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Please contact your professor to find out how this is being handled for your class.
The campus post office is able to forward your mail to your new address. If you would like your items to be forwarded, you must contact the campus post office via email at [email protected] immediately with the following information:
Full Name including Middle Initial
Student ID Number
ENMU Box Number
Address you would like us to send to including
Complete Street address
PO Box if applicable
City, State, Zip
All events at the ENMU campus are currently canceled through May 15. A determination on events later this year will be made at a later date as more information becomes available. To sign up for Choir Camp please visit enmu.edu/ChoirCamp
Registration begins for Seniors on Sunday March 29 for Summer and Fall 2020. If there is a hold on your account please visit with your faculty adviser.
Per the ENMU Department of Public Safety this is not true. You are fine to travel to and from Clovis to Portales.
No, There are no confirmed cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) at the ENMU-Portales campus. Information on confirmed cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the state of New Mexico can be found at NMDOH website.
Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), is a new respiratory virus first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. A novel coronavirus (CoV) is a new coronavirus that has not been previously identified.
Eastern New Mexico University has an all hazards emergency operations plan. The ENMU-Portales campus has past experience dealing with pandemics. In 2009, the ENMU-Portales campus was impacted by a subtype of Influenza A (A/H1N1), which some referred to as the "Swine Flu."
The New Mexico Department of Public Health has created a web page to keep citizens of New Mexico informed. For more information, please visit the NMDOH website.
Anyone with flu-like symptoms should call ENMU Health Services at 575.562.2321, or their healthcare provider for advice and assistance regarding their symptoms prior to travelling to a treatment facility. In the event of an emergency where 911 may be used involving an individual with flu-like symptoms, the caller should advise dispatch of the symptoms so this information can be relayed to Emergency Medical Services (EMS), and other first responders in preparation for a potential exposure.
Symptoms may include fever, cough, and difficulty breathing. If you have these symptoms, or have been in contact with someone with these symptoms, it is important to seek advice from a health care provider.
The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH's State Scientific Laboratory (SLD) now has capacity to test for COVID-19, the novel coronavirus. The tests kits, provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), allow the Department of Health to test several hundred patients without having to send samples out of state for testing.