June 5, 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Donna Oracion, 575-624-7403
REGISTRATION OPEN ONLINE FOR FALL CLASSES AT ENMU-ROSWELL
Registration for the upcoming fall semester at ENMU-Roswell is open online at www.roswell.enmu.edu Fall classes begin Monday, August 17. Classes offered will follow typical fall semester course offerings with a combination of on-campus classes and online classes. The class schedule is available on the campus website: https://ssb.enmu.edu:8911/ROSW/schedule.p_Classes?TRM=202011&SBJ=&INS=&CTY=
Campus operations for June, July and August are outlined in a Return to Campus Plan also posted on the website, https://www.roswell.enmu.edu/wp-content/uploads/delightful-downloads/2020/05/Return_To_Campus_WEB.pdf
The campus is currently closed to the general public, but academic advisors are available to assist students with applying for admission, registering for classes, or answering general questions. The Academic Advising department may be reached at 575-624-7294 or [email protected] Academic advisors will promptly respond to student e-mails and calls within 24 hours to answer questions and provide registration assistance.
Campus security and physical plant staff have also been busy posting additional signage, limiting building access, implementing screening procedures, and conducting daily cleaning and sanitizing according to CDC and public health guidelines.
“We understand these are uncertain times. Students deserve to receive a high quality education to assist them in meeting their academic and professional goals in a safe environment,” said Dr. Shawn Powell, President, ENMU-Roswell. “For the fall semester we will continue to provide students an opportunity to take classes to complete degree and workforce certificate programs in a safe manner that is consistent state and federal health guidelines. We want to assure the community we are here, offering high-quality, relevant, and affordable education programs to prepare students for sustainable careers.”
ENMU-Roswell will continue to update students and the public about any changes in campus operations in response to the Governor’s Executive Orders and the New Mexico Department of Health Public Health Orders.