Last Fall, more than 100 students and 150 donors, faculty and staff attended the college’s 2015 Scholarship Reception at the Las Cruces Convention Center. Kelley Coffeen, the College of Education’s assistant dean for advancement, said more scholarships were awarded this year to traditional and non-traditional students than ever before.
We are transforming lives every day in the College of Education due to people like you!
The College of Education is dedicated to providing our students with the best educational experience possible and we are thankful for your support and continued interest in the college. As I continue to meet dedicated alums, donors, and partners of the college it is a pleasure to hear about your passion for progress at New Mexico State University and your genuine interest in student success.
There are many ways to give, some of which include endowed scholarships, current use funds, planned gifts, charitable gift annuities, faculty support, and others. Regardless of the size of your gift, you are impacting the lives of our students and inspiring others to do the same. If you would like additional information on ways to make an impact through scholarships, faculty support or any other giving opportunities, please contact me at 646-2130 or email@example.com
Impact of Alumni, Partners & Donors
Jaramillo has established an endowment to support graduate students in the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders in honor of Stephen and Judy Farmer. Jaramillo obtained two degrees from NMSU, completing her master’s in speech language pathology in 1995. In 1999 she founded Positive Outcomes, Inc. with the single focus of providing pediatric therapy to the diverse county of Socorro.
Abel Covarrubias, MA, of Las Cruces, New Mexico was recently selected as a Fellow with the ZERO TO THREE Fellowship Program – a prestigious fellowship that engages, enriches, and inspires leaders who are dedicated to advancing the health, development, and well-being of infants and toddlers. Mr. Covarrubias is the chief executive officer for Aprendamos Intervention Team, an organization providing early intervention services in Dona Ana County. He brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the fellowship program from his leadership in Las Cruces to increase access to high quality early intervention services for young children with developmental delays and their families.
|Coach Tony Sanchez
Congratulations to NMSU alumnus Tony Sanchez. He recently led his Bishop Gorman Gaels to a Nevada Division I State Championship for the 2014 Football Season. Coach Sanchez was recently named the University of Nevada’s, Las Vegas head football coach. Sanchez earned a bachelor’s degree in family and consumer science from New Mexico State in 1998 and a master’s in special education from New Mexico State in 2003.