Central New Mexico Community College, CNM, was established as Albuquerque Technical Vocational Institute in 1965 and was given its' present name in 2006. Programs are offered at the certificate and associate degree level in Applied Technologies, Business & Information Technology, Communication, Humanities & Social Sciences, Health, Wellness & Public Safety, Educational & Career Advancement, and Mathematics, Science & Engineering. The college courses can be transferred to four year universities in many of the arts and science disciplines. In addition to classroom teaching facilities, the college also has distance learning options.
Central New Mexico Community College has many student clubs and organizations including the Artworks Art Club, the Culinary Competition Club, the International Business Club, and The Organization of Paralegal Students. There is also a separate club for students with disabilities known as Club Possibilities. Financial aid is available in the form of grants, loans, and scholarships for deserving students.
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