Join us as we Stand UP, Speak OUT against violence on the NMSU Campus. The campus community will come together on Friday, November 9th at the Aggie Men’s Basketball game in support of eliminating violence by wearing green. The first 1,000 students at the game will get a STAND UP, SPEAK OUT t-shirt. The Stand Up, Speak Out campaign promotes safety awareness through active bystander participation. If you see something wrong be an active bystander by using the 3 D’s to help intervene in a risky situation. DIRECT- Do something yourself, DELEGATE- Ask someone to help, DISTRACT- Create a diversion. Violence is not ok, in any form, and will not be tolerated on our campus.
The Aggie Health and Wellness Center (AHWC) provides integrated comprehensive medical, psychological and recreational activity services to the students of New Mexico State University.
The AHWC is a nationally accredited out-patient ambulatory facility offering services in:
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Health education, outreach and programming
- Immunizations (travel and preventative)
- Medical clearance for NMSU research, education and employment purposes
- Medical illness and prevention
- Mental health and counseling
- Treatment and case management of workers compensation injuries
- Reproductive Health/Sexual Health
- Women’s health
The main entrance is located on the northeast corner of the building, at the corner of McFie and Breland Drive, across the street from Zuhl Library.
Mission of NMSU Health and Wellness
We aspire to be the foremost integrated comprehensive college health and recreation centers by providing holistic medical, educational, psychological and recreational services for all students of NMSU.
The Aggie Health and Wellness Center is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc. and the International Association of Counseling Services, Inc.