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Issue 01 August 2020

2020 New Mexico College Guidebook PRESENTED BY THE NEW MEXICO COLLEGE ACCESS COUNCIL


Our Mission The mission of the New Mexico College Access Council is to provide a platform in order to ease access to higher educational opportunities, resources, and services. As a state-wide higher education network, we will support and facilitate the planning for and transition to higher education for the diverse students across New Mexico regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual or religious orientation, socio-economic status, immigration status, or geographic limitations.

NMCAC GOVERNANCE COUNCIL Brandon K. Fields, Chair New Mexico State University Bryant Gomez, Chair-Elect University of New Mexico Cody Spitz, Treasurer-Secretary Eastern New Mexico University Madeleine Daugherty, Travel Chair Central New Mexico Community College

WEBSITE: NMCAC.ORG EMAIL: INFO@NMCAC.ORG NMCOLLEGEACCESS

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Table of Contents 2 - Year Institutions 2

Central New Mexico Community College

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Clovis Community College

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Eastern New Mexico University - Roswell

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Luna Community College

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4 - Year Institutions

Mesalands Community College

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Eastern New Mexico University

New Mexico Junior College

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Institute of American Indian Arts

New Mexico Military Institute

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Navajo Technical University

New Mexico State University - Alamogordo

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New Mexico Highlands University

New Mexico State University - Dona Ana

New Mexico Institute of Mining and

Community College

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Santa Fe Community College

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New Mexico State University

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University of New Mexico - Taos

