Accelerate assists non-traditional students to earn 2-year technical degrees at six institutions of higher education in northern New Mexico.
Accelerate works with non-traditional students seeking certificate and 2-year degrees to increase technical degree completion, professional readiness, and job placement. Accelerate is a program of the Regional Development Corporation in collaboration with six institutions of higher education in northern New Mexico. The program is funded by the US Department of Energy/Office of Environmental Management, the RDC, the colleges, and regional employers.
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insidehighered.com Scott Freeman and the other scholars behind a new study comparing the efficacy of lectures with more "active" forms of instruction in the science classroom are not aiming low in describing the significance of their findings.
Sign up for Accelerate Math Experience! Earn 4 or more math credits this summer through a class statistically proven to deliver better results for non-traditional students—even those with math anxiety. The class combines software, lecture, and easy-to understand robotics with a dedicated in- and out-of-class tutor.
Santa Fe Community College hosted the Accelerate all-school Professional Readiness Event on February 14. Over 30 regional employers volunteered their time to help 45 graduating students from six northern New Mexico colleges by critiquing resumes, cover letters, and elevator speeches, and holding mock interviews. Thanks to all who participated!
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Our main goal in the Northern Financial Aid office is to help our students by providing understandable information
The Official page for the Associate Degree Nursing Program at Northern New Mexico College
The NSF BEST program provides scholarships to Biology and Environmental Science students at Northern New Mexico College starting 2016-2021.
La Tierra Montessori School of the Arts and Sciences is a charter school that serves K-8 students in Española, NM and the surrounding communities.
The American Indian Student Organization is an active student association at Northern New Mexico University (formerly Northern New Mexico College).
White Buffalo Art School offers daily Individualized Art classes to train students in Fine Art techniques for Scholarships, Art Therapy and Fine Art skills
We use a combination of genetics, cell biology and microscopy techniques to study the biology cell nucleus in land plants.
Northern’s HEP program can help you earn your HSE (GED®), get a better job, go to college or vocational school, or enlist in the military.
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The Back to School Family and Youth Institute is full of opportunities & strategies for engaging parents & students in actively improving curricular, extracurricular school programs, and building partnerships within school communities!