Hydration Stations

Bottle filling stations supply a source of cool, filtered water to fill bottles at a rate of about one gallon per minute, which is much faster than a traditional drinking fountain. Bottle filling stations help to reduce landfill waste and save energy required to produce plastic bottles.

As of 2/1/2020 we have 67 hydration stations on main campus. Lower your waste by bringing your own To Go bottle and fill ‘er up! Here is a map of the locations.

Water Bottle Filling Stations

Water Bottle Filling Stations
Building Number Building Name Address Hydration Station
412 A ACADEMIC RESEARCH A 1620 STANDLEY DR Next to room 110, between restrooms
412 B ACADEMIC RESEARCH B 1620 STANDLEY DR Next to room 110, between restrooms
412 C ACADEMIC RESEARCH C 1620 STANDLEY DR Next to room 110, between restrooms
471 AGGIE EXPRESS CONVENIENCE STORE & LAUNDROMAT 3555 WILLIAMS AVE Between restrooms
261 AGGIE HEALTH & WELLNESS CENTER 3080 BRELAND DR By Rm 135
633 AMERICAN INDIAN STUDENT CENTER 3015 ANDREW WALL PLACE By Room 108
82 BIOLOGY ANNEX 3080 WILLIAMS AVE Next to Room 102D
184 BRELAND HALL 1525 STEWART ST Next to restroom 1
386 BUSINESS COMPLEX BUILDING 1320 E UNIVERSITY AVE Near room 102 and 115
386 BUSINESS COMPLEX BUILDING 1320 E UNIVERSITY AVE Dean offices
386 BUSINESS COMPLEX BUILDING 1320 E UNIVERSITY AVE Next to room 309
30 CAMPUS POLICE/AG INSTITUTE 725 COLLEGE DR Between restrooms by eye wash station
126 COMPUTER CENTER 1275 STEWART ST Next to Men's Restroom and Room 139
285 CORBETT CENTER 1600 INTERNATIONAL MALL East Side By vending machines next to men’s restroom and J234 custodial closet
285 CORBETT CENTER 1600 INTERNATIONAL MALL In front of east ballroom across from ballroom 320, potentially move
285 CORBETT CENTER 1600 INTERNATIONAL MALL Next to J135 across from Taos restaurant
285 CORBETT CENTER 1600 INTERNATIONAL MALL West Side by restrooms across from study room 201 No Filter
DACC - TECHNICAL STUDIES BUILDING 3400 S ESPINA ST Across from C142
60 DAN W. WILLIAMS HALL 1390 E UNIVERSITY AVE
541 ED AND HAROLD FOREMAN ENGINEERING COMPLEX 1060 FRENGER MALL Next to room 164, Photogrammetry Lab Surveying Department sign
338 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES CENTER 1780 E UNIVERSITY AVE Next to University Admissions
338 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES CENTER 1780 E UNIVERSITY AVE In lobby across from accounts receivable
628 FOOTBALL COACHES 1820 STEWART ST By restrooms, next to J105 and across from S105
34 FOSTER HALL 1200 S HORSESHOE By room 237 and in between men’s and women’s restroom
223 FS GROUNDS 1530 WELLS ST Next to men’s restroom
221 FS OFFICE 1530 WELLS ST In-between restrooms
596 FULTON ATHLETIC CENTER (STADIUM ANNEX) 1815 WELLS ST By elevators on 1st floor
275 GARCIA RESIDENCE HALL 1715 INTERNATIONAL MALL In lobby by pool tables, next to men’s restroom
275 GARCIA RESIDENCE HALL 1715 INTERNATIONAL MALL West side of the lobby across from front desk
244 GERALD THOMAS HALL 940 COLLEGE DR First floor next to Sam steel cafe
288 GUTHRIE HALL 1325 INTERNATIONAL MALL Next to room 105 and next to stairway
288 GUTHRIE HALL 1325 INTERNATIONAL MALL Next to Audit Room, across from room 300
172 HADLEY HALL 2850 WEDDELL ST Next to room 20 and next to women’s restroom
323 HARDMAN AND JACOBS UNDERGRADUATE LEARNING CENTER 2902 MCFIE CIR West near restrooms next to ICT help desk and janitor closet J107
