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For the most up-to-date information on additions, changes, ďŹ lled and canceled classes, go to www. ruidoso.enmu.edu. The website is updated frequently and is the best source for the current status of both credit and noncredit offerings.
ACCURACY STATEMENT ENMU-Ruidoso has made every reasonable effort to ensure that the Class Schedule is accurate. Courses and programs that are offered, along with other information in the schedule, are subject to change without notice. The College further reserves the right to add, amend or repeal any of its rules, regulations, policies and procedures, consistent with applicable laws and policy established by the ENMU Board of Regents.
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CREDIT SCHEDULE ACCOUNTING
ACCT 201 U 001 4 Cr CRN 11048 Introduction to Financial Accounting (NMCCNS ACCT 2113) MW 1 - 2:45 p.m., Rm 101 McCullough, John
BIOL 109 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 11594 Survey of Anatomy & Physiology for Allied Health Online LaCounte, Christopher
BIOL 113 U 1WW 3 Cr Biology for General Education (NMCCNS BIOL 1113) TBA Staff
D E L E C N CA D E L E C N CA
ART 101 U 001 3 Cr Beginning Drawing T 1:30 - 4 p.m., WMA 27 Hamilton, Maria
ART 131 U 1WW 3 Cr Art Appreciation (NMCCNS ART 1113) Online Pekelsma, Judy
ART 165 U 1WW 3 Cr Art History I (NMCCNS ANTH 2213) Online Bower, Jennifer
ART 221 U 001 3 Cr Painting I W 130 - 4 p.m., WMA 11 Hamilton, Maria
BIOL 154 U 001 3 Cr CRN 11597 General Biology: Subcellular through Organismic Biology (NMCCNS BIOL 1223) TR 10 - 11:15 a.m., Rm 120 McCaw III, Jack
ART 231 U 001 3 Cr CRN 11037 Ceramics I T 1 - 3:30 p.m., WMA 20/21 Bradley, Renne Lab Fee: $40
BIOL 154 LU 001 1 Cr CRN 11598 General Biology: Subcellular through Organismic Biology Laboratory (NMCCNS BIOL 1221) T 2:30 - 5 p.m., Rm 110 McCaw III, Jack Lab Fee: $20
ART 231 U 002 3 Cr CRN 12262 Ceramics I R 5 - 7:30 p.m., WMA 20/21 Miner, Alan Lab Fee: $40 ART 231 LU 001 1 Cr CRN 11038 Ceramics I Lab T 3:31 - 4:30 p.m., WMA 20/21 Bradley, Renne ART 231 LU 002 1 Cr CRN 12263 Ceramics I Lab R 7:31 - 8:30 p.m., WMA 20/21 Miner, Alan 4 | ENMU-Ruidoso 2016 Fall Class Schedule
BIOL 113 LU 1WW 1 Cr CRN 11120 Biology for General Education Laboratory (NMCCNS BIOL 1111) TBA Staff
BIOL 155 U 001 3 Cr CRN 11599 General Biology Organismic through Supraorganismic Biology (NMCCNS BIOL 1213) TBA Staff
D E L E C N A C
BIOL 155 LU 001 1 Cr CRN 11600 General Biology Organismic through Supraorganismic Biology Laboratory (NMCCNS BIOL 1211) TBA Staff
D E L E C N CA
BIOL 209 U 001 3 Cr Anatomy and Physiology I (NMCCNS BIOL 2413) T 5:30 - 8 p.m., Rm 110 McCaw III, Jack
COMM 101 U 1WW 3 Cr Interpersonal Communication (NMCCNS COMM 1213) Online Wills, Kimberly
BIOL 209 LU 001 1 Cr CRN 11122 Anatomy and Physiology I Laboratory (NMCCNS BIOL 2411) R 5:30 - 8 p.m., Rm 110 McCaw III, Jack
COMM 102 U 1EZ 3 Cr CRN 12442 Public Speaking R 6 - 8:40 p.m., Inn of the Mtn. Gods, TBA Lane, Martha
BIOL 215 U 001 4 Cr Pathophysiology SUNOnline Wills, Kimberly
CS 123 U 1WW 3 Cr Programming Fundamentals Online Crispin, Jennifer
CHEMISTRY CHEM 151 U 001 3 Cr General Chemistry I (NMCCNS CHEM 1213) MW 10 - 11:15 a.m., Rm 120 McCaw III, Jack
CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3 Cr
CS 123 LU 1WW 1 Cr CRN 11683 Programming Fundamentals Lab Online Crispin, Jennifer ECE 239 U 001 3 Cr CRN 12272 Curriculum Development through Play: Birth through Pre-K R 6:30 - 9 p.m., Rm 106 Donaldson, Nancy ECE 239 LU 001 2 Cr CRN 12273 Curriculum Development through Play: Birth through Pre-K Practicum TBA Donaldson, Nancy
ECONOMICS ECON 221 U 1WW 3 Cr Principles of Macroeconomics (NMCCNS ECON 2113) Online McCullough, John
COMMUNICATION COMM 101 U 001 3 Cr Interpersonal Communication (NMCCNS COMM 1213) TR 10 - 11:15 a.m., Rm 102 McCullough, John
EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION
CHEM 151 LU 001 1 Cr CRN 11124 General Chemistry I Laboratory (NMCCNS CHEM 1211) M 2:30 - 5 p.m., Rm 110 McCaw III, Jack Lab Fee: $15
CJ/SOC 102 U 1WW CRN 11201 Introduction to Criminal Justice (NMCCNS CRJI 1113) Online Riggs, Jennifer
EDUCATION EDF 110 U 1EZ 3 Cr CRN 12270 Communication for Educators M 6 - 8:40 p.m., Inn of the Mtn. Gods, TBA Cantu, James ENMU-Ruidoso 2016 Fall Class Schedule
CREDIT SCHEDULE EDF 222 U 1EZ 3 Cr CRN 12422 Structured Observations of Teaching T 6 - 8:40 p.m., Inn of the Mtn. Gods, TBA Kalama, AnneMarie EDF 222LU 1EZ 0 Cr CRN 12423 Structured Observations of Teaching Lab Mescalero H.S., TBA Kalama, AnneMarie
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN
D E L E C N CA
EMS 175 U 001 8 Cr CRN 12295 Advanced EMT (AEMT) MW 5 - 9 p.m., Rm 120 Kerr, Ryan Lab Fee: $328
ENGLISH ENG 097 U 001 3 Cr Preparatory Composition TR 5:30 - 8 p.m., Rm 108 1st 8 weeks Jossart, Kaelin
ENG 097 U 1EZ 3 Cr CRN 12441 Preparatory Composition W 6 - 8:40 p.m., Inn of the Mtn. Gods, TBA Laroche, Pierre ENG 102 U 001 3 Cr English Composition (NMCCNS ENGL 1113) MTWR 8 - 8:50 a.m., Rm 108 Laroche, Pierre
ENG 102 U 002 3 Cr English Composition (NMCCNS ENGL 1113) TR 5:30 - 8 p.m., Rm 108 2nd 8 weeks Jossart, Kaelin
ENG 102 U 1WW 3 Cr English Composition (NMCCNS ENGL 1113) Online Jossart, Kaelin
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ENG 102 U 2WW 3 Cr English Composition (NMCCNS ENGL 1113) Online 2nd 8 weeks Jossart, Kaelin
