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ART 221 U 3 Cr
Beginning Painting I
Introduction to painting. Basic skills in painting with oils,
ACCT 201 U 4 Cr acrylics and watercolors. Work from life, still life, landscape,
Introductory Accounting I composition and thematic concepts. Additional art supplies
Fundamental accounting principles and concepts, procedures in required.
data accumulation presentation and preparation of financial CRN 12844 M 400-630pm DeFoor, Bruce 117
reports. Three hours lecture and two hours laboratory weekly.
CRN 12875 MW 100-245pm McCullough, John 103
ART 231U/LU 4 Cr Lab Fees: $35.00
Anthropology Beginning Ceramics I/Lab
Introduction to basic clay forming techniques including slab,
ANTH/GEOG 233 U 3 Cr wheel throwing and glaze applications. Tutorial session designed
People & Cultures of the World to reinforce the skills developed in ART 231.
The diverse societies that exist in various geographical areas of CRN 12845 R 0900-1130am
the world, with emphasis on understanding relationships between 13045 R 100-330pm Pekelsma, Judy 117
cultural systems and natural environments.
CRN 12983 Howard, John Online
ART 232U/LU 4 Cr Lab Fees: $35.00
Art Beginning Ceramics II/Lab
Continuation of ART 231. Tutorial session designed to reinforce
ART 101 U 3 Cr the skills developed in ART 232.
Beginning Drawing I CRN 12846 R 600-830pm
An introduction to the basic principles, materials and skills of 13046 S 0900-1130am Miner, Alan 117
freehand drawing from life. The course synthesizes studies in
representation, proportion, perspective, value and composition.
Additional art supplies required. (Open to non-art majors and ART 253 U 3 Cr Lab Fees: $5.00
minors) Digital Imaging
CRN 12838 T 600-830pm Lane, Martha 117 An introduction to the fundamental concepts and features of
CRN 12839 W 0900-1130am DeFoor, Bruce 117 image-editing computer software including production of digital
images, use of editing and special effects tools, clip art and
ART 106 U 3 Cr scanning techniques. A working knowledge of a Windows
Design I operating environment is recommended.
A two-dimensional exploration of visual elements, principles of CRN 12847 M 0800-1030am Lane, Martha 101
design and color through classroom application and
experimentation. Included is an introduction to the arts. ART 268 U 3 Cr
Additional art supplies required. (Open to non-art majors)
Masters Painting Class
CRN 12840 M 600-830pm Barlow, Edward 114
As announced. (May be repeated for credit)
CRN 12851 T 100-330pm DeFoor, Bruce 117
ART 131 U 3 Cr
Art Appreciation ART 293 U 3 Cr
Introductory course exploring the visual arts. This lecture course Digital Photography
surveys the role of arts in society. Emphasis on design principles Basic digital photography with an emphasis on composition and
and fine and applied arts. design.
CRN 12841 R 400-630pm Barlow, Edward 105 CRN 12850 W 400-630pm Staff 101
ART 165 U 3 Cr ART 293 U 3 Cr
Art History I Mural Painting I
Survey of the art of prehistoric and historic people in Western and Basic techniques of indoor and outdoor mural painting applied
non-Western cultures through the 16th century with exploration through group projects. (May be repeated for credit with
of cultural traditions in art by examining the impact of social, instructor approval)
political and economic organizations. CRN 12848 T 0900-1130am DeFoor, Bruce 117
CRN 12842 Pekelsma, Judy Online
ART 206 U 3 Cr Lab Fees: $25.00
Study of advanced drawing principles applied to the human form
and its structure. Using a variety of materials, students concen-
trate on gesture, contour and proportion.
CRN 12843 W 600-830pm DeFoor, Bruce 117
Transfers to all New Mexico Colleges and Universities 4 800-934-ENMU (3668)
Art BIOL 113U/LU 4 Cr
Biology for General Education/Lab
ART 293 U 3 Cr Principles of biology. Credit not applicable toward biology major
Mural Painting II or minor. Three hours lab weekly.
Advanced techniques of indoor and outdoor mural painting CRN 12986/12987 Rosellie, Irene Online
applied through group projects. (May be repeated for credit with
BIOL 152LU 4 Cr Lab Fees: $10.00
CRN 12849 T 0900-1130am DeFoor, Bruce 117 General Biology II/Lab
An introduction to subcellular and cellular mechanisms and
ART 293 U 3 Cr organizations of biological systems. Serves as an introductory
course for students majoring in biology. Three hours lab weekly.
Photo & Painting Italy CRN 12988/ T 0830-1100am 120
Experience “New Beginnings” as you capture the beauty of
12989 Lab 100-250pm Langley, Gina 118
Italy with painting or digital photography. Stay in a 15th century
monastery this summer from July 31 through August 14 and
paint or photograph the beautiful hilltowns of Umbria during the BIOL 209U/LU 4 Cr
day. Beginning-to-accomplished artists will receive professional Anatomy and Physiology I/Lab
instruction and experience a playful and enjoyable time in the Part of an integrated systems approach covering gross human
studio. For more information and to register see www.laromita. anatomy, histology and physiological function. This section
org or contact the instructor, Lynette.Watkins@enmu.edu or 575- covers the musculoskeletal system and control systems including
337-1610 for more information. This course is not financial aid the nervous system, the endocrine system and signal transduction.
eligible. CHEM 152U/152LU strongly recommended.
CRN 13079 Watkins, Lynette Italy CRN 12990/12991 Roselli, Irene Online
BUS 151 U 3 Cr
Introduction to Business
The basic nature of business in an essentially market-disciplined
economic system: the interdisciplinary nature of business and
broad administrative principles governing organized human
endeavor; Integrated study in the field of business; discusses the
whole business culture as a dynamic social system. Basic level to
serve students majoring in any area of the college.
CRN 12876 MW 1130-1245pm McCullough, John 103
BUS 201 U 3 Cr
The vital role of effective communication in business and
development of skill in business writing with emphasis on prepa-
ration of letters and reports; presenting information in a logically
organized and acceptable form. Examines theory of
communication, principles and techniques of effective business
writing and verbal and non-verbal participatory looks at the
Spring 2009 ENMU-Ruidoso Faculty & Student Trip to Italy interviewing process.
CRN 12877 LaCounte, Cheryl Online
Biology BUS 210 U 2 Cr
BIOL 110U/LU 4 Cr Employability Skills
Intro to Wildlife & Fisheries Sci/Lab This course is designed to help students and potential employees
Introduction to fundamental principles of animal populations, recognize and develop positive personal qualities in preparation
communities and ecosystems, as well as the conservation and for successful employment. Focusing on communication skills,
management of wild animals and their habitats. Scheduled field including interviewing and resume preparation, customer service
trips to local sites of interest in wildlife management. Emphasis skills, effective interpersonal skills, productivity, ethical
on field identification and record keeping. standards and career development in demand by employers.
