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LOG INTO MY NMHU Directory Libraries Apply Now Our Faculty Academic Calendar Campus Map Class Schedule HU Vision 2020 Campus Police Statewide Centers Center For Teaching Excellence Administration Open Records Online Documents Jobs at HU Contact Us Student Handbook (PDF) About Highlands University President’s Letter Campus Directory Academic Calendar First Day of Class/College Life Chartered Student Clubs and Organizations NMHU Departments Business Office Information Financial Aid Information Student Extreme Hardship Fund Fitness Facility Campus Computers and E-mail Information Campus Housing Information Suicide Prevention and Response Highlands University Policies Academic Amnesty Class Attendance Inclement Weather Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Policies Administrative Policy for the Campus Post Office Assistance Animals Policy and Agreement Missing Student Policy NMHU’s Policy Statement Regarding the Prevention of and Response to Sex Offenses, Domestic Violence and Stalking NMHU’s Policy Statement on the Prevention of and Response to Students of Concern Student Academic Integrity Policy Policy on Emergency Contact Sexual Harassment Policy Student Code of Conduct Equal Educational Opportunity Policy Statement Policies for Reporting and Resolving Complaints of Discrimination and Harassment Resolution to Student Concerns Worker’s Compensation Procedures Student Grievance Procedure Student Educational Records NMHU Policy on No-Trespass Orders Roots and branches. All of these branches – these dreams – are possible. And, an important path to your dreams runs through the middle of the campus of New Mexico Highlands University, Northern New Mexico’s oldest and most distinguished institution of higher education.
Our roots stem from what our parents and family members taught us, our traditions, and our cultural heritage. As the president of this wonderful institution, it is a special privilege for me to be an even small part of your dreams, and I thank you for that opportunity. Our goal at Highlands is to assist you in every way we can to build upon your roots and make your dreams come true.
Jay Lee, Interim Department Chair, Exercise and Sport Sciences PE 233 Wilson Complex (505) 426-2198 249 Douglas Hall, (505) 454-3013 Dr.
Eric Romero, Interim Department Chair, Languages and Culture 235 Douglas Hall, (505) 454-3009 Dr.
Emily Williams, Department Chair, Special Education and Interim Department Chair, Teacher Education 124 Teacher Education Center, (505) 454-3535 Dr.
Geri Glover, Department Chair, Counseling & Guidance 128 Teacher Education Center, (505) 454-3396 Dr.
Students may contact one or more of these individuals for information specific to academic programs. Roxanne Gonzales, Vice President for Academic Affairs 108 Rodgers Administration Building, (505) 426-2250 Dr.
Carol Linder, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs 108 Rodgers Administration Building, (505) 426-2250; 505-454-3267 Office of Graduate Studies Dr.
This division includes a vice president, associate vice president, academic deans, department heads, and faculty.
College courses nearly always require more reading, more homework and more of your time than your high school courses did. Don’t study something because your mother, father or friend thinks you should. Here are some hints on asking for help: Learning is lifelong.
It doesn’t mean you’re an alien from outer space if you: But if you’re having trouble clarifying your goals, see an adviser in Academic Support. Highlands University offers a lot of support services that are yours, free, just for the asking. Look to professors, advisers and college staff for support, but not for decisions. You’re never too old, too young, too nervous, or too inexperienced for college.
Warren Lail, Interim Dean of Graduate Studies 219 Rodgers Administration Building/& 238, 239S & 239 N Douglas Hall, (505) 454-3266 School of Business, Media Arts and Technology Dr.
William Taylor, Dean 235 Sininger Hall, (505) 454-3224 Mary Romero, Interim Department Chair, Business Administration 240 Sininger Hall, (505) 454-3580 Miriam Langer, Department Chair, Media Arts & Technology Trolley Building 136, (505) 454-3184 Facundo Valdez School of Social Work Cristina Durán, Dean and Dir of BSW Program 5041 Indian School Rd, Ste.
100, Albuquerque, NM (505) 261-6183 College Arts and Sciences Dr. Lail, Interim Dean 136 Douglas Hall, (505) 454-3080 Dr.