Luna summer registration starts June 1
Summer 2020 is a go at Luna Community College.
The college announced it will proceed with its summer session as scheduled — with a couple of changes due to COVID-19 social distancing precautions.
The first change is that registration will be conducted via telephone beginning Monday, June 1. Classes begin the week of Monday, June 8, and the last day to register or add classes is Friday, June 12.
The other change is that all classes will be held online or via distance education. The transition to online and distance has been made to help ensure the health and safety of all in the Luna community. The college transitioned its Spring 2020 courses to online delivery in March in response to COVID-19 pandemic, in consultation with state and national
If you are looking to sign up for Summer 2020 classes, please call your program advisor or the Luna Student Success Center for assistance. (See list of contacts accompanying this story.) If you have not been admitted to the college, you’ll first need to complete an application form, available online at luna.edu/admissions.
Full course schedules for Summer 2020 are also available online at luna.edu/schedule and at area post offices. Approximately 60 classes are being planned for the summer session. You should review the classes you would like to take and then call the appropriate advisor beginning June 1 to set up your schedule.
Payment arrangements may be made with the fiscal office once the schedule is set. You may call 505-454-2506 or 505-454-2515 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to use a debit or credit card. Please leave a message with your name, student ID number and contact information. Alternately, you may pay with a check or money order payable to Luna Community College and send it by mail to Luna Community College Fiscal Office, 366 Luna Drive, Las Vegas, NM, 87701. Please include your name, student ID and contact information with your payment. Payments will be accepted through July 31 or the start of the Fall 2020 semester. In an effort to help students, disenrollment for non-payment will be deferred.