Coordinated Program Entry

CNM programs labeled "Coordinated Entry" require a Pre-Registration Screening process prior to entry. You must complete an online Pre-Registration Screening Form before becoming eligible to register for program courses.

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The School of Health, Wellness & Public Safety reserves the right to make changes to the screening dates and number of seats available as necessary based on the COVID-19 mandates.

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Beginning with the Fall 2021 catalog, the MATH 1100 Series will no longer satisfy the mathematics general education requirement for Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree programs. This means you will need to complete MATH 1130- Survey of Mathematics or higher in order to meet the New Mexico General Education Core AAS Math requirements.

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COVID-19 Updates

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, things are rapidly changing. Please continue to monitor the Coordinated Program Entry pages for updates.

  • The ATI TEAS exam is now being offered online and can be taken from home on your personal computer. For questions regarding the TEAS exam please contact the Assessment Center at attesting@cnm.edu or call (505) 224-3243.
  • For guidance on next steps regarding course planning, please contact Advisement to speak with an advisor.
  • For questions regarding the HESI A2 exam, please contact the CNM Workforce Training Center at wtctesting@cnm.edu or call (505) 224-5206.

Learn About the Registration Process

Incoming Registrants

If you are interested in registering into a Coordinated Entry Program, you must fill out a Pre-Registration Screening Form. Forms will be available during specific time frames which are posted on each program page. The Pre-Registration Screening Form will screen you on the following criteria.

  • Required prerequisite course work
  • Grade Point Average (GPA)
  • Entrance exam scores (if applicable)
  • Licensing (if applicable)

To learn more about screening criteria, visit the Screening Criteria and Guidelines page.

To learn more about seating selection for approved applicants, visit the Selection and Registration Process page.

After you submit a form and meet the minimum requirements, you will be notified of the specific date and time to register for your program. You will have an equal opportunity to register. However, seats are limited and enrollment is not guaranteed. For information and updates on specific program criteria and deadlines, visit the individual program pages.

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Please contact HWPS Front Office at (505) 224-4111 for more information.