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DUAL ENROLLMENT PROCESS CNM DUAL ENROLLMENT (Checklist)

  • Complete CNM ADMISSIONS
  1. Go to www.cnm.edu
  2. Under Registration Bar- Click on “High School Age Programs”
  3. Click on “Dual Credit Program”
  4. Click on “Register Now” or “Register for Dual Credit”
  5. Click on “apply to CNM”
  6. Click on “apply online”
  7. In the “Create a Login” box- enter your APS id#
  8. In the “Create a PIN” box enter birth date (MMDDYY)
  9. Click login
  10. Application Type- Dual Credit (HS only)
  11. Admission Term
  12. Fill out application
  13. Click on Application is Complete
  14.  Forms and a Signature page will print
  15. Write down assigned CNM ID# from form- this will be your CNM id# for as long as you take classes at CNM
  16. Signature page to be signed by parents and student (the STARS id# is your APS id#)
  17. Forms must be brought to CNM admissions counter to be processed within 5 days

 

  • CNM ID#  ________________________  (write it here and put it in your phone)

 

  • CREATE myCNM ACCOUNT
  1. Click on “My CNM”
  2. Click on look up username “here”
  3. Plug in CNM ID# and Date of Birth
  4. Write in text in security box as it appears (do NOT use spaces)
  5. Click “Submit”- will give you a username
  6. Save Username
  7. Your Password is your CNM id# plus 6 digits of birthday (MMDDYY)
  8. Click “Login”

 

  • Complete ONLINE ORIENTATION
  1. Go to myCNM account and login
  2. Click on student tab
  3. Click on Mandatory Orientation on bottom right
  4. Click “Launch Orientation”
  5. At the end you will be asked to enter your name, date of birth, and CNM ID#.

 

  • Take ACCUPLACER ASSESSMENT*

The ACCUPLACER Assessment can be taken at Assessment Services on Main (224-3243), Westside, or Montoya campuses.   No appointment is needed, but you will need your CNM ID# and a photo id.  Takes about 1-2 hours.

*students who took the ACCUPLACER before being admitted into CNM, or under a non-CNM ID#,  will need to bring a copy of their scores, and a photo ID, to the testing center at CNM to have scores saved under new CNM ID# once admitted.  Students can also use ACT/SAT scores by bringing a copy, their CNM id#, and a photo id to one of the Assessment Centers.

 

CNM CLASS REGISTRATION

  • Find classes
  1. Your ACCUPLACER scores will determine what classes you are eligible to take
  2. If you know the CRN# - skip to “register for Classes.
  3. Go to www.cnm.edu and click under Student Resources bar- click “Schedule of Classes”
  4. Scroll through course offerings by department
  5. Find the CRN# for the course you want to take
  6. Meet with a CNM academic Advisor if you need help choosing or knowing what you are eligible to take- make an appointment at 224-4321

 

  • Register for Classes
  1. Login to myCNM account
  2. Go to top tab labeled “Registration/Grades”
  3. Click on “Register Here (add/drop classes)”
  4. Click on add/drop class
  5. Select a term and submit
  6. Enter course number and “submit changes”- should tell you if you are added to class (can drop a class here as well if before the drop date)
  7. Go back to the “Registration/Grades” tab in MY CNM and click on Current Schedule to print a copy of your schedule
  8. Bring schedule to counselor

 

  • Getting Textbooks

1.  Do not go to the CNM Bookstores to pick up your dual credit textbooks or your high school bookroom to pick up your dual credit textbooks.

2. Your textbooks will be available within a week of when you register.

3. You will pick them up at the Dual Credit Bookroom at the Montgomery Complex (3315 Louisiana NE, Albuquerque), Hours- 7:30a – 3:30p.

4. Contact your textbook representative before you go to the Dual Credit Bookroom to make sure they are ready to pick up. CNM: Valerie Valdez (valerie.valdez@aps.edu ; 848-8891)

 

 

Every 3 credits at CNM/UNM = 1.0 elective credits in high school.    Students can NO LONGER take Fitness classes free of charge for high school credit.

Classes are FREE and students can check out books from Montgomery Complex (3315 Louisiana NE)- FREE of charge.  Those books must be returned to the district office upon completion of the course.

Upon completion of the semester, CNM/UNM forwards grades of students taking classes to the high school to be put directly onto the high school transcripts.  ALL grades will go on the transcript, INCLUDING “F”s!  If a student wants to drop a class, they must do so with the college before the drop deadline. 

Dual Credit grades WILL affect the overall GPA of a college student and WILL have an impact on Lottery scholarship eligibility of a 2.5 gpa.

