NMMI E-News 8 April 2016

GREAT NEWS!  EARLY RE-ENROLLMENT EXTENDED!

The early re-enrollment deadline has been extended to Wednesday, 20 April.

Make sure you save a little cash for summer by returning the attached 2016 Re-Enrollment form to the Business Office Cashier by April 20th.

The reduced re-enrollment fee is $75.00 and will be applied towards fall tuition.

Re-enroll today!

 

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOOL RINGS

Herff Jones will be on Post on Thursday, 21 April to speak to cadets who are returning for their senior year of High School about their class ring.  They’ll return on 26 and 27 April from 11 AM to 2 PM (Bates Lobby) to take orders.  Any high school or junior college cadet graduating in 2017 should order early so they can receive their ring at the formal ceremony in October.

 

 

FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE

The Spring 2016 final exam schedule can be found on the Registrar’s webpage: http://www.nmmi.edu/reg/  (under Announcements)

 

Transcripts may also be ordered from this page.

 

 

GRADUATION SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

FRIDAY 13 May 2016

Graduating Cadets MUST attend all rehearsals, inspections, and ceremonies and may only sign out on General Permit when attendance is not required at an event

Graduating cadets may not take furlough after finals

0715 Commissionees assemble in Pearson
0800-0900 Commissioning/ 2LT Bar Pinning Ceremony – Pearson
0900-0930 Commissioning Reception Canopy outside Pearson
1000-1100 Baccalaureate Alumni Memorial Chapel (Optional)
1200 Free DRC
1300 Regents Meeting (Lusk)
1500-1700 Academic, Leadership, and Physical Fitness Excellence Awards Ceremony –Pearson (MANDATORY FOR GRADUATES)
1800 Commencement Speaker Reception @ Quarters 1 (By Invitation)
1810 Free SRC
SATURDAY 14 May 2016
0630 Continental Breakfast for Corps – South Sally port of Saunders Barracks for 3rd Squadron, “Y” Room for 1st and 2nd Squadron
0800 JC Commencement – Pearson
0900-1200 Business Office Open
0915 Parents’ Club Reception for JC Graduates and Families – Canopy outside Pearson
1000 HS Commencement-Pearson
1115 Parents’ Club Reception for HS Graduates and Families – Canopy outside Pearson

PLEASE NOTE:  All Cadets must depart the barracks by 1400 on graduation day.  During Graduation Week, all graduating cadets MUST have complete a clearance form, to include having their room cleared by their TLA/SLA.  Graduating cadets may not store personal items on campus over the summer if they do not plan to return.

 

 

NEW FOR 2016-2017 – THE SIX-YEAR INCENTIVE

(Approved by the Board of Regents to commence with the graduating class of 2017)

NMMI values the contributions of our six year cadets. For students who are continuously enrolled for six years, NMMI will provide a $5,000.00 check that can be used to further your education at your next institution, pay for a study abroad experience or maybe you will start a multi-million dollar corporation with it! Six years at NMMI is an outstanding accomplishment, the NMMI Six Year Incentive recognizes that achievement.

 

FROM THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR

The following new programs apply to new and returning cadets effective Fall 2016. Returning cadets should visit the Registrar’s Office to submit necessary documentation.

 

US Armed Services Tuition Discount

Effective Fall 2016, in recognition of the sacrifices made by military families and our desire to provide leaders for New Mexico and the nation, the NMMI Board of Regents has approved in-state rates for military families. Active duty members of the US Armed forces and their dependents as well as honorably discharged veterans of the US Armed Forces and their dependents are eligible to pay in-state rates at NMMI.

To qualify for this discount cadets must provide one of the following documents to the Registrar’s Office:

  • DD 214 – Department of Defense separation document showing an Honorable discharge.
  • DD Form 4-1/2 – Department of Defense Enlistment Document.
  • DA Form 597 or 597-3 – Proof of a contracted SROTC member for ECP/ SMP
  • DA Form 2-1 – Department of the Army personnel Qualification Record (issued during service and prior to issuance of DD 214), or equivalent from Air Force and Marines.

 

Western Undergraduate Exchange

Effective Fall 2016, New Mexico Military Institute is a member of the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) Program for students from the WICHE States. This program provides Junior College students from Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, who are otherwise admissible and have a composite ACT super-score of a 22 or a composite SAT super-score of 1530 with tuition at 150% of the in-state rate.

 

Texas Reciprocity Agreement

Effective Fall 2016, NMMI offers Junior College students from Texas who are otherwise admissible and have a composite ACT superscore of a 22 or a composite SAT superscore of 1530 with tuition at 150% of the in-state rate.

NMMI E-News 11 March 2016

Have you Re-Enrolled?

 April 6, 2016 is the early enrollment deadline (priority date).

Enrolling early allows you to take advantage of several incentives including:

  • Early consideration for scholarships
  • Pre-registration for fall classes
  • Priority consideration for Corps leadership positions and Cadre selection
  • AND a reduced re-enrollment fee ($75 instead of the standard $150 fee)

 

Simply return the attached 2016 Re-Enrollment form to the Business Office (by the priority date, April 6, 2016) to take advantage of the reduced re-enrollment fee of $75.00 and other Corps incentives. If the form is received after April 6 the standard fee of $150.00 will apply. All re-enrollment fees will be applied towards fall tuition.

 

 

 

Help the Corps of Cadets!

There is still time to help your cadet’s troop get a FULL WEEKEND of Free Revs!

Last weekend, the Corps of Cadets marched in the annual NMMI Cancer March – their efforts help raise money for the Chaves County Cancer fund, a local organization that assists Roswell-area cancer patients with transportation, wigs, groceries etc. while they are undergoing treatment for cancer.  Donations stay in the Roswell community, and the NMMI Corps of Cadets contributes to the fund annually.

So far the cadets have raised nearly $2,000 for the Chaves County Cancer Fund!  But there’s still time to get in cadet donations!  The troop with the largest donation total will receive a weekend of Free Revs (i.e. extra sleep!) once the totals are tallied in April!

Donations can be made to NMMI Cadet Activities and mailed to 101 W College prior to 6 April.

Make sure you put the troop letter in the memo line, if you’re sending it in for your cadet’s troop!


