I would recommend this college to people who are going into the Criminal Justice field. I did all of my Criminal Justice classes online because the college and I are in different cities. I would still choose to go to this college is I had to do it again. The main thing to consider about going into their online programs are whether you are dedicated enough to do the classwork without having a teacher there to supervise you and without having physical classes you have to go to. One of the major cons of this college is that every department has no idea what is going on in other departments. I have mailed in information that has been lost in transit from one department to another, and I cannot tell you how many times they have lost my transcripts from my other schools. Also, you have to go to the school to sign for yoru financial aid check, and if you cannot do that, you are stuck waiting until they mail it out. By that time, many of the needed books are gone and you have to buy them online. The staff is very friendly and that is the biggest pro. They are understanding and most of them check their emails everyday so you never fall behind if you have a question that needs to be answered before you can start an assignment. I think the main thing people should know about this college is that the surrounding city is not tiny. I always thought it was, but it is big enough to keep a college student from becoming bored. Overall this school was the best school for me to go to.
Overall WNMU is a nice small school. The Math and CS professors are friendly and don't mind you stopping into their offices and asking for help.
Unless you have a car, doing anything off campus is a drag. Silver City doesn't have a bus system like big cities do. The football field, for instance, isn't anywhere near campus, so without a car you'll need to hitch a ride. WNMU has nice racquet ball courts. But if you can get off campus, it is in a really pretty area.
The campus itself is small and very hilly. The cafeteria food was good. So if you don't mind being stuck on/near campus all the time life is good at WNMU.