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Community College SRS Attendees

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You Are Invited to Attend the SRS!

This is a great opportunity to learn more about the NMT community, degree programs, and options to participate in research. To make the most of your visit, please contact Titia Barham (tbarham@admin.nmt.edu, 575-835-5507) or Rebecca Clemens (rclemens@nmt.edu, 575-835-5001) by mid-March, 2016. Rebecca and Titia will help coordinate your visit to academic departments relevant to you, as well as answer any questions you might have about attending NMT.

 

Good to Know

  • Please park in the Macey Center Parking Lot (see the car symbol on the map )
  • While lunch is not provided at the SRS, all-you-can-eat lunch buffet at the Fidel Center Cafe can be purchased the day of the SRS. If you have a large group coming from your community college and you want to eat lunch on campus, please contact Anthony Roybal (575-835-6174) for more details.
  • Questions about the SRS can be addressed to srs@nmt.edu,

 

We hope to see you this April!

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