52 Universty Blvd.
Roswell, NM 88202-6000
Accrediting Agency:North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Originally established as Roswell Community College in 1958, the school became designated as an Eastern New Mexico University campus in 1967. This two-year public institution currently serves more than 4,000 area students. Individuals enrolled at ENMU- Roswell can choose from a number of certificate and associate degree programs. These range from career-training programs to liberal arts and general studies programs, which may appeal to students looking to transfer credits to a four-year university. ENMU- Roswell also has a growing number of options for students interested in online education.
Eastern New Mexico University’s Roswell Campus offers students more than 70 certificate and associate degree programs. These include areas such as auto mechanics, floral design, veterinary assisting, media arts, accounting, political science, business administration, teacher education, and nursing, to name a handful. The school also has more than 150 online classes for added flexibility. Available areas of study for online students include business administration, criminal justice, allied health education, and university studies. Individuals interested in pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree may choose to transfer their credits to the university’s main campus in Portales. Select online classes and programs are also available through this main campus.
Eastern New Mexico University – Roswell has been accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools since 1971. The school’s programs in occupational therapy assisting and nursing have also received specialized accreditation from the American Occupational Therapy Association and the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, respectively.
Eastern New Mexico University’s Roswell Campus has an open admissions policy. Prospective students can submit their application online, but official high school transcripts or proof of the successful completion of a GED program must be sent in their original form to the admissions office. Once notification of admission is received, students should make arrangements to complete the school’s University Skills Placement Test. Following placement, students can meet with an advisor and register for classes. For more information about the admissions process, please visit the school’s website.