Sonya Archuleta is completing her final semester at NMSU-Grants. “My college career started at this campus and now I work here,” said Archuleta, a non-traditional student. Archuleta is employed by
Technical University’s Keyah Advanced Rural Manufacturing Alliance (KARMA) hosted its 2nd Annual Innoventure: Product Challenge that gathered students from five regional Middle and High Schools from the Navajo Nation. The
Vice President of student services at the New Mexico State University - Grants, Beth Armstead began by welcoming the community, as well as friends and family of the graduates, to the 46th commencem
The Cibola County School District accepted Superintendent Dr. Marc Space’s letter of retirement at a special meeting on April 25.