  • Office for Equity, Inclusion & Diversity: centers community and inclusive excellence, in co-creating collaborative and cohesive partnerships systemwide to accomplish a socially just climate and sense of belonging for all Aggies and for our community partners. The Office for EID houses American Indian Programs, Black Programs, Chicano Programs, LGBT+ Programs, and Military and Veteran Programs. Click on the link to view information specific to each program.
  • Student Assistance Services: SAS is committed to student success and understands that sometimes financial hardships, stress/anxiety, food insecurities, housing challenges, and/or unexpected academic issues can create a barrier to academic success. Connect with SAS to discover resources available to you to assist in the continuation of your education.