 

2016 National Honor Society/Phi Theta Kappa Induction

Watch Your Cadet’s Induction into NHS/PTK

The National Honor Society (for High School cadets) and Phi Theta Kappa (for Junior College cadets) will hold their induction ceremonies at 7:00 pm on March 17th in the VMV.    The Dean invites parents to participate and this can be done in two ways:

  1. Attend the event in which case you need to RSVP to Dyanna Treat at email dbtreat@nmmi.edu;
  2. View a live webcast which can be accessed on from the Parent Website (http://www.nmmi.edu/parents/index.htm).  The event will also be posted for viewing until mid April.  Instructions for viewing the live stream and the after-the-fact recorded event are also posted on the Parent Website link.

Cadets being inducted are:

NHS

Ahumada Cardona, Martin Najar Beltran, Jesus
Amieiro Chavira, Sergio Nguyen, Danh
Anchondo, Andrea Nguyen, Quang
Andrews, Ashley Ochoa Gonzalez, Juan
Aranda Claussen, Andres Padilla, Christian
Clemens, Benjamin Padres Dagnino, Diego
DeGroot, Allen Peralta Tarazon, Carlos
Earl, Victoria Peralta Tarazon, Luis
Flynn, Tamara Reyes Badilla, Angel
Flynn, Juan Rivera, Francisco
Forkel, Carl Romero, Alan
Hale, Benjamin Salido Alejandri, Diego
Herrera, Colten Smith, Mycah
Inigo Padilla, Juan Stynen, Samantha
Inukai Aispuro, Erick Suro Villalobos, Joel
Kehl, Kyrill Valadez, Abigail
Liakos, John Valentine, Nicholas
Maloney, Gavin Varela Duarte, Marco
Mayadag, Spencer Wu, Jiayu

PTK

Alvarez Rodriguez, Christian Jung, Andrew
Andersen, Ethan Konculic, Violeta
Avila, Gabriela Kyung, Austin
Becker, Nicholas Medina Perez, Mario
Bilic, Aleksandra Moore, Shawn
Bohannon, Lucas Naki, Oriana
Bosworth, Kyle Nevarez Leon, Sebastian
Brennan, Troy Nicklaus, Jonathan
Brown, Colby No, Allen
Butler, Sara Pagaduan, Daniel Ian
Cordova, Brandon Pena, Dominik
Crowell, Evan Pena, Harold
Cubillas Flores, Julio Pimentel, Alejandro
Deltenre, Seth Rosikon, Katarzyna
Draelos, Preston Salcedo, Michael
Dulany, Brennis Souza, Joshua
Ernst, Sierra Sylvester, Jackson
Fernandez-Clausen, Diego Tadiarca, Sierra
Flores, Austin Talbot, Gregory
Fouratt, Eric Tripodo, Donald
Gantz, Kai’onu Tuepker, Cody
Gregory, Samuel Vindiola Sicre, Jose
Hampton, Jairus Williams, Adrienne
Hodge, Brian Wilson, Zebulon
Howard, Alexander Zamorano Rivera, Pablo
Jensen, Johnathan

 

Spring Family Weekend Schedule of Events

Times of events subject to change as necessary

SATURDAY 19 MARCH 2016

Mini furlough for eligible cadets after parade

0600 Reveille – Centennial Flame Guard Posted – Bronco Plaza
0620 – 0710 Breakfast Roll Call – Bates
0700 – 1300 PX open to all guests on Post.
0700 – 1300 Game Room Coffee Bar open to all guests on Post.
1000 -1400 Cadet Store open (JRT)
1000 – 1015 Changing of the Flame Guard
1040 Corps Forms for Parade
1055 – 1105 Move to Stapp Parade Field
1115 – 1200 Cadet Parade – Stapp Parade Field
1200 – 1300 Free DRC – Bates
1300 PX closes
1300 Mini furlough sign out for eligible cadets
1300 – 2200 General Permit if eligible (Uniform is Summer “A”)
1400 Cadet Store closes
1805 Retreat
1810 Free SRC
2000 Movie Call (location TBD)
2300 Taps – Flame Guard stands down
 

SUNDAY 20 MARCH 2016

Uniform off post – Summer A

Mini furlough for eligible cadets

Cadets are encouraged to attend the religious services of their choice

0730 Reveille
0815 Accountability Formation
0830 – 1700 General Permits authorized if eligible (Uniform is Summer “A”)
0830 Interdenominational Chapel Service, Alumni Memorial Chapel
0900 – 1100   Brunch (Cadets only)
1300 – 1700   Tour Squad
1700   General Permit/Mini Furlough ends
1700 Catholic Mass, Alumni Memorial Chapel
1730 LDS Seminary with Elders in the Chapel, Anderson Prayer Room
1805 Retreat
1810 SRC w/Formation
1900 – 2130 Night Study Hall (NSH)
Tour Squad is only voluntary for Cadets who have Family members present.
Tour Squad is mandatory for all other cadets who have tours to march.
Cadets must make sure the Tour Squad Officer is aware of your situation.

 

 

Spring Break Dates

Reminder: CADETS MAY NOT STAY ON CAMPUS DURING SPRING BREAK!

Spring Break begins after a cadet’s last scheduled class on Thursday, 24 March March and ends on 3 April at 1700 (5:00 PM)

Cadets and parents should expect bus departures from NMMI to Albuquerque Airport at 0600 (6 am) on Friday, 25 March with return to NMMI from Albuquerque Airport on Sunday, 3 April at 1800 (6 pm).

Please note NMMI does not manage holiday TRANSPORTATION; you must contact New Mexico Texas Coaches, LLC, or Galaxy Transportation for details and pricing.

NMMI provides a shuttle to Roswell airport with departures from campus on the same days and times for cadets departing from campus to Albuquerque (see previous paragraph for times). NMMI does not provide a shuttle for returning cadets after breaks from Roswell airport due to limited resources and multiple arrivals.

The bus company is not responsible for delayed or cancelled flights and are not obligated to hold bus departures from the airport. We always recommend that cadets arrive at the airport well before bus departure times for return to Roswell.

 New Mexico Texas Coaches, LLC 1-800-287-5466 http://www.1800buslimo.com

 Sunshine Cab Company, (575) 910-3400, provides local transportation. The city of Roswell also operates local city buses and cadets in uniform may ride the city buses for free if they are in uniform.

