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Seonsook Park, Interim Department Chair, Curriculum & Instruction 207 Rio Rancho Center (505) 591-6909 (Search is in Process for New Director) Director of Undergraduate Admissions and Field Experience 109 Teacher Education Center, (505) 454-3108 ACADEMIC SUPPORT Felix Martinez Building, (505) 454-3188 The Office of Academic Support offers an array of services with special emphasis on academic advisement.
The academic support staff is available to ensure you receive assistance in assessing your interests, skills and abilities and point you in the right direction to help get you through college.
Warren Lail, Interim Dean of Graduate Studies 219 Rodgers Administration Building/& 238, 239S & 239 N Douglas Hall, (505) 454-3266 School of Business, Media Arts and Technology Dr.
William Taylor, Dean 235 Sininger Hall, (505) 454-3224 Mary Romero, Interim Department Chair, Business Administration 240 Sininger Hall, (505) 454-3580 Miriam Langer, Department Chair, Media Arts & Technology Trolley Building 136, (505) 454-3184 Facundo Valdez School of Social Work Cristina Durán, Dean and Dir of BSW Program 5041 Indian School Rd, Ste.
Students may contact one or more of these individuals for information specific to academic programs. Roxanne Gonzales, Vice President for Academic Affairs 108 Rodgers Administration Building, (505) 426-2250 Dr.
It doesn’t mean you’re an alien from outer space if you: But if you’re having trouble clarifying your goals, see an adviser in Academic Support. Highlands University offers a lot of support services that are yours, free, just for the asking. Look to professors, advisers and college staff for support, but not for decisions. You’re never too old, too young, too nervous, or too inexperienced for college.
To ensure accommodations are in place, students are strongly encouraged to contact this office as soon as possible about their disability.
Students who have specific request for housing due to a disability must contact Accessibility Services.
ACCESSIBILITY SERVICES Felix Martinez Building, (505) 454-3252, [email protected] Services is responsible for coordinating services to students with physical, learning, and psychological disabilities under the auspices of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act.
At the university level, the student bears primary responsibility for registering his or her disability, following procedures, and following through on the implementation of their accommodations.
Think of the student-professor relationship as a partnership with a common goal: your success.