Empower yourself in ENMU's College of Education and Technology. We can help you fulfill your professional dreams of becoming:
- A highly-qualified, licensed New Mexico teacher, administrator or counselor
- An agribusiness owner
- Achild care or family service provider
- An advanced student in graduate education
Our accredited undergraduate and graduate programs offer "a learning journey for an empowered voice on the High Plains of the Southwest."
ENMU-Roswell has education programs for Roswell students studying outside the Portales area.
Call for Nominations for 2015 Educators Hall of Honor
2015 Nomination Form (Nomination deadline: Friday, June 5, 2015)
It is time once again to nominate deserving alumni to the 2015 ENMU Educators Hall of Honor. Inductees will be commended for their passion for education as evidenced by a talent for inspiring students through a shared community of knowledge, exploration and confidence in one's ability and potential.
The ideal nominee would be an alumna/us of ENMU, living or deceased, active or retired, with an earned education degree (or the equivalent such as secondary licensure within a content degree) with a demonstrable record of professional accomplishments, exceptional character and significant community service. All nominating materials should be submitted to Dr. Penny A. Garcia, dean of the College and Education and Technology, and must be postmarked by Friday, June 5, 2015. Nominations will be reviewed by a committee of ENMU administrations, faculty, staff, emeritus faculty and ENMU Foundation personnel. For more information, please email Dr. Garcia (email@example.com).
Tomorrow's Leaders Today
Cohort I Applications for Teachers due April 27, 2015. Applications for Principles and Superintendents due May 4, 2015
ENMU and the National Institute for School Leadership are pleased to announce the NMLEAD Tomorrow's Leaders Today (TLT) project. This opportunity, funded by the New Mexico Public Education Department, serves to develop a leadership pipeline of future administrators throughout eastern and southern New Mexico. You may participate in many ways: as a superintendent, a principal, a teacher seeking an education administration licensure who already holds a master's degree, or as a teacher seeking a master's and an education administration license.