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Additional Student Support Resources

Where do I send students for individualized student support? 

Veterans: Veteran Resource Center or call (505) 224-3265.

Native Americans:  Native American Task Team at (505) 224-4000 x 52626.

First generation, low-income planning to transfer to a 4 year college: TRIO Student Support Services or call (505) 224-4375.

Undocumented: Contact an Academic Coach, call (505) 224-3186.

Convicted felons: Contact an Academic Coach, call (505) 224-3186.

Low income: Contact an Academic Coach, call (505) 224-3186.

Homeless: Contact an Academic Coach, call (505) 224-3186.

Hispanic Heritage Task Team online or email connect@cnm.edu.

Global Education Office, call (505) 224-5211 or email globaleducation@cnm.edu.

How do I support incarcerated students?

Refer students to an Academic Coach or call (505) 224-3186.

How do I to support students with prior convictions who want to transfer?

Are resources available for students who deploy?

Please refer to Veteran Resource Center or call (505) 224-3265.

Is child care available on campus?

No, please refer your student to an Academic Coach, (505) 224-3186.

Are there protections for underage minor students when there is a sexual offender in the classroom?

Please contact the Dean of Students or call (505) 224-4342, toll free (800) 453-1304.

Dual-Credit Students

Who pays for dual credit student's textbooks?

Are there unique resources targeted to dual credit students?

Please refer the student to the Dual Credit Academic Coach at (505) 224-3186 or High School & Dual Credit Programs, (505) 224-3352.

Do I hold dual credit students to the same standards?

Are dual credit students required to come to class during their high school holidays?

Yes. Contact High School & Dual Credit Programs, (505) 224-3352.

How do I support a dual-credit student who wants to involve his or her parents regarding their progress in my class? 

Refer to FERPA regulations or phone Outreach at (505) 224-3352.

Academics

Do Academic Coaches take walk-ins? 

It varies, please contact an Academic Coach or call (505) 224-3186.

How does a student make an appointment with an Academic Coach?

Visit the Connect Services page and click on the link for your desired campus location. Then, follow the directions to schedule an appointment through QLess.

How do students get help with transfer?

How do students receive free tutoring?

Please refer students to the tutoring center with their CNM ID. Or have them call (505) 224-4306.

How do I help students taking a course for the third time?

It varies. Each school has its own process. Refer students to the School Achievement Coach

How do I help students find their class schedule?

Please refer student to MyCNM account, under My Courses tab.

How can I help students run his or her degree evaluation/requirements?

Use the student’s myCNM account. Click on Registration tab. Then click on Degree Works button under the Registration Links section. Have the student enter their student ID in the student ID field. Under Program Evaluation the student will see what classes are left in order to complete their degree or they may choose the What-If tab. After selecting the appropriate items in the drop-down menu, click the Process What-If tab to run an unofficial audit. 

Where do I send students for a degree audit?

Please refer them to Connect Services. Or you may also guide your student to their myCNM account. Have your student click on Registration tab. Then click on Degree Works button under Registration Links. Have the student enter their student ID in the student ID field. Under Program Evaluation the student will see what classes are left in order to complete the degree or they may choose the What-If tab. After selecting the appropriate items from the drop downs, click the Process What-If tab to run an unofficial audit. 

How do students apply for the graduation ceremony and when?

Refer to student’s MyCNM account under the Graduation tab. Under Graduation Process, choose desired information

Or Contact CNM or call (505) 224-3000 then press 0.

Or contact the Student Activities Office or call (505) 224-3238.

Where do students receive copies of their Official Transcripts?

From Academic Records or call (505) 224-3160. Students can request their transcripts online through the Parchment system.

Where do students receive copies of their Unofficial Transcripts?

Refer student to MyCNM account under the Student tab. Under My Records choose View/Print Unofficial Transcript.

Where is the grade option shown on a student’s schedule?

Please refer student to MyCNM account under the Registration tab. Under Registration Tools, select Change class options.

Or Contact CNM or call (505) 224-3000 then press 0.

Where does a student find the definition of audit and withdrawal?

Contact CNM or call (505) 224-3000 then press 0 or check the CNM Catalog.

Where does a student find the definitions for credit courses and non-credit courses?

Contact CNM or call (505) 224-3000 then press 0 or check the CNM Catalog.

Is there a glossary where students find definitions to common CNM terms and policies?

Contact CNM or call (505) 224-3000 then press 0 or check the CNM Catalog.

How does a student know when their classes begin? 

Login to MyCNM under the registration tab. Select view/print schedule. The class start date will be listed.

How do I help students read the Schedule of Classes? 

Assist the student or refer to an Academic Coach, (505) 224-3186.

What are common mistakes students make regarding the Schedule of classes? 

Understanding T/R = Tuesday and Thursday classes.

Understanding TBA = To Be Announced.

Understanding what building and room their class is held. 

Understanding the date their class starts.   

Please help the student understand these common errors or refer them to Contact CNM or call (505) 224-3000 then press 0.

There is also a list of Acronyms page.

Where do I find information about Programs of Study?

Please refer to the Programs of Study A to Z page.

Or Contact CNM or call (505) 224-3000 then press 0.

What should students do if they fail a class?