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Passage of GO Bond D will benefit public colleges, universities and specialty schools throughout New Mexico. Click on a county below to find out how your community can benefit.

FARMINGTON, NM | Dine College — $5,000,000: Phase 1 of a new Math Science building on the Shiprock Campus, which will allow students to seek educational advancement and success in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math fields as well as empower future Navajo leaders to preserve and enhance communities for all native peoples.
GRANTS, NM | New Mexico State University, Grants — $1,500,000: Renovations to Martinez Hall, the main building and one of the oldest, which houses general classrooms, labs, offices, a theater, library, student lounges and snack bar. Also included are roof replacement and repair, HVAC updates and renovating restrooms to meet ADA compliance.
ALAMOGORDO, NM | New Mexico State University, Alamogordo — $1,400,000: Renovation of The Tays Center, one of the largest multi-purpose facilities in the Tularosa Basin, which includes a gym, lobby and stage as well as housing the Adult Education Center and the Advanced Technology Center.
CLOVIS, NM | Clovis Community College — $1,500,000: Replacement of 20- to 30-year-old roofs and resurfacing and restriping of 20- to 30-year-old parking lots that are old and have deteriorated.
GALLUP, NM | Navajo Technical University — $3,700,000: New academic building that will house 15 classrooms and eventually replace about 10 modular buildings currently being used for mostly general education classes.
HOBBS, NM | New Mexico Junior College — $4,750,000: Renovations to McLean Hall, a 52-year-old building, to allow it to house the IT and cosmetology program while nursing moves to a new Allied Health Building funded in part with 2016 GO Bonds. Also included are new HVAC operating software, a new fire alarm system and lighting as well as new plumbing in most buildings
LAS CRUCES, NM | New Mexico State University, Las Cruces — $25,000,000: Renovation and updating of buildings within the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES) to provide better training and research to approximately 2,500 students on producing safer and healthier foods for human and animal consumption as well cancer-fighting research.
LAS CRUCES, NM | New Mexico State University, Doña Ana — $1,700,000: Repair and replacement of the roofing at the East Mesa campus main building and the Espina Campus Health Building.
LAS VEGAS, NM | New Mexico Highlands University — $4,000,000: HVAC updates, better ADA access and improved fire detection at the Champ Tyrone Music Building, Ilfeld Auditorium, Wilson Athletic Complex, Stu Clark Athletic Building, The Art Foundry, Victoria De Sanchez Teacher Education Center, Donnelly Library and Rio Rancho Building.
ROSWELL, NM | New Mexico Military Institute — $8,250,000: Renovations to John Ross Thomas (JRT) Hall, the most historical building on campus, and Vertrees, Moore Hall (VMS). JRT houses a student center, post offices and student counseling centers. VMS includes a bowling alley, ballroom and a barbershop.
ROSWELL, NM | Eastern New Mexico University, Roswell — $3,000,000: Plan, design and equip a new automotive and welding building to replace an old, inadequate facility. The new facility will have more space, be technologically up-to-date and provide the hands-on skills training necessary. Enrollment is expected to double in both programs.
SANTA FE, NM | Santa Fe Indian School — $900,000: Improve safety and security when entering and exiting the campus with new traffic lanes, curb and gutter to improve storm drainage and upgraded lighting and sidewalks; also relocate and install technology upgrades at campus security check point.
SANTA FE, NM | New Mexico School for the Deaf — $1,800,000: Renovation of Lars M. Larson Student Activity Center and Residential Complex, a “home away from home” for students which houses a gym, and study and workshop/presentation areas as well as cottage-style residences for students, visiting families and preschoolers from throughout New Mexico.
SANTA FE, NM | Santa Fe Community College — $5,000,000: Bond D funding will provide much needed safety, energy efficiency and infrastructure improvements to the SFCC campus, including continuation of the Microgrid Project, upgrades to cooling towers, installation of alternative clean power generation sources, and better fire protection
SANTA FE, NM | Institute of American Indian Arts — $800,000: Replacement of 15 old evaporative cooling with energy and efficient units; addition of ADA-compliant workstations for students who require wheelchair access, and visual presentation systems in several classrooms for students who are visually, hearing, learning disabled or have PTSD.
SOCORRO, NM | New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology — $7,100,000: Renovation of Brown Hall, a three-story building constructed in 1929 that is main administrative building, including high efficiency cooling, a fire sprinkler system, upgraded electrical, mechanical, and IT systems; also campus-wide improvements to parking lots on College Avenue and for several other buildings.
ALBUQUERQUE, NM | Central New Mexico Community College – $7,500,000 Funding would support a variety of much-needed infrastructure improvements at multiple campuses, including HVAC upgrades, roof replacements and improved lighting in parking lots as well as the relocation and improvement of art facilities on Main Campus, including a new kiln room and four new art studios.
ALBUQUERQUE, NM | University of New Mexico – $22,800,000 Renovation and modernization of a portion of the 65-year-old Chemistry Building as well as replacement and upgrade of facilities for Phase 1 of a ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps) Complex and development of a Comprehensive Primary Care Clinic at UNM Hospital to include psychiatric and substance abuse programs.
PORTALES, NM | Eastern New Mexico University – $8,000,000 Renovations to Roosevelt Science Center (RSC) including state-of-the-art technology, innovative classrooms and research facilities for STEM-H (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math for Healthcare), upgraded Wi-Fi hotspots and electrical, plumbing, heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems as well as a new location for Miles Mineral Museum and Genarro Natural History Museum on campus.
TAOS, NM | UNM Taos – $4,300,000 Plan, design, construct, furnish and equip a new College Pathways to Careers Center on Klauer campus, enabling the college to improve and expand workforce training and career services for students within a 50 mile radius.
TUCUMCARI, NM | Mesalands Community College – $800,000 Renovate and upgrade the Math-Science Learning (tutoring) Center and the Business Office area.
SILVER CITY, NM | Western New Mexico University – $6,000,000 Harlan Hall, built in 1957, houses WNMU’s Natural Science Department. Phase I renovation included a new Chemical Storage Building. Phase II, nearly complete, includes a new south entry, hazardous materials abatement, new corridor floor finish, replacement of single pane windows, and new roofing including insulation. Phase III will consist of reconfiguring interior walls, refinishing surfaces to improve classrooms, labs, offices, study areas and special use and support facilities. Phase III also includes adding new mechanical/plumbing systems, electrical system, special systems, fire protection system.
RUIDOSO, NM | Eastern New Mexico University – Ruidoso $500.000. Renovate the recently acquired annex retail building to create additional instructional space, student activity space, and flexible event space for college and community needs. Includes modifications to HVAC, lighting, wiring, cabling, flooring, access, walls, doors, bathrooms, and safety systems.
CARLSBAD, NM | New Mexico State University – Carlsbad $1,600,000 1. Plan, design, construct & equip infrastructure, drainage & site improvements campus wide, including roofs and code compliance. 2. Plan, design, construct, renovate and equip the Learning Assistance Center
ALBUQUERQUE, NM | Southwest Indian Polytechnic Institute $650.000. Electrical site improvements and campuswide infrstrasture improvements
FARMINGTON, NM | San Juan College $520,000. Infrastructure improvements on campus that include the renovation of ten restrooms as well as the renovation of locker rooms located in the Health and Human Performance Center. Plans are to begin construction late this year, with completion scheduled for summer, 2019.