The prompt herald of this state funded college goes over to 1859, when the Common Foundation began its courses. This establishment had been imagined by Representative Santiago Vidaurri however was raised by his successor, the Self-ruling College of Nuevo León is a state funded college with seven yards over the Northern state of Nuevo León, Mexico. Established as College of Nuevo León on 25 September 1933, it is the third biggest state funded college in Mexico regarding understudy populace and the most paramount foundation of higher adapting in Northeastern Mexico, which offers the most astounding number of scholarly programs. It is additionally the most seasoned college in the state, it is as of now headquartered in San Nicolás de los Garza, a suburb of Monterrey. The College has been positioned by different associations as one of the best state funded colleges in Mexico and Latin America, it has been positioned fourth place in a distribution of the Best Colleges Of Mexico 2014 by the Rankia Association in Mexico, and is positioned as one of the 10 most perceived colleges in Mexico by various associations like QS World College. The university also consists 36 High Schools of which 7 of them are Technical High Schools, one is a Bilingual International High School, and the rest are 2 year High Schools.
The following is the list of scholars from Nuevo Leon State University who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences