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HLC Federal Compliance


NMMI Policies including program/degree credit hour policies.

Student Complaints

Policies and procedures for receiving and addressing student complaints, as well as Title IX complaints, sexual harassment, and/or discrimination can be found in the Blue Book.

Transfer Policies

Transferring credits? Here are quick links to get the answers you need.

Verification of Student Identity

New Mexico Military Institute does not deliver distance or correspondence education courses.

Publication of Student Outcome Data

Everything you need to know before applying to NMMI.

Appendix A

New Mexico Military Institute has no U.S. Department of Education action letters.

Standing with State and Other Accrediting Agencies

Higher Learning Commission

The Higher Learning Commission is one of six accrediting agencies in the United States that provides institutional accreditation on a regional basis. NMMI’s Junior College program has been accredited to offer Associates Degrees in Arts and Science through 2030.


Formed as AdvancED in 2006, Cognia is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that accredits primary and secondary schools throughout the United States and across the word. AdvancED merged with Measured Progress in 2018 to become Cognia in 2019.