CRN 12984 S CRN 12906 TR 100-330pm Moore, Dawnn 114
12985 0830-1250pm Cordova, Larry 118 Fall II (10/14-12/12/2009)
Lab Fees: $15.00
Transfers to all New Mexico Colleges and Universities
BUS 234 U 3 Cr FCS 239 U/LU 5 Cr
Launching a New Business Curriculum Development & Implement I/Lab
Learn the process and activities that must be performed before Development of appropriate experiences and learning
launching a new business venture. The course will guide the environments for young children through integrated content and
student through the process of analyzing potential customers, curriculm based on social, cognitive, physical and emotional
the forces of competition, financial projections and the impact of areas of development. Prerequisite FCS 221.
the economic climate. This course will lead the student through CRN 13159/13160 TBA-am Staff
the process of recognizing an opportunity, testing a business
concept and communicating the business opportunity to potential
investors and lenders. FCS 240 U/LU 5 Cr
CRN 12880 Byrnes II, Malcolm Online Curriculum Development & Implement II/Lab
Development of appropriate experiences and learning
BUS 241 U 3 Cr environments for young children through integrated content and
Business Mathematics curriculm based on social, cognitive, physical and emotional
Application of the principles of mathematics in solving business areas of development. Prerequisite FCS 221, 239/L.
problems, including: working with checking accounts, CRN 13163/13164 TBA-am Staff
percentages, invoicing and discounts, markup and markdown,
payroll, inventory, simple and compound interest, present and
future value, taxes and business statistics. Prerequisite: MATH FCS 265 U 3 Cr
100 or equivalent. Guiding Young Children
CRN 12881 TR 1130-1245pm McCullough, John 103 The teacher’s use of appropriate guidance to support the
development of self regulatory capacities in young children.
Indirect guidance in the classroom environment. Prerequisite
CHEM 121U/LU 4 Cr CRN 13166 TBA-am Staff
Survey of General Chemistry/Lab
A one-semester course in basic principles of general chemistry
and its application. Prerequisite: Math 107 or one credit of high Communication
school algebra with a grade of C or better within the last five COMM 101 U 3 Cr
years. Lab techniques to accompany CHEM 121. Three hours Interpersonal Communication
lab weekly. The development of communication skills necessary for effective
CR 12992/ TR 1000-1115am interaction with persons on an interpersonal level and in small
12993 R 100-250pm McCaw III, Jack 118 groups; theoretical dimensions of interpersonal communication;
Lab Fees: $10.00 provides opportunities for practical application.
CRN 12885 W 630-900pm Knight, Frederick 103
CRN 12886 Howard, John Online
FCS 107 U 2 CR COMM 102 U 3 Cr
Health, Safety and Nutrition Public Speaking
Training in the composition of informative and persuasive
Strategies of promoting physical and mental health, appropriate discourse with emphasis on the use of evidence, reasoning,
nutrition and safe environments of young children. delivery skills and audience analysis.
CRN 12962 T 700-845pm Kashmar, Mark 116 CRN 12887 T 100-330pm Knight, Frederick 103
FCS 220 U 2 Cr
Professionalism in Early Childhood Computer Technology
An examination of the code of ethics, advocacy practices and CAS 101 U 3 Cr Lab Fees: $5.00
current issues of the early childhood profession. Basic Computer Skills I
CRN 13154 MTWRF TBA-am Staff TBA Development or upgrading of the techniques of touch
keyboarding and introduction to Microsoft Word through the
FCS 221 U 3 Cr creation of basic business documents such as letters, interoffice
memorandums, tables and reports.
Child Growth, Development & Learning CRN 12882 TR 400-515pm Higdon, Debra 101
Physical, social emotional and cognitive growth and development
of the child from conception to age eight, includes observations
CRN 13080 W 700-930pm Kashmar, Mark 116
Transfers to all New Mexico Colleges and Universities
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Computer Technology CNST 222 U 3 Cr
Drafting for Constructors
CAS 263U/LU 4 Cr Lab Fees: $5.00 An introduction to the terminology and methods used to produce
Microsoft Word/Lab simple drawings needed by contractors.
Emphasis on today’s most widely-used business word processing CRN 13021 F 0950-1220pm Blank, Larry 111
software: Microsoft Word. Students will progress through basic
to intermediate levels of document creation and manipulation, CNST 242 U 3 Cr Lab Fees: $50.00
mail merge, graphics and a basic introduction to desktop Residential Building Cnst II
publishing. This lab is designed for students seeking A continuation of CNST 141 including more advanced wall
Microsoft Certification in Word by utilizing an assessment framing techniques and roofs.
manager software to prepare for the exam. It includes sample CRN 13023 F 130-400pm Blank, Larry 110
exams and tasks, records how students complete each task and Meets 8/19-12/12/2009
grades student results. CRN 13037 TR 330-600pm Blank, Larry 111
CRN 12883/ 12884 TR 200-345pm Higdon, Debra 101 Fall II (10/14-12/12/2009)
CS 123 U 3 Cr CNST 289 U 4 Cr
Programming Fundamentals Internship Training
Concepts and programming techniques fundamental to the This internship is required to complete the AAS in Construction
practice and theory of computer science: I/O, operators and Trades. Students working in a related field may receive one credit
expressions, control structures, functions and arrays. per 60 hours of approved job experience. Job approval is
CRN 13096 M 400-630pm Miller, Stephen 101 determined by instructor/departmental review and course credit
may require additional projects or assignments.
IS 151 U 3 Cr Lab Fees: $5.00 Prerequisites: Consent of instructor required.
Basic Computer Skills CRN 13024 Blank, Larry
Microcomputer operations; terminology, concepts and
applications including Microsoft Access, Excel, Internet CNST 293 3 Cr
Explorer, PowerPoint and Word. Students who do not have a Introduction to AutoCAD
working knowledge of the computer keyboard and mouse should This hands-on course is designed to teach the student how to
take CAS 101 before registering for this class. begin using AutoCAD to create house plans. AutoCAD is the
CRN 12888 T 600-830pm Staff 101 industry standard computer automated design software for
CRN 12889 W 0800-1030am Miller, Stephen 101 architecture, but course content can be applied to engineering as
IS 241 U 3 Cr CRN 13120 M 600-830pm Younger, Mark RHS
Intro to Web Development
Basic fundamentals of Internet related technologies and their
impact. Effective design of World Wide Web pages using current Criminal Justice
www publishing language. Prerequisites: CIS 151 or consent of CJ/SOC 102 U 3 Cr
instructor. Intro to Criminal Justice
CRN 12891 R 600-830pm Miller, Stephen 101 Analysis of law and society with emphasis on the police,
prosecution, the courts, corrections, and probation and parole.
CRN 13010 Riggs, Jennifer Online
Fall I (8/19-10/13/2009)
CNST 121 U 3 Cr
Blueprint Reading CJ 233 U 3 Cr
An introduction to the various architectural drawings and Juvenile Justice
symbols with emphasis on extracting information and A comprehensive overview of the contemporary juvenile justice
specifcations from drawings. Prerequisites: CNST 101 system. Analysis of the philosophical aspects as well as the
CRN 13149 MTWRF 230-330pm Staff 111 challenges and changes to the prevailing juvenile justice system.