 

 

Spring Break Early Departures/Late Returns

Cadets are not authorized to leave early or return late from Spring Break. The Faculty are not giving permission to miss class. If a cadet has a compelling reason to leave early or arrive late, it will be approved by the Office of the Commandant. Requests for exception to policy should be coordinated with your cadet’s Troop Leadership Advisor (TLA). Parents are being asked to provide written permission for High School cadets to miss class. Junior College cadets will provide their request/justification in writing to their TLA.


 

FINAL EXAM SCHEDULES

The Registrar’s Office released the spring final exam schedule.  Check it out here.

If your cadet is graduating in May, please encourage them to visit

http://www.nmmi.edu/reg/Graduation.htm to review information and begin the process.  They were emailed detailed information on how to apply today.

 

 

2016 Graduation Schedule of Events

Times of events subject to change as necessary

 FRIDAY 13 May 2016

Graduating Cadets MUST attend all rehearsals, inspections, and ceremonies and may only sign out on General Permit when attendance is not required at an event.

0715 Commissionees assemble in Pearson
0800-0900 Commissioning/ 2LT Bar Pinning Ceremony – Pearson
0900-0930 Commissioning Reception-Band Room  Canopy outside Pearson
1030-1130 Baccalaureate/ Celebration of Diversity – Pearson (OPTIONAL for all 1st and 3rd Class Graduates)
1200    Free DRC
1300 Regents Meeting (Lusk)
1500-1700 Academic, Leadership, and Physical Fitness Excellence Awards Ceremony -Pearson
1800 Commencement Speaker Reception @ Quarters 1 (By Invitation)
1810 Free SRC
1900 Movie call – Bates – Cadets Only

SATURDAY 14 May 2016

COMMENCEMENT CEREMONIES

0630 Continental Breakfast for Corps – South Sally port of Saunders Barracks for 3rd Squadron, “Y” Room for 1st and 2nd Squadron
0800 JC Commencement – Pearson
0900-1200 Business Office Open
0915 Parents’ Club Reception for JC Graduates and Families – Band Room  Canopy outside Pearson
1000 HS Commencement-Pearson
1115 Parents’ Club Reception for HS Graduates and Families – Band Room  Canopy outside Pearson

 

Graduates can order invitations from Herff Jones.  You can call them at (575) 746-4574

NMMI E-NEWS 26 FEBRUARY 2016

CADET  EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

The Superintendent has released the following information concerning NMMI’s commitment to preparing the Corps of Cadets, Faculty, and Staff for on-campus emergencies.  Please read about it here.

 

 TIME TO RE-ENROLL!

 April 6, 2016 is the early enrollment deadline (priority date).

Enrolling early allows you to take advantage of several incentives including:

  • Early consideration for scholarships
  • Pre-registration for fall classes
  • Priority consideration for Corps leadership positions and Cadre selection
  • AND a reduced re-enrollment fee ($75 instead of the standard $150 fee)

Simply return the attached 2016 Re-enrollment form to the Business Office (by the priority date, April 6, 2016) to take advantage of the reduced re-enrollment fee of $75.00 and other Corps incentives. If the form is received after April 6 the standard fee of $150.00 will apply. All re-enrollment fees will be applied towards fall tuition.

 

SCHOLARSHIPS ARE CURRENTLY BEING REWARDED FOR 2016-2017, SO RE-ENROLL TODAY!

 

 

NEW FOR 2016-2017 – THE SIX-YEAR INCENTIVE

(Approved by the Board of Regents to commence with the graduating class of 2017)

NMMI values the contributions of our six year cadets. For students who are continuously enrolled for six years, NMMI will provide a $5,000.00 check that can be used to further your education at your next institution, pay for a study abroad experience or maybe you will start a multi-million dollar corporation with it! Six years at NMMI is an outstanding accomplishment, the NMMI Six Year Incentive recognizes that achievement.

Parent E-News 19 February 2016

Time to Re-Enroll!

April 6, 2016 is the early enrollment deadline (priority date).

Enrolling early allows you to take advantage of several incentives including:

  • Early consideration for scholarships
  • Pre-registration for fall classes
  • Priority consideration for Corps leadership positions and Cadre selection
  • AND a reduced re-enrollment fee ($75 instead of the standard $150 fee)

 

Simply return the attached 2016 Re-enrollment form to the Business Office (by the priority date, April 6, 2016) to take advantage of the reduced re-enrollment fee of $75.00 and other Corps incentives. If the form is received after April 6 the standard fee of $150.00 will apply. All re-enrollment fees will be applied towards fall tuition.

 

 

Help the Corps of Cadets!

Help the Corps of Cadets support the Chaves County Cancer Fund! This Community Service event on the NMMI campus involves the entire Corps of Cadets and is designed to raise cancer awareness and support for victims of cancer in Chaves County. Donations can be made to NMMI Cadet Activities and mailed to 101 W College prior to 6 April. Activities over the 10 hour period will include music, sports competitions, and a barbecue and for the cadets. The Cancer Awareness March will be 5 March 2016.

 

 

Spring Family Weekend Schedule of Events

Times are tentative.  Please check back next week for a complete schedule of times and events!

SATURDAY 19 MARCH 2016
Mini furlough for eligible cadets after parade
0600 Reveille – Centennial Flame Guard Posted – Bronco Plaza
0700 – 1300 PX open to all guests on Post.
0700 – 1300 Game Room Coffee Bar open to all guests on Post.
1000 – 1015 Changing of the Flame Guard
1040 Corps Forms for Parade
1055 – 1105 Move to Stapp Parade Field
1115  – 1200 Cadet Parade – Stapp Parade Field
1200 – 1300 Free DRC – Bates
1300 PX closes
1300 Mini furlough sign out for eligible cadets
1300 – 2200 General Permit if eligible (Uniform is Summer “A”)
1400 Cadet Store closes
1805 Retreat
1810 Free SRC
2300 Taps – Flame Guard stands down
SUNDAY 20 MARCH 2016
MINI FURLOUGH WEEKEND FOR ELIGIBLE CADETS
Uniform off post – Summer A
Cadets are encouraged to attend the religious services of their choice
0730 Reveille
0815 Accountability Formation
0830-1700 General Permits authorized if eligible (Uniform is Summer “A”)
0830 Interdenominational Chapel Service, Alumni Memorial Chapel
1700 General Permit/Mini Furlough ends
1700 Catholic Mass, Alumni Memorial Chapel
1805 Retreat
1810 SRC w/Formation
1900-2130 Night Study Hall (NSH)
Tour Squad is only voluntary for Cadets who have Family members present.
Cadets must make sure the Tour Squad Officer is aware of your situation.
Tour Squad is mandatory for all other cadets who have tours to march.

