Aggie Bragging Rights

icon-top-tierWe’re Top Tier again

For the fourth time in the last five years, New Mexico State University has been recognized as a top tier university. NMSU was listed on the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges for 2017 National Universities rankings. The ranking is based on many factors, including assessment of excellence and graduation and retention rates. U.S. News & World Report also ranked NMSU among its Best Graduate Schools for 2017.

icon-edleaderOur Ed Leadership program is in the top 10

The Educational Leadership doctoral program in NMSU’s College of Education has been ranked one of the top in the country by Educational Leadership Degree Programs, a national rankings website. NMSU ranked seventh among the 10 universities on the list. According to the list, NMSU offers not only one of the most affordable online Ed.D. degrees in the country, but also one of the best values for a hybrid in-person/distance learning format.

We’re getting global attention

On a list ranking the top universities across the globe, NMSU has been recognized on the 2016 Center for World University Rankings list. With more than 25,000 degree-granting institutions of higher education worldwide, this ranking would place NMSU in the top 2.3 percent. The Center for World University Rankings distributes the only global university performance tables that gauge both the quality of education and training of students along with prestige of faculty members and the quality of their research without the use of surveys and university data submissions.

Our alumni love to volunteer

Peace Corps has ranked New Mexico State University as one of the top volunteer-producing Hispanic-serving institutions in the country. NMSU made the list for the first time in 2016 and was tied for 13th with seven alumni currently serving in the Peace Corps. Since its creation in 1961, 270 NMSU alumni have traveled abroad to serve as Peace Corps volunteers.