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IT Resources for Working/Studying from Home

 ICT has consolidated a list of available technology resources, tools and information to aid students, faculty, and staff in working and studying from home.

For students in need of IT resources for studying from home, visit Technology Resources for Students.

For faculty/staff in need of remote work resources, visit Remote Work Resources.


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Blue man says, "Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue..." Green man is holding a tissue while looking like he is going to sneeze.Green man sneezes into the tissue.Blue man says, "then throw the tissue into the trash." Green man throws his tissue into the trash and says, "Got any hand sanitizer?"

Visit the above link to view a list of NMSU technology resources.

Below can be found additional Las Cruces main campus technology news & resources to help guide students.
Please share with us any other student events or resources you would like for us to include at


Talk to a Lab Associate

Pete’s Place, Corbett Center: 575-646-2031
Hardman & Jacobs Hall Undergraduate Learning Center (HJLC): 575-646-4757
Or email:


Equipment Rental Program

The computer equipment checkouts are for NMSU Las Cruces campus students.
Call or email us if you have more questions: 575-646-6858 or
Make your reservation today!


ICT Help Desk

Located in Hardman & Jacobs, Undergraduate Learning Center, room 105 (South side of the building)
Search the Knowledge Base for answers or visit
Phone: 575-646-1840



Have any questions or would like to share with us your technology resource services, contact us:

ICT Student Technology & Planning
Hardman & Jacobs Undergraduate Learning Center (HJLC) 219, 575-646-4857


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