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Meet our Aggie Ambassadors

Aggie Ambassadors are student employees who assist the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation. The ambassadors play an integral role in the success of New Mexico State University students. They assist with the daily office duties and give campus tours to individual students or school and campus groups.


Carlos Levya

Major: Criminal Justice
Hometown: El Paso, Texas
Favorite spot on campus: The duck pond
Favorite quote: “You must be the change you wish to see in the world.”
Advice I would give to students: Be ready, stay calm and get involved.

Carmina Jaramillo Martínez

Major: Agricultural Economics and Business
Hometown: Nuevo Casas Grandes, Chihuahua
Favorite spot on campus: Corbett Center Food Court
Favorite quote: “If you know you can do better … then do better.”
Advice I would give to students: Make use of all the resources that you have in campus and make friends that will help you in your way.

Eddie Gallegos

Major: Nursing
Hometown: El Paso, Texas
Favorite spot on campus: Zuhl Library
Favorite quote: “Keep moving forward.”
Advice I would give to students: Don’t be so hard on yourself. Learn from your mistakes and to let go of things that are out of your control.

Hailey Armijo

Major: Pre-Nursing
Hometown: Albuquerque, NM
Favorite spot on campus: Frenger Food Court
Favorite quote: “Mindset is what separates the best from the rest.”
Advice I would give to students: Get involved on campus, make friends with your peers, and study hard!

Hunter Stewart

Major: Criminal Justice
Hometown: Las Cruces, NM
Favorite spot on campus: Corbett Center Student Union, Second Floor
Favorite quote: “In the long run, the sharpest weapon of all is a kind and gentle spirit” – Anne Frank
Advice I would give to students: Always ask questions, don’t be afraid to ask for help, make study groups, and get involved on campus.

Isabella Sanchez

Major: Elementary Education
Hometown: Rio Ranch, NM
Favorite spot on campus: The Duck Pond
Favorite quote: “Life has no limitations except the ones you make.”
Advice I would give to students: Say hi to everyone, get involved, breathe.


If you are interested in becoming an Aggie Ambassador, check Handshake for available positions.


NMSU Ambassadors

New Mexico State University has ambassadors across campus that will help guide and mentor students from all degrees, majors or any other interest they may have.