The New Mexico Children’s Code is compared to policies and
CNST 141 U 3 Cr Lab Fees: $50.00 laws in other states.
Residential Building Construction CRN 13015 Riggs, Jennifer Online
An introduction to terminology and methods used to construct Fall II (10/14-12/12/2009)
residential footings, foundations, stem walls, floors and walls.
CRN 13036 TR 330-600pm Blank, Larry 111 CJ 289U 3 Cr
Fall I (8/19-10/9/2009)
Criminal Justice Internship
CNST 205 U 2 Cr Must have 180 clock hours of acceptable work experience.
First Aid w/CPR Prerequisites: Consent of instructor required.
A thorough overview of first aid skills and knowledge including CRN 13214 Riggs, Jennifer
CRN 13022 F 0800-0940am Staff 111
Transfers to all New Mexico Colleges and Universities
Culinary Arts Economics
HTCA 151 U 3 Cr ECON 221 U 3 Cr
Intro to Culinary Arts Principles of Macro Economics
An overview of a career in the culinary arts field. Introduction Interrelationships involving inflation, unemployment, gross
to the history of the industry, kitchen and cooking terminology, national product, taxes, government spending and the domestic
commercial kitchen equipment and atmosphere and basic food and world monetary systems.
handling and preparation. CRN 12893 Wills, Kimberly Online
CRN 13039 MTWR 0900-1130am Mauler, James
Meets 9/14-10/9/2009 114
EMS 101U/111U/LU 8 Cr Lab Fees: $30.00
HTCA 260 U 1 Cr CPR/EMT-Basic/EMT Basic-Practicum
Sanitation and Safety Covers the principles and techniques of basic cardiac life support,
The primary focus of this course is on foodservice sanitation and prudent living, risk factors and actions for survival. Students will
foodservice safety. The student will learn food handling practices also acquire skills in airway and breathing management using
to avoid food borne illness of guests and employees, proper adjuncts, use of an automatic defibrillator and initial management
reactions if an incident should occur and provide and cultivate of life threatening situations. Provides an introductory survey
a safe working environment for all employees and guests. of emergency medical services with emphasis on intermediate
Concurrent enrollment: HTCA 270. care, aid and transportation of the sick and injured. Local EMS
CRN 12907 MTWR 0900-1130am Williamson, Curtis facilities will be used for application and practice of skills
Meets 10/12-11/6/2009 114 learned and will provide field and hospital experience in EMS.
Upon completion, students are eligible for Basic Life Support
HTCA 262U/LU 4 Cr Lab Fees: $50.00 Certification by the American Heart Association. *This course
Culinary Arts-Food Preparation/Lab has required Precourse work which must be successfully
This course is designed to prepare the student for a career in completed. (May be repeated for credit) CRN
the hospitality and tourism food service management field. 13026/ SU 0900-100pm
It will involve discussions of various styles of cuisine and 13027/13028 Wolfe, Clinton 116
proper methods of food and equipment handling. Included is
an introduction to kitchen design, workflow, techniques and
applications of basic food production principles. EMS 293 U 2 Cr
CRN 12909/ MTWR Combo Refresher
12910 0900-1230am Mauler, James Reviews and updates the knowledge base and skills of the
Meets 11/9-12/11/2009 114 currently certified EMT-Basic and Intermediate.
CRN 13034 FSU Wolfe, Clinton TBA
HTCA 270 U 2 Cr
Beverage Mngmnt Alcoholic & Nonalcoholic
This course provides the fundamentals of identification,
production, purchasing and service of spirits, wine and beer ENG 100U/LU 4 Cr
products. Emphasis is on developing plans for marketing, menu Basic English Skills/Lab
developing and cost. Concurrent enrollment: HTCA 260. Developmental course designed to improve writing skills by
CRN 12908 MTWR 0900-1130am Mauler, James focusing on the fundamentals of sentence structure, correct usage,
Meets 10/12-11/6/2009 114 grammar and punctuation. This lab offers self-paced computer-
assisted instruction designed to reinforce the English and writing
HTCA 293 U 2 Cr skills developed in ENG 100. Credit not applicable toward
Sanitation I degree requirements.
The primary focus of this course is on food service sanitation. CRN 12911/ TR
The student will learn food handling practices to avoid food 12912 0830-1015am Sweet, Linda 101
CRN 13168 MTWRF 1030-1130am Staff TBA ENG 101U/LU 4 Cr
A transitional course between ENG 100 and ENG 102. Examines
the writing process from simple paragraphs to the essay by
exploring topics, creating topic sentences, organizing details and
DS 101 U 3 Cr revising. Students incorporate reading skills into the writing
American Sign Language I process and will summarize, critique, and evaluate essays as
Interactive approach to ASL by use of vocal and non-verbal a means for revising their own work. Includes a review of
instruction. Develops basic sign vocabulary. It is recommended grammar, usage, punctuation and sentence structure. Tutorial
that students take DS 110 before or concurrently with DS 101. session designed to reinforce the writing skills developed in ENG
CRN 12963 M 700-930pm Kashmar, Mark 116 101. Credit not applicable toward degree requirement.
CRN 12913/ MTWR 1045-1145am Dildine, Dana 101
12914 TR 1145-1245am Dildine, Dana 101
CRN 12915/ MW 200-345pm Sweet, Linda 101
12916 Sweet, Linda 101
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ENG 102 U 3 Cr FR 101 U 4 Cr
English Composition Beginning French
Sentence and paragraph grammar; literary models; writing Development of speaking, reading and writing skills and
narrative, persuasive and expository papers; enhanced critical introduction to linguistic structures in a cultural context.
thinking and writing skills. CRN 12972 MW 300-445pm Shinaberger, Heidi 116
CRN 12964 Braden, Holly Online
CRN 12965 MW 530-645pm Twite, Anne 116
CRN 12966 TR 0830-0945am Braden, Holly 116
GEOG/ANTH 233 U 3 Cr
ENG 104 U 3 Cr People and Cultures of the World
English Composition & Research The diverse societies that exist in various geographical areas of
A continuation of ENG 102; applies critical thinking, reading the world, with emphasis on understanding relationships between
and writing skills to research paper writing. In order to enhance cultural systems and natural environments.
students interdisciplinary research, special topics may be CRN 12994 Howard, John Online
CRN 12967 Twite, Anne Online GEOL 113U/LU 4 Cr
CRN 12968 TR 530-645pm Braden, Holly 116 The Geological Environment/Lab
CRN 12969 MW 0830-0945am Braden, Holly 116 Geological processes and hazards, resources and environmental
problems including pollution, global warming and waste disposal.
ENG 201AU 3 Cr Materials and processes of the solid earth. For non-majors only.
