Funding Resources

Tuition assistance may be available. Below is a list of funding resources and contact information.

Application and Registration Process

  1. From the list below, identify the funding source(s) that may apply to you. Contact the funding source(s) directly to determine your eligibility.
  2. Contact our registration department to complete a student advisement form and any other required paperwork.
  3. Use the completed advisement form to work with your selected funder as required.
  4. Contact us when you’ve received your award as required.
  5. A copy of your advisement form along with any funding paperwork will be forwarded to the UNM Continuing Education registration office where you will be registered for classes. Please allow up to two weeks to complete registration. You will receive class registration confirmation via email.

Funding Sources

WIOA serves individuals who are unemployed or underemployed, youth/young adults, veterans/veteran spouses, and individuals with disabilities. WIOA funding provides training funds for jobs in demand.

Visit the Workforce Connection of Central New Mexico website for more information.

WIOA Contact Information

DVR provides assistance for those who have an impairment which “constitutes a substantial impediment to employment."

Learn more about the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

For more information, visit

The MyCAA program provides financial assistance for military spouses.


(school code: 002663-98)
Contact: (888) 279-7172

Check with your employer’s Human Resource office for tuition reimbursement or assistance programs. If your employee benefit is listed in terms of credit hours, one credit hour equals 16 contact hours, the number of hours you actually spend in class.

Your employer may pay for your professional training with a credit card, company check, or Purchase Order.

If you are a UNM employee, faculty or retiree, you may use your UNM Tuition Remission benefit for all UNM Continuing Education's classes. See our Tuition Remission page for benefit details.

Job Training Albuquerque (JTA) provides opportunities for the local workforce to gain high-demand skills and industry specific credentials - for free.

Visit the JTA website for more information.

Have Questions? Contact us:

(505) 277-0077