ENMU announces tuition increase for 2005-06

By Tony Parra: PNT Staff Writer Eastern New Mexico University President Steven Gamble met with members of the Board of Regents in Ruidoso, which resulted in an increase in tuition and board expenses along with pay increases for ENMU staff. The transition from instructional center to campus status was approved by the 2005 New Mexico […]

ENMU receives outlay share

By Tony Parra New athletic facilities and building infrastructure were the key items in the 2005 New Mexico Legislative session for Eastern New Mexico University. So far, $1.46 million has been reserved for the university, ranging from improvements to the building infrastructure to athletics facilities. ENMU president Steven Gamble said that $450,000 for athletic facilities […]

Enrollment up, retention down at ENMU

By Tony Parra A busy schedule during the New Mexico Legislative Session and varying news on the spring enrollment numbers were the topics of concern for Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents members on Friday. The regents met with Eastern New Mexico president Steven Gamble and other ENMU representatives to discuss the status of […]

Fraternity founder tabbed as new student regent

By Kevin Wilson Whether he’s lining up for a sprint or getting ready to work on Eastern New Mexico University’s budget matters, Diego Espinoza knows the importance of being prepared. That’s why the senior from Moriarty was recommended for — and eventually nomiated as — ENMU’s new student regent. Espinoza is the founder of ENMU’s […]

Ponce chosen as new regent

By Tony Parra New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson appointed Pauline Ponce of Roswell to the Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents, according to a press release on Wednesday. Ponce will be replacing outgoing regent Blaine Hess of Roswell. Ponce said she received a call from Richardson on Tuesday about the appointment. Ponce said she […]

ENMU enrollment holds mix of good, bad news

By Tony Parra Eastern New Mexico University president Steven Gamble went into more detail over enrollment numbers for the regents during the Board of Regents’ meeting on Friday morning and gave the regents a mix of good and bad news. First, Gamble spoke about the good news. The good news is that the fall enrollment […]

ENMU enrollment on the rise

By Tony Parra Eastern New Mexico University continues the trend of rise in enrollment with 3,959 students for the fall semester, the biggest enrollment number since 1993 when there were 3,973 students and the second highest number in the last 20 years, according to an ENMU press release. ENMU’s enrollment had dipped from 3,973 students […]

Gamble claims solution to 135-mile rule problem

By Tony Parra Eastern New Mexico University President Steven Gamble said there is a solution for a problem with the 135-mile rule which will help ENMU’s enrollment totals and to better benefit from the program. Gamble disclosed the information at the Board of Regents’ meeting on Wednesday afternoon in the Sandia room in the Campus […]

Ryan laid foundation for success

By Jim Lee A couple of weeks ago I attended a double event at Eastern New Mexico University. It was important enough to attract people wearing suits that probably cost more than our car. Thinking it wouldn’t be all that formal, I showed up in jeans and a T-shirt. After all, it was a Saturday. […]

ENMU enrollment rises 8 percent for summer session

By Tony Parra Eastern New Mexico University’s enrollment for the last two years has been bucking a downward trend and the same held true for the summer session. University President Steven Gamble said enrollment for the summer session this year is at 1,240, up 8 percent from last year’s total of 1,143, an increase of […]

ENMU regents announce tuition hike

Tony Parra@link.freedom.com Eastern New Mexico University officials announced a 6 percent tuition increase during the Board of Regents meeting Wednesday in Ruidoso. ENMU president Steven Gamble said an increase of 6 percent to the tuition rate was approved by the Board of Regents members. Gamble said the rate is low compared to other universities, such […]

Eastern middle of the pack among crime, drug stats

David Arkin Eastern New Mexico University ranks in the middle of the pack among the state’s four-year colleges and universities for major crimes, liquor and drug law violations. Universities and colleges submit reported crimes to the U.S. Department of Education under a campus security and crime law. The Albuquerque Journal compiled the data from 2001-2002 […]

Athletics benefit college

Kevin Wilson High school soccer was a way of life for Anna Funck less than two years ago. She knew that college soccer could be the same. “It had always been an option since I started high school,” said Funck, a freshman who scored three goals in the inaugural season for Eastern New Mexico University. […]

Budget proposal seeks tuition hike

David Arkin Eastern New Mexico University would have a few things to look forward to and a list of items that aren’t so favorable if a senate committee’s budget proposal holds up. The Senate Finance Committee’s budget, which was approved on Tuesday and now is headed for the Senate, requires universities to increase tuition by […]

Proposal won’t hurt Lottery Scholarship

David Arkin The Lottery Scholarship may be saved after all.  The Commission on Higher Education on Wednesday approved taking some of the excess balance from the lottery fund to commit it to need-based financial aid for students.  Eastern New Mexico University President Steve Gamble said the commission agreed during a meeting Wednesday to supply $2 […]

Legislature focuses on education

David Arkin New Mexico has always had a particular love for education. A peek into the doors of the Legislature in Santa Fe this session would indicate to one just how energized the education arena has become. Around every corner there seem to be more and more bills addressing a variety of education issues, everything […]

What’s best for the students is all that counts

Mike Linn Good ole Texas is whipping us at its own game. And for once, we’re not talking about football and red meat. This is about higher education. Texas offers special deals for its border-state neighbors who want to attend Texas universities. It’s called in-state and reduced tuition. While colleges like New Mexico State University […]

ENMU supports funding formula

David Arkin While the Christmas season has already passed, the legislative season is just getting under way and officials everywhere, including at Eastern New Mexico University, have filled out their wish lists. Those officials’ version of Santa Claus — Gov. Bill Richardson and his many elves — have sifted through numerous requests for buildings, services […]

Tuition for Texans could be rising at ENMU

Mike Linn The Legislative Finance Committee is proposing a cap on funding for Texans and other out-of-state students who pay in-state tuition at New Mexico universities. If the proposed legislation passes, Eastern New Mexico University officials may have to tweak the current program allowing Texans who live within 135 miles of Eastern’s campus to pay […]

City seeks state funds

Mike Linn Community leaders are seeking financial assistance from the State Legislature for a variety of projects including implementation of a 1 1/2-mile access road to the cheese plant and a proposed $7 million new science center at Eastern New Mexico University. County, city, ENMU and economic development officials met with Sen. Gay Kernan on […]