Types of Literature/Short Story CRN 12995/ T 530-815pm
An introduction to a literary genre. Subtitles vary by semesters. 12996 R 530-730pm Staff 120
A. Short Story; B. Novel; C. Drama; D. Poetry; E. Science CRN 12999/13000 Humphries, Christina Online
Fiction. If instructor consents, may be repeated for credit under
different subtitle. Designed primarily for non-majors. GEOL 151U/LU 4 Cr
CRN 13190 Twite, Anne Online Physical Geology/Lab
Fall II (10/14-12/12/2009) The study of earth materials and the important internal and
surface processes shaping the earth. A field trip is required.
ENG 211 U 3 Cr Materials and processes of the solid earth. Three hours
Introduction to Literature laboratory work per week.
Elements of the short story, the novel, poetry and drama; CRN 12997/12998 Holladay, Kellyne Online
Health & Physical Education
mythology, literary terms, basic techniques of each literary form;
practice in writing about literature.
CRN 12971 M 600-830pm Braden, Holly 105
CRN 13043 Twite, Anne Online Lab Fees: $79.00
HPE 103 U 1 Cr
ENG 293 U 3 Cr Racquetball
Motorcycle Literature CRN 12956 TR 0900-1000am Goetz, Thomas
Excerpts of works ranging from Robert Pirsig’s genre defining Fall II (10/14-12/12/2009) RAC
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance to Hunter S.
Thompson’s Hell’s Angel expose. HPE 125 U 1 Cr Lab Fees: $79.00
CRN 13175 W 530-800pm Farrington, Galen 111
Stretch and Tone
Finance CRN 12948 TR 400-500pm
Fall I (8/19-10/13/2009)
McIntosh, Cathleen RAC
FIN 201 U 3 Cr CRN 12957 TR 400-500pm McIntosh, Cathleen
Principles of Finance Fall II (10/14-12/12/2009) RAC
Provides an introduction to financial relationships in our
economic environment stressing concepts and techniques of
financial management. Also included are the time value of HPE 127 U 1 Cr Lab Fees: $79.00
money, basic instruments of financing, financial planning, Aqualogix
capitalization, marketing of securities, dividend policies, financial CRN 12949 MW 0830-0930am Lamphere, Loretta RAC
combinations, the international dimensions and social policy. Fall I (8/19-10/13/2009)
CRN 12894 McCullough, John Online CRN 12958 MW 0830-0930am Lamphere, Loretta
Fall II (10/14-12/12/2009) RAC
HPE 134 U 1 Cr
CRN 13042 S 0900-200pm Koenig, Robert TBA
Fall I (8/19-10/13/2009)
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HPE 224 U
1 Cr Lab Fees: $50.00
CRN 12953 T 400-600pm Misquez, Melissa CMGC HIST 101 U 3 Cr
Fall I (8/19-10/13/2009) Survey of Am History to 1877
Development of American principles and ideals from the
Colonial era through the early national period; issues in sectional
HPE 259 U 1 Cr Lab Fees: $50.00 divergence, the Civil War and Reconstruction.
Intro to Bowling CRN 12930 MW 100-215pm Orozco, Cynthia 105
CRN 12942 W 400-600pm Kannady, Jack BOWL
HIST 122 U 3 Cr
HPE 293 U 1 Cr Lab Fees: $79.00 Survey of West Civilization II
Body Pump The Protestant Reformation and the birth of the modern world;
CRN 12944 MWF 0730-0830am Goetz, Thomas RAC rise of Absolutism, reactions to the rise in war and revolution;
Fall I (8/19-10/13/2009) Western technology, social and intellectual history; and political
CRN 12945 MWF 0730-0830am Goetz, Thomas trends to the present.
Fall II (10/14-12/12/2009) RAC CRN 12931 MW 230-345pm Orozco, Cynthia 105
HPE 293 U 1 Cr HIST 203 U 3 Cr
Disc Golf New Mexico
CRN 12955 S 130-330pm Gile, Eric DSCG New Mexico’s Indian, Spanish, Mexican and American epochs;
Fall I (8/19-10/13/2009) internal development and problems in the State; New Mexico’s
place in the United States.
CRN 12932 Orozco, Cynthia Online
HPE 293 U 1 Cr Lab Fees: $79.00 CRN 12933 R 0900-1130am Orozco, Cynthia 105
Hospitality & Tourism
Intro to Interval Training
CRN 12952 MW 345-500pm Crewe, Sarah RAC
Fall I (8/19-10/13/2009)
HRTM 151 U 3 Cr
HPE 293 U 1 Cr Lab Fees: $79.00 Intro to Hospitality Management
An overview of the hospitality industry lodging, food and
beverage, tourism, events management, club and resort
CRN 12960 TR 1145-1240pm Crewe, Sarah
Fall II (10/14-12/12/2009) RAC
CRN 12897 MW 100-330pm Moore, Dawnn
HPE 293 U 1 Cr Lab Fees: $79.00 Fall II (10/14-12/12/2009) 114
Swim for Fitness
CRN 12961 W 330-510pm Russell, Connie HRTM 200 U 3 Cr
Fall II (10/14-12/12/2009) RAC
Management of Food & Beverage Operation
Introduction to concepts related to the preparation and
HPE 293 U 1 Cr Lab Fees: $79.00 presentation of food and beverage products. Topics covered
Yoga Stretch will include the components of a dining room operation and the
CRN 12954 TR 0730-0830am Russell, Connie RAC understanding of quality customer service; awareness of varieties
Fall I (8/19-10/13/2009) of alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages; purchasing, pricing and
cost controls; and marketing.
CRN 12904 MTWR 0900-1130am Moore, Dawnn
HPE 293 U 1 Cr Lab Fees: $79.00 Meets 8/19-9/11/2009 114
CRN 13102 TR 1000-1100am McIntosh, Cathleen RAC
Fall I (8/19-10/13/2009)
HRTM 208 U 3 Cr
CRN 13103 TR 1000-1100am McIntosh, Cathleen Managing Front Office & Housekeeping
Fall II (10/14-12/12/2009) RAC This course introduces the student to the management of the
critical front office and housekeeping departments. Topics include
customer service, revenue management techniques, planning,
HPE 293 U 1 Cr Lab Fees: $79.00 organizing and staffing. Techniques for increased coordination
Zumba between the two functions will also be stressed.
CRN 12946 MW 400-500pm Schiavone, Summer RAC CRN 12905 MW 100-330pm Moore, Dawnn
Fall I (8/19-10/13/2009) Fall I (8/19-10/13/2009) 114
CRN 12947 MW 400-500pm Staff
Fall II (10/14-12/12/2009) RAC
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Hospitality & Tourism HUM 293 U
HRTM 250 U 3 Cr As Announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of
Hotel/Resort Operating Management instructor and administrative approval.)
This course includes a more detailed presentation of hotel CRN 12937 TBA-am Byers, Jennifer
management in specific areas including front desk operations, TBA
housekeeping and sanitation, food and beverage and facility
CRN 12898 TR 100-330pm Moore, Dawnn MGT 201 U 3 Cr
Fall I (8/19-10/13/2009) 114 Principles of Management
Includes analysis of organization and systems for coordinating
HRTM 289 U 1-12 Cr use of resources. Historical perspectives as well as classic
management function analysis.
