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About Socorro, New Mexico

Socorro (population 9000) is located in the central Rio Grande valley, 76 miles south of Albuquerque and 194 miles north of El Paso. Air travelers can fly into Albuquerque's International Sunport and take a shuttle to Socorro, or rent a car.

Socorro and its surroundings are enjoyed by mountain bikers, runners, astronomers, hikers, campers, rock climbers, birders, geologists, rockhounds, photographers, and people who like the slower pace of small-town life. Socorro has a rich history with many historical resources located in and near town, such as El Camino Real Heritage Center. Socorro is a close neighbor to Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge and Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge.

Tech's Performing Arts Series brings a variety of entertainment to campus each semester, and students can participate in the Music Program's vocal or instrumental performing groups that present several public concerts and one musical production each year. Tech students also enjoy an active intramural sports program, a gymnasium with a weight room and sports equipment rentals, a swim center, and a championship 18-hole golf course.

Tech students keep busy and entertained by participating in many clubs and organizations, ranging from sports to science. They sing and play musical instruments, they scuba dive and crawl through caves, they role-play, and they practice medieval warfare. They also belong to many student chapters of professional organizations, which often feature speakers, field trips, and other activities to prepare them for the working world.

Useful Socorro links:

Socorro General Hospital

City of Socorro

Socorro Chamber of Commerce

Socorro Public Library

Festival of the Cranes (November)

 

Former Regent Steve Torres Passes Away

Former Regent Steve Torres Passes Away

Former Regent Steve Torres Passes Away SOCORRO, N.M. – The New Mexico Tech community is mourning the passing of long-time Regent Steve S. Torres, who served on the Board from 1966 to 1996. Mr. Tor...

Longtime NMT Supporter Bill Macey Passes Away

Longtime NMT Supporter Bill Macey Passes Away

  Longtime NMT Supporter Bill Macey Passes Away   SOCORRO, N.M. – New Mexico Tech is mourning the death of one of its most important and cherished supporters. Bill Macey, longtime ...

NMT Research Leads To New Definition of Lightning

NMT Research Leads To New Definition of Lightning

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Minschwaner Selected For Endowed Chair In Physics

Minschwaner Selected For Endowed Chair In Physics

Minschwaner Selected For Endowed Chair In Physics SOCORRO, N.M. – Dr. Kenneth Minschwaner has been selected to be the first-ever Marv Wilkening Endowed Professor in the Physics Department. Minschw...

NMT Lands $2.8 Million Grant For Atmospheric Field Project

NMT Lands $2.8 Million Grant For Atmospheric Field Project

Flying High to Study Ever-changing Weather NMT Lands $2.8 Million Grant For Atmospheric Field Project   SOCORRO, N.M. – New Mexico Tech physics researchers received $2.8 million in funding f...