The museum displays and artifacts describe and interpret life at the archaeology site from Clovis times (over 13,000 years ago) all the way through the recent historic period.
Blackwater Draw National Landmark
The landmark is the type-site for the Clovis culture, North America’s oldest positively defined cultural group.
Dr. Antonio "Tony" Gennaro Natural History Museum
The museum promotes an understanding of the diversity of life, emphasizing the natural heritage of eastern New Mexico and the greater Southwest.
Fine Arts Camps, Lectures, and Workshops
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Fine Arts Season
ENMU has a long-standing tradition of providing exceptional art, film, music and theatre performances, productions, and exhibits; most of which of free and open to the public.
The lectureship celebrates writers, editors, artists, and many others that have contributed to the Science Fiction genre.
Jack Williamson Science Fiction Library
The library is one of the top science fiction collections in the world containing more than 30,000 volumes as well as the works of science fiction pioneer Jack Williamson.
Miles Mineral Museum
The museum is the caretakers of over 2,500 geological, archaeological, and anthropological specimens, many from the private collection of Fred and Gladys Miles. Some of these specimens are on display.
Roosevelt County Historical Museum
Founded in 1940 through funding provided by the Works Project Administration (WPA), the museum features artifacts from the early life of the residents of Roosevelt County.
Our premier campus gallery features a variety of creative visual work from students, faculty and staff, alumni, and notable guest artists as well as several community outreach programs.
The Southwest Collection is an assortment of rare and unusual books by New Mexico authors and books about New Mexico. The collection also includes books about individual New Mexico communities and counties.