Eastern New Mexico University, in cooperation with the Clovis Municipal Schools, forms a branch campus to offer evening college level courses at Clovis High School.
Clovis voters support a property tax levy, reaffirmed in 1987, to provide local operating funds for the campus.
The campus moves to the former Eugene Field Elementary School building and adds vocational courses.
Citizens of Clovis support a $2.4 million bond issue to construct a new campus on 25 acres of land donated in 1970 by the late Ervin Schepps. The bond issue, combined with state and federal funds, provides $5.5 million dollars.
Groundbreaking ceremonies launch the beginning of construction.
Clovis Community College offers its first classes at the new campus.
Vocational programs are held at the new campus.
A student activities center is completed.
A $1.7 million computer facility is completed.
Clovis Community College adds an instructional facility for art and general classrooms.
By supporting an additional one mill tax levy, Clovis Voters approve the formation of a locally-governed,
locally-controlled community college, which drops the branch campus relationship with ENMU, and statutorily creates Clovis Community College.
Classroom South is completed.
A $1.4 million expansion of the Skills Development Center and new classrooms begins.
Phase 6-Nursing/Rad Tech.
Center for Student Success is built.
Workforce Training Center partnership.
Dr. W.D. Dabbs Library opens.
Allied Health Center opens for Fall Term.