The Wellness, Alcohol and Violence Education Program (WAVE) is a harm reduction program which educates the campus community on issues of personal safety and well-being.
WAVE’s Peer Educators provide fellow students with information and strategies regarding alcohol use and the prevention of sexual assault and other forms of interpersonal violence. Employing a dynamic and comprehensive plan, we create bridges between campus entities to cultivate safe environments for the NMSU community.
WAVE provides services and supports to students regardless of sex, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, disability, religion or national origin.
The STEVEN DAVID JUDD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP is awarded each year in memory of Steven David Judd who tragically died of alcohol poisoning on November 19th 2005 one day following his 21st birthday. At the time of his death Steven was a junior Crimson Scholar New Mexico State University majoring in Computer Science and President of the Delta Chi Fraternity. In honor of their son, Steven and Karen Judd established a scholarship and this year, a check for $931.55 will be awarded to the NMSU student who ” has made the greatest contribution toward alcohol prevention and the reduction of high risk drinking at NMSU”.
Applicants must (a) have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and in good academic standing; and (b) never been put on disciplinary sanction by, the university; (c) currently enrolled full time; (d) pursuing a degree on NMSU’s main campus; and (e) enrolled for the spring semester 2015 academic year (f) cannot presently be employed by the NMSU WAVE Program; (f) enrolled in the Scholar Dollar Program.
Click here to download the application form: Stephen Judd Scholarship Application Spring 2015