Tell us about your professional experience and educational background.
I started attending Luna Community College back when it was known as Luna
Vocational Technical Institute while attending high school. Upon graduating
from high school, I continued my education at Luna and Clovis Community
College. I graduated in 2008 with my associate’s in liberal arts from CCC.
I continued my education at Eastern New Mexico University and earned my
bachelor’s of science in information systems with a minor in graphic
systems in May, 2010. In the summer of 2001 and 2002, I participated in the
Youth College at Luna ...
Luna Community College students Bryan Laramie (middle) and Patricia Natewa
test the changes that occur in a circuit when you add or take a light bulb
into the connection using multi meters and visual cues such as the
brightness of the light. This took place in Sequoia Romero’s (left) DC
When you travel around the Luna Community College service area of
northeastern New Mexico the satellites in Santa Rosa and Springer and the
site in Mora represent the educational commitment made to serve students.
The bigger picture connects the smaller communities of the region to the
main campus in Las Vegas. This community college setting is well planned
for future growth!
There is more than meets the eye. In fact, the years of planning
and persistence have created a well-rounded educational center positioned
to provide great opportunities at a multitude of levels to students wishing
to build upon and polish ...
Luna Community College student elections set for Sept. 9-11
Luna Community College Student Government elections will be held this week.
Executive offices include: president, vice-president, secretary and
treasurer. There are also six senatorial positions.
Luna Community College students can cast their vote by written
secret ballots. Students who present their current student identification
card are eligible to vote.
Voting will take place between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 9
at Mary Duran’s office in the LCC Humanities Building. On Wednesday, Sept.
10, voting will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m ...
Luna Community College along with New Mexico Highlands University will be
sponsoring “College Night 2014” from 5-7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 21 at the
New Mexico Highlands University Student Union Building. The event is open
to high school juniors and seniors along with their parents as well as
anyone interested in obtaining college information.
Faculty and staff from both institutions will be available to discuss such
things as admissions, financial aid, registration, certificate and degree
programs, scholarships and transferring of courses.
“I want to thank all Luna Community College and Highlands University
faculty and staff who will participate in ...
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