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Eagle ID Card

The Eagle ID Card is the official identification card carried by students, faculty, and staff at Northern New Mexico College. You need your Eagle ID Card to:

  • Checkout books and other resources at the library
  • Purchase books using financial aid at the bookstore
  • Use the gym
  • Get into Northern home games for FREE

Where do I get my Eagle ID Card?
You can get your Eagle ID Card in the Advisement Center (located in the administration building).

What do I need to get my Eagle ID Card?
You will need a copy of your current class schedule to get your Eagle ID Card. Faculty and staff will need to know their Eagle ID number. Everyone’s first Eagle ID Card is free. Replacement cards are $5 (payable to the NNMC Cashier’s Office; receipt required to receive a replacement ID card).

Do I need to get a new Eagle ID Card every semester?
No. You will be issued an Eagle ID card upon admission to NNMC. Each semester thereafter, you will simply update your Eagle ID card with a sticker that indicates the current semester. You can visit the Advisement Center to receive an updated sticker. You must present a copy of your current class schedule to receive a sticker. 

Call (505) 747-2244
Email eagle.tech@nnmc.edu

Northern offers over 50 bachelor's, associate and certificate programs in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math); Nursing and Health Sciences; Liberal Arts and Humanities; Arts, Film & Media; Business Administration; Teacher Education and Technical Trades.
Northern New Mexico College is the most affordable 4-year college in the Southwestern US. Choose us for our value, our quality degree and continuing education programs in diverse areas of study, and our experienced faculty. We provide students with unique opportunities for academic, personal, and professional growth, small class sizes, personalized attention, and strong hands-on experiences from day one.
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.