Northern IT Services


Students, parents, and educators use communication and information technologies to enhance and expand the traditional role of education at Northern.

The basic goal of education, to prepare students for life-long learning and success, has not changed.  However, the tools and instructional methods to achieve these goals have advanced dramatically.

Computers, networks, and wide-area communications offer tremendous opportunities for students and educators to improve life within our community and to link to the world outside.

Northern New Mexico College has the responsibility to develop curriculum and instructional methods enriched with new technologies, and to train students and teachers to become proficient users of these technologies.


Jimi Montoya
IT Director
Office: 505-747-2139
Cell: 505-901-0697

Gerald Wheeler
Banner Systems Administrator
Office:  505-747-2149
Cell: 505-901-2029

Juan Gallegos
Windows Systems/Information Security Administrator
Office: 505-747-5037
Cell: 505-692-3810

Chris Trujillo
Lead IT Specialist
Office:  505-747-5414
Cell: 505-927-3595

Deborah Trujillo
IT Manager/Web Administrator
Office: 505-747-2259
Cell: 505-423-4913

Ivan Maestas
IT Technician
Office: 505-747-2252
Cell: 505-927-0003

Monica Sanchez
IT Technician
Office: 505-747-2189


EagleTech (Location NNMC Library)
Student Technical Support and Tutoring
Office: 505-747-2224

Choose us for our value, our quality degree and continuing education programs in diverse areas of study, our experienced faculty, and NORTHERN provides students with unique opportunities for academic, personal and professional growth. “You will have personalized attention, something difficult to get at larger colleges. We provide strong hands-on experiences from day one.” –Dr. Ivan Lopez, Dean, College of Engineering & Technology
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.