ENG 104 U 001 3 Cr CRN 11109 English Composition and Research (NMCCNS ENGL 1123) MTWR 9 - 9:50 a.m., Rm 108 Waldo, Daniel ENG 104 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 11110 English Composition and Research (NMCCNS ENGL 1123) Online Jossart, Kaelin ENG 104 U 003 3 Cr CRN 12473 English Composition and Research W 5:30 - 8 p.m., Rm 108 Saenz, Rachel ENG 211 U 1WW 3 Cr Introduction to Literature (NMCCNS ENGL 2213) Online Karabelski, Sarah
ENG 221 U 1WW 3 Cr British Literature Survey I Online Karabelski, Sarah
ENG 289 U 001 Internship TBA Jossart, Kaelin
ENVIRONMENT & POLLUTION CONTROL TECHNOLOGY ENPT 141 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 11761 Principles of Industrial Hygiene Online 1st 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn
ENPT 141 U 2WW 3 Cr CRN 11773 Principles of Industrial Hygiene Online 2nd 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn ENPT 144 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 11768 Environmental Sampling Analysis Online 1st 8 weeks Reese, Lyndel ENPT 144 U 2WW 3 Cr CRN 11780 Environmental Sampling Analysis Online 2nd 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn ENPT 149 U 1WW 3 Cr Environmental Regulations Online 1st 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn ENPT 149 U 2WW 3 Cr Environmental Regulations Online 2nd 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn
ENPT 200 U 2WW 3 Cr CRN 11778 Department of Transportation (DOT) Online 2nd 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn
FINANCE CRN 11053
HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION HPE 136 U 002 1 Cr Group Strength and Stretch TR 7:30 - 8:30 a.m., RAC Gym 1st 8 weeks Coakley, Sarah
HPE 139 U 001 1 Cr Group Stationary Cycling MW 5 - 6 p.m., RAC Gym 1st 8 weeks Staff
HPE 139 U 002 1 Cr Group Stationary Cycling MW 5 - 6 p.m., RAC Gym 2nd 8 weeks Staff
ENPT 200 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 11764 Department of Transportation (DOT) Online 1st 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn
FIN 287 U 1WW 3 Cr Personal Finance Online McCullough, John
HPE 136 U 005 1 Cr Group Strength and Stretch TR 7:30 - 8:30 a.m., RAC Gym 2nd 8 weeks Coakley, Sarah
HIST 101 U 001 3 Cr CRN 11152 Survey of American History to 1877 (NMCCNS HIST 1113) MW 2:30 - 3:45 p.m., Rm 102 Orozco, Cynthia HIST 121 U 001 3 Cr CRN 11067 Survey of Western Civilization to 1500 (NMCCNS HIST 1053) MW 1 - 2:15 p.m., Rm 102 Orozco, Cynthia HIST 203 U 1WW New Mexico Online Orozco, Cynthia
1st 8 weeks
HIST 293 U 001 3 Cr Topics: Fort Stanton History T 2:30 - 4:45 p.m., Rm 102 Orozco, Cynthia
HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM HRTM 151 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 12287 Intro to Hospitality Management Online Padilla, Erik ENMU-Ruidoso 2016 Fall Class Schedule
CREDIT SCHEDULE HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM CULINARY ARTS HTCA 151 U 001 3 Cr CRN 11581 Introduction to Culinary Arts MTWRF 10 a.m. - 1:20 p.m., Rm 109 2nd 4 weeks James, Thomas Lab Fee: $100 HTCA 260 U 001 1 Cr CRN 11060 Sanitation and Safety MTWRF 2 - 4:40 p.m., Rm 109 8/29 - 9/2/16 Williamson, Curtis Lab Fee: $50 HTCA 262 U 001 3 Cr Food Preparation I TBA 4th 4 weeks Staff
HTCA 262 LU 001 1 Cr CRN 11583 Food Preparation I Lab TBA 4th 4 weeks Staff Lab Fee: $100
HUMAN SERVICE HS 202 U 1WW 3 Cr Intro to Alcohol & Drug Abuse Online 1st 8 weeks Anderson, Christi
HS 203 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 12285 Biopsychosocial Foundation of Alcohol & Drug Abuse Online 2nd 8 weeks Anderson, Christi
HUMANITIES HUM 221 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 11069 Introductions to World Humanities Online 2nd 8 weeks Orozco, Cynthia
INFORMATION SYSTEMS IS 131 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 11089 Computer and Security Fundamentals Online Hutchins, Joel Lab Fee: $267 8 | ENMU-Ruidoso 2016 Fall Class Schedule
IS 136 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 11090 Guide to Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Online Miller, Stephen
D E L E C N CA
IS 151 U 1WW 3 Cr Basic Computer Skills Online Staff Lab Fee: $5
IS 151 U 001 3 Cr Basic Computer Skills W 5:30 - 8 p.m. Grider, Deborah Lab Fee: $5
IS 153 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 11093 Introductions (Foundations) of Information Systems Online Miller, Stephen IS 153LU 1WW 1 Cr CRN 11608 Introductions (Foundations) of information Systems Laboratory Online Miller, Stephen Lab Fee: $25 IS 160 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 11220 Overview of Operations and Utilities Online Miller, Stephen IS 253 U 1WW 3 Cr Firewalls and How They Work Online Hutchins, Joel
IS 257 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 11096 Computer and Network Defense and Counter Measures Online Hutchins, Joel IS 258 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 11097 Cyber Ethics, Professionalism, and Career Development Online Miller, Stephen
IS 281 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 11098 Spreadsheets and Data Analysis Online Crispin, Jennifer Lab Fee: $5
MATH 113 U 001 3 Cr Liberal Arts Math MTWR 9 - 9:50 a.m., Rm 106 Thapa Magar, Krishna
IS 285 U 1WW Ethical Hacking Online Miller, Stephen
MATH 119 U 001 3 Cr College Algebra (NMCCNS MATH 1113) MTWR 8 - 8:50 a.m., Rm 106 Thapa Magar, Krishna
MATH 261 U 001 3 Cr Mathematical Concepts I T 5:30 - 8 p.m., Rm 106 Donaldson, Nancy
IS 287 U 1WW 3 Cr Application Development Online Miller, Stephen
IS 298 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 12289 Programmatic Capstone/Cybersecurity Challenge Online Miller, Stephen Lab Fee: $70
MATHEMATICS MATH 097 U 001 3 Cr Basic Math MW 5:30 - 8 p.m., Rm 106 1st 8 weeks Thapa Magar, Krishna