Hospitality Internship CRN 12896 McCullough, John Online
A practical experience required to complete the Hospitality &
Tourism degree. Students will work a minimum of nine (9) hours
per week under the joint supervision of the cooperating firm and Math
ENMU-Ruidoso. Consent of instructor required
MATH 100U/LU 4 Cr
CRN 12895 Moore, Dawnn Basic Mathematics Skills/Lab
Human Services Developmental course designed for students who need a
comprehensive review of arithmetic, including the study of
whole numbers, fractions, decimals, ratio and proportions, basic
HS 202 U 3 Cr percent, basic measurement, powers, signed numbers and simple
Intro to Alcohol & Drug Abuse equations. Credit not applicable toward degree requirements.
This course provides a broad overview of the field, including CRN 12917/ TR
issues of alcohol and other drugs in history and society; 12918 100-245pm Fleischmann, Ray 112
definitions and prevalence of alcohol and drug use, misuse and CRN 12919/ MW
addiction; major theoretical perspectives on the causes and
12920 700-845pm Staff 101
remedies of substance abuse; major landmarks in alcohol and
drug social policy; and the development and evolution of the
alcohol and drug abuse counseling field. MATH 101U/LU 4 Cr
CRN 13012 Gudgel, Delcia Online Basic Algebra/Lab
Fall I (8/19-10/13/2009) Brief review of fractions, decimals and percents. Operations
in algebra, first-degree equations and inequalities, rational
HS 203 U 3 Cr expressions, exponents, polynomials, factoring. Credit not
applicable toward degree requirements.
Biopsychosocial Alcohol & Drug CRN 12921/ TR
A comprehensive survey of the contributions of biology,
12922 1000-1145am Fleischmann, Ray 112
medicine, psychology, sociology, anthropology, and other
CRN 12923/ TR
disciplines to the understanding of substance use disorders
12924 530-715pm Hemphill, Bob 112
and addictive disease. Research is presented from genetics,
neurochemistry, learning theory, socialization, and cultural views
of addiction and recovery. MATH 107 U 3 Cr
CRN 13016 Gudgel, Delcia Intermediate Algebra
Fall II (10/14-12/12/2009) Online Linear equations, inequalities, systems of equations, polynomials
and factoring, quadratic equations, rational expressions, and
graphing. Prerequisite: Sufficient ACT score or fulfillment of
basic skills requirement.
HUM 221 U 3 Cr CRN 12977 W 530-800pm Billingsley, Diana 105
Intro to World Humanities CRN 12978 TR 345-500pm Hemphill, Bob 103
Classical world tradition; African, Asian, European and Native
American, including their philosophies, arts, literature and history
in selected representative works. MATH 119 U 3 Cr
CRN 12935 T 100-330pm Orozco, Cynthia 105 College Algebra
Equations and inequalities, functions and their graphs,
exponential and logarithmic functions, complex numbers, roots
HUM 289 U 3 Cr of polynomials, binomial theorem and sequences. Prerequisites:
Internship: Hubbard Museum Satisfactory ACT/SAT score or MATH 107 U with a grade of
Students working in a related field may receive one credit per 60 "C" or better.
hours of approved job experience. Job approval is determined CRN 12979 MW 1000-1115am Fleischmann, Ray 112
by instructor/departmental review and course credit may require CRN 12980 MW 530-645pm Fleischmann, Ray 112
additional projects or assignments. Prerequisites: Consent of
CRN 12936 Orozco, Cynthia
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MATH 261 U 3 Cr NATR 222 U 3 Cr Lab Fees:
Mathematical Concepts I $15.00 Intro to Forestry Projects
The fundamental operations and an intuitive development of Includes tree identification, tree marking for forest and watershed
whole numbers, integers and rational numbers; elementary improvement, compass/global positioning systems use,
number theory; introduction to problem solving strategies; introduction to basic surveying and property corner location.
introduction to functions and modeling. Prerequisites: one of the CRN 13002 M 0830-1115am McCaw III, Jack 118
following: (1) ACT score greater than or equal to 19 / SAT score
greater than or equal to 470 or (2) MATH 101U and MATH 107U
each with a grade of "C" or better. NATR 289 U 3-9 Cr
CRN 12981 MW 700-815pm Fleischmann, Ray 112 Internship
A minimum of 180 hours on the job experience is required to
complete the requirements of the AAS in Natural Resources
degree. One credit per 60 hours of approved job experience will
MDST/PBE 102 U 3 Cr be given. Job approval is determined by instructor/ departmental
Medical Terminology review and course credit may require additional projects or
The study of the pronunciation, spelling and definition of medical assignments. Prerequisites: Completion of core requirements and
terms; building medical terms from prefixes, suffixes, word roots consent of instructor.
and combining forms and use of appropriate abbreviations and CRN 13061 McCaw III, Jack
CRN 13029 LaCounte, Christopher Online
Music NA 111U/LU 5 Cr
Lab Fees: $60.00
MUS 113 U 3 Cr Includes fundamental of patient care, technical procedures and
Music Appreciation ethics. Prepares the student to perform in the hospital, nursing
For non-music majors. Attempts to answer the question home or home care setting. Practice, especially in the hospital
“What is music?” by acquainting students with knowledge and or nursing home setting, utilizing techniques learned in NA 111.
appreciation of music from several cultures and times. Includes Grading is on a pass-fail basis.
contact with music through discussion, guest artists and recorded CRN 13031/ S 0800-1200pm
music. No previous music training is required. 13032 1230-500pm Rossiter, Bonnie 112
CRN 12854 T 600-830pm Flores, Danny 114
MUS 119 U 1 Cr
Fundamentals of Guitar
Basic guitar skills, including both classical and folk styles. For
students with little or no previous training in guitar. (May be
repeated for credit)
CRN 12852 M 530-630pm Kashmar, Mark 111
MUS 126 U 2 Cr
Performance class with emphasis on music notation, breathing,
and three/four part singing. The class will also include large
group and sectional singing. (May be repeated for credit)
CRN 12853 M 645-830pm Flores, Danny RHS FA102
NATR 121 U 3 Cr
Introduction to Forestry Summer 2009 CNA Graduating Class
Introduction to the basic elements of forest ecology, natural
resource stewardshop and management and timber and
woodlands management practices. Field visits are required.
CRN 13170 TBA-am Staff TBA PHIL 202 U 3 Cr
Introduction to Logic
The nature and structure of logical thinking with concrete
NATR 201 U 3 Cr Lab Fees: $15.00 applications.
