Our International Student Community was designed to specifically cater to the unique needs of our international student population. International Student Housing is a place where international students will live with and near other international and graduate students in a community of diverse individuals who share similar academic and social interests.
Besides quick and easy access to classes and campus facilities, studies show that students living on campus actually have a better opportunity for growth and success. If you are looking for affordable, mature, apartment-style living, Housing & Residential Life, Graduate School, and International Programs invite you to become part of the Graduate & International Student Community.
To qualify for the Graduate and International Student Community, there must be at least one registered graduate or international student in the apartment unit.
Leases are offered:
1. By the apartment (one designated lease holder with one monthly bill).
2. By the bed (two monthly lease holders with split monthly billing).
The Department of Housing can also assign apartment-mates for those who don’t know someone with whom they would like to live. Apartment-mate assignments are based on gender and smoking preference. The monthly rent includes ALL utilities along with cable and internet service. Graduate Housing is located in buildings W and X of the Vista del Monte Apartments.
Specific objectives of the Graduate and International Student Community are:
- To give special attention to graduate and international graduate students living on campus and to create a community of other students who share similar interests.
- To focus on academic achievement in a productive and supportive setting.
- To foster the union of the scholarly and social aspects of student life as it pertains to graduate and international students.
- To promote collaboration among faculty, staff and graduate students.
Apartments feature spacious private bedrooms with shared living, kitchen and bath areas. Benefits of on-campus living include access to on-site computer lab and printers, on-site laundry facility and prompt maintenance.
For more information regarding graduate programs, or international program please contact one of the following departments:
The Graduate School
New Mexico State University
P.O. Box 30001, MSC 3G
Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001
Phone: (575) 646-2736
Office of the Vice Provost for International & U.S.-Mexico Border Programs
P.O. Box 30001, MSC 3567
Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001
Phone: 575-646-3199 | Fax: 575-646-2558