NMHU Resources

Resources: Academic Calendar, Financial Aid, HU Cares, etc.

Academic Calendar

Tech Support: ITS Help Desk, 505-426-2215 or ITSHelpDesk@nmhu.edu

Tech Resources for Students

Financial Aid

Scholarships

Accessibility Services

Career Services

HU Cares

Writing Resources:

Library

Food Pantry/Clothing and Toiletries Bank (Available to all NMHU Students)

School of Social Work Resources

Resources: SWEEP-Raíces, NASWSI, Center for Excellence, Library, etc.

SWEEP-Raíces

The SWEEP-Raíces grant provides student activities and educational resources that support the retention and graduation of FVSSW students.

Social Work Library

Can assist with and hosts workshops on essay research and APA formatting

Library Workshops Spring 2024 Schedule- APA and Basic Research Techniques

Social Work Librarian: Helen Robertson

Native American Social Work Studies Institute (NASWSI)

The NASWSI serves as a resource to students, faculty, and staff by offering Native American social work continuing education, research, skills-based activities, and materials.

Director: Dr. Melissa Riley

Center for Excellence in Social Work

At the Center for Excellence in Social Work (CESW), we place relationships and collaboration at the forefront of our mission. We work closely with social work students, practitioners, educators, and community and organizational leaders statewide to respond to emerging challenges impacting New Mexico’s diverse, multicultural peoples, families, and communities. Our commitment lies in growing our workforce while driving innovation in social work education, practice, policy, and research, emphasizing anti-racism, anti-oppression, and cultural responsiveness. Through these efforts, we are dedicated to advancing racially, environmentally, socially and economically just and equitable outcomes for all.

  • Director: Anna Nelson, PhD, LCSW
  • Social Justice Teach-Ins: offer a space to dialogue around social justice issues and are designed to facilitate collective learning, collaboration, and mobilization for a diverse range of social work students and state-wide community members
  • Continuing Education Program: committed to providing accessible and affordable ongoing learning opportunities for practicing social workers. Workshops focus on a variety of topics that help enhance the skills and knowledge for effective practice with the populations of New Mexico. Current students are able to attend workshops at no cost.

Field Practicum Resources

Resources: CYFD Stipend, Field Education Forms, etc.

Title IV-E CYFD Stipend

Receive tuition assistance and CYFD position post-graduation

Field Education Links

Field Website: access field forms from this site

Student Advisement

Resources: Faculty Advisor, Student Support Specialists, etc.

Faculty Advisor
Commonly helps with:

  • Individualized course planning
  • Out of course sequence planning
  • Concentration & career consulting
  • Change in MSW concentration
  • Application for Degree
  • Referrals to academic supports

To identify your faculty advisor, visit the my.nmhu.edu portal. Under My Apps, click on the Self-Service Banner. Click on “Student”, then click on “Student Records”. Click on “Degree Audit”, and your Faculty Advisor will be listed under “Advisor”.

Student Support Specialists
Commonly helps with:

Contact information for your local student support specialist and/or coordinator:

Student Advisement Tools

Resources: Degree Plan Checklists, Course Sequences, Registrar Info, etc.

Student Financial Resources

Resources: Financial Literacy, etc.

Nusenda Credit Union- Free Financial Literacy/Wellness Resources