Mapping and Measurement CRN 12941 T 530-800pm Cole, Roger 105
An introduction to forest land measurements, including land
surveying, mapping, tree measurement and GIS/GPS use in
CRN 13001 W 0830-1115am McCaw III, Jack 118
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PBE/MDST 102 U 3 Cr RED 101U/LU 4 Cr
Medical Terminology College Reading Skills/Lab
The study of the pronunciation, spelling and definition of medical Presents guided practice to help students identify and assess
terms; building medical terms from prefixes, suffixes, word roots the different types of reading skills required in college courses.
and combining forms and use of appropriate abbreviations and Students will learn a variety of reading/study strategies to
symbols. apply to college-level textbooks, increase reading rate, improve
CRN 13030 LaCounte, Christopher Online comprehension skills and expand vocabulary. This course serves
Physics to reinforce the reading skills developed in RED 101. Credit not
applicable toward degree requirements.
CRN 12927/ MTWR 1145-1245pm
PHYS 113U/LU 4 Cr
13035 MW 1245-145pm Dildine, Dana 101
Survey of Physics/Lab
Important concepts in physics and their application to the
everyday world. A course designed for non-scientists with an
emphasis on conceptual understanding. A two-hour laboratory
REL 101 U 3 Cr
designed to give a hands-on exploration of the basic concepts of Old Testament Survey
physics introduced in the accompanying class. Survey of the history and religious traditions of ancient Israel;
CRN 13003/ M 530-815pm emphasis on the types of literature, cultural setting and political
13004 W 530-730pm Fraley, Joseph 120 and religious developments of the ancient world.
Political Science CRN 12939 MW 400-515pm Duncan, John 105
PSCI 202 U 3 Cr REL 105 U 3 Cr
Intro to State & Local Government Life of Christ
Relationship of state to the national government; functions and The life, teachings and work of Christ as set forth in the Synoptic
powers of state; and types of municipal governments and their Gospels.
growth and operation. CRN 12940 Duncan, John Online
CRN 13009 Nelson, Blaine Online
Psychology SOC 101 U 3 Cr
PSY 101 U 3 Cr Introductory Sociology
Intro to Psychology General overview of the field, including basic concepts,
Psychology as the science of behavior. Physiological bases perspectives and approaches.
of behavior, sensation, perception, learning, emotion and CRN 13008 R 100-330pm Hamilton, Dinah 103
CRN 13005 F 1000-1230pm Hamilton, Dinah 103 SOC/CJ 102 U 3 Cr
Hybrid 6 face-to-face meetings: Intro to Criminal Justice
8/21;9/11;10/2;10/23;11/13;12/4 Analysis of law and society with emphasis on the police,
CRN 13006 M 530-800pm Farah, Clara 103 prosecution, the courts, corrections, probation and parole.
CRN 13011 Riggs, Jennifer Online
PSY 201 U 3 Cr Fall I (8/19-10/13/2009)
Psychological, physiological and social development of SOC 215 U 3 Cr
childhood. Marriage and Family
CRN 13115 TR 530-645pm O’Leary, Michael 103 Social aspects of family living with emphasis on mate selection,
courtship, engagement, marriage and parenting in a changing
PSY 202 U 3 Cr society.
Adolescent Psychology CRN 13014 Riggs, Jennifer Online
Psychological, physiological and social development of Fall I (8/19-10/13/2009)
CRN 13013 Hamilton, Dinah Online Spanish
Fall I (8/19-10/13/2009)
CRN 13019 Hamilton, Dinah Fall II Online SPAN 101 U 4 Cr
Fall II (10/14-12/12/2009) Beginning Spanish
Development of speaking, reading and writing skills, and
PSY 293 U 3 Cr introduction to linguistic structures in a cultural context.
Social Psychology CRN 12973 MR 1000-1145am Bennett, Cynthia 116
As announced. (May be repeated for credit with consent of
instructor and administrative approval)
CRN 13007 TR 1000-1115am Hamilton, Dinah 103
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SPAN 201 U 3 Cr
Grammar review, conversation and reading at the intermediate
CRN 12974 TR 230-345pm Bennett, Cynthia 116
STAT 213 U 4 Cr
Beginning course in basic statistical methodology; measures
of central tendency, variability and association; probability and
sampling distribution; estimation of parameters and testing
CRN 12982 Luna, Kim Online
THTR 121 U 3 Cr
Techniques, principles of stage movements and basic problems
common to all actors.
CRN 12856 M 0900-1130am Adamian, Paul 117
THTR 268 U 3 Cr
Need to Brush Up On
As announced. (May be repeated for credit)
Your Computer Skills?
CRN 12857 T 615-845pm Spurr, Edward 111
UNIV 100 U 3 Cr
CRN 13038 MW 1200-115pm Price, Julia 112 Basic Computer Skills I
UNIV 101 U 3 Cr (keyboarding) pg.6
Aiding academic and social transition to the college, this required
interdisciplinary course focuses on study skills, critical thinking
and social issues for new students; exploration of campus Microsoft Word pg.6
resources; and community building.
CRN 12928 MW 1100-1215pm Lynch, Joe 105
CRN 12929 TR 400-515pm Lynch, Joe 112
CRN 13116 LaCounte, Cheryl Online Programming Fundamentals pg.6
WELD 110 U
Intro to Welding
4 Cr Lab Fees: $30.00 Basic Computer Skills pg.6
Provides an introduction and orientation to the welding industry
and the various cutting processes used. The course will provide
an in-depth study of welding hazards and discuss material data Introduction to Web Development
sheets along with common safety procedures. Weld joints and
weld positions will be studied. Students will learn the proper pg.6
names of the parts of a weld and be able to identify good welds
and point out defects in bad welds. Students will learn basic
metal identification and metallurgy.
CRN 13033 M 600-930pm Mader, David RHS IA103
WELD 289 U
1-3 Cr Enroll Today!
Practical applications in welding industry/work environment.
(May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours).
CRN 13174 Blank, Larry
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Early College Program
Qualified junior and senior high school students may enroll in the ENMU-Ruidoso Early College Program (ECP) earning
both college and high school credit. The following high schools participate in the ENMU-Ruidoso Early College Program:
Ruidoso, Hondo, Capitan, Tularosa, Carrizozo, Corona and Cloudcroft. Students must apply and be admitted to the
ECP prior to registration. For more information, contact your school counselor or speak with an ENMU-Ruidoso advisor.
Enrollment is restricted to qualified high school junior & seniors.