MEDICAL ASSISTING MDST/PBE 102 U 1WW 3 Cr Medical Terminology Online LaCounte, Christopher
MANAGEMENT MGT 201 U 1WW 3 Cr Principles of Management Online McCullough, John
MATH 097 U 1EZ 3 Cr CRN 12420 Basic Math M 6 - 8:40 p.m., Inn of the Mtn. Gods, TBA Hemphill, John MATH 104 U 001 4 Cr Preparatory Algebra MW 5:30 - 8 p.m., Rm 106 2nd 8 weeks Thapa Magar, Krishna
MATH 104 U 003 4 Cr Preparatory Algebra W 5:30 - 9 p.m., Rm 102 Hemphill, John
MATH 104 U 1WW 4 Cr Preparatory Algebra Online 2nd 8 weeks Thapa Magar, Krishna
MUSIC MUS 113 U 1WW 3 Cr Music Appreciation Online Wilson, Ellen
NATURAL RESOURCES NATR 121 U 1WW 3 Cr Introduction to Forestry Online 2nd 8 weeks McCaw III, Jack
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH OSH 101 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 11760 Total Quality Management for Safety Online 1st 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn OSH 101 U 2WW 3 Cr CRN 11772 Total Quality Management for Safety ENMU-Ruidoso 2016 Fall Class Schedule
CREDIT SCHEDULE Online Jones, Marilyn
2nd 8 weeks
OSH 105 U 1WW 3 Cr Regulations-Construction Online 1st 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn
OSH 205 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 11763 Ergonomics/Human Factors in Safety Online 1st 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn
OSH 105 U 2WW 3 Cr Regulations-Construction Online 2nd 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn
OSH 205 U 2WW 3 Cr CRN 11775 Ergonomics/Human Factors in Safety Online 2nd 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn CRN 11765
OSH 109 U 1WW 3 Cr Physical Hazard Control Online 1st 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn
OSH 209 U 1WW 3 Cr Safety Program Management Online 1st 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn
OSH 109 U 2WW 3 Cr Physical Hazard Control Online 2nd 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn
OSH 209 U 2WW 3 Cr Safety Program Management Online 2nd 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn
OSH 113 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 11759 Accident Prevention/Investigation Online 1st 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn OSH 113 U 2WW 3 Cr CRN 11771 Accident Prevention/Investigation Online 2nd 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn
PBE/MDST 102 U 1WW 3 Cr Medical Terminology Online LaCounte, Christopher
D E L E C N CA D E L E C N A C
PHYS 151 U 001 3 Cr General Physics I* TBA Staff
OSH 121 U 1WW 3 Cr Fire Protection Systems Online 1st 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn
PHYS 151LU 001 1 Cr General Physics Lab I* TBA Staff
OSH 121 U 2WW 3 Cr Fire Protection Systems Online 2nd 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn
OSH 201 U 1WW 3 Cr Regulations-General Industry Online 1st 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn
OSH 201 U 2WW 3 Cr Regulations-General Industry Online 2nd 8 weeks Jones, Marilyn
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PSCI 102 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 11070 American National Government (NMCCNS POLS 1123) Online Long, Mary
PSYCHOLOGY PSY 101 U 001 3 Cr Introductory Psychology (NMCCNS PSYC 1113) MW 10 - 11:15 a.m., Rm 102 Hamilton, Dinah
PSY 202 U 1WW 3 Cr Adolescent Psychology Online Hamilton, Dinah
SOCIOLOGY SOC 101 U 001 3 Cr Introductory Sociology (NMCCNS SOCI 1113) TR 1 - 2:15 p.m., Rm 102 Hamilton, Dinah
SOC/CJ 102 U 1WW 3 Cr CRN 11202 Introduction to Criminal Justice Online Riggs, Jennifer SOC 212 U 1WW 3 Cr Contemporary Social Issues Online 2nd 8 weeks Hamilton, Dinah
SPANISH SPAN 101 U 1WW 4 Cr Beginning Spanish (NMCCNS SPAN 1114) Online Bennett, Cynthia
SPAN 102 U 1WW 4 Cr CRN 12279 Continuation of Beginning Spanish Online Bennett, Cynthia
STATISTICS STAT 213 U 1WW 4 Cr Statistical Methods I (NMCCNS MATH 2114) Online Donaldson, Nancy
UNIVERSITY STUDIES UNIV 101 U 001 3 Cr Freshman Seminar MW 10 - 11:15 a.m., Rm 101 Waldo, Daniel
UNIV 101 U 1WW 3 Cr Freshman Seminar Online LaCounte, Cheryl
UNIV 101 U 2WW 3 Cr Freshman Seminar Online 2nd 8 weeks LaCounte, Cheryl
UNIV 101 U 1EZ 3 Cr CRN 12421 Freshman Seminar T 6 - 8:40 p.m., Inn of the Mtn. Gods, TBA Omness, Coda UNIV 293 U 002 4 CR Topics: Math Basic Skills TBA 2nd 8 weeks Thapa Magar, Krishna
UNIV 293 U 001 4 CR Topics: English Basic Skills TBA 2nd 8 weeks Jossart, Kaelin
WILDLAND FIRE SCIENCE WILD 100 U 1WW 1 Cr CRN 12302 Introduction to Incident Command Systems (ICS) Online 10/10-10/15/16 Ashby, Tonia WILD 130 U 001 3 Cr CRN 12303 FireďŹ ghter Training MTWR 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., SBWFA Hybrid 11/14-12/9/16 Garcia, Juanita WILD 133 U 001 0.5 Cr CRN 12305 Look Up, Look Down, Look Around MTWR 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., SBWFA Hybrid 11/14-12/9/16 Garcia, Juanita WILD 134 U 001 1 Cr CRN 12304 Lookouts, Communications, Escape Routes, and Safety Zones (LCES) F 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., SBWFA Hybrid 11/14-12/9/16 Garcia, Juanita ENMU-Ruidoso 2016 Fall Class Schedule
CREDIT SCHEDULE WILD 180 U 001 0.5 Cr CRN 12306 Human Factors in the Wildland Fire Service MTWR 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., SBWFA Hybrid 11/14-12/9/16 Garcia, Juanita
WILD 219 U 001 2 Cr CRN 12309 Firing Operations S, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Rm 120 Hybrid 11/7-11/13/16 Garcia, Juanita
WILD 190 U 001 1 Cr CRN 12301 Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior MTWR 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., SBWFA Hybrid 11/14-12/9/16 Garcia, Juanita
