ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Central New Mexico Community College has received federal approval to enroll international students on certain visas.

The Albuquerque-based school recently announced that its Global Education office is now accepting international student inquiries for the fall term. The targeted students are on M and F visas.

Officials say international students seeking a bachelor’s degree can take the first two years of many bachelor’s degree programs at CNM before transferring to a New Mexico university.

International student applications are being accepted through June 1.

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