CNST 121 U 1 Cr HTCA 293 U 2 Cr
Blueprint Reading Sanitation I
CRN 13148 MTWRF 230-330pm Sutton, Henry RHS CRN 13167 MTWRF 1030-1130am Rigsby, Julie RHS
CRN 13176 MTWR 1115-15pm Staff Capitan
CRN 13180 MTWRF TBA-am Shafer, Rosemary Carrizozo
CNST 289 U 1-16 Cr MTWRF
CRN 13183 0800-0900am Rupp, Dawn Cloudcroft
CRN 13150 MTWRF TBA-am Sutton, Henry RHS
NATR 121 U 3 Cr
CNST 293 U 3 Cr Introduction to Forestry
Intro to AutoCAD CRN 13169 MTWRF 130-330pm Shriver, David RHS
CRN 13120 M 600-830pm Younger, Mark RHS V202 CRN 13177 MTWR 0800-0900am Proctor, Todd Capitan
CRN 13147 MTWRF 230-330pm Sutton, Henry RHS
WELD 110 U 4 Cr
FCS 107 U 2 Cr Introduction to Welding
Health, Safety and Nutrition CRN 13171 MTWRF 130-330pm Mader, David RHS
CRN 13151 MTWRF TBA-am Chase, Gretchen RHS CRN 13178 MTWR TBA-am Proctor, Todd Capitan
CRN 13181 MTWRF 1000-1100am Gaines, Michael Carrizozo
FCS 220 U 2 Cr
Professionalism in Early Child WELD 131 U 4 Cr
CRN 13153 MTWRF TBA-am Chase, Gretchen RHS Beginning Arc Welding I
CRN 13172 MTWRF TBA-am Mader, David RHS
FCS 221 U 3 Cr CRN 13179 MTWR TBA-am Proctor, Todd Capitan
CRN 13182 MTWRF TBA-am Gaines, Michael Carrizozo
Child Growth, Dev, & Learning
CRN 13155 MTWRF TBA-am Chase, Gretchen RHS
WELD 289 U 1-3 Cr
FCS 239 U/LU 5 Cr
CRN 13173 MTWRF Mader, David RHS
Curriculum Development & Implement I/Lab
CRN 13157/13158 TBA-am Chase, Gretchen RHS
For more Information call
FCS 240 U/LU 5 Cr 257-3007
Curriculum Development & Implement II/Lab
CRN 13161/13162 TBA-am Chase, Gretchen RHS
FCS 265 U 3 Cr
Guiding Young Children
CRN 13165 TBA-am Chase, Gretchen RHS
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Admissions & Registration: Course Drop/Add: Overloads:
ENMU-Ruidoso is an open admissions Course additions, deletions or changes Enrolling in more than 18 credit hours
college. Anyone with a high school require completion of a Change of for the fall or spring semester or 8
diploma or GED certificate may enroll in Registration Form available at the credits in the summer semester is
college credit classes. Qualified junior Student Advising Center, Room considered an “overload.” You must
and senior high school students may 201. Course Add/Drops may also be have written permission from an
be admitted through the Early College processed online through Aug. 25. advisor prior to registering for more
Program (page 15). Applications are Verbally notifying your instructor does than 18 credits. Additional fees apply.
available from our office at 709 not officially change your registration
Mechem Dr. or online at www. status. (Deadlines apply: See “Dates to
ruidoso.enmu.edu. Remember ” Fall 2009 Calendar.) Course Changes, Cancellations and
Advising: Course Withdrawal: ENMU-Ruidoso reserves the right
to make changes to the published
If you are a first-time degree- Deadline to Withdraw: Oct. 23 schedule or to cancel any classes which
seeking student, you must make an do not meet minimum enrollment
appointment with a student advisor Students unable to attend class or who requirements. Class enrollments will
before registering. Advisors will no longer wish to attend the College be closed when maximum class size
help you achieve your educational must OFFICIALLY withdraw by the has been reached.
objectives by explaining requirements; published deadlines (refund
answering questions about classes
and programs; reviewing your past,
amounts vary depending on ENMU-Ruidoso 2009-2010 Catalog:
withdrawal dates). Withdrawal forms
current and proposed coursework; are available at the Student Advising The ENMU-Ruidoso Catalog is available
guiding you in educational planning; Center, Room 201. Class withdrawals online, at the campus bookstore or at
and helping you with academic and cannot be processed via online the Student Advising Center. Degree
related problems. Advisors are available services. Verbally notifying your plans and course descriptions are
by appointment or on a drop-in basis. instructor does not officially change found in the ENMU-Ruidoso Catalog.
Appointments are the best way to your registration status.
obtain advisement. You may make an Special Services:
appointment by calling the Student
Advising Center at 257-3007 or toll free at Course Audits: If you are a student with health or physical
800-934-ENMU (3668). Advisors are also limitations and would like assistance with
available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Auditing a class means you pay for and the registration process, please contact the
attend classes, but do not receive a Student Advising Center, Room 201.
University Skills Placement Test: grade. Audited courses do not meet
degree requirements and are not
First-time students are required to eligible for financial aid or VA Inclement Weather:
take the University Skills Placement benefits. NC (Not for Credit option) Due to extreme weather conditions,
Test (USPT) before registering. This must be marked on the original classes may be cancelled. Listen to
free assessment provides a baseline registration document. Changes to local radio stations, Albuquerque
of academic abilities and is used registration cannot be made after the TV newscasts and recorded
in placing students in appropriate end of the drop/add period. announcements on the campus
courses. If there are other test scores (Deadlines Apply: See “Academic phone line, (257-2120) for up-to-date
(ACT or SAT) reported within the past Calendar” Fall 2009 Calendar.) information. You may also go to our
12 months, students may be exempt webpage: www.ruidoso.enmu.edu
from taking the USPT. Non-degree or call your instructor if in doubt as to
seeking students enrolling for six hours whether classes will meet.
or less are exempt from taking the
Degree Application Deadline:
Applications for fall graduation Student Advising Center:
must be submitted by October 9. 257-3007 or 800-934-ENMU
Appointments to review degree plans
are required prior to the deadline. Call Hours: M-F 7:30A-5:30P
257-3007 or 800-934-ENMU (3668) for
an appointment. Room: 201
You may register in person at the
NM Resident In-District Tuition:
Students residing within the ENMU-
Degree Application Deadline:
Applications for fall graduation
College campus, Monday - Thursday, Ruidoso college district (Ruidoso must be submitted by October 9.
7:30am to 5:30pm and Friday 8am- Municipal School District) pay $28.50 Appointments to review degree plans
5pm. After registering, go to the per credit hour. are required prior to the deadline. Call
Cashier’s office to make payment 257-3007 or 800-934-ENMU (3668) for
arrangements and pick up your an appointment.
schedule. Please check your class NM Resident Out-of -District Tuition:
schedule carefully. If your printed Students who do not live within the
schedule is not what you requested, ENMU-Ruidoso college district pay $35
return to the Student Advising Center, per credit hour.
Room 201, to make corrections.
Registration for classes is not complete Start Your
until payment is received. Non-Resident Tuition:
Students who are not residents of the Future Today!
State of New Mexico pay $35 per credit
Online registration is available for hour up to 6 credit hours per semester.
continuing students at www.ruidoso. Non-resident students enrolled in 7 or
enmu.edu. more hours pay $96 per credit hour.
1) Click “Web Registrations” Senior Tuition for New Mexico
2) Enter “User ID.” Type user ID, which
is your 9-digit ENMU ID number or A special $5 per credit hour tuition rate
your Social Security number. Your PIN is available, by request, for New Mexico
number is your six digit date of birth, residents age 65 or older. Enrollment
in the format of month, day and year. If is limited to space availability and
your birthday is January 5, 1981, your restricted to 6 credit hours or less per
PIN would be 010581. Click submit semester. Students are responsible for
payment of fees, books and other costs
3) Create a new PIN number and associated with their class. Seniors
security question and submit (only if enrolled for 7 or more hours pay
this is your first time to Log In) regular tuition rates.
