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Brown Hall early 1930s

Brown Hall - Early 1930s

New Mexicans vote on General Obligation (GO) bonds ever two years. GO bonds are a proven and accepted method of funding bricks and mortar projects at institutions throughout the state.

This November, voters will once again have the opportunity to provide New Mexico’s colleges, universities and specialty schools with the tools and resources they need to be successful. There are no tax increases associated with these bonds.

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Brown Hall and Infrastructure Improvements  - $7.1 Million

New Mexico Tech's Brown Hall is a three-story, 23,872 square foot building that was built in 1929 and serves as the school's main administrative building. Housed within the building include the Office of the President and offices for Academic Affairs, Student University Relations, Admin & Finance, Human Resources, and Research & Economic Development.