Right to Know

The Higher Education Opportunity Act contains federal and reporting disclosure requirement s for institutions of higher education. To make this information readily available to members of the University community and its stakeholders, this website provides access to all required information. For additional information, contact the Office for Planning and Analysis, 575.562.2315.

The Higher Education Opportunity Act (public Law 110-215) (HEDA) was enacted August 14, 2008, reauthorizing the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended.

 

Institutional Information

Institutional Mission

 

Mission

Strategic Plan

 

Strategic Plan

   
ENMU Student Body

Enrollment by Gender and Ethnicity

 

Gender Ethnicity

Percent of Students Who are Pell Grant Recipients

 

Pell Recipients

Student Activities and Organizations

 

Enrollment

Student Complaints

 

Students with complaints about grades: consult the grade appeal process in the ENMU Catalog or the Student Handbook (page 26): Grade Complaints

Students with complaints about discrimination or harassment: Complaints

For other concerns or complaints, students should contact the Office of Student Affairs (SAS 190, 575.562.2221) or email vice president for Student Affairs, Dr. Judith Haislett at Judith.Haislett@enmu.edu

If institutional remedies are insufficient, complaints may be made to the New Mexico Higher Education Department: Complaints HED

   
Educational Programs

Degree Programs (Undergraduate)

 

Undergrad Programs

Degree programs
(Graduate)

 

Graduate Programs

Building and Facilities

 

Buildings

Faculty and Instructional Personnel

 

Teaching Staff

Privacy of Student Records
(FERPA)

 

FERPA

Transfer of Credit Policy–Undergraduate

 

Transfer Credit UG

Transfer of Credit Policy–Graduate

 

Transfer Credit Grad

Articulation Agreements

 

Articulation

Withdrawal and Refund Policies

 

Refunds

   
Student Outcomes

Retention Rates

 

Retention

Graduation Rates

 

Graduation

Degrees Granted
(number and types)

 

2003-2013 Degrees Granted

   
Post-Graduation Activities

Employment/Educational Plans of Baccalaureate Graduates

 

Graduate Plans

Placement and Career Services

 

Careers

   
Services and Information for Students

Class Schedules

 

Schedules

Text Books

 

Bookstore or Buy books

Services for Students with Disabilities

 

Disability Services

Copyright infringement/Illegal File Sharing

Copyright

Voter Registration

 

Before a national or state-wide election, the Associated Students of Eastern New Mexico University conducts voter registration drives across campus.

   
Financial Assistance Information

Student Financial Aid Information

 

Financial Aid

Price of Attendance
(Tuition and Fees)

 

Tuition–Undergraduate

Tuition–Graduate

Student Net Price Calculator

 

Calculator

Student Rights and Responsibilities
Title IV Loan Code of Conduct

 

Loans Code of Conduct

Steps to Confirm your Financial Aid Award

 

Confirming Aid

Grant, Loan, and Scholarship Information

 

Aid Info

Loan Info

Scholarship Info

Conditions of Financial Aid Award (Including Withdrawal Policy)

 

SAP–Financial Aid Conditions

Withdraw–Withdraw from Classes

Loan Counseling–Entrance

Loan Counseling–Exit
 

Loans Entrance

Loans Exit

Contact Information for Financial Aid

 

Financial Aid Contacts

Verification

 

Verification

Preferred Lender Lists

 

The ENMU Office of Financial Aid does not recommend, promote or endorse any lenders, nor do they have any preferred lender agreements or lists.

Preferred Lender Arrangements

 

The ENMU Office of Financial Aid does not recommend, promote or endorse any lenders, nor do they have any preferred lender agreements or lists.

Cohort Default Rate

 

Cohort Default Rate

   
Health and Safety

Health Services

 

Health

Drug and Alcohol Policy

 

Drug Policy

Drug and Alcohol Prevention Information

 

Police Information

Prevention Information

Vaccination Policy

 

Eastern New Mexico University does not require immunizations or vaccinations for attendance. The meningitis vaccine (Menectra) is strongly recommended for residential students as well as an annual "flu" shot: Vaccine Policy

Annual Campus Security Report

 

Campus Safety

Emergency Preparedness

 

Emergency Readiness

Criminal Activity Statistics

 

Criminal Activity Statistics

Missing Student Notification Policy

 

Missing Student Policy

Annual Campus Fire Safely Report

 

Fire Safety Report

   
Teacher Preparation Programs

Teacher Preparation

 

Teacher Prep

Teacher Preparation Programs

 

Teaching Programs

Alternative Licensure

 

Alt Licensure

   
Gainful Employment Programs

Final regulations published in the Federal Register on October 29, 2010, [75 FR 66665 and FR 66832], by the U.S. Department of Education, require institutions that participate in the student financial assistance programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 as amended (the HEA), to disclose to prospective students certain information about their gainful employment (GE) programs. As of January 2012, Eastern New Mexico University (Portales campus) has no GE programs.

   
Athletics Information

Number of Participants, by sport

Coaching Staff and Salaries

Revenues and Expenses

 

Access data by entering institutional name and location: ENMU Athletics

Information for Student Athletes and NCAA Compliance

 

Information for Athletes

   
Title IX–Sexual Harassment
 

Sexual Assault and Sexual Contact

 

If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, please contact our Title IX Coordinator at 575.562.2991.

Process for Resolving Student Complaints of Discrimination

 

Policy under revision (If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, please contact our Title IX Coordinator at 575.562.2991.)

Sexual Harassment policy

 

Harassment

Americans with Disabilities policy

 

Americans with Disabilities Act

Student Code of Conduct

 

Student Code of Conduct

   
Institutional Accreditation

Eastern New Mexico University holds national accreditation through the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association. In addition, the University's programs in Music; Business; Speech, Language and Hearing; Nursing; Teacher Education and Social Work are accredited by their professional organizations.

 

National Association of Schools of Music

Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

National League for Nursing

National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education

Council on Social Work Education