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You belong in our Movement! Join NMSU-NEA Today!

New Mexico State University (NMSU) college-track, tenured and tenure-track faculty are facing challenges we never expected and are rising to the occasion. But we don't have to do this alone.

We're taking our seat at the table

We're coming together to form our union: NMSU-NEA. Together we're building the collective power we need for the changes we deserve! 

If you are a college-track, tenured or tenure-track faculty at NMSU system campuses, the first step in joining your colleagues is to sign an authorization card.

Click to Sign!

Gerald Williams poses in a red button-up shirt and leather jacket.
Faculty see themselves as the stewards not only of their students’ education in the classroom but also of their contributions beyond, in the communities they will eventually work and serve in.
Quote by: Gerald Williams, San Juan College Education Association (SJCEA) President and Professor of Math

Our efforts to build a better NMSU Community 

As college-track, tenured and tenure-track faculty with shared concerns we are joining together to advocate for workplace improvements. By acting collectively, we can promote transparency and equity in workplace decisions such as salaries, benefits and teaching loads, workplace safety and grievance procedures that provide legally binding protections for workers and accountability for administrators. Together we can take steps to create an environment that better reflects the values we bring to our HSI, MSI, Land-Grant institution.  

- NMSU Organizing Committee

Learn more about our vision for a better NMSU   Sign Your Authorization Card

Cathy Fahey poses in the College Library with a stack of books
The union gives you the support at your back to rectify inequality—to make it fairer for our students because public education is to educate the whole human.
Quote by: Cathy Fahey, Librarian
Aruna Krishnamurthy
Whether it is state funding, whether it has to do with the conditions of our life on campus—the union is the place where these things are taken up.
Quote by: Aruna Krishnamurthy, English Professor