Accessing the VaxTrax system

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination or weekly proof of COVID-19 testing must be uploaded at vaxtrax.nmsu.edu. The site is only accessible through NMSU’s private network, so users must either use an on-campus computer or use NMSU’s Virtual Private Network to access it. For information about accessing NMSU’s VPN, visit vpn.nmsu.edu.

More information about accessing and using the VaxTrax portal is available in English and Spanish at VaxTraxInfo.nmsu.edu.

Students needing technical assistance can call the ICT Help Desk (575) 646-1840 or email help@nmsu.edu.

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Academic Information & Support

  • For a complete resource on tools and resources to help students work from home, including discounted internet, please visit  Student Technology Resources.
  • Visit the Keep Learning website for resources and tips for continued learning in online courses.
  • Questions about Student Travel this semester? Read more about student travel guidelines in the NMSU Now plan.

Financial & Support

Prospective & Future Students

Families

The NMSU Family Outreach Home is a customizable digital platform designed to enhance the family experience, keeping students and their families involved and up to date with consistent news from the university and its campus partners. To sign up, visit nmsu.campusesp.com.

Vaccine and Testing Resources

How do I get vaccinated?

The COVID-19 vaccine is free and available at many sites around New Mexico, including Aggie Health and Wellness Center. Visit vaccinenm.org to make your appointment. 

What do I do if I can’t find my vaccine card?

Those vaccinated in New Mexico can replace a lost vaccine card by emailing COVID.Vaccines@state.nm.us

Where can I get tested?

A Curative COVID-19 testing site on the Las Cruces campus is now open. The testing site is located in parking lot No. 27, north of Piñon Hall, and is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Testing continues to be available at Doña Ana Community College East Mesa campus, 2800 N. Sonoma Ranch Blvd.

Free at-home testing is available to New Mexico residents from Vault Health. El Paso residents can find testing information at www.epstrong.org/testing.php. Elsewhere in Texas, visit the Texas Department of State Health Services for information on testing sites. In other states, contact your state or local department of health for more information.

Presbyterian Medical Services provides free antigen testing at its Family Health Center locations in Alamogordo, Carlsbad and Grants.

Other testing sites across New Mexico, many of which offer testing at no cost, are listed on the New Mexico Department of Health site.

 

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