Their mission is to graduate at least 50% of its students within three years. To realize its mission, ASAP provides students with a battery of comprehensive services delivered with a clear degree completion strategy and guided by three principles: maintaining academic momentum, achieving a successful student integration in the institution, and removing institutional difficulties by building “guided pathways.”
The program objectives are:
(1) To support full-time study and consistent credit accumulation,
(2) To address financial and academic barriers to persistence and completion,
(3) To foster a sense of community, and
(4) To develop close advisor/student relationships by which students can develop academically, personally, and professionally.
ACE’s mission is to provide educational opportunities to low-income, first-generation, or foster-care students or students who are from a single parent home, facing an economic hardship, or a teen parent. The ACE program has three major goals:
1) graduate from high school,
2) go on to college,
3) earn a degree or certificate.
ACE's three goals are:
1) to increase the number of students graduating from high school
2) to increase the number of students continuing on to college
3) to increase the number of students earning a degree or certificate.
The goals are to:
(1) recruit, retain, and graduate bilingual Latino health and human services personnel;
(2) prepare students for career advancement;
(3) provide on-going professional development; and
(4) develop peer-support systems for Latino adult learners (college students of non-traditional age).
The mission of our center is to provide comprehensive support to Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) students and faculty, recognizing our historical commitment as an Hispanic Serving Institution. Our goal is to increase the number of STEM graduates from New Mexico Highlands University through collaborative and innovative best practices.