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Central New Mexico Community College New Mexico CCAbove all else, our mission at CNM is to help students succeed in whatever educational or workforce training endeavor they might be seeking. CNM’s tuition rates are low for college-credit classes and free for occupational and developmental courses at New Mexico’s second-largest postsecondary institution.

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Clovis Community College

Logo-Clovis CCClovis Community Colleges was originally established in 1961 as a branch campus of Eastern New Mexico University. It became a locally-controlled, locally-governed independent community college upon approval of district voters in 1990. The college now occupies approximately 100 acres of land with a modern $25 million facility, including the Dr. W. D. Dabbs Library and the Dr. H. A. Miller Student Services Center.

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Luna Community College

Logo- Luna CCLuna Community College is the only comprehensive community college in northeastern New Mexico. As a two-year institution of higher education, LCC offers over 30 areas of study and enjoys an outstanding reputation for its caliber of facilities, teaching methods, curricula and dedication to excellence.

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Mesalands Community College

Logo-Mesalands Community CollegeMesalands Community College’s general education courses are included in the New Mexico Higher Education Department matrix of courses for articulation among two- and four-year colleges in the state. Students from Mesalands Community College have been successful in transferring credits and making the transition into four-year colleges in the state.

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New Mexico Junior College

Logo-New Mexico Junior CollegeFounded in 1965, New Mexico Junior College, located just north of Hobbs in the southeastern corner of the state, enjoys the distinction of being the first junior college built after the 1963 Junior College Act was signed into law. Groundbreaking for the administration and science buildings, as well as two vocational-technical buildings, was held February 1966. In September, NMJC opened its doors to 728 students.

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New Mexico Military Institute

Logo-New Mexico Military InstituteNMMI is the only state-supported, nationally accredited, fully integrated co-educational college preparatory four-year high school and two-year university parallel junior college in the United States. Serving the educational needs of a diverse student population, the Institute has high admissions standards that yearly result in an enrollment of students who come from more than 40 states, the District of Columbia, and over 13 foreign nations.

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San Juan College

Logo-San Juan CollegeWith the declaration to “Get Smart,” San Juan College urges its constituency to improve their lives through education. The College serves the community through academic, occupational and community service programs. The College was founded in 1956 with the commitment that anyone with a desire to succeed should have access to higher education.

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Santa Fe Community College

Logo-Santa Fe Community CollegeSanta Fe Community College (SFCC) is a public, two-year community college located in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The college offers 65 degree and certificate programs and caters to the academic, career and personal-enrichment needs of local residents, businesses, government and public service organizations. The school enrolls more than 14,500 students, individual credit and non-credit per year. More than 315 full-time and approximately 400 part-time employees work at SFCC.

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Western New Mexico University

Logo-WNMULocated in Silver City, New Mexico, Western New Mexico University has served the people of the state of New Mexico and its surrounding areas as a comprehensive, regional, rural, public coeducational university since 1893 and caters to a student body diverse in age, culture, language and ethnic background. More than 3,200 students attend WNMU’s five campuses in Silver City, Lordsburg, Deming, Truth or Consequences, and Gallup

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SFCC Campus Closed Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe Higher Education Center, William C. Witter Fitness Education Center and Kids Campus are closed through the end of the Spring Semester in response to coronavirus (COVID-19).

Many classes are transitioning to an online learning environment and limited student services are available.

Get more details on the SFCC COVID-19 webpage.