Photo Gallery: College Day 2019
During guided tours, the students explored Main Campus, participated in up-close and hands-on activities with faculty members that showcased programs.

Photo Gallery: College Day 2019

College Day is a campus-wide effort to engage high school students, inform them about the wide variety of programs and resources available to them at CNM, and to let them experience what a college campus is all about.
February 06, 2019

If you were on Main Campus on Feb.1, then you probably noticed the throngs of high school students exploring the college. CNM hosted upwards of 2,000 high school students for our annual College Day, the largest recruitment event of the year.

CNM schools set up interactive, informative booths that provided the high school students with first-hand insights into the programs and the careers they feed. 

Below are a few photos of College Day 2019. Enjoy!


The Culinary Arts program hosted a foodie-themed game of Jeopardy and provided tasty treats to many rounds of high schoolers on College Day.


The School of Applied Technologies took over the TC Parking lot to engage and inform prospective CNM students on various programs, including the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (drone technology) program.


A CNM Carpentry instructor and associate dean prep nails for an interactive activity in the TC parking lot.


Experts from CNM's HackerSpace demonstrated the applications of robotics and LED animation in the Smith Brasher Hall lobby. 


High school students embraced the opportunity to engage in interactive activities all around Main Campus.


The team from FUSE MakerSpace demonstrated how a 3D printer operates and its applications for real-life projects. 


Students and faculty from CNM's Exercise Science program were out on the Student Resource Center lawn with a live demonstration of a strength and cardio class. 


The visiting high school students submitted surveys about what their fields of interests might be here at CNM in the future. 


CNM's Truck Driving students wait to inform the next round of high schoolers on College Day.