DUAL ENROLLMENT PROCESS UNM DUAL ENROLLMENT (Checklist)

Admission Requirements

These are the minimum requirements for admission to the Dual Credit/Concurrent Enrollment Program. Individual high schools may require higher qualifications before certifying and recommending a student. Meeting the criteria listed does not mean that the
student will be automatically admitted to the Concurrent Enrollment or Dual Credit Programs. In all cases the final admission determination will be made by the Vanessa G. Harris, Director of Advisement.

  1.  The student must be a high school junior or senior.
  2.  The student must have the certification and unconditional recommendation of the high school as well as proof of parental consent prior to participation.
  3.  Download and fill out the UNM Admission application Click here
  4.  Download and complete State Request Form
  5. Bring official high school transcript
  6. Complete the Student Information Release Proxy Form

Must Meet: minimum quantitative requirement one or more of the guidelines listed below:

  • Cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or better on a 4.00 scale for 9th, 10th, and 11th grades in subjects counted toward graduation - OR -
  • Class rank in top 25%, and a minimum grade point average of 2.25 on a 4.0 scale - OR -
  •  An ACT composite score of 23 or an SAT total score f 1060 and a minimum grade point average of 2.25 on a 4.0 scale.

Students who have attended a non-accredited /non-approved high school or home school may apply for Concurrent Enrollment; however, they must meet the ACT or SAT requirement to be eligible.

Additional information can be located on the UNM website: http://advisement.unm.edu/dual-enrollment/ DUAL

Click here for : Dual Credit checklist

DUAL CREDIT TEXTBOOK CHECK OUT/CHECK IN PROCESS

 INSTRUCTIONS FOR CNM AND UNM DUAL CREDIT STUDENTS

Getting Textbooks/Distribution

1. Register as soon as possible. Textbooks will be available within a week when you register during academic term.

2. During term intersession, find out when your textbooks will be ready by filling out our online form.

 

3. WE ARE LOCATED AT LIBRARY SERVICES & INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS. Address: 930-B Oak Street SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106 (west of the CNM Main Campus). Telephone: 848-8897 Hours: Monday – Friday: 7:30am – 3:30pm. ***MAP/DIRECTIONS ARE ON PAGE 2

4. Do not go to the CNM/UNM bookstores or your high school bookroom for your dual credit textbooks.

5. BEFORE YOU PICKUP YOUR TEXTBOOKS, FIND OUT IF THE TEXTBOOKS ARE READY. Fill out the quick online form or type the below URL into a browser: http://www.aps.edu/libraries/textbooks/aps-dual-credit-textbook-inquiry-form **Inquiries are answered within 24 hours during the business week and the following Monday/Tuesday for weekend submissions.

6. If not picked up within 30 days of registering for classes, textbooks will be reassigned to other students.

7. If you need to contact your dual credit textbook representatives:

CNM students at HIGH SCHOOLS STARTING WITH LETTERS A – M : Angela Artiaga (gallegos_ang@aps.edu ; 848-8894) CNM students at HIGH SCHOOLS STARTING WITH LETTERS N – W and UNM students: Valerie Valdez (valerie.valdez@aps.edu ; 848-8891)

 

Returning Books/Collection:

All dual credit textbooks and materials must be returned to Library Services

whenever you withdraw, drop, or complete the course(s). If you do not return all dual credit textbooks, you will be charged replacement fees. For lost or damaged textbooks, contact the dual credit textbook location at 848-8897 to make arrangements for your payment.

Schedule Change/Late Registration/Late Start Classes:

If you register late or your schedule changes, contact your dual credit textbook representative by filling out the online form OR via email: CNM students at HIGH SCHOOLS STARTING WITH LETTERS A – M : Angela Artiaga (gallegos_ang@aps.edu ; 848-8894) CNM students at HIGH SCHOOLS STARTING WITH LETTERS N – W and UNM students: Valerie Valdez (valerie.valdez@aps.edu ; 848-8891)

Inquiries are answered within 24 hours during the business week and the following Monday/Tuesday for weekend submissions.

 

Wrong Textbook/Textbook Change:

1. If you receive the wrong textbook or textbooks for any reason, fill out the online form.

Inquiries are answered within 24 hours during the business week and the following Monday/Tuesday for weekend submissions.

2. You will be notified when the corrected textbooks are ready for pickup. You must return your original textbooks at the time you receive the corrected textbooks.

Important Information:

All dual credit textbooks are APS property. If you do not return all dual credit textbooks, you will be charged replacement fees. Current policies regarding fines and lost materials fees for Instructional Materials (see http://www.aps.edu/libraries/about-us/policies-and-procedural-directives/procedural-directives/j.-students/student-fees-fines-and-charges ) apply to dual credit textbooks