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Aggie Capstone Graduation Challenge (ACGC) is a program for students who have achieved senior level status at the NMSU main campus (94 or more credits), did not complete a bachelor’s degree, and would like to return to NMSU with the goal of graduating.

The difference in work-life earnings between workers with high school diploma and those with a college degree is about $1 million. How far one goes in school can mean a difference of about $3.2 million. Even within one level of attainment—the bachelor’s degree—what one chooses to study in college and the careers pursued after college can also mean a difference of $2.8 million.

 Work-Life Earnings by Field of Degree and Occupation for People with a Bachelors Degree: 2011

Congratulations Fall 2018 Graduates!

The following degrees were earned:

Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Individualized Studies
Bachelor of Individualized Studies
Bachelor of Individualized Studies
Bachelor of Music Education
Bachelor of Science

Getting (Re)started

Fill out the form below to help us understand the challenges you may be facing to completing your degree. Please provide as much information as possible. Our program coordinator will contact you to provide information, resources, and help you develop a plan to guide you to graduation. If you would prefer to get started by speaking with an advisor, call us at (575) 646-2941 or (575) 646-3468 to make an appointment.

We are located in Garcia Annex, Room 129 and are open:

Monday 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Wednesday 9:30 AM-6:30 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Student Interest Form