Welcome! Are your MIMS entries up to date? Remember students need an updated MIMS profile and a copy of their A-1 in the regional office before they can attend Rally, MESA Day or any other off-campus MESA event.
Current Advisor Tasks
- MIMS data entry – Remember to keep up to date on entering in MIMS data. This includes student participation in MESA activities.
- MIMS User Manual – Use this to help enter MESA activities and award student points.
Upcoming NM MESA Events
January 18, 2019Energy and Education Fair 2018-2019»
UPDATE: This event has been postponed until the Spring 2019. Updates will be made to this page as soon as a new date is announced. The Registration link has been […]
January 24-25, 2019MESA USA Advisor Professional Development»
All advisors are highly encouraged to submit to attend this valuable two-day training. It will provide assistance in completing all parts of the MESA USA project, it will allow you […]
March 2, 2019, 9-3pmMathMovesU at UNM»
What better way to see the connection between math and the real world than participating in workshops showing how math is fun while engaging in a host of challenges! Make the connection at MathMovesU with UNM’s School of Engineering on March 2nd, 2019.
March 17-21, 2019Senior Incentive Field Trip 2019»
The Senior Incentive Field Trip (SIFT) has been scheduled for March 17-21, 2019 to San Francisco, California this year! Twenty-four seniors and four advisor chaperones from our NM MESA statewide programs will […]
April 17, 2019NM MESA Day 2019»
For 2019, All of our events will address the topic of Food as a Grand Challenge. NM MESA schools are invited to participate in our MESA Day as follows: MESA […]
Latest NM MESA News
- 12/06/2018 Tips When Visiting a College or University…It’s Never Too Early!»
- 11/20/2018 Navajo Technical University hosted a great STEM Day for the West Region!»
- 11/14/2018 North Central Region Creates Another Unforgettable Regional Rally»
- 10/30/2018 SE Region highlight MESA alumni!»
- 09/26/2018 Loyalty Award payouts of over $100,000!»