323 HARDMAN AND JACOBS UNDERGRADUATE LEARNING CENTER 2902 MCFIE CIR Next to restrooms staircase and ICT student technology and planning Halsey Taylor
323 HARDMAN AND JACOBS UNDERGRADUATE LEARNING CENTER 2902 MCFIE CIR East between restrooms, counter says to reset filter settings.
323 HARDMAN AND JACOBS UNDERGRADUATE LEARNING CENTER 2902 MCFIE CIR East next to restrooms and next to electrical room M234
321 JAMES B. DELAMATER ACTIVITY CENTER 1600 STEWART ST Office Area Across from room 209
321 JAMES B. DELAMATER ACTIVITY CENTER 1600 STEWART ST Next to restroom on second floor overlooking weight room
321 JAMES B. DELAMATER ACTIVITY CENTER 1600 STEWART ST Lobby Room by 101
321 JAMES B. DELAMATER ACTIVITY CENTER 1600 STEWART ST In Room 131 (weight room)
321 JAMES B. DELAMATER ACTIVITY CENTER 1600 STEWART ST In Room 100 (Big Gym)
321 JAMES B. DELAMATER ACTIVITY CENTER 1600 STEWART ST By Room 140 (Gym)
189 JETT HALL 1040 S HORSESHOE Second floor across from room 245
189 JETT HALL 1040 S HORSESHOE First floor chemical engineering department across from room 150
189 JETT HALL 1040 S HORSESHOE By Room J003, at the bottom of the stair 1
368 KNOX HALL 2980 S ESPINA ST In-between restrooms on 1st floor
342 MEMORIAL STADIUM & LOCKER ROOM FIELD HOUSE 1810 STEWART ST To the right of the main hallway leading to double door entrance/exit
83 MILTON HALL 2915 MCFIE CIR Lower level by vending machines next to room 74
83 MILTON HALL 2915 MCFIE CIR In KRWG-TV
389 MUSIC BUILDING 1075 N HORSESHOE Next to room 100 across from entrance
287 O'DONNELL HALL 1220 STEWART ST Between restrooms, across from J021 D
249 PETE V. DOMENICI HALL 3014 MCFIE CIR By Room J115 across from restrooms
249 PETE V. DOMENICI HALL 3014 MCFIE CIR By Room 009
249 PETE V. DOMENICI HALL 3014 MCFIE CIR By Room T234 and by restrooms
604 PINON HALL 1760 E UNIVERSITY AVE In staff lobby area (contact Garcia Hall office for access)
211 RENTFROW HALL 3165 WILLIAMS AVE Entrance
211 RENTFROW HALL 3165 WILLIAMS AVE By Restrooms
80 RHODES-GARRETT-HAMIEL RESIDENCE HALL 2725 JORDAN RD By Room 136
647 ROBERTS HALL 3035 WILLIAMS AVE In lobby next to reception desk next to Room 104
391 SCIENCE HALL 1290 FRENGER MALL Next to Room 119B
551 SKEEN HALL 945 COLLEGE DR Near women’s bathroom, across from elevators next to spiral staircase entrance.
276 WALDEN HALL 1200 FRENGER MALL In-between restrooms, near the math testing center
35 WILLIAM B. CONROY HONORS CENTER 2745 S ESPINA ST Bottom floor, to the left of the stair case
32 YOUNG HALL 1300 S HORSESHOE Front of TV on main hallway
461 ZUHL LIBRARY 2911 MCFIE CIR Second floor near restrooms by staircase
461 ZUHL LIBRARY 2911 MCFIE CIR First floor near restrooms near staircase
FAQ:
Where/when was the first water bottle filling station installed?
The first one was installed in the Activity Center in March 2012.
What makes them different than drinking fountains?
It supplies source of cool, filtered water to fill bottles at a rate of about one gallon per minute, which is much faster than a traditional drinking fountain.
What difference does it make?
The bottle filling station helps to reduce landfill waste, save energy required to produce plastic bottles and saves consumers money they would otherwise spend on bottled water.
See the NMSU Interactive Campus Map for hydration station locations.