New Mexico State University Library Grants Page


Successful proposals resulting in grant and gift awards.




In the last ten years, the New Mexico State University Library has raised more than $900,000 in grant and gift awards resulting from successful written proposals. The awards have provided external support for many useful and interesting projects beneficial to library users and the larger community.


Large grant-funded projects include:


        Preserving the History of New Mexico Agriculture and Life ($97,755) National Endowment for the Humanities/U.S. Agricultural Information Network

        The Border Health Information and Education Network ($204,000) National

Library of Medicine

        The Title V Electronic Classroom ($187,962) U.S. Dept. of Education, Title V, Strengthening Institutions (partnered with lead agency, NMSU College of Engineering)


A database of all projects, listed alphabetically by funding agency, includes hotlinks to articles and news releases.








Please direct comments and questions to Jeanette Smith, Grants/University Relations Officer at

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