WILD 286 U 001 1 Cr CRN 12307 Basic Land Navigation S, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., Rm 120 Hybrid 10/29 - 11/6/16 Garcia, Juanita
WILD 212 U 001 3 Cr CRN 12308 Wildland Fire Chain Saws SU, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Rm 120 Hybrid 10/17 - 10/31/16 Garcia, Juanita
WILD 290 U 001 3 Cr CRN 12310 Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior Online 11/14-12/4/16 Garcia, Juanita
DUAL CREDIT ART 101 COMM 101 HIST 101 HTCA 260 HTCA 260 HTCA 260 HTCA 260 HTCA 260 IS 151 MATH 120 PHYS 151 PHYS 151L SPAN 101 WELD 110 WELD 110 WELD 110 WELD 110 WELD 110 WELD 110 WELD 131 WELD 131 WELD 131 WELD 131 WELD 131 WELD 131
12394 12393 11151 11802 11803 11804 11805 11807 11667 12390 11665 12392 11664 11659 11662 11663 11673 11838 11854 11148 11153 11674 11839 12391 12395
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Beginning Drawing Interpersonal Communication Survey of American History to 1877 Sanitation and Safety Sanitation and Safety Sanitation and Safety Sanitation and Safety Sanitation and Safety Basic Computer Skills Plane Trigonometry General Physics General Physics Lab I* Beginning Spanish Introduction to Welding Introduction to Welding Introduction to Welding Introduction to Welding Introduction to Welding Introduction to Welding Beginning Arc Welding I Beginning Arc Welding I Beginning Arc Welding I Beginning Arc Welding I Beginning Arc Welding I Beginning Arc Welding I
MTWRF MTWRF MTWR MTWR MTWR MTWR MTWR MTWRF MTWRF MTWR MTWRF MTWRF MTWR MTWR MTWRF MTWR MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF MTWR MTWR MTWRF MTWRF MTWR MTWRF
Mescalero HS Mescalero HS Capitan HS Hondo HS Capitan HS Carrizozo HS Cloudcroft HS Ruidoso HS Ruidoso HS Capitan HS Ruidoso HS Ruidoso HS Ruidoso HS Capitan HS Cloudcroft HS Hondo HS Ruidoso HS Socorro HS Mescalero HS Capitan HS Hondo HS Ruidoso HS Socorro HS Cloudcroft HS Mescalero HS
Lane Lane Walston Staff Staff Wilson Watson Rigsby Hamilton Carlton Burns Burns Acosta Proctor Booky Devine Mader Gaines Bennett Proctor Devine Mader Gaines Booky Bennett
GENERAL INFORMATION ADMISSIONS ENMU-Ruidoso has an open admissions policy. Applications for admission may be submitted to ENMURuidoso. Applicants must be a high school graduate, hold an GED/HSE, or participate in the Early College Program. Students can apply for degree-seeking or non-degree seeking. Degree-seeking applicants must provide ofﬁcial transcripts from their high school and all college/universities to which they have been admitted to complete the admission process. Non-degree seeking students must provide an unofﬁcial transcript for high school, and/or any colleges to which they have been admitted. Previous students may re-apply for admissions. Application forms can be found online at www.ruidoso. enmu.edu, or in Student Services. For information on admission to the campus contact Student Services.
ADVISING Advisors are available to all prospective and current students. Advisors are trained to assist students in discovering their educational objectives, in degree planning, in exploring and applying for ﬁnancial aid opportunities, and more. Students are encouraged to make an appointment to visit with an advisor, but are also welcome on a drop-in basis. Don’t hesitate to speak with an advisor about applying for admissions, selecting a degree, applying for ﬁnancial aid, or just to ask questions. Contact Student Services at 575257-2120 or toll free at 800-934-ENMU (3668).
PLACEMENT TEST First-time students are required to take the University Skills Placement Test (USPT) before registering. This free assessment provides a baseline of academic abilities and is used in placing students in appropriate courses. If there are other test scores (ACT or SAT) reported within the past 12 months, students may be exempt from taking the USPT. Non-degree seeking students enrolling for six hours or less are exempt from taking the USPT. Please call 575-257-3012 to schedule your free placement test.
DROP/ADD AND WITHDRAWAL Drop/Add: Changing a class schedule requires adding or dropping one or more courses. Changes can be made in your MyENMU portal. Advisors can also assist with the process.
Withdrawal: When a student feels he/she cannot complete a course or the semester, the student may withdraw from the course or the semester by completing a Withdrawal Form (available in Student Services). Note: When considering withdrawing from a class or the semester, please talk with an advisor – there may be some consequences that you have not considered (i.e., Financial Aid). Deadlines for Drop/Add and Withdrawal 16-week Drop/Add Aug. 23 16-week Withdraw Nov. 4 1st 4-week Drop/Add Aug. 18 1st 4-week Withdraw Aug. 26 1st 8-week Drop Add Aug. 23 1st 8-week Withdraw Sept. 9 2nd 4-week Drop/Add Sept. 14 2nd 4-week Withdraw Sept. 23 2nd 8-week Drop/Add Oct. 17 2nd 8-week Withdraw Nov. 4 3rd 4-week Drop/Add Oct. 12 3rd 4-week Withdraw Oct. 21 4th 4-week Drop/Add Nov. 9 4th 4-week Withdrawal Nov. 18 Note: Verbally notifying your instructor that you are dropping or withdrawing from his/her course does not ofﬁcially change your registration status. For information contact Student Services.
COURSE AUDITING Auditing a class means you pay for and attend classes but do not receive a grade. Audited courses do not meet degree requirements and are not eligible for ﬁnancial aid or VA beneﬁts. NC (Not for Credit option) must be marked on the original registration document. Changes to registration cannot be made after the end of the drop/add period.
