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Eastern New Mexico University - Ruidoso Reviews
It's in a small town, so the student body is small, and the classes offered are limited, but if the degree is available here, most instructors I have attended class for really work with their students for success. The science department has a decent variety. The most valuable aspect of this college is the free tutors on sight at almost all times for students. Furthermore, the encouragement of students here is a real focus on campus. I really enjoy ENMU Ruidoso, they have helped me with keeping up with all my assignments so I can get my degree. Come take a look if you're interested. Definitely not the campus for socialites. They still got some kinks, but it's a work in progress.
Overall this college is very meh, some of the teachers are tremendous. But they are neutered by the fact that the administration is incompetent and greedy. The advisers are generally unhelpful and don't provide you with any helpful information and you often leave just as much if not more confused than when you went in.
I am a psychology major. My student advisor is well educated and experienced in the field of psychology and is a great help. The curriculum applies not only to academic success but to everyday life as well. Critical thinking is encouraged. There is assistance available to help students apply to grad school programs, internships, and career opportunities.