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March SAC News


Franklin Student Assistance Center has moved to Luna Hall!! Please feel free to stop by & tour our new home!

 

The Spring Family Open House is Saturday, March 14 starting at 7 a.m. in VMV Hall. SAC Counselors will be there to meet with you, answer your questions and participate as part of the interview team that afternoon.

 

NMMI’s Franklin Student Assistance Center will host the ACT ASPIRE test for all 5th class cadets on April 8, and 6th class cadets on April 9, 2015. The test will begin @ 8 a.m. in Cahoon Armory. This test replaces the ACT PLAN and EXPLORE that were given in previous years. The ACT ASPIRE is a paper/pencil test. Laptops, tablets and cell phones will not be allowed. For more information, see your SAC Advisor.

 

Attention Parents of High School Seniors/Third Class Cadets

A Spring Senior Parent Microsoft Power Point is available for your viewing pleasure called “The Transition from High School to College” – The Freshman Journey.

The power point is geared for viewing by all parents of a high school senior who dread the realization that a son or daughter is soon leaving home for college or the military. It’s an informational piece that helps parents understand how to let go – sort of a parent’s guide to understanding the college years.

If you are interested in viewing the Microsoft Power Point right away you can either call 575-624-8375 or email requesting a copy. An email address is necessary for the request to reach you right away.

HAPPENING at this time with Senior Class 2014;

  • BYU online for transfer of  credits deadline approaching
  • ACT/SAT test- Last ACT test is April 12, 2014 (need test results for graduation purpose)
  • Graduation Checks with Registrar (good standing or on trek to graduate May 24th)
  • Re- enrollment for return to NMMI and Junior College two-year program
  • ALEKS math completion/Challenge exams
  • Academic Assistance, Night Study and Mandatory Math Lab participation continuation
  • Early morning tutoring with class teacher advised and required
  • Deportment tours and demerits/ marching and using tour credit to get rid of demerits
  • Senior Class Favorites
  • Senior Class Dinner Wednesday, 23 April

If you have any questions or concerns regarding your son or daughter’s academic success or graduation plan, call or write anytime.

LTC Maria Carmen Gonzalez                        575-624-8375           gonzalez@nmmi.edu