OVERLOADS Enrolling in more than 18 credit hours in the fall or spring semester or 10 credits in the summer semester is considered an “overload.” You must have written permission from the Vice President of Student Learning prior to registering for a course overload. Additional fees apply. ENMU-Ruidoso 2016 Fall Class Schedule
GENERAL INFORMATION COURSE CHANGES/CANCELLATIONS ENMU-Ruidoso reserves the right to make changes to the published schedule or to cancel any classes that do not meet minimum enrollment requirements. Class enrollments will be closed when maximum class size has been reached.
CATALOG The ENMU-Ruidoso Catalog is available online. Degree plans and course descriptions are found in the ENMU-Ruidoso Catalog.
SPECIAL SERVICES Students with disabilities can request accommodation and assistance in the admissions process and with registration by contacting Student Services in advance. Students with disabilities can contact Student Services to begin the process for accommodations. Students are encouraged to schedule an appointment with the Special Services liaison in Student Services to bring in documentation as soon as possible. The process of accommodations can take 1-3 weeks. Students are highly encouraged to begin the process of setting up accommodations before the semester begins. Accommodations are based on individual needs according to documentation. Referrals can be offered to individuals who have documentation that is older than three (3) years or do not have documentation. For assistance, please contact the Special Services liaison in Student Services.
CANCELLATIONS DUE TO WEATHER In extreme weather conditions, classes may be canceled. Listen to local radio stations, Albuquerque TV newscasts and recorded announcements on the campus phone line (575-257-2120) for up-to-date information. You may also go to our web page: www. ruidoso.enmu.edu or call your instructor.
REGISTRATION On Campus You may register in person at the College campus, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. After registering, go online or to the Cashier’s ofﬁce to make payment arrangements and pick up your schedule. 14 | ENMU-Ruidoso 2016 Fall Class Schedule
Please check your class schedule carefully. If your printed schedule is not what you requested, return to Student Services to make corrections. Registration for classes is not complete until payment is received. Online Online registration is available for students who are currently enrolled. 1) Go to ENMU-Ruidoso homepage at www.ruidoso.enmu.edu 2) Click on MyENMU-Ruidoso Portal 3) Enter username or click on Retrieve username and password 4) Enter password 5) Click on login 6) At the MyENMU-Ruidoso Portal page, click on the icon SSB - MyBanner under Launch Pad to access the MyENMU information page 7) Click on Student Registration menu 8) Click on Look Up Classes to add or drop classes Remember: Classes with a “P” are in Portales and classes with a “U” are in Ruidoso. Please contact Student Services at 257-2120 or 800934-3668 for assistance.
RESIDENCY For tuition purposes, a resident is deﬁned as a student who meets each of the requirements before the ﬁrst day of classes for that term.
Residency Requirements: In general, a ﬁnancially independent, adult person over 18 years of age must have resided in New Mexico for a period of 12 consecutive months immediately prior to the term for which the petition is being ﬁled. If a student is under 23 and not ﬁnancially independent, the residency is based on the parent/ guardian residency. Furthermore, “residency” in this context means legal “residence.” Legal residence requires intent to remain in a place indeﬁnitely, in the sense of making one’s permanent home here, as well as physical presence at the place. The distinction is that one may have any number of residences at one time, but never more than one legal residence.
In New Mexico, for most purposes, the age of majority is 18. Persons under the age of 18 are considered minors under the law. A minor’s residence is presumed to be the same as that of his/her parent or legal guardian. The residency decision for students under 18 is based upon the legal residence of the parent or legal guardian. In the event that a non-custodial parent is a legal resident of New Mexico, the minor student will be classiﬁed as a resident. If you have questions concerning your residency, contact Student Services.
MyENMU-RUIDOSO PORTAL ACCESS 1) Go to ENMU-Ruidoso homepage at www.ruidoso.enmu.edu 2) Click on MyENMU-Ruidoso Portal 3) Click on Retrieve username and password A student id number and date of birth is required for username and password. (For student ID number, please contact Student Services at 257-2120.)
TUITION Please visit www.ruidoso.enmu.edu for the most up-todate tuition rates.
SENIOR TUITION FOR NEW MEXICO RESIDENTS A special $5 per credit hour tuition rate is available for New Mexico residents age 65 or older. Enrollment is restricted to 6 credit hours or less per semester, however if a senior student enrolls in more than 6 hours at any time during the semester, all credit hours will be adjusted to the applicable tuition rate. Students are responsible for payment of fees, books and other costs associated with their class.
FEES Check www.ruidoso.enmu.edu for the most up to date institutional, course and graduation fees.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF REGISTRATION By enrolling in classes at ENMU-Ruidoso, a student makes a ﬁnancial commitment to pay the tuition and fee charges associated with that enrollment. The
enrollment action constitutes a ﬁnancial obligation between the student and ENMU-Ruidoso. The payment of tuition and fees is the obligation of the student. By processing a course registration either via the web or by submitting a course request form to an academic student registration area, a student acknowledges they have read and agree to the following terms and conditions. Registration constitutes a ﬁnancial agreement between you (“Student”) and ENMU-Ruidoso. Once a student formally registers for classes, he or she assumes the responsibility for understanding ENMU-Ruidoso’s ofﬁcial policies concerning schedule changes, satisfactory academic progress and the ﬁnancial policies of the College as described in the “ENMU-Ruidoso Catalog” for the term of enrollment. Installment payment arrangements must be made with the Cashier for any charges not paid in full within ﬁve (5) business days of the start of the term or registration cancellation will result. A payment plan fee of $10 is charged on all payment plans. The due date for setting up a payment plan is the Drop/Add Deadline.
PAYMENTS AND FINANCIAL AID Students withdrawing after the stated refund dates remain liable for full tuition and fee charges. ENMURuidoso accepts payment via student ﬁnancial aid and third party sponsorship, but the responsibility for payment remains with the student. It is the student’s responsibility to monitor his or her account balance and any funding sources. If ﬁnancial aid is not granted or if third party sponsors do not pay within a reasonable period, the student will be required to pay the full amount due.
PAYMENT OPTIONS •
Pay online at www.ruidoso.enmu.edu. Click on MyENMU-Ruidoso Portal and click on Pay Bill.
Pay at the Cashier’s ofﬁce with cash, check, money order or credit card.
Mail check or money order to: Cashier, ENMUENMU-Ruidoso 2016 Fall Class Schedule
GENERAL INFORMATION Ruidoso, 709 Mechem Dr., Ruidoso, NM 88345. •
Call the Cashier at 257-3016 to pay by credit card. ENMU-Ruidoso accepts Discover, Master Card, American Express and Visa.
