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NMT Office of Student Affairs

International Programs

Welcome to NMT's International and Exchange Programs

Our Mission is to promote New Mexico Tech through the development of relationships with non-immigrant students throughout the world. Our goal is to allow the NMT community to thrive and prosper through the relationships developed with our international students.

The International Programs office is part of the Student Affairs office and provides educational and personal development to our international students to help them become important and contributing members of the NMT community. We do this through study abroad programs, MOU’s with other universities, campus wide events, social hours and faculty involvement, including:

For International Students

If you are an international student in the process of getting admitted for undergraduate study (for the B.S. degree) and you have questions about that process, please visit here or FAQ's - Frequently Asked Questions; you will probably find your answer there. If not, contact michael.voegerl@nmt.edu. Make sure you have read all the documents available.

If you are an international graduate student in the process of getting admitted for MS or PhD study, please read the information available on the graduate pages and contact the Graduate Office if you have questions about admission.

If you are already admitted to Tech, as either an undergraduate or graduate student, and you want to know the details about visas, immigration, travel to Socorro, and getting settled at Tech, please visit International Travel and Arrival at Tech.

This is also a reminder to come into our office as soon as you can if you need the following:

For Domestic Students Seeking Study-Away Opportunities

If you are a domestic student wanting to see a little more of the world, opportunities to study away are growing:

To be eligible for study abroad, you must be a full-time, degree-seeking student in good standing. A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required, and you must also have completed 30 credit hours at New Mexico Tech before you are eligible to study abroad. For more information, contact Student Affairs.

Remember: If you cannot find answers to your questions here or at the links provided, you are always welcome to call (575.835.5060) or e-mail michael.voegerl@nmt.edu for help. Or, if you are already on campus, drop by for a chat in the Fidel Center!