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Central New Mexico Community College

Natural Beauty, Perks, and Affordability in Central New Mexico

As a two-year community college, Central New Mexicos tuition and fees are among the most affordable in the US. It offers associate degrees and certificates in more than 100 programs of study. Course credits and programs are transferable to bachelors degree programs at four-year colleges and universities.

A standout program at the college is the Fast Track Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree in Business Administration, which can be earned in less than two years. This program is designed for working professionals, with courses offered during the evenings and online.

A team of faculty from the School of Business & Information Technology share their industry expertise and follow a competency-based education approachevaluating students based on one skill at a time. Program perks include a laptop, E-books for courses, dinner during in-person evening classes, and dedicated support and mentorship during the program and after graduation. 

Read more about CNM via their International Student Guide.

School Details


Albuquerque, NM

Institution Type


Campus Setting

8 modern campus locations in addition to online course offerings

English language Exam(s) accepted

TOEFL=61 or higher, IELTS=6.0 or higher and CEFR=B2

Minimum Age for Admission


Prior Work Experience Required


Link(s) to Admission Information

Admissions Deadline


Fixed Admissions Deadline

July 1st (Fall), November 1st (Spring)

Annual Tuition & Fees

$4,000 USD

Annual Room & Board

Off-Campus ONLY est. $14,232 USD

Links to info on Financial Aid

% of students receiving Financial Aid

50% for eligible domestic students

Types of Housing

Various types available

Undergrad Enrollment


% of International Students (Undergraduate)


Top Programs/Field of Study

Business & Information Technologies, Transferable Associate degrees, Applied Technologies/Trades, Health Sciences

Notable Alumni

Honorable William J.J. Platero; Navajo Nations Judge & Dr. Sydney Gunthorpe; CNM Vice President of Academic Affairs, Andy Lim; founder of LAVU and poet Jessica Helen Lopez

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