Student Affairs
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  • Feb.08

    The spring semester is off to a good start. As you may be aware, February is Black History Month. We have a variety of events scheduled throughout the month which can be found at the Office of Multicultural Affairs.
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  • Nov.23

    The end of the fall semester is rapidly approaching. With midterms over, the focus of your ENMU student's attention will be on preparing for finals which happen right after the Thanksgiving break. As always, our faculty and staff are available to your student to help them through this potentially stressful time.
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  • Fall15

    The coming fall 2015 semester is looking to be a great one! As always this is an exciting time here at Eastern New Mexico University. In this newsletter we wanted to highlight some events and provide you with some useful information. So, from the update on the status of the new on-campus stadium, to the schedule for the always fun Dawg Days event, there is sure to be something useful to you here.
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  • Sept.10

    We recently received this notification from the New Mexico Department of Health, and in the interests of transparency we'd like to share it with you. A student on the ENMU campus was diagnosed with chickenpox (varicella), while attending classes from Aug. 31-Sept. 2. While chickenpox is highly contagious, most people recover easily and quickly. If your student is unvaccinated or has a compromised immune system, you should talk to your student about getting vaccinated or taking extra precautions.
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