ENMU Briefs

Music performances approaching

The Music Department has numerous student and faculty recitals planned this semester, such as student Lauren Hutchison’s junior recital on Oct. 27. The Pamela Shuler, clarinet, Faculty Recital is on Nov. 19, and students Cutter Burnett and Devin Devargas have their junior recitals on Dec. 1.

There are also numerous cultural offerings for the campus and the community. The Music Department tries to encourage as much audience attendance as they can to all their events.

“The popularity of various events plays a big role in the planning of events for future semesters. We are interested in building our audiences, so we do attempt to make most of our events as audience friendly as possible,” said Seifert.

For more information on Music Department events, contact Music Department secretary Jennifer Saloman at 575-562-2377.

Now is the time for students to express concerns

Students, now is the time to have your voice heard and promote positive change on campus. Student concerns allows the student body to have a say on campus and address problems. If you have any concerns, complaints, or compliments about any aspect of the ENMU-Portales campus, visit enmu.edu/SGAconcerns

Contact the Student Government Association or email joseph.gergel@enmu.edu

Individual softball camp being held

Eastern New Mexico University Softball coach Kira Zeiter will conduct an individual camp on Oct. 20. Individual camp fees are $40 per player. Anybody attending the camp can pay the first day but are asked to RSVP to kira.zeiter@enmu.edu. A waiver form for the camp is required and available on the softball news section at goeasternathletics.com.

Cash prizes await for talented students

On Nov. 6, 26 Eastern New Mexico University students will be participating in this year’s Eastern’s Got Talent. According to Kennedy Haverland, lead student coordinator of the Associated Students Activity Board, there was a fantastic turnout for auditions, and members of the organization are looking forward to seeing talented students perform.

A variety of talent will be showcased during the show, including singing, instrumentals, dancing, and more.

“A handful of students participate in this event every year, and we are looking forward to seeing them join in every year,” said Haverland.

The show will be at 7 p.m., Nov. 6 in the Campus Union Building Ballroom. Cash prizes will be offered: $300 for first place, $200 for second, and $100 for third place.

ENMU named best online New Mexico college

Eastern New Mexico University earned the highest number of rankings on the SR Education Group’s 2019 list of top universities.

The education research company included 861 unique schools, between the best and most affordable lists, with Eastern ranking in 10 categories.

ENMU was ranked number one for Best Online College in New Mexico. The University also received number one rankings for having the most affordable online bachelor’s degree programs in management, finance, engineering, accounting, business, sociology, aviation and hospitality management, and the most affordable online master’s degree program in English.

ENMU was ranked second for the most affordable online bachelor’s degree programs in marketing, history, and social work, and third for the most affordable online master’s degree program in communications and online bachelor’s degrees in general. The university was ranked fifth for most affordable online colleges and ninth for most affordable online MBA degrees.

“I’m delighted that the value of our online programs has been validated by the SR Education Group. Eastern New Mexico University strives to provide an excellent education at an affordable price, and as one can see from our number one Most Affordable ranking, we are delivering on that promise,” said Dr. Jeff Elwell, chancellor of ENMU.

The ranking results can be found at GuidetoOnlineSchools.com.

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