Set up a payment plan for a $10 fee. ENMU-Ruidoso offers an interest-free payment plan for students. Books and supplies can be added to the tuition and then divided into four equal payments. The paperwork is minimal. Reference addresses and phone numbers are required. You may call the Cashier at 2573016 to process a payment plan by mail. A payment plan is required if any of the following circumstances apply: 1) You cannot pay your account in full and need to spread payments over the semester, or 2) Financial aid and/or scholarship awards will be paying, but the funds will not be applied to the account before Jan. 25. 3) An employer or other sponsor is paying. (Written authorization is needed by the Cashier at the time of registration.)
1st 4-Weeks 100% - Aug. 18 90% - NA 50% - Aug. 22 25% - NA 2nd 4-Weeks 100% - Sept. 14 90% - NA 50% - Sept. 18 25% - NA 3rd 4-Weeks 100% - Oct. 12 90% - NA 50% - Oct. 16 25% - NA 4th 4-Weeks 100% - Nov. 9 90% - NA 50% - Nov. 15 25% - NA
TEXTBOOKS TEXTBOOK SALES
REFUNDS Tuition and fee refunds will be processed after the close of late registration. 16 Week 100% 90% 50% 25%
- Aug. 23 - Aug. 30 - Sept. 6 - Sept. 13
1st 8-Weeks 100% - Aug. 23 90% - NA 50% - Aug. 30 25% - Sept. 6 2nd 8-Weeks 100% - Oct. 17 90% - NA 50% - Oct. 24 25% - Oct. 31 16 | ENMU-Ruidoso 2016 Fall Class Schedule
All textbooks, whether you are a local oncampus student or a distance education student, are available for purchase through the ENMU-Ruidoso’s online bookstore. Go to Ruidoso. enmu.edu and click on the Online Bookstore link or through the MyENMU-Ruidoso Portal to order books from the comfort of your home.
FINANCIAL AID AND TEXTBOOK PURCHASES
Financial Aid may be used for purchasing your books from the On-line Bookstore. Textbooks may be charged to your student account through the Drop/ Add Date. The charges will be added to your account and your ﬁnancial aid award will be applied against the cost. If Financial Aid has been disbursed before the charge for your books has posted to your student account, you will need to make payment to the college Cashier.
Questions about your On-line Bookstore order, buyback options or a need to return any books? Email to email@example.com or call 575-562-2715.
FINANCIAL AID Degree-seeking students are encouraged to apply for ﬁnancial aid by completing the ENMU-Ruidoso Scholarship Application and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Appointments for assistance in completing the FAFSA are available by contacting Student Services. Students applying for ﬁnancial aid who have not yet been approved by the payment deadline must make other payment arrangements. Be aware that processing ﬁnancial aid applications takes approximately 5 weeks – apply early. To maintain ﬁnancial aid, have all transcripts sent to: ENMU-Ruidoso 709 Mechem Drive Ruidoso, NM 88345 Any questions concerning ﬁnancial aid may be directed to Student Services, 575-257-2120.
SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarship Eligibility Requirements: Scholarship recipients must be accepted for admission AND enrolled at the Ruidoso campus at the time of the scholarship application. Please apply ONLY for scholarships for which eligibility applies. If awarded, the scholarship check will be sent directly to the Ruidoso campus and credited to the student’s account. The application must be completed and received by the ENMU-Ruidoso Foundation on the Ruidoso campus before the stated application deadline. Application due dates in all cases are ﬁnal. An interview may be required as part of the selection process. Applications will be evaluated and ﬁnal award decisions will be made by the Scholarship Committee or by the sponsoring donor or organization. Refer to the online Scholarship Guide for eligibility requirements. Back 2 U Daniel P. Austin Memorial Bennett Trust Fund
Wesley Brown Memorial Gene Burdine City Bank Classic Industries General Contractors Richard J. and Gloria I. Lara Community Choir Ilana Cornelius “Pay It Forward” Daniel D. Draughon Scholarship Drs. Steve and Martha Ellis ENMU-Ruidoso Fine Art Scholarship Deborah Hewitt, MD Hubbard Foundation Dr. Bernie and Phyllis Hulme Lori Hulmes and Michael Aitkens Scholarship Josie’s Framery Art Scholarship The Lincoln County Community Foundation Legacy Fund Jim and Nancy Miller Scholarship Linda Miller Art Scholarship NM Land and Title — Chili Currier Scholarship Bill Rakocy Art Scholarship Ruidoso Rotary Club Ruidoso White Mountain Clinic Zia Natural Gas Company
EMPLOYMENT SERVICES The New Mexico Workforce Connection-Lincoln County operates in agreement with ENMU-Ruidoso. The center provides a variety of education and employment services. Some of the services provided include: Job Postings Prescreening, Recruitment and Referral of Qualiﬁed Workers Job Search Assistance ENMU-Ruidoso 2016 Fall Class Schedule
GENERAL INFORMATION Resumé Writing Assistance Basic Computer Classes Interview Coaching Occupational Interest Proﬁling Typing and Other Skills Assessments and Certiﬁcations WorkKeys® Career Readiness Certiﬁcation Career Fairs Workplace Literacy Skills Classes Customized Training Classes On the Job Training Tax Credit/Federal Bonding Information Financial Aid Information Educational Funding Training for Eligible Participants Labor Market/Wage Information Industry Speciﬁc Information Area Economic Data Labor Law Compliance/EEO Information Referral Information to Other Community Resources Resource Room/Conference Room Video Conferencing Senior (50+) Career Service
HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PREPARATION CLASSES (GED) The Adult Basic Education program provides educational services to individuals 16 and over whose goals may range from basic literacy to obtaining an High School Equivalency diploma (GED/HiSet Exam). Classes are highly individualized and focus on student goals. New students ﬁrst attend a Student Orientation and then select a study option which includes: morning classes, independent study, or evening classes. Supplemental online study or tutoring is also available.
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE/ INGLÉS COMO SEGUNDO Being a non-English speaker in our community can present an overwhelming challenge. We offer free ESL classes designed to help all levels of speakers, 18 | ENMU-Ruidoso 2016 Fall Class Schedule
beginner through advanced. U.S. Citizenship is not required. Morning, afternoon or evening classes are available. El no poder comunicarse en inglés en nuestra comunidad puede ser un desafío desconcertante. Ofrecemos clases gratuitas de ESL, las cuales han sido designadas para ayudarlo en todos los niveles del idioma: Desde nivel principiante hasta avanzado. ¡Ciudadanía estadounidense no es requerida!
