Student FAQs

FAQs regarding COVID-19, as it relates to CNM students.

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If you have a question not answered on this page, check out Student Services and Online Learning or submit your question to us.

Are CNM on-campus classes being held as usual?
For Fall 2020, the majority of classes and contact with CNM support services will be remote/online. Only come to campus if your class requires it (you will receive instructions). Read about Fall 2020's Modes of Instruction and CNM's Return to Campus Plan.

Can I still apply to CNM?

Yes. You can still apply for admission to CNM. In most cases, you’ll be notified of your admitted status upon submitting the completed application. We’ll also email/mail your Official Admission Letter once your application status has been reviewed and confirmed.

If you have questions about the process, please email If you need to send us documents that are not electronic, we encourage you to scan or take a photograph of it and email it to us.   

During this time, please understand that email response may take longer than usual due to the higher volume of email communications across the College. We will do our best to respond as quickly as possible.

Are there resources to help me buy a computer?

Yes. Please visit our web page on this topic.

Are my Veteran GI Bill® benefits affected by switching from in-person to online classes?

A new law, recently passed, allows the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to continue providing your current level of education benefits even if your classes have switched from in-person to online. The same monthly housing allowance payments for resident training will continue until December 21, 2020, or until CNM returns to normal operations for in-person classes. 

No action is required from students using Veterans benefits. Currently, the CNM Veteran Services is getting detailed information to make sure GI Bill® benefits continue during modified operations. 

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