Academic Advising

Abel Lujan
Academic Advisor
alujan@nmjc.edu
(575)492-2579

Celeste Martinez
Academic Advisor
cmartinez@nmjc.edu
(575)492-2548

Kelly Rueda
Counselor
krueda@nmjc.edu
(575)492-2576

Cyndi Stephenson
Counselor
cstephenson@nmjc.edu
(575) 492-2574

 

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Lea County Grad Scholarship 
The Office of Admissions is proud to present

the Lea County and Texas Graduate 2022 High School Graduate Scholarship

 

  • High School Graduates from Lea County and Texas (Out of District Residents) who register
    for Classes by August 12th will be entered to win a Scholarship.
  • The Student must be registered for at least 12 credits and be either a Lea County graduate
    or a Texas graduate (Out of District Resident) from the class of 2022.
    For more information please contact the Office of Admissions at 575-492-2577.

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Schedule an advising appointment

Please call the helpdesk at 575-492-2577

 

If you need assitance with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) please email financialaid@nmjc.edu
 
Academic advising is important to student success!  All students are encouraged to meet with an academic advisor prior to registration.
Enrollment services at New Mexico Junior College offers academic advising for most new students.  Continuing students are assigned to advisors based on major area of study or participation in specific programs.
Students should meet with their advisor to discuss academic and career goals.  As part of the advising process, the advisor will develop a degree or certificate plan for the student.  Following the plan helps ensure that a student stays on track for graduation.
 

Advising Resources:

Students and prospective students are encouraged to talk with a counselor/advisor to explore career options.  Students can also utilize Career Coach to start the process of exploring career choices.
Other career exploration tools are listed below:
  • Career One Stop - toolkit to explore careers, locate training, assess skills, find job, wage, industry, and state and local labor market information.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook - gives detailed descriptions of specific occupations, earnings, required training, and expected outlooks for occupations.
GPA is short for Grade Point Average.  The GPA on the NMJC transcript is the average of all points earned for all the class hours completed at NMJC.  The NMJC GPA does not include transfer work.  A minimum GPA of 2.0 is required for graduation.
Types of GPA
  • Current Term (Semester) GPA - The GPA earned only for the courses taken in a specific term/semester
  • Cumulative GPA - The GPA for all of the courses taken at NMJC
     
Find your NMJC GPA in Self-Service Banner in the TBird Web Portal  - Find My GPA
Calculate your NMJC GPA for a set of specific classes (like nursing prerequisites) or for predicting a future GPA - Calculate My GPA

Transfer Advising - Information to help you choose classes at NMJC for transferring into your intended major at specific universities.

Once you have chosen a degree or certificate program and have registered for your first semester, you will be assigned an advisor if you are in the following programs; Nursing, Automotive, Cosmetology/Barbering, Student Support Services, Animal Science, and Athletics. All other students will visit the counseling office.