HSE EN ESPAÑOL Si quiere tener un certiﬁcado de secundaria de los Estados Unidos necesita esta clase. Estudiará cinco materias con un maestro bilingüe. Esto le dará más oportunidades para estudiar o trabajar en los EEUU. For more information call 575-258-1730 or 800-8544712 or come by the White Mountain Annex ofﬁces at 201 White Mountain Drive to see how the New Mexico Workforce Connection can help you.
COMMUNITY ED CLASSES ANIMALS Puppy Classes
Basic Socialization and manners for puppies 6 weeks to 4 months of age. No dogs on the ﬁrst day of class. Instructor: Alicia Garcia Dates: Saturdays, Aug. 13 to Sept. 17 or Oct. 1 to Nov. 5 Time: 9 - 10 a.m. Room: TBA Fee: $80
Basic obedience for your dog 4 months of age and older. Your dog will love the socialization and the chance to work. Instructor: Alicia Garcia Dates: Saturdays, Aug. 13 to Sept. 17 or Oct. 1 to Nov. 5 Time: 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. Room: TBA Fee: $80
Keep Your Animals Healthy and Happy with Essential Oils
Want to take care of your furry family without using toxic chemicals? Learn how to use pure essential oils too safely and effectively control ﬂeas and other pests, ease stress, address behavioral issues, support healthy joints, skin, digestion, and much more, to help keep your dogs, cats and horses happy and healthy. Make your own customized blends to take home for your four legged friends. Instructor: Janice Ladnier Date: Wednesday, Oct. 12 Time: 4 - 7 p.m. Room: 115 Fee: $40
ART & MUSIC Freestyle Painting
An opportunity to paint with others and home your skills in a supportive environment. Oils, acrylics, watercolors, pastels – whatever your choice. No instruction but lots of camaraderie. Other artist in the class are happy
to provide suggestions and critiques if asked. Flexible hours. Bring a lunch and come for the full ﬁve hours or just stay for a two or three, in the morning or afternoon Instructor: Bonnie Soley Dates: Tuesdays, Aug. 16 to Dec. 6 Time: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Room: TBA Fee: $65
Performance class with emphasis on music notation, breathing and three/four part singing. The class will also include large group and sectional singing. Class will conduct at least one public concert. $10 music fee. Instructor: Melba Valdez Dates: Mondays, Aug. 22 to Dec. 5 Time: 5:30 - 7 p.m. Room: TBA Fee: $99
Learn to create beautiful mosaics using a simple procedure and inexpensive materials. Students will recycle broken tile, glass beads, shells and other materials into a unique work of art. A demonstration and list of supplies will be given the ﬁrst night of class. Students will purchase their own supplies costing approximately $30. Instructor: Carol Alvarado Dates: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, Sept. 27, 29 and 30 Time: Tuesday, 1 - 3 p.m. (Demo Lecture) Thursday and Friday, 1 - 5 p.m. (workshop) Fee: Demo Lecture only $25 Demo Lecture and workshop $75 Room: 107
For beginners and advanced singers alike. This class will create an environment in which each singer can take his or her voice to their next level. As a Voice Faculty member at University of Texas at El Paso, Ellen’s focus was on bringing out each singer’s unique voice, through application of Bel Canto vocal principles. Each month’s class will complete with a ENMU-Ruidoso 2016 Fall Class Schedule
COMMUNITY ED CLASSES vocal recital. Whether you like to sing pop, musical theatre, opera or sacred music, Ellen will support your vocal development and expression. Instructor: Ellen Wilson Date and Fee: Thursdays, Sept. 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 - $105 Thursdays, Oct. 6, 13, 20 and 27 - $80 Thursdays, Nov. 3, 10 and 17 - $60 Time: 5:30 - 7 p.m. Room: TBA
Private Voice Lessons
Private voice lessons for children, teens, and adults. Students will buy a music book with CD so they can rehearse their songs at home. (Cost $16-$25) After registering, please contact instructor to select your lesson time. Instructor: Ellen Wilson Fee: $105 for 4 half-hour lessons once per week (recommended for ages 8 to 14) $210 for 4 one-hour lessons once per week (recommended for ages 14 to adult) Room: TBA
COMPUTERS Online Cyber Security Certiﬁcation Program
This program is designed to be completed in 9 months. While applicable in the job market, these classes are transferable for college credit. Prerequisite: One year computer and network-related experience of successful completion of a Computing and Networking Fundamentals course. Other qualiﬁcations may apply. Call for information. The program consists of 5 classes: • • • • •
Cyber Security Fundamentals Guide to Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Understanding Cyber Security Tools Cyber Security Defense and Counter Measures Ethics and Professionalism for Cyber Professionals
Instructor: Stephen Miller Online Time: Self-Paced Fee: $2,595 20 | ENMU-Ruidoso 2016 Fall Class Schedule
PERSONAL ENRICHMENT Being of Service: Civic Engagement
Creative Aging Advisory Committee to Lincoln County The Creative Aging Advisory Committee to Lincoln County invites you to participate in our mission of serving seniors in Lincoln County. Recognizing that many of the key factors that inﬂuence a livable community are determined locally, we strive to create an opportunity to bring together decision makers across the public, private, and volunteer sectors to work in partnership with seniors to create imaginative changes that will have an impact on the lives of all of us as we age in this frontier community. We meet monthly with informal subcommittee meetings in between. Our goal is to raise the awareness of resources available to our growing demographic of retirees and seniors. We welcome interested participants to join us and to lend us your knowledge. Please call Clara Farah, Ph.D. at 575-973-7835 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Instructor: Clara Farah, Ph.D. Dates: monthly Friday meetings, starting Aug. 26 Time: 9 - 11:30 a.m. Fee: Free Location: ENMU and various locations around all of Lincoln County. Carpooling available.
Do you have the information you need to make decisions about your ﬁnancial goals? At this Financial Workshop, you’ll learn key principles of saving and investing, and also learn speciﬁc strategies to help you reach your long-term ﬁnancial goals. Topics covered will include: “Rules of the Road,” “Ready or Not? Preparing for the Unexpected,” “Stocks: The Nuts and Bolts,” “Focus on Fixed Income,” “An Investor’s Tour of Mutual Funds,” “Retirement by Design” and “Tax-free Investing.” Instructor: Karen M. Rounds Dates: Tuesdays, Aug. 23 - Oct. 11 Time: 5:30 p.m. Room: 115 Fee: $20
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Alcohol Server
The New Mexico Liquor Control Act Mandates that every liquor license, lessee or server who manages, directs or controls the sale or service of alcohol for consumption on or off the license premises must satisfactorily complete an alcohol server program every three years. Our class provides all the state required training and cover all state laws and regulations concerning the sale and service of alcohol, liquor liability issues and driving under the inﬂuence of alcohol. Participants must be at least 19 years old and have valid photo ID.
emotional health and well-being. Explore how to use aromatherapy to uplift mood, ease stress, improve memory, address behavioral issues, grief, trauma and more! Open to everyone – invite your friends and colleagues! Earn six Continuing Education Units from the New Mexico Counseling and Therapy Practice Board. CEUs available for counselors, social workers, massage therapists, physical therapists and nurses (other licensed professionals can check with you licensing boards to verify eligibility for CEUs).
