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Today, the New Mexico State University Board of Regents authorized and instructed the university’s administration to begin working with the board on a search process for the university’s next chancellor. NMSU Chancellor Dan Arvizu signed a five-year contract with the university in 2018. That contract expires June 30, 2023.“The board thanks Chancellor Arvizu for his service to NMSU, and looks forward to continuing our work with him over the next six months to ensure a smooth transition. Knowing how long a search can take, it’s important for the board to begin working with the administration on this process right away,” the regents said in a memo to campus. The board plans to make sure the search is transparent and fully engages NMSU’s faculty, staff, students, alumni, donors, community members and other stakeholders across the region. The board highlighted how the university is stronger and better positioned now than it was five years ago thanks to what they described as the tremendous work done by the chancellor and by so many others in the NMSU community.
Regents said the NMSU community will receive continued updates on this search process, beginning early next month.
For more on Arvizu visit https://chancellor.nmsu.edu/about/index.html.