International Students Events


Mandatory Orientation for NEW International Students

Date: Jan. 16
Time: 2 p.m.
Location: Student Academic Services (SAS) Room 234
Description: New international students will be introduced to VISA and I-20 legalities and regulations, safety issues, cultural and ethnic events, career, counseling and health services provided by ENMU. You will meet representatives from each office. A tour of the campus will follow.


The Fabulous Chinese Acrobats

Date: Jan. 26
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: ENMU Campus Union (CUB) Ballroom
Description: Start celebrating the Chinese New Year with International Affairs and Chinese professional acrobats who audaciously perform stunts and feats of balance, flexibility, coordination and strength! They skillfully balance or juggle items such as porcelain jars, silk umbrellas, tables or each other as they share this ancient and colorful art form! Do not miss out!


International Club Weekly Meetings

Date: Fridays
Time: 3 p.m.
Location: Campus Union Building (CUB) Navajo Room
Description: The International Club officers meet every Friday to give updates on events and activities for international students. Anybody is welcome to become a member of the Club.


2015 New Year Chinese Banquet: The Year of the Sheep/Goat

Date: Feb. 13
Time: 6 p.m.
Location: ENMU Campus Union (CUB) Ballroom
Description: Chinese Spring Festival or Lunar New Year is the grandest festival for Chinese people, originating during the Shang Dynasty. ENMU Chinese students have created an evening of modern dances, traditional songs and music, a fashion show, silent auction, delightful dinner, and more... to celebrate with the ENMU community. Cost per person is $15 and is FREE for students under a J-1 or F-1 VISA.

Everybody must RSVP by Feb. 4th with the Office of International Affairs, no exceptions! Purchase of the tickets and contact information with: Diana Cordova, director of Multicultural Affairs, at or 575.562.4914 or Maria Garcia, director of International Affairs at or 575.562.4915.


International Potluck!

Date: Feb. 27
Time: 6 p.m.
Location: San Juan Village Club House
Description: Every student must bring a dish to share with others! International Affairs will provide dessert, and SJV will provide disposables (plates, napkins, cups, and silverware). We will have music, games, and prizes for students!


Honoring the goddess within us all

Office: International Affairs 575.562.4915
Date: March 24
Time: 6 p.m.
Location: Zia Room
Description: Lucy Carrillo, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, will teach a one-hour of Vinyasa Flow Yoga and Meditation Class while explaining the origins and meanings of the such acclaimed Yoga discipline. All levels welcome! Wear your comfortable fitness clothes and discover the inner goddess in you!


Luncheon: "Three Keys to Become a Successful Woman"

Date: March 26
Time: 11:30 tray pick up at cafeteria and at noon the presentation starts
Location: Sandia Room
Description: Donna J. Mowrer District Judge Division IV will talk about her personal and professional experiences that have help her discover the keys that have help her become a successful woman! There is limited seating. Please RSVP by Friday March 20 with Maria Garcia, Director of International Affairs Office at


International Graduation Ceremony

Date: April 17
Time: 3 p.m.
Location: Becky Sharp (COB)
Description: President Gamble will sash Spring 2015 international graduates. Join the ceremony and show your support to our international students! Refreshments will be served.


Phone: 575.562.4915