 

Spring Break Dates

Reminder: CADETS MAY NOT STAY ON CAMPUS DURING SPRING BREAK!

Spring Break begins after a cadet’s last scheduled class on Thursday, 24 March March and ends on 3 April at 1700 (5:00 PM)

Cadets and parents should expect bus departures from NMMI to Albuquerque Airport at 0600 (6 am) on Friday, 25 March with return to NMMI from Albuquerque Airport on Sunday, 3 April at 1800 (6 pm).

Please note NMMI does not manage holiday transportation; you must contact New Mexico Texas Coaches, LLC, or Galaxy Transportation for details and pricing.

NMMI provides a shuttle to Roswell airport with departures from campus on the same days and times for cadets departing from campus to Albuquerque (see previous paragraph for times). NMMI does not provide a shuttle for returning cadets after breaks from Roswell airport due to limited resources and multiple arrivals.

The bus company is not responsible for delayed or cancelled flights and are not obligated to hold bus departures from the airport. We always recommend that cadets arrive at the airport well before bus departure times for return to Roswell.

 

New Mexico Texas Coaches, LLC 1-800-287-5466 http://www.1800buslimo.com

 

Sunshine Cab Company, (575) 910-3400, provides local transportation. The city of Roswell also operates local city buses and cadets in uniform may ride the city buses for free if they are in uniform.

 

 

Spring Break Early Departures/Late Returns

Cadets are not authorized to leave early or return late from Spring Break. The Faculty are not giving permission to miss class. If a cadet has a compelling reason to leave early or arrive late, it will be approved by the Office of the Commandant. Requests for exception to policy should be coordinated with your cadet’s Troop Leadership Advisor (TLA). Parents are being asked to provide written permission for High School cadets to miss class. Junior College cadets will provide their request/justification in writing to their TLA.

 

 

Final Exam Schedules

The Registrar’s Office released the spring final exam schedule.  Check it out here.

If your cadet is graduating in May, please encourage them to visit

http://www.nmmi.edu/reg/Graduation.htm to review information and begin the process.  They were emailed detailed information on how to apply today.

 

 

2016 Graduation Schedule of Events

Times of events subject to change as necessary

 

Friday, 13 May 2016
Graduating Cadets MUST attend all rehearsals, inspections, and ceremonies and may only sign out on General Permit when attendance is not required at an event. 

Graduating cadets may not be on furlough.

0715 Commissionees assemble in Pearson
0800-0900 Commissioning/ 2LT Bar Pinning Ceremony – Pearson
0900-0930 Commissioning Reception – Canopy outside Pearson
1030-1130 Baccalaureate – Pearson (Optional for all 1st and 3rd Class Graduates)
1200 Free DRC for Cadets
1300 Regents Meeting (Lusk)
1500-1700 Academic, Leadership, and Physical Fitness Excellence Awards Ceremony -Pearson
1800 Commencement Speaker Reception @ Quarters 1 (By Invitation)
1810 Free SRC for Cadets
Saturday, 14 May 2016
0630 Continental Breakfast for Corps – South Sally port of Saunders Barracks for 3rd Squadron, “Y” Room for 1st and 2nd Squadron
0800 JC Commencement – Pearson
0900-1200 Business Office Open
0915 Parents’ Club Reception for JC Graduates and Families –Canopy outside Pearson
1000 HS Commencement-Pearson
1115 Parents’ Club Reception for HS Graduates and Families –  Canopy outside Pearson

 

Graduates can order invitations from Herff Jones.  You can call them at (575) 746-4574

NMMI E-News 6 November 2015

HOLIDAY TRAVEL PLANS

REMINDER: CADETS MAY NOT STAY ON CAMPUS DURING THANKSGIVING, CHRISTMAS, OR SPRING BREAKS!

Please note NMMI does not manage holiday transportation, you must contact New Mexico Texas Coaches, LLC for details and pricing.

The bus companies are not responsible for delayed or cancelled flights and are not obligated to hold bus departures from the airport. We always recommend that cadets arrive at the airport well before bus departure times for return to Roswell. PLEASE CALL THE BUS COMPANY FOR DEPARTURE AND RETURN TIMES.

NMMI provides a shuttle to Roswell airport with departures from campus on the same days and times for cadets departing from campus to Albuquerque (see previous paragraph for times). NMMI does not provide a shuttle for returning cadets after breaks from Roswell airport due to limited resources and multiple arrivals.

New Mexico Texas Coaches, 1-800-287-5466, http://1800buslimo.rezgo.com/.

Sunshine Cab Company, (575) 910-3400, provides local transportation. The city of Roswell also operates local city buses and cadets in uniform may ride the city buses for free if they are in uniform.

NMMI DOES NOT MANAGE BUS SERVICES

 

 

THANKSGIVING BREAK GUIDANCE

Thanksgiving Break begins after class on 20 November. The Commandant has updated the Thanksgiving Sign Out Form. All cadets must read and comply with the items on the form, and turn in a signed copy as they check out. Barracks will re-open on 28 November at 1700 for cadets needing to return early. Please note that the first meal served on campus will be SRC on 29 November.

All cadets who elect to leave early or return late must provide written explanation/email through the TLA/SLA for approval. High School Cadets must have parents provide written explanation or send the email. That explanation must include reason for early departure or late return (i.e. transportation arrangements) with specific details, and acknowledgement that missing classes may jeopardize the grade for any missed classes. Instructors will determine the academic consequence of leaving early or returning late.

 

CADET TOUR CREDIT OVER THANKSGIVING

Cadets may earn up to 20 hours of tour credit over Thanksgiving break by performing community service. 10 of these hours may be converted to merits. A cadet who sees the opportunity to improve their deportment situation over Thanksgiving break has the opportunity to use those tour credits for merits. The ratio is one hour of tour credit equals three merits. Cadets must submit tour credit on company or organization letterhead, with a phone number, to their TLA upon return from break. The deadline to turn in Tour Credit is 11 December.

 

FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE

Fall 2015 final exam schedule can be found on the Registrar’s webpage: http://www.nmmi.edu/reg/ (under Announcements)

Transcripts may also be ordered from this page.

