NMSU-A Continuing Education
What is Continuing Education?
Continuing Education offers a wide variety of non-credit courses for lifelong learning in the areas of Community Education and Professional Development/Training. Additionally, Continuing Education offers Workforce Development, which includes Contractual and/or customized training.
Community Education classes are designed for all ages with subjects on health & wellness, art, golf, dance, and languages.
Professional Development/Training classes are designed to help individuals, businesses, agencies, and industries by providing classes that will improve individual and/or employee performance and productivity.
Workforce Development/Contract Training classes are developed in response to specific business needs and may be taught either on campus or at the business location.
Many courses help students prepare for a new career. Students may choose from a variety of online and face-to-face classes. In addition to the website information, Class Schedules are distributed throughout the NMSU-A service area three times a year: fall, spring, and summer; flyers are distributed throughout the seasons.
SENIOR CITIZEN AUDITS MUST NOW GO THROUGH STUDENT SERVICES FOR REGISTRATION AND TUITION WAIVER PROCESSES.
Effective starting in the Summer and Fall 2021 semesters, Senior Citizens who would like to sign up for a course with a Senior Discount should contact Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 575.439.3600.