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Adult Basic Education (ABE)

All classes will be held online for the Fall Session. 

Fall registration will be starting soon. Please check back for updated information. 

The Fall 2020 session A will begin September 14, 2020 through October 18, 2020.

New and Returning students must attend a virtual orientation. Fall dates will be posted soon. 

Please contact us if you have questions by phone (505) 224-4282 or email at SageAbeStaff@cnm.edu

If you would like to be notified for Fall registration please send an email with you name and contact information to sageabestaff@cnm.edu or to Rebecca at rmartinez24@cnm.edu

If you would like to have a Zoom Meeting with the Achievement Coach Rebecca Martinez, please contact her at rmartinez24@cnm.edu


ABE Program Areas

Through CNM's Adult Basic Education (ABE) Program, you can take classes in the following areas:

The HSE Program provides classes and tutoring to students preparing to take the GED or HiSET exams. 

ABE Program

The ABE Program provides a pathway that can lead to success in college, careers, and the community. Our program acknowledges and utilizes the experience, wisdom, and needs of adult learners. Our mission emphasizes educational and intellectual growth, affordability and accessibility, and the potential for positive life-changes for you.

Our goal is to help you identify and achieve basic educational goals. To do that, we offer affordable non-credit classes in basic reading, writing, math, science, social studies, and English as a Second Language. These classes can help you prepare for higher education, job advancement, and personal fulfillment.

The ABE program is a separate non-college credit component of CNM. You will receive the same services and benefits as other CNM students. However, ABE students do not follow the traditional admission or registration process and are not eligible for financial aid.

If you are under 16, you are not admitted to Adult Basic Education classes. If you are 16 or 17 years old, you must have an underage permission form from the school district that you last attended:

Albuquerque Public Schools
6400 Uptown Blvd. NE
(505) 855-9042

Rio Rancho Public Schools
500 Laser Rd.
(505) 896-0667

For all other school districts, contact your superintendent’s office.

The ABE program is a part of the School of Adult & General Education (SAGE) at CNM.

Attendance

A student who misses the first class meeting and has not contacted the instructor, or who misses two consecutive class meetings in the first week may be dropped from the course.

Students who are dropped by an instructor for non-attendance will be notified at their CNM e-mail address.

https://www.cnm.edu/student-resources/academic-records/academic-records-list/attendance

Student Code of Conduct

Students are expected to be respectful, polite, and fully engaged in learning. All students must abide by the CNM Student Code of Conduct which includes both academic and non-academic guidelines. Please visit the Dean of Students webpage at the link below for more information.

https://www.cnm.edu/depts/dean-of-students/student-code-of-conduct