ENMU-Roswell's Associate of Science in Nursing Program has full accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) with the next scheduled program evaluation visit during fall 2017. The Nursing Program also has full approval by the New Mexico Board of Nursing.

Nursing is a process of assisting the individual, family, and / or community to promote, maintain, and / or restore health. Through the nursing process of assessment, Development of nursing diagnoses and patient / client goals, implementation, and evaluation of patient / client outcomes, the uniqueness of each individual as a whole person is recognized. The scope of associate degree nursing practice centers on patient / client care including the roles of direct provider of care, manager of care, and member within the multidisciplinary health team. The associate degree (R.N.) works in these roles under the supervision of a nurse holding a baccalaureate or higher degree in nursing.


Nursing Brochure (PDF) Nursing Brochure (PDF)


Students wishing to reapply to the nursing program must meet with the Nursing Program Director!


Associate of Science in Nursing (preparation to take the NCLEX - RN examinations for licensure). Please see the degree plans page for the most up-to-date information on the associate of science in nursing.

Program Cost Estimates (2 Years)

Application for Nursing Program

Please check back soon for an updated nursing application.

Nursing Student Handbook

Other Forms

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