Despite Pandemic, Northern Enrollment Comes Out Ahead

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Northern New Mexico College is reporting an 11 percent increase in student headcount enrollment for the 2020 Fall semester, and a 3 percent increase in total student credit hours taken, the College’s highest enrollment since 2014.

UNM-LA Late Start Classes Beginning Soon

UNM-Los Alamos (UNM-LA) will offer a number of late-start classes exploring subjects of cultural, personal, business and organizational interest. Classes are available in both face-to-face and online formats.

New Mexico’s Cuts to Higher Education Second Worst in Nation

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New Mexico’s Cuts to Higher Education Second Worst in Nation

Funding Cuts Are Shortchanging Future Generations

ALBUQUERQUE, NM – New Mexico’s inadequate public investment in higher education over the last decade has contributed to rising tuition, often leaving students with little choice but to take on more debt or give up on their dreams of going to college. The problem is especially serious for Black, Hispanic, and low-income students.