TRANSCRIPT MAILINGS
As NMMI is closed over the Christmas/New Year’s holiday period, be aware that the Registrar’s office does come in to process end of term transcripts requested. We will have postage on hand to cover those transcripts ordered between now and 18 December.

For cadets – you must put in your transcript requests now so we can build them and get postage for those transcripts. Transcripts ordered while you are on Christmas break will probably not be sent until after 6 January 2016.

For parents – if you know your son or daughter will need transcripts for scholarships, next school, applications, etc., please encourage them to come in and complete that request prior to finals week.

REGISTER FOR SPRING CLASSES!
Spring semester registration has begun. The current class schedule is available on the Registrar’s webpage: http://www.nmmi.edu/reg/ (under Announcements)

Encourage your cadets to register as soon as possible to avoid class closures. Also, if your cadet is not returning next semester, please inform your cadet’s Troop Leadership Advisor as soon as possible!

 

 

MEDICAL FURLOUGH PROCEDURES

Medical furloughs are for out of town medical appointments and generally for 24 hours only. Any additional time needed will need to be approved through the Commandant’s office.

  • The cadet must first see their TLA, then to the Infirmary to fill out the appointment paperwork to include their date of birth and the doctor’s name and phone number to allow for verification of appointments.
  • Information must be provided to the infirmary staff up to 2-3 business days to verify the appointment.
  • Once verified, copies of the paperwork will be given back to the cadet to take to the cadet’s TLA. If they are missing class, a Class Absence Form, or “white form” must be filled out.
  • Once the white form is complete, the cadet returns it to the Commandant’s Office to be placed on status. At the time of the appointment (if out of town), the Cadet checks out through the TLA Command Post, not the Infirmary.
  • All appointments must be verified in advance by the Infirmary.

 

PARENTS’ CLUB

Here are the 2015-2016 Parents’ Club Board members:

  • President – Dana Mayadag (has a 2nd year High School Sophomore cadet) nmmiPCpresident@gmail.com
  • Media Director – Vanessa Mendez (has 3rd year High School Senior cadet) vmendeznmmi@gmail.com
  • 1st Vice President – John R. Bolte (has a 1st year High School Sophomore cadet) nmmiPC1VP@gmail.com
  • 2nd Vice President – Louis Villanueva (has a 1st year High School Freshman cadet) L_Villanueva@me.com
  • Secretary – Maureen DeNio (has a 1st year High School Freshman cadet) Dmjddenio@live.com
  • Treasurer – Laura Brown (has a 1st year High School Freshman cadet) lbrownnmmi@gmail.com

 

Feel free to contact them, and please visit the NMMI Parents Facebook page as well!

 

CADET CLASS PHOTOS

To view your cadet’s class photo, please follow the link below. All directions for logging into the site are listed on the webpage, and you will need the cadet number.

http://www.childressphotography.com/garth/index2.php#/info2/1/

NMMI E-News 15 September

Schedule of Events for Family Weekend 

THURSDAY 17 SEPTEMBER
Uniform of the Day – ACU (Class C ONLY for cadets not issued ACUs)
1830 Lady Colt Varsity Volleyball vs. Gateway – Godfrey Athletic Center
1730 Lady Colt JV Volleyball vs. Gateway – Godfrey Athletic Center
FRIDAY 18 SEPTEMBER
Uniform of the Day – Class C
0800-1125 Begin Abbreviated Class Schedule (Parents, please arrive with your cadet’s class schedule. You can access and print the schedule through Self-Service.)
0800-0825 1st Period
0830-0855 2nd Period
0900-0925 3rd Period
0930-0955 4th Period
1000-1025 5th Period
1030-1055 6th Period
1100-1125 7th Period
1140 All Troops Form in Hagerman Box
1145 March By with Band/Music for Parents, Bronco Plaza
1200 Free Dinner Roll Call (DRC) – (Cadets Only) (Released from vicinity Bates parking lot)
1215 Spanish Speaking Family Weekend Orientation – Mabee Lecture Hall in Toles
1230-1600 Faculty, coaches, SROTC, JROTC and TLAs will be available to meet with parents.
1230–2000 General Permits authorized for eligible cadets (Class C uniform)
1300–1630 Business office Open
1300–2200 Flame Guard posted
1600 Sally Port Competition – Bronco Plaza
SATURDAY 19 SEPTEMBER
Southeastern New Mexico College Fair
MINI FURLOUGH WEEKEND – August New Cadets Not Eligible
Uniform Off Post – Summer A
0600 Reveille
0630-0730 BRC (cadets only)
0700 Centennial Flame Guard Posted – Bronco Plaza
0730-0800 Corps prepares for training
0730-1300 PX and Coffee Shop open – JRT
0800-1000 Faculty, Coaches, SROTC, JROTC are available by appointment
0800-0830 DRI inspection (Parents invited to observe)
0830-1100 Business Office Open –Lusk Hall
0845-0915 In-Ranks Inspection (Parents invited to observe)
0900-1400 Cadet Store Open
0930-1000 Best Platoon Drill Competition (Parents invited to observe)
1000 Changing of the Flame Guard – Bronco Plaza (Families/guests are welcome to observe)
1015-1045 Best Squad Competition (Hagerman) (Parents invited to observe)
1045 Corps Forms for Parade (Summer A Uniform)
1100-1200 Parade honoring families and Constitution Day, Stapp Field
1200 New Cadet Recognition Ceremony in Hagerman Barracks (Families/guests are welcome)
1230 Free Dinner Roll Call (DRC) for cadets in good standing (Cadets only)
1230-2000 General Permit (Summer A uniform)
1300 Mini furlough sign out for old cadets if eligible
1300-1500 SENM College Fair – Godfrey Athletic Center
1730-1820 Free SRC for Cadets in Good Standing
2000 Outdoor Movie Call – open to cadets and families (Stapp) – refreshments for sale
2300 Taps
Sunday 20 September
Cadets are encouraged to attend the religious service of their choice
Uniform is Summer A all Day
0830 Collective Protestant Service in the Chapel
0830-1700 General Permit (Uniform is Summer A)
0930-1030 Catholic Mass in Alumni Chapel
1030 LDS cadets gather at the Bronco Statue for transportation to church
1700 General Permit Expires/SRC with Formation
1715 LDS Seminary Study – Chapel
1900 Night Study Hall

 

 

HELP THE CORPS OF CADETS EARN A FREE REV!

