Due to the current state of affairs, we are adjusting how virtual college visits will happen this semester. Rather than have cadets come together for a virtual visit, risking transmission of flu or coronavirus, we will be sending information out to cadets (and posting it here) and giving them the opportunity to log on for the scheduled virtual visit or reach out to the representative to schedule a one-on-one meeting.

SchoolDay/TimeRepresentativeVisit information
ENMU – Portales

For College Cadets

April 29, 2021


As needed by cadet

Michael Lucero


Microsoft Teams link for 4/29 meeting – Click here at the scheduled time to join the visit

Click here to schedule a call or one-on-one visit with an admissions representative

UNM BA/MD program for high school students interested in medical schoolEvery Friday from 1600-1630Alexander Gordon

505-272-9479 (office)

505-585-3760 (cell) 

See link on Admissions page website
UNMAs needed by cadetAshlynn Yeagle 505.263.7560 ayeagle@unm.eduClick here to access list of spring virtual visit opportunities


NMSUTBABrandon Fields


Contact for a 1-on-1 visit
Texas TechAs needed by cadet


Date / TimeOrganizationInformation
Monday, April 19 

·         Session 1: 5:45 PM

·         Session 2:   7 PM

New Mexico College Access CouncilSession 1 Features: NMSU Carlsbad Campus, New Mexico Junior College, UNM Valencia Campus, Central New Mexico Community College, Institute of American Indian Arts, Western New Mexico University.

Session 2 Features: Diné College, UNM Taos, NMSU Doña Ana, Eastern New Mexico University, Northern New Mexico College, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (New Mexico Tech).

Students and parents can learn more and register by visiting

Tuesday, April 20 

·         Session 3: 5:45 PM

·         Session 4:   7 PM

New Mexico College Access CouncilSession 3 Features: San Juan College, NMSU Grants, New Mexico Military Institute, ENMU Roswell, Clovis Community College, The University of New Mexico.

Session 4 Features: Luna Community College, St. John’s College, New Mexico Highland’s University, UNM Los Alamos, New Mexico State University.

Students and parents can learn more and register by visiting

April 22 – 5-7:30 PM (Mountain)

April 26 – 5-7:30 PM (Mountain)

Rocky Mountain Association for College Admission CounselingYou will have the chance to hear from many different colleges. You can choose which colleges you want to hear from by registering for their sessions. You and your family can ask questions of the college representatives throughout the presentations too!

Check out the schedule, list of colleges, and register now!


April 23 – 10AM – 2 PM (Central)


Career Council National Hispanic College Fairs, Inc.Here are three great reasons to visit the virtual college fair:

  • Informative Presentations: There are live and recorded presentations for you to watch on demand.  Learn more about the college search/college application process no matter where you are on the timeline.
  • Awesome College Booths: Filter colleges by attributes like geography, campus size (small, medium, large), campus setting (urban, rural, suburban), and even majors offered!  Each booth as a TON of information on the college and you can visit these booths anytime, so check them out!

GIVEAWAYS: Visit 10 college booths or more between now and May 30th and be registered to win a new set of Apple AirPods!!! 

Click here to register

April 26 – 30TH!NKUK North AmericaTH!NKUK will be the largest scale event organized specifically for North America, by 38 UK universities, bringing England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland’s higher education at your fingertips.

TH!NKUK week will cover everything from submitting UCAS applications, right through to arriving in the UK. Sessions are focused towards students, parents, teachers and school counsellors, but everyone is welcome to ‘think UK’!

Registration for the event is open here:

April 27 – 9 AM – 1 PM (AZ Time)Arizona College ConsortiumMore than 30 colleges & universities from across the southwest will be participating.

May 19 – 6-10 PM (Eastern)

May 20 – 6-9 PM (Eastern)

Coalition for College130+ schools will gather to share information about their schools and to answer your questions live. See website for schedule and to register:

The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) is hosting a series of virtual college fairs. Visit their website to learn about Upcoming Virtual College Fairs and to Explore Videos created by a wide assortment of college.


Are you wondering how to find a transfer school? Looking for information on career assessments, careers and how to link majors to careers? Wanting to locate information about what non-NMMI scholarships are available? Seeking a reliable, easy-to-use resume builder?

The main resource NMMI offers for searching out information about transfer schools, career information, and scholarship opportunities is the Career Information System. All NMMI cadets have access through their MyNMMI portal, as well. Cadet accounts are created each semester via a batch upload, so all cadets should have accounts:

Username: Cadet # (with zeroes)
Case-sentitive Password: 2013Nmmi

Cadets who run into trouble accessing their account should email MAJ Scott for assistance. At times, cadets join our ranks after the upload has occurred. The generic login information can be used, and then cadets can create their own portfolio so they can save information:

Generic Username: NMMI
Generic Password: 201212

So, what is CIS? In their own words, CIS “provides comprehensive information for students of all ages. College and university students use CIS to set career and educational goals, connect majors to the world of work, locate scholarships, prepare to transfer to another institution, and find graduate schools. CIS is an important tool for career and educational planning for successful transitions.”

While the Career Information System is easy to use, you do need to make sure to read the supporting text. Check back here, too, as we will be uploading “cheat sheets” to help you navigate CIS.


NMMI Financial Aid Office – Visit the website to access a lot of helpful information. Call, email, or stop by the Financial Aid office if you have questions.

Career Information System (see above for access) – use the Financial Aid Sort

FastWeb – A free scholarship search engine to help you identify potential scholarships.

Raise Me! – Microscholarships for high school and junior college students. Click to link to learn how it works, then scroll to the bottom to set up your profile and start earning money for college.

In addition to these opportunities, make sure to check with your transfer school for information about their general and departmental scholarships.