4) Click on “Student & Financial Aid”
5) Click on “Registration” Institutional Fee
Dishonored Check Fee
6) Click on “Look for classes to Add” (if
you don’t already have the CRN#). If
you have the CRN#, go directly to Step
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7. Remember , classes with a P are in Cap & Gown $15
Portales; classes with a U are in Ruidoso. Replacement Diploma $25
7) Click on “Add/Drop Classes”
8) Select the “Term” and click submit
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• Pay at the Cashier’s office with cash,
Registration will be cancelled for Fall 2009
check, money order or credit card. students who have not paid their
account or set up a payment plan by Scholarships:
• Mail check or money order to: August 26.
Cashier, ENMU-Ruidoso, 709 Mechem
Dr., Ruidoso, NM 88345. Bridge the Lottery
Career Technical Student
• Place check or money order in the
slot in front of the Cashier’s office. Degree-seeking students are Classic Industries General Contractors,
encouraged to apply for financial Richard J. & Gloria I. Lara
• Call the Cashier at 257-3016 to pay aid by completing the ENMU-Ruidoso
by credit card. ENMU-Ruidoso accepts Scholarship Application and/or the Coca Cola
Discover, Master Card and Visa. Free Application for Federal Student College Choir
Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
• Pay online at www.enmu.edu. Appointments for assistance in Construction Trades
completing the FAFSA are available Deborah Hewitt
• Set up a payment plan. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10am- ENMU-Burdine
ENMU-Ruidoso offers an interest-free 1:30pm at the ENMU-Ruidoso Student
payment plan for students enrolled Advising Center, Room 201. Students GED
in at least six credit hours. It divides applying for financial aid who have High School
the account balance into four equal not yet been approved by the
payments due as follows: payment deadline must make other Homemaker Merit
payment arrangements. Kashmar GED
• First payment due August 26
• Second payment due September 26 Refunds: National Wild Turkey Federation
• Third payment due October 26
• Fourth payment due November 26 NM Lottery
Tuition and fee refunds will be
processed after the close of late Optimist Club
The paperwork is minimal. Reference
addresses and phone numbers are registration. Refund amounts vary and Otero Federal Credit Union
required. You may call the Cashier at are determined by the schedule below.
Out of State Transfer
257-3016 to process a payment plan
by mail. 16-Week Session Parent/Student
A payment plan is required if any of August 26 -- 100% Presidential
the following circumstances apply: September 2 -- 90% Ruidoso Board of Realtors
• You cannot pay your account in full September 9 -- 50% Ruidoso Regional Council for the Arts
and need to spread payments over September 16 --25% The Title Company
• Financial aid and/or scholarship Fall I Zia Natural Gas
awards will be paying, but the funds
will not be applied to the account August 26-- 100%
until August 26 September 2-- 50%
September 9-- 25% APPLY TODAY!
• An employer or other sponsor is
paying. (Written authorization is For more information on Scholarships,
required at the time of registration.) pickup a scholarship guide at the
Fall II Student Advising Center.
Pay Online October 21- 100%
You can now pay online, enroll in a
payment plan or create a financial October 28-- 50% Student Accounts:
aid refund profile at November 4-- 25%
www.ruidoso.enmu.edu. 257-3016 or 800-934-ENMU
Hours: M-F 8:00A-5:00P
Bookstore: Book Buy Back:
The ENMU-Ruidoso bookstore sells • Summer book buy back is
textbooks, clothing, gift items, school scheduled July 28-31.
and art supplies, snacks and beverages.
• Help keep textbook prices
down by keeping used books
Book Sales: on campus.
• Textbooks go on sale August 4. • Bring back your used
• During this time, textbooks textbooks for cash. We buy
may be charged to your books bought from other
financial aid or included in a sellers. No receipts are
payment plan set up through needed. Any CD’s or other
the Cashier’s office. materials included in the
purchase of the book are
• We ship textbooks to distance required for buyback.
education students; please
allow 3-4 days shipping time • Distance education students
for your order. Textbook orders may also sell back textbooks
may be placed at 575-257-3010 through our website, www.
or through email at ruidoso.enmu.edu. Shipping
firstname.lastname@example.org. is free!
• LAST DAY TO CHARGE BOOKS TO
FINANCIAL AID IS AUGUST 4.
Textbook Return Policy:
• Returns will not be accepted
without a receipt and
student ID number.
• New books must be returned
in new condition. Shrink-
wrapped books must be
• LAST DAY TO RETURN BOOKS
FOR A REFUND IS AUGUST 26.
For distance education students,
returns by mail must be postmarked
by August 26.
Information 257-2120 800-934-ENMU (3668)
Administration 257-3006 GED Testing 257-3012
Advising Center 257-3007 Library 257-3014
Bookstore 257-3010 NM Workforce Connection 630-8181
Business Office 257-3011 Student Accounts 257-3016
Community Education 257-3012 Small Business Develop. Cent. 257-2120
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English as ain Second Language
Being a non-English speaker our community
can be an overwhelming challenge. We offer free GED & ESL
ESL classes designed to help all levels of speakers,
beginner through advanced.
U.S. Citizenship is NOT required! CLASSES
Call 630-8181 or 800-854-4712 for class locations.
All Classes are free and
Inglés Como Segundo Idioma offered day or evening
Instrucción sencilla, clases y libros gratis, grupo pequeño, ambiente throughout Lincoln County!
agradable, maestras bilingües. Certificado al terminar. No es requerido
ser ciudadano. Cuidado de sus niños gratis en la clases de la noche. Call for class locations.
Laboratorio de Computadoras-Durante este horario el sálon estará abierto para el
uso de las computadoras. Hay programas de computación para el aprendizaje de For More Information:
inglés y usted podrá usar el Internet oescribir correos electrónicos.
martes y jueves 3-4:30pm ENMU-Ruidoso
Adult Basic Education
707 Mechem Drive
Ruidoso, NM 88345
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Do you dream of finishing your GED, or need to brush up on reading, writing or 800-854-4712
math? Come by and take a pretest that will let you know if you’re ready, or if you
need some extra study time before the big day. Classes and tutors are available for
all levels of learners! Let our instructors help you accomplish your goals today!
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Si quieres tener un certificado de secundaria de los Estados Unidos
necesitas esta clase. Estudiarás cinco materias con un maestro
bilingüe y tomarás unas pruebas para recibir un certificado que te
dará más oportunidades de estudiar o trabajar en los EEUU.
The Lincoln County Literacy Council offers trained tutors,
free of charge, for GED preparation, to improve your English
skills (ESL) or to improve your reading, writing and math.
Working together, success is measured one day at a time!
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Course Taste Test
Register for 2
get 1 class FREE!
Must be 55+
Wednesday - August 12, 2009
709 Mechem Dr. * Ruidoso, NM 88345