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The Nusenda Center for Financial Capability (NCFC) is a financial outreach and educational program administered by New Mexico State University, sponsored by Nusenda Credit Union as partners in education. The Nusenda Center for Financial Capability is a resource devoted to assisting NMSU students on their journey toward becoming financially successful.

Housed in the Student Success Center and Campus Tutoring Services, the NCFC provides a comprehensive financial wellness program, both in-person and online. Confidential Peer Coaching is available to help students learn and understand how to manage their finances. Attend a Financial Wellness Workshop or attend our Financial Wellness Fair – the Nusenda Center for Financial Capability wants to assist you with how to overcome or avoid financial barriers that may prevent you from completing a college degree.

The NCFC staff are graduates from the National Financial Educators Council’s financial literacy certification program and are Certified Financial Education Instructors.



How Can We Help?

Schedule an Appointment

Did you know that the NCFC has certified Peer Coaches that can help students with personal finance topics? Complete the form to begin setting up a one-on-one consultation with one of our peer coaches.

Schedule a Workshop

Presentations for groups, classes, or organizations are interactive. They include handouts and provide students with concrete tools for improving their financial health and wellness.

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NMSU Financial Resources


University Financial Aid and Scholarship Services

This office serves as a resource to help students pay for school.


NMSU Scholar Dollar$

Is the singular application used by students and staff at NMSU for processing, awarding and applying for scholarships.



The FAFSA is a form completed by current and prospective college students in the U.S. to determine their eligibility for student financial aid.



NMSU students often qualify for private or external scholarships based on various criteria, including need, academic performance, interests and background.



Nusenda Center for Financial Capablity

Student Success Center
Hardman Jacobs Undergraduate Learning Center, Room 128

Campus Tutoring Services
Corbett Center Student Union, Room 206

Phone: 575-646-6050