Provide students with academic intervention and enrichment; personal and career counseling; teacher professional development; and parent involvement.
UnitedHealthcare provides funding to support the Community Paramedic Program on campus and the food pantry at the La Puerta Abierta Clinic.
The Roswell Job Corps Nursing Assisting Program is offered on the ENMU-Roswell campus.
ENMU-Roswell partnered with the New Mexico Department of Health to build a new Rehabilitation Center at 72 Gail Harris St. on campus property near the Health Sciences Center. The NM Rehabilitation Center is a collaborative partnership that provides the facilities necessary to expand clinical experiences for health careers students in the Division of Health, to add new bachelor's degree programs in health care through agreements with four-year institutions, and to expand services offered by ENMU-Roswell in its dental clinic/van and community pharmacy.
Xcel Energy - ENMU-Roswell has partnered with Xcel Energy to construct a community solar energy demonstration site on Campus behind the Occupational Technology Center. The 35 kilowatt solar installation demonstrates six photovoltaic (PV) solar technologies that can be installed on homes or businesses, including rooftop, lollipop array, single axis array, and dual axis array. The project covers 22,000 square feet and includes a walking path with information markers describing the types of technology being demonstrated and interesting solar facts. Meters also show the output of the power being generated. ENMU-Roswell’s site is the largest of the company’s four solar installations in Southeast New Mexico and the “crown jewel” of the Community Solar Program. ENMU-Roswell students enrolled in the Renewable Energy Technology program utilize the site for training and students can tour the site during the school year for educational field trips. To schedule a group or individual visit to the site, contact Frances Dubiel at 624-7250.
Small Business Development Center - Staff facilitates entrepreneurial education and business assistance activities; promotes community-based business development; and fosters cooperative relationships with other business assistance providers statewide. Visit the SBDC site here.
The Center for Workforce and Community Development at ENMU-Roswell is an instructional unit designed to align academic planning and program delivery with rapidly changing workforce developments in the state. CWCD focuses on credit and non-credit workshops, short courses, and Certificates of Occupational Training for an adult on and off-campus clientele with new programs in emerging technical and professional areas. Visit the CWCD site here.
NM MESA, Inc. - NM MESA, a non-profit organization, is part of a national initiative promoting educational enrichment for pre- college students from historically under- represented ethnic groups. NM MESA prepares students for college majors and careers in mathematics, engineering, science and related fields. ENMU-Roswell is providing office space and administrative support for a regional NM MESA office on campus. The campus also serves as a regional activity site for MESA.
National Guard Youth Challenge Academy -ENMU-Roswell partnered with the National Guard’s Youth ChalleNGe program in 2001. The college provides career-technical education, food service and other support to the program, which targets high school dropouts ages 16 to 18 from throughout New Mexico. The 22-week academy gives cadets the opportunity to complete their GED high school equivalency diploma and 15 credit hours of career-technical coursework through ENMU- Roswell. Cadets also take part in physical fitness activities, CPR classes, job skills training, and community service projects.
ENMU-Roswell partners with a number of local organizations through the Rural Community College Initiative, funded by the Ford Foundation, to promote community improvement activities.
ENMU-Roswell will provide access to campus services and equipment and work with the company to develop new courses in areas such as radar technology, manufacturing, pre-engineering or specialized math and science courses. The company will provide internship and mentorship experiences for ENMU-Roswell students. Beyond-Earth staff will also serve in an advisory capacity related to curriculum development and equipment acquisition. Staff will also facilitate Kids' Kollege course opportunities in the future in the areas of math, science, and technology.