Instructor: Lalene Grogg Dates: Tuesdays, Sept. 13, Oct. 11 or Nov. 8 Time: 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Fee: $40 Room: 115
Instructor: Janice Ladnier Dates: Friday, Oct. 14 Time: 9 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. and 1:30 - 4:45 p.m. Room: TBA Fee: $70 for 6 continuing education units $35 if no CEUs
Self-Care for Caring Professionals
Just Get Over It!
Caring professionals who are deeply devoted to their clients often put their own needs last, and can become fatigued and burned out. Join us and learn to extend the same level of care and compassion to yourself that you provide to others. We’ll explore a variety of techniques, including breathing exercises, guided imagery and aromatherapy. Earn Three Continuing Education Units from the New Mexico Counseling and Therapy practice Board. CEUs available for counselors, social workers, massage therapists, physical therapists and nurses (other Licensed professionals can check with your licensing boards to verify eligibility for CEUs). Instructor: Janice Ladnier Dates: Thursday, Oct. 13 Time: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Room: 115 Fee: $45
Efﬁcacy of Aromatherapy for Mood Management and Emotional Health
Experience dozens of essential oils and blends and discover natural approaches to mood management and emotional health. Learn how essential oils affect brain chemistry (and our emotions) and review scientiﬁc research on using essential oils to support
Join us for an in-depth exploration of disenfranchised grief, where the relationship, loss, griever, or method of grieving is not socially accepted or supported. Some examples include: • • • • •
Pet loss Loss by suicide, crime or AIDS Psychosocial loss (due to dementia or mental illness) Loss by caregiver Losses by children and persons with disabilities loss of same-sex partner, ex-spouse or lover • Loss of health and mobility • Loss due to miscarriage or abortion Bring stories from your own life and share your experience and the insight you have gained in your healing process. Earn Three Continuing Education Units from the New Mexico Counseling and Therapy practice Board. CEUs available for counselors, social workers, massage therapists, physical therapists and nurses (other licensed professionals can check with your licensing boards to verify eligibility for CEUs). Instructor: Janice Ladnier Date: Thursday, Oct. 13 Time: 1:30 - 4:30 p.m. Room: TBA Fee: $45 ENMU-Ruidoso 2016 Fall Class Schedule
COMMUNITY ED CLASSES CPR Certiﬁcation
American Heart Association Basic Life Support. Preparatory books are available on loan prior to the class. Instructor: Ryan Kerr Date: Friday, Sept. 23 Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Fee: $56 Room: 120
This two-day course will prepare you to write and submit a grant application in order to secure funding for your non-proﬁt organization. Many grant opportunities exist if you know where to look, how to apply, how to design and write a successful proposal. Foundation and corporate giving will be discussed as well as development of important foundation relationships. Managing the grant once you’ve earned it will also be discussed. Grant sources, how to search, will all be covered in this two-session course. Become one of the ten top grant writers in Lincoln County by registering for this potentially proﬁtable course! Come to class with a grant proposal idea! Instructor: Jim Miller, Grant Writer - Placer Mountain Services LLC. Dates: Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 21 and 22 Time: 5 - 8 p.m. Cost: $75 Room 107
Online Cyber Security Certiﬁcation Program
This program is designed to be completed in 9 months. While applicable in the job market, these classes are transferable for college credit. Prerequisite: One year computer and network related experience of successful completion of a Computing and Networking Fundamentals course. Other qualiﬁcations may apply. Call for information. The program consists of 5 classes: • Cyber Security Fundamentals • Guide to Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery • Understanding Cyber Security Tools 22 | ENMU-Ruidoso 2016 Fall Class Schedule
• Cyber Security Defense and Counter Measures • Ethics and Professionalism for Cyber Professionals Instructor: Stephen Miller Online Time: Self-Paced Fee: $2,595
Starting Your Business Workshop
Do you have a business idea? Would you like to explore the feasibility of turning your idea into proﬁtable business? If so, this free workshop is for you! Designed to give you the tools you need to start a business legally and proﬁtably, you will explore how an idea comes to fruition, why some businesses succeed and some fail, and how planning helps lead to business success. This workshop will help you examine your business ownership potential, area facts and ﬁgures, and pre-business decisions as well as basic marketing and ﬁnancial planning. You will also learn about the assistance and resources available to you at the local Small Business Development Center. Instructor: Trish Livingston and Kathleen Hodgkinson Dates: Wednesdays, Aug. 17, Sept. 21, Oct. 19 or Nov. 16 Time: 1 - 4 p.m. Fee: Free Room: 115
Google Places and Facebook for Business Workshop
The ﬁrst part of this workshop will teach you how to “claim your business listing” on Google Places so that your business will show up on Google searches and maps. The second part of the workshop will focus on Facebook. Learn how to create a business fan page and how to use Facebook as a marketing tool to increase business and sales. Attend one of both sessions. This is a free workshop offered to the public. Instructor: Trish Livingston and Kathleen Hodgkinson Date: Wednesday, Dec. 7 Time: 1 - 4 p.m. Fee: Free Room: 101
Notary Public Training
Did you know that Notary Publics in New Mexico have to purchase and be covered by an insurance bond? Many notaries or people interested in becoming a notary are unaware of the regulations covering this little-known service. This course will cover the purpose of a Notary Public, obtaining a bond, type of documents, range of services, and keeping a Notary log (purchase Notary Log Book – optional). Instructor: Clydene Baca Date: Tuesday, Oct. 25 Time: 6 - 8 p.m. Room: 115 Fee: $40
SCIENCE Forest Health Series – WUI
Learn about your community and living in a Wildland Urban Interface. A collaborative outreach between USFS, Lincoln National Forest, NM State Forestry, Village of Ruidoso Forestry, Lincoln county, SCMRC & D, Mescalero/BIA, Little Bear Forest Reform Coalition, ENMU-Ruidoso Community Education and private citizens. Speakers: Various Day: Tuesdays Date: Sept. 6, Oct. 4 or Nov. 8 Time: 5:30 - 7 p.m. Fee: Free Room: 102
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