NMSU Black Programs

To unite students of African-American, Caribbean and African descent by increasing the awareness and appreciation of black history through educational cultural, social and academic programs

NMSU- Garcia Room 135


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NMSU Chicano Program

Student- serving unit that promotes all student success through education, outreach, and the development of cultural literacy

NMSU Garcia Center 138


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NMSU Indian Program

Students with guidance and academic advising, scholarship opportunities, employer recruiting visits, computer and social outlets, library resources and referrals to other campus resources designed to promote student success

3015 Andrew Wall Place

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NMSU LGBT+ Programs

Wellness and success of all students, faculty, and staff in their expression of gender and sexuality. LGBT+ Programs provides advocacy resources,education,and programming to the college community.

NMSU - Corbett Center, Room 208


DACC Student Accessibility Services

Empower DACC Students in removing academic and personal barriers by providing a supportive educational environment to ensure full access and participation

DACC East Mesa - DASR Room 104
DACC Espina - DASH Room 117


Women's Intercultural Center

An alternative, non-intimidating, non-traditional learning settings for women who have limited access to: had bad experiences with formal education: and/ or whose life circumstances preventing them from entering fully into society, the workforce, or traditional schools

1303 Lincoln St,
Anthony, NM

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Borderland Rainbow Center

LGBTQ Community Center that serves people of all ages, Promote healing and empowerment through support groups, therapy on a sliding scale, casework and referrals, and providing healthy social and educational events

2714 Wyoming Ave,
El Paso, TX

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The House of Kahlo FYI+

Affirming community resources, supports and connections for LGBTQ+ youth & emerging adults

188 S. Main St

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NM Commission for Deaf & Hard of Hearing

Provides effective leadership,education, advocacy & programs to reduce barriers to the social economic, educational, cultural & intellectual well-being of Deaf & Hard of Hearing New Mexicans, their families, friends & colleagues

2407 W Picacho Suite A-100
Voice: 575-525-1036 or 575-525-1037
Video Phone: 575-541-3403