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What we offer:

Peer Tutoring

Choose from any of our tutors in the fields of STEM and Health Sciences to make sure you succeed in your classes. Schedule appointments online and in-person.


Peer Mentoring

Let one of our mentors guide you through your academic Journey at NMSU. If you need advice or someone to talk with, we are here to help.

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Workshops & Financial Aid

Develop important skills you'll practice in your career and get the help you need to get there. Trio STEM-H members count with resources to help you succeed.

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What is TRIO STEM-H?

The Federal TRIO Programs (TRIO) are Federal outreach and student services programs designed to identify and provide services for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds. Our mission is to provide valuable services to support the specific skills needed by low income, first generation, and/or students with disabilities pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering, math, and health science fields.

STEM-H strives to be a comfortable environment where a diverse group of students can take advantage of comprehensive resources. The program maintains equality and dedication to fostering the success of all participants with motivation, skill development, support, and mentorship throughout the time of their undergraduate career. This environment allows STEM-H participants to be successful in their academics, graduate, and excel in graduate school or a career.

Alumni Spotlight:

As of 2023, the state of New Mexico counts with 2523 students enrolled in a TRIO Support Program. We at NMSU count with several Alumni who graduated while being part of our Trio Program. We encourage them to remain in contact with us through our Linkedin Alumni page. To learn more, click the button below. 


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Congrats to our TRIO STEM-H Graduates!

Sam Holguin

Material Handler at Jabil

Teresa Paradis

Engineering Project Manager at
Proctor and Gamble

Jenavey Ivey

Vet Technician at El Paso Veterinary Hospital

Abdulwakeel Abiola

Process Engineer at Intel


Students who meet the following criteria are encouraged to apply:

  • U.S. Citizen or permanent resident
  • Enrollment or acceptance for enrollment at NMSU
  • Current major in science, technology, engineering, math, or health sciences


  • One or more of the following apply:
    •  Be considered low income
    •  Parents or guardians did not graduate with a bachelor’s degree
    •  Have a disability

Applications from first or second year and transfer students are especially encouraged!

Contact Us
STEM-H Student Support Services
Hardman and Jacobs UGLC, Rm 128
Don’t hesitate to email or call with any questions!
Phone: (575)646-2452
The New Mexico State University STEM-H Student Support Services Program is 100% funded through a grant by the U.S. Department of Education.

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