What do our cadets love more than chocolate, coffee, and homemade cooking?

A FREE REV!

Help our corps get free rev by following our Instagram account.

They need 1300 followers by Thursday!

https://instagram.com/newmexicomilitary/

 

 

 

REMINDER! COLLEGE FAIR!

NMMI will host the Southeast New Mexico College Fair on 19 September from 1 – 3 PM in Godfrey Athletic Center.  All are encouraged to attend!

 

 

 

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE DINNER

The Academic Excellence Dinner to celebrate cadets who were on the Dean’s List or Superintendent’s List the previous semester will be held at 5:30 pm Mountain time on September  17th.  Parents who wish to view the ceremony via live webcast can do so by going to this web link: http://www.nmmi.edu/parents/index.htm.  The recorded webcast will also be available for viewing after that date via a link on the same webpage.

 

 

 

 

SCHOLARSHIPS STILL AVAILABLE FOR THIS SCHOOL YEAR!

Below is the link to the NMMI Fall 15 Supplemental Scholarship Application which lists all scholarships that are still available for awarding in the 2015-2016 school year.  Cadets wishing to be considered for the remaining available funds should review the list carefully and select only those listings for which they qualify and have not already received an award.  Scholarships are reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis so applications should be returned to the NMMI Scholarship Office as soon as possible.  The application can be emailed to finaid@nmmi.edu, mailed to NMMI Scholarship Office at 101 W. College Blvd., Roswell, NM  88201, or hand-delivered to the Scholarship Office in Lusk Hall.

The NMMI Scholarship Office will review submissions until all possible funds have been awarded.

Online form here

If you have questions, please contact the Scholarship Office at 575-624-8174; 1-800-421-5376; or come by the Scholarship Office in Lusk Hall.

 

 

 

FINAL EXAM SCHEDULES

The Registrar’s Office released the fall final exam schedule.  Check it out here.

If your cadet is graduating in December, please encourage them to visit http://www.nmmi.edu/reg/Graduation.htm to review information and begin the process.  They were emailed detailed information on how to apply today.

 

 

MEDICAL FURLOUGH PROCEDURES

Medical furloughs are for out of town medical appointments and generally for 24 hours only.  Any additional time needed will need to be approved through the Commandant’s office.

The cadet must come to the infirmary to fill out the furlough paperwork to include their date of birth and the doctor’s name and phone number to allow for verification of appointments.

Information must be provided to the infirmary staff up to 2-3 business days to verify the appointment.

Once verified, copies of the paperwork will be given back to the cadet to take to the cadet’s TLA. If they are missing class, a Class Absence Form, or “white form” must be filled out.  Once the white form is complete, the cadet returns it to the Commandant’s Office to be placed on status.  At the time of the appointment (if out of town), the Cadet checks out through the TLA Command Post, not the infirmary.

All appointments must be verified by the Infirmary.

NMMI E-News 22 August 2015

21 Day Milestone Schedule of Events

PLEASE NOTE! 

Parents of Colt Cross Country, Bronco Volleyball, and Bronco Football cadets, your cadets will not participate in Milestone events due to scheduled games, but they will have time on Sunday to visit with family visitors.

The end of the 21 Day period for the Recruits at Training (RATs) is an important milestone for cadets attending NMMI. The end of the 21 Day period marks the day RATs are recognized for their hard work and receive their first privileges. However, before they are given new privileges, they must complete the obstacle course and fitness factory, demonstrating their improved physical readiness, confidence, team work and high motivation. The morning events end with a Corps formation and acknowledgement of their accomplishment by the Regimental Commander.

(General Permit is time off campus with parents.  New cadets are NOT authorized overnight stays until after the 10 week mark of classes)

Saturday 29 August 2015

0650 Corps formation on Stapp Field, Movement of Corps to first station
0700 Food trailer operational at Obstacle Course (Coffee, breakfast items for sale for family/guests)
0715-1100 Obstacle Course, First Aid Training,  and Fitness Factory.   – Family and guests invited to follow cadet’s troop
0800-1145 Luna Hall / Museum open
0900-1300 Cadet Store and PX open for family and guests
1000-1115 Movement of Corps back to barracks area upon completion of all stations
1115-1140 Personal Time
1145-1200 Ceremony in Hagerman Barracks.  Uniform will be Summer Class A
1200 Free Dinner Roll Call for cadets in good standing
1200-1700 General permits for Cadets.  Uniform for all cadets will be Summer Class A
1715 Retreat and SRC formation, march to Bates
1715-1800 SRC
1840 Corps forms for March On at Colt Field
1900 – UTC Bronco Football Game (Colt Field) – mandatory for the Corps of Cadets.  RATS may sit and visit with parents during second half at the game.  All troops will have an accountability formation immediately after the game.  Uniform is Summer A
TBD Accountability Formation for Cadets

Sunday 30 August 2015

0815 Accountability Formation
0830-1700 General Permit for Cadets.  Uniform for all cadets will be Summer Class A.
0830 Protestant Services in Alumni Chapel
1700 Catholic Services in Alumni Chapel

1st Squadron (Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, HQ) begins at the Confidence Course

2nd Squadron (Echo Foxtrot, Golf, Hotel) begins at the First Aid Training site, West of the Obstacle Course

3rd Squadron (Kilo, Lima, Mike, November, Oscar) begins at the Fitness Factory, in front of Godfrey Athletic Center

 

 

What are Bronco BuX?

New Mexico Military Institute is pleased to offer – Bronco BuX – a convenient, secure way to make cashless purchases on campus while enrolled at NMMI. Bronco BuX can be purchased by anyone who wishes to add value to their Student ID card and utilize these funds to make purchases in your NMMI Cadet Store, The PX Grill, and Game Room Coffee Shop.

 

How Do They Work?

Your Bronco BuX account works like a debit card. The account allows you to draw upon pre-deposited funds to purchase books, school supplies, health and beauty items, food and snacks throughout campus. Having Bronco BuX is a great way to have the money you’ll need without carrying cash.

 

How to Purchase?

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to ensure your cadet’s school needs are covered by requesting a deposit slip and mailing it along with your check or paying in person at the Sodexo main office. You may also add value anytime by debit/credit card at https://nmmi.campuscardcenter.com. Funds transferred into Bronco BuX by debit/credit cards are available to cadets instantly and check deposits on the business day received.

