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El Rito Campus

The El Rito Campus is home to the El Rito Normal School Alumni archives, memorial and orchard, and continues to be a center for community activities.

Alumni Hall is available year-round for Alumni events and other activities, including the monthly (3rd Thursday) New Mexico Food Depot distribution. The El Rito Water Association office is housed in Delgado Hall, and properties on and near campus are offered for rental to the El Rito community.

The El Rito campus grounds and park are open to the public daily from 7am to 10 pm.

Upcoming campus renovations include the restoration of the Delgado Hall roof and the installation of an automated gate on the south main entrance to improve security of campus grounds and properties.

For more information, please contact Hope Vigil at 575.581.4100.

Heritage Art Classes move to Northern's Espanola Campus

Rio Grande Style Weaving and Spanish Colonial Woodcarving, two of Northern's Heritage Arts classes, have move to the Española campus. Both classes are up and running in the bright new state-of-the-art workshop spaces in the Arts Annex building.

LEARN MORE about Continuing Education at Northern
on the Community & Continuing Education page.
For more information: Please contact Cecilia Romero, 505-747-5477 and cromero@nnmc.edu

For more information about for-credit Bulto- and Retablo-Making, Tinsmithing, Weaving and Woodworking as part of Northern's Southwest Heritage Arts Program (Associate of Arts), please contact Fine Arts at 505-747-2295.

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The Northern Foundation remains committed to stimulate leadership, promote equity, and grow resources and philanthropy in the Española Valley and surrounding rural areas. Over the past twenty years, we have granted $1.3 million to support over 1,250 NNMC students.