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Welcome Parents

When your student chose to live on campus, YOU joined the New Mexico Tech family!

The Residential Life Office and Staff hope this guide will serve as a reminder that your interest and support are critical and necessary for your student's successful adjustment to university life.  Therefore, your knowledge of the resources available to students at New Mexico Tech will help you guide your students through a successful university experience.

Frequently asked questions by students and family members are listed with the answer for the following areas:

Residential Life Mission Statement
We are a department who strives to complement the educational and service goals of New Mexico Tech by promoting personal growth and social awareness while enhancing student learning.  Joining with students, we strive to create a safe and supportive opportunities for the development of interpersonal and leadership skills in a residential environment.

Tech Hosts Workshop On Oil Field Earthquakes

Tech Hosts Workshop On Oil Field Earthquakes

SOCORRO, N.M. July 30, 2014 – New Mexico Tech is hosting a workshop that will address the relationship between petroleum drilling and earthquakes, or “induced seismicity.” The event will feature a se...

Former Campus Police Chief Passes Away

Former Campus Police Chief Passes Away

MAGDALENA, N.M. July 17, 2014 – Louie Latasa, a Magdalena native who embraced a three-decade career with the New Mexico Tech Campus Police, including eight years as its chief, has died. He was 69. &n...

Entrepreneurship Summer Class A Rousing Success

Entrepreneurship Summer Class A Rousing Success

SOCORRO, N.M.  July 9, 2014 – New Mexico Tech hosted the second annual summer class in commercializing technology, with nine students in five  groups participating. Dr. Raul Deju returned t...

Four Petroleum Students Win Research Awards

Four Petroleum Students Win Research Awards

SOCORRO, N.M. June 27, 2014 – Three Tech students won awards through the regional Society of Petroleum Engineers student paper contest at the University of Tulsa in April. Another student won an award...

July 4 Extravaganza Returns!

July 4 Extravaganza Returns!

SOCORRO, N.M. June 24, 2014 – Tired of the crowds, the search for parking, high concession prices? Wouldn’t you like to listen and dance to New Mexico’s favorite Hurricanes – for free? Here’s a sizzl...

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