Provide students with academic intervention and enrichment; personal and career counseling; teacher professional development; and parent involvement.
ENMU-Roswell has partnered with Xcel Energy to construct a community solar energy demonstration site on Campus behind the Occupational Technology Center. 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. 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. To schedule a group or individual visit to the site, contact Frances Dubiel at 624-7250.
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.
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.
New Mexico 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.