We’re still helping!
Please note interruptions in face-to-face tutoring due to the COVID-19 event, but we can still provide tutoring for you. Contact each center for details on how to receive tutoring.
The Student Success Center staff are here to help you reach your academic goals. Are you an undergrad who needs assistance figuring things out? We will help with advising, orientation, and anything else you need to assist you with your education at Highlands. Our goal is your success!
Felix Martinez Building Room 130
To make an appointment or contact an adviser, call 505-454-3188 or email email@example.com.
Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (open during lunch). Walk-in appointments are welcome.
ARMAS in Education
Achieving in Research, Math, and Science
We can coach you with your STEM and health career goals.
Are you headed for one of the STEM fields, pre-med or another career in the health field? We offer extra instruction, mentoring and advising so you don’t get stuck. We can even help with test prep strategies so you know what you’re in for. Need a textbook? Check out our STEM library.
Hands-on experience is vital for your STEM career. That’s why we have a student/faculty lounge and computer lab, including a makers space, for your use. We are also involved in local, regional, and international science fairs, so you can put your experience to the test. Highlands has a strong community outreach program, too, so you can get involved outside of class.
Intrigued? Stop by, or contact us via phone or email.
Engineering Building RM106
916 11th St. Las Vegas, NM
The Donnelly Library Staff at New Mexico Highlands University Libraries can help you find anything.
Whether it’s for research projects or class assignments, we can assist in person, by phone, by email, and by chat. The Library’s online catalog LIBROS, 33 online databases, 38,565 electronic journals, and 207,506 electronic books are available to Highlands patrons both on-campus and remotely through the Library’s web page.
Donnelly Library has over 160,000 print books, two student computer labs, photocopiers, and scanners. One-credit library research courses (LIB-100) are offered every semester.
The School of Business, Media, and Technology gets you ready for success in professional, creative and academic careers. We have a broad, rigorous curriculum that encourages critical thinkers and ethical problem solvers. Help make social, communications and economic impacts in this ever-changing world.
Jereece Maxwell x 3118
Sininger Hall 212
Tuesday 9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Thursday 8 a.m – 11 a.m.
The Writing Center welcomes undergraduate and graduate students in all disciplines who want guidance with papers in any field. The Writing Center assists students with the process of developing a college level paper. We support students with generating and organizing ideas, using research materials effectively, and strengthening grammar and punctuation. We can also work with students to implement instructors’ suggestions for revision.
Email | Phone: 505.454.3537 | Physical address: Douglas Hall, 115E
Monday through Thursday 9 a.m.- 6 p.m., Friday 9 a.m.- 2 p.m.
NetTutor is a web-based online tutoring service available to NMHU students. Tutors are highly trained experts in their respective areas. With NetTutor, you can choose either synchronous (tutor and learner meet live, simultaneously) or asynchronous (learner submits questions and receives tutor response, similar to email) online tutoring. The Q&A Center allows for 24-hour access with a one-day turnaround, and live tutoring sessions that include 1-to-1 help with a qualified tutor.
Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Tutoring available in Spanish and American Sign Language. Tutoring schedule http://www.nmhu.edu/llc
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