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Student Consumer Information / Title IV Compliance

Northern New Mexico College is committed to providing important consumer information to all prospective and enrolled students as is required by the Higher Education Opportunity Act. This notice serves to ensure the availability of consumer information on a variety of topics which includes general institutional information, financial aid, health and safety, student retention and graduation rates and equity in athletics information.

Upon reasonable notice paper copies of any specific consumer information disclosure can be obtained by contacting the following Northern employees during normal administrative working hours:

Emma Hashman/Director of Admissions, (505) 747-2269
Janice Baca/Registrar, (505) 747-2115

The consumer information links below will take you to the full disclosure posted to the website or in some cases to the resource and the page number where the information can be found:

General Institutional Information

Teacher Preparation Program Report

Title II Documents / Traditional & Alternative

Student Financial Assistance

Health and Safety

Student Outcomes

Intercollegiate Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data
(Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act)

Voter Registration Information

Northern offers over 50 bachelor's, associate and certificate programs in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math); Nursing and Health Sciences; Liberal Arts and Humanities; Arts, Film & Media; Business Administration; Teacher Education and Technical Trades.
Northern New Mexico College is the most affordable 4-year college in the Southwestern US. Choose us for our value, our quality degree and continuing education programs in diverse areas of study, and our experienced faculty. We provide students with unique opportunities for academic, personal, and professional growth, small class sizes, personalized attention, and strong hands-on experiences from day one.
The Northern Foundation remains committed to stimulate leadership, promote equity, and grow resources and philanthropy in the Española Valley and surrounding rural areas. Over the past twenty years, we have granted $1.3 million to support over 1,250 NNMC students.