"I was always aware of ENMU during the college application process in high school. Eventually, I realized that Eastern made the most sense for me and my family in terms of size, distance from home, finance and the program that I was interested in," she said.
When not attending the university, Jordan lives in Tucumcari, New Mexico.
The senior has taken classes both on-campus and online.
Her time at ENMU has helped her expand her knowledge in all areas, not just in her major.
"I've learned a lot about myself and how I can most effectively work with others," she said.
The creative writing minor enjoys the relationships she has established at ENMU. She has made life-long "best friends here on this campus."
She also loves the help she has received from her professors and advisors over the years.
"There is a sense of purpose among the faculty that I had the pleasure of working most closely with. That purpose truly reflects Eastern's motto: student success," Jordan said.
The 22-year-old feels prepared for future endeavors because her bachelor's degree from ENMU.
"ENMU has shown me what my version of career success looks like, and I firmly believe that I will achieve that thanks in no small part to all I've learned here," she said.
According to Jordan, this was the best university she could have gone to for her undergraduate degree.
"This is a good place to be a student. I don't know anyone who would disagree," she said.