If you have any questions, or if you are having trouble with your Bronco BuX account, please contact Nereida Gutierrez (575) 624-8230, or email her at nereida.gutierrez@sodexo.com

 

 

 

Class Rings

Herff Jones will be on campus 25 August from 11 am to 2 pm in the lobby of Bates Dining Hall.  Cadets who ordered rings in May need to stop by their table outside the PX (on the VMV side) to make sure their ring is exactly as they ordered it.  Cadets who did not order in May can do so at this time as well.  If you have any questions please call them at (575) 746-4574.

 

 

 

 

Southeast New Mexico College Fair

NMMI will host the Southeast New Mexico College Fair on 19 September from 1 – 3 PM in Godfrey Athletic Center.  All are encouraged to attend!

 

Colleges and Universities attending the fair:
(as of August 13th)

Adams State University
Arizona State University
Coe College
Colorado State University
Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell
Lawrence University
Northern Arizona University
Northland College
Pacific Lutheran University
Prescott College
Purdue University
San Juan College
Soka University
St. Lawrence University
Trinity University
University of Alabama
University of Arizona
University of New Mexico
University of New Mexico Army ROTC
University of Redlands
University of San Francisco
University of Wyoming
West Texas A&M University
Westminster College
Willamette University

 

 

 

 

 

Family Weekend Schedule of Events

(Times subject to change)

FRIDAY 18 SEPTEMBER
Uniform of the Day – Class C
0800-1125 Begin Abbreviated Class Schedule (Parents, please arrive with your cadet’s class schedule. You can access and print the schedule through Self-Service.)
0800-0825 1st Period
0830-0855 2nd Period
0900-0925 3rd Period
0930-0955 4th Period
1000-1025 5th Period
1030-1055 6th Period
1100-1125 7th Period
1140 All Troops Form in Hagerman Box
1145 March By with Band/Music for Parents, Bronco Plaza
1200 Free Dinner Roll Call (DRC) – (Cadets Only) (Released from vicinity Bates parking lot)
1230-1600 Faculty, coaches, SROTC, JROTC and TLAs will be available to meet with parents by appointment
1230-2000 General Permits authorized for eligible cadets (Class C uniform)
1300-1630 Business office Open
1300 – 2200 Flame Guard posted
1600 Sally Port Competition – Bronco Plaza
SATURDAY 19 SEPTEMBER
Uniform Off Post – Summer A
Southeastern New Mexico College Fair
0700 Centennial Flame Guard Posted – Bronco Plaza
0800-1000 Faculty, Coaches, SROTC, JROTC are available by appointment
0800-0830 DRI inspection (Parents invited to observe)
0830-1100 Business Office Open –Lusk Hall
0845-0915 In-Ranks Inspection (Parents invited to observe)
0900-1400 Cadet Store Open
0930-1000 Best Platoon Drill Competition (Parents invited to observe)
1000 Changing of the Flame Guard – Bronco Plaza (Families/guests are welcome to observe)
1015-1045 Best Squad Competition (Hagerman) (Parents invited to observe)
1045 Corps Forms for Parade (Summer A Uniform)
1100-1200 Parade honoring families and Constitution Day, Stapp Field
1200 New Cadet Recognition Ceremony in Hagerman Barracks (Families/guests are welcome)
1230 Free Dinner Roll Call (DRC) for cadets in good standing (Cadets only)
1230-2000 General Permit  (Summer A uniform)
1300 Mini furlough sign out for old cadets if eligible
1300-1500 SENM College Fair – Godfrey Athletic Center
1730-1820 Free SRC for Cadets in Good Standing
2000 Outdoor Movie Call – open to cadets and families (Stapp) – refreshments for sale
2300 Taps
Sunday 20 September
Uniform is Summer A all Day
Cadets are encouraged to attend the religious service of their choice
0815 Accountability Formation
0830 Collective Protestant Services – Chapel
1030 LDS cadets gather at the Bronco Statue for transportation to church
1600-1645 Bible Study – Chapel
1700 Catholic Mass in the Chapel
1715 LDS Seminary with Elders in the Chapel

 

NMMI News – Summer Edition

REPORT DATES FOR FALL 2015

  • Cadre – 1200 on 26 July
  • Early Return for Cadets on Disciplinary Probation – 1200 on 29 July (PLEASE INFORM THE COMMANDANT’S OFFICE IF YOU PLAN TO RETURN EARLY FOR DP)
  • Incoming New College Cadets – 5 August (report times by last name)
  • Incoming New High School Cadets – 6 August (report times by last name)
  • Returning Cadets – 1200 on 10 August (there WILL be training for returning cadets)

 

 

ATTENTION RETURNING CADETS

Please note that the PT / running shoe policy will change next year. Only ALL BLACK shoes will be authorized for ALL cadets. All new cadets will be issued all black New Balance shoes in the fall. The same shoes will also be available for purchase in the Cadet Store. All returning cadets must have one pair of all black running shoes that may be leather or breathable fabric. Laces, trim, etc. must be all black. “Zip high tops” and athletic shoes with exposed individual toes or with bright colored laces or trim are unauthorized. The 2015-16 Blue Book and Uniform SOP will also reflect this change.

 

WE WANT YOUR FEEDBACK!

NMMI is a member of the Association of Military Colleges and Schools of the United States (AMCSUS) which consists of 44 independent military colleges and schools (7 Senior Military Colleges, 5 Military Junior Colleges, and 30 College Preparatory Schools/Academies). While the programs offered by these schools are varied, all members share the belief that the military education model has a dramatic and positive impact on the lives of our cadets. In an effort to help our schools meet the needs of future parents, AMCSIS has created a survey directed toward parents of current military school students.

Please take a moment to answer a short survey concerning which factors played a role in your decision to send you child to NMMI: https://virginiatech.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_2bZyLof1PIADbut

There are 20 questions, and the data gathered by the anonymous surveys will be collated and returned to the individual school. The data will help NMMI’s Marketing and Admissions officers to better understand how they can help future parents with their military school decisions.

Thank you for your continued support for NMMI!

 

ANNOUNCEMENT!

Please click here to read about BG Geraci’s next position as President of the Leavenworth Regional Catholic Schools and Principal at Immaculata High School in Leavenworth, Kansas

Join NMMI in congratulating BG Geraci!

 

March/April NMMI Dispatches

Please click here to read the most recent NMMI Dispatches.

Active Shooter Drill In Progress

REMINDER:  NMMI is conducting an Active Shooter Drill today. This is the culminating event of the annual Corps of Cadets Campus Safety Training. This drill will be as realistic as possible, and will include participation by the Chaves County First Responder community. Some cadets have been selected to participate in local medical center training exercises that are being held as a part of NMMI’s drill. THIS IS ONLY A DRILL.

NMMI E-NEWS 1 MAY 2015

 

 

NMMI TO CONDUCT ACTIVE SHOOTER DRILL

On Tuesday, 5 May NMMI will conduct an Active Shooter Drill. This is the culminating event of the annual Corps of Cadets Campus Safety Training. This drill will be as realistic as possible, and will include participation by the Chaves County First Responder community. Some cadets will be selected to participate in local medical center training exercises that are being held as a part of NMMI’s drill. IT IS ONLY A DRILL.

 

CHANGE TO PT SHOE POLICY – FALL 2015

Please note that the PT / running shoe policy will change next year.  Only ALL BLACK shoes will be authorized for ALL cadets All new cadets will be issued all black New Balance shoes in the fall.  The same shoes will also be available for purchase in the Cadet Store.  All returning cadets must have one pair of all black running shoes that may be leather or breathable fabric.  Laces, logos, trim, etc. must be all black.

The 2015-16 Blue Book and Uniform SOP will also reflect this change.

 

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT NMMI DOES NOT HANDLE END OF YEAR TRANSPORTATION.

NON-GRADUATING CADETS MAY LEAVE AFTER THEIR LAST FINAL, AND FINALS END 13 MAY.  PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR CADET ON THEIR EXAM SCHEDULE

 

 

GRADUATION SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

FRIDAY 15 May 2015
Graduating Cadets MUST attend all rehearsals, inspections, and ceremonies and may only sign out on General Permit when attendance is not required at an event.
Graduating cadets may not take furlough during Finals Week
0715 Commissionees assemble in Pearson
0800-0900 Commissioning/ 2LT Bar Pinning Ceremony – Pearson
0900-0930 Commissioning Reception-Band Room
1030-1130 Baccalaureate/ Celebration of Diversity – Pearson (Mandatory for all 1st and 3rd Class Grads)
1200 Free DRC
1300 Regents Meeting (Lusk)
1500-1700 Academic, Leadership, and Physical Fitness Excellence Awards Ceremony -Pearson
1810 Free SRC
1900 Movie call – Bates – Cadets Only
SATURDAY 16 May 2015
COMMENCEMENT CEREMONIES
0630 Continental Breakfast for Corps – South Sally port of Saunders Barracks for 3rd Squadron, “Y” Room for 1st and 2nd Squadron
0800 JC Commencement – Pearson
0900-1200 Business Office Open
0915 Parents’ Club Reception for JC Graduates and Families –Band Room
1000 HS Commencement-Pearson
1115 Parents’ Club Reception for HS Graduates and Families –Band Room
1400 All Cadets must be cleared and departed from campus
GRADUTING CADETS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO TAKE FURLOUGH AFTER THEIR LAST FINAL.  THEY MAY TAKE GENERAL PERMIT AROUND REQUIRED INSPECTIONS AND EVENTS.

 

ALL CADETS MUST TURN IN THEIR LAPTOPS PRIOR TO DEPARTING CAMPUS FOR THE SEMESTER.  

A FINANCIAL HOLD FOR THE VALUE OF THE LAPTOP (APPROXIMATELY $1600) WILL BE PLACED ON THE CADET’S ACCOUNT UNTIL THE LAPTOP IS RETURNED OR THE HOLD IS PAID.  THE HOLD WILL PREVENT TRANSCRIPTS FROM BEING MAILED.

 

 

 

FROM THE REGISTRAR – END OF TERM ACTIONS

Cadets were sent the following information:

As of 4 May 2015, all transcripts for current students will be held until final grades are in the system. This is the day we turn on final grading and academic standing (Academic suspension, probation, etc.) rules go into effect. As final grades are being entered by your instructors, you (as well as your parent) may see a status such as “Academic Suspension” or “Academic Probation” in Self-Service. Be aware that the status you may see is NOT final until ALL grades have been entered and processed.

 

For all who are on a “Financial Hold” stop, transcripts and or diplomas will not be sent until that is cleared by the Business Office.

 

FOR GRADUATES:

  • If you have changed your follow-on school or have not yet notified us of your school, now is the last chance to do this. Your next school will be printed on the commencement program.
  • If you are not going to walk at graduation, let us know. We want to be sure we have the correct address to mail your diploma home.
  • JC graduates must take the CAAP test to graduate. This is not optional.
  • If grades/actions prevent you from graduating, you will receive a letter.
  • All graduate and graduate-by-transfer cadet records will be taken to the Board of Regents for approval.
  • If you have any questions, stop by our area in Lusk Hall (2nd Floor).

 

 

END OF YEAR INFIRMARY INFORMATION

Cadets must pick up any medications that are being held at the infirmary prior to leaving campus for summer break. Controlled medications must be one of the last items picked up prior to departure. Any medications left over will be sent for destruction.

 

 

FINAL GRADES, TOURS, and SUSPENSION POLICY

Cadets must complete the last scheduled day of classes and if suspended/dismissed on or before that day they will receive a WP/WF (college) or W (high school) on their transcript.

  • High school cadets will receive withdrawal grades for the gaining school to use for transfer.
  • If a cadet is suspended after the last day of classes (1530 hours), but before or during finals the cadet will receive a final grade for the class computed with a zero grade for finals not yet completed.
  • Any cadet suspended or dismissed prior to graduation will not graduate with his/her class.
  • Suspended cadets must regain good standing to receive their diploma.
  • Cadets who complete all course requirements, including final exams, will receive letter grades on their transcripts for all courses completed. However, if a cadet completes all work toward a high school diploma or associate degree but is dismissed or suspended just prior to graduation but after the last day of classes, that cadet will not receive his/her diploma or degree, nor take part in graduation. The transcript will be annotated “Met NMMI requirements for graduation. Diploma not awarded. Cadet withdrew.”
  • A cadet otherwise eligible to return to NMMI at any time, may regain “good standing” upon the recommendation of the Commandant (if deportment) or the Academic Dean (if academic) with the approval of the Superintendent/President.