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Central New Mexico Community College is a very nice campus to start off a college career. The Campus is always being renovated with new technology. The staff is very helpful in assisting each student reach their educational goals. The school makes it easy to transfer to the Univ. of New Mexico. I have attended two previous community college institutions and CNM is the best one I have attended.
The content is challenging yet enough support and tutoring available to assist students. The instructors are there to guide and answer questions beyond classroom time to assist students in achieving goals.The Disability Resource Center is an excellent resource for those who have a need. The other fantastic program support is TRIO Student Support Services which assists undeserved populations to graduate from CNM to transfer to a university! I will transfer in the fall because of their assistance.
The Central New Mexico Community College is a place in which a person, no matter of race, religion, or age can enroll in classes and begin their journey towards higher education. By attending the Central New Mexico Community College, students are able to achieve their education at a fraction of the cost of a 4 year institution. After they complete their Associates degree, students are able to transfer into other universities to complete their bachelors degree. Community colleges help to create opportunity and equality in education.
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The concern they have for the new students. Freshmans are discriminated against
i had concerns and was on the verge of being homeless and they denied me help because I was a freshman
Ive had a great experience at CNM Westside. The campus is very clean, its very quiet and not a lot of people. The faculty and staff are very friendly and helpful, I havent had and bad experiences with any teachers.
I love CNM, I have been attending since I was a high school senior. There are many accessible campuses throughout the city and even the next town for student convenience. Campus is always clean and taken care of and the professors really care about your success.
I really like this college. I am a beginning freshman and it was very exciting to step into the classroom and to meet the diverse students in class. The instructors are very helpful and nice. I have no complaints about this school. I highly recommend to attend.
At CNM theres a friendly environment. The Professors are amazing by offering multiple ways to help students academicly. The staff is very kind, respectful, and ready to help! The tutoring staff is excilent, they take time to truly help you and find different ways of explaintion to help!
CNM is a great school because it's very affordable and its a great jumping block to UNM. All of my classes will transfer over to UNM this fall with no problem. The classes are typically no more than 30 students, so it's really interactive and easy to learn. The instructors are also very good, many of them even teach at UNM, so it's as if you're getting the same education as a UNM student would but at a much more affordable price. There's also three different campuses in Albuquerque, so no matter where you live, it's not going to be a long commute.
I have had some very excellent professors at CNM, but also a few that are too harsh. They have tended to be both extremes, so I recommend the college, but also to drop a class if the professor is over the top, so that you can re-register with one of the really good instructors. I have attended multiple colleges and universities over the years and so this contrast of teaching styles is what stands out to me at CNM. The campuses are quite lovely, especially the Montoya campus which is next to a park and in view of the Sandia Mountains. The buildings are kept up very well and the office is efficient and accurate with money and records.
The professors will help you that way you can understand the material and pass their class. The staff is also really friendly and welcoming.
I like the ratio of students to professors. The class sizes are small enough for student/professor interaction and it's easy to get to know classmates. I would recommend CNM to anyone wanting a good education without a big university atmosphere.
I think every one at CNM is very helpful and does their very best to see you succeed. CNM gave me the best college experience starting college.
My experience at CNM is great. Staff are all helpful when they are needed. The small classes make it easier to have one on one with instructors.
I love CNM and the staff. Everyone is so nice at all the sites. The instructors are wonderful! The programs they offer on campus and online is great!!
Great teachers, great education, and very affordable. The teachers work hard to make sure you succeed. They are very helpful and try their best to help you pass. CNM is also very helpful with your individual financial situation and will work with you to afford classes.
CNM is a great school to start off at here in Albuquerque, the campus is a fair size and everyone is very helpful. Since it is a community college all the classes are smaller compared to a university so that makes for better 1 on 1 teacher to student interaction. CNM also offeres some free general parking which is great for college students who are struggling financially.
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CNMCC has been an out-standing college to attend. They offer tons of relevant degrees and send links to current jobs in your chosen field. The instructors are friendly and go above and beyond to help their students be successful. They provide a multitude of resources for their students and the campus environment is relaxing and set up so that maximum focus can be put towards learning.
CNM is a great, cheap way to get a lot of classes out of the way before transferring to a 4 year institution. So far all my teachers have been fairly good and very willing to talk.
The class size is small so there is plenty of one-on-one with the professors. Campus is a good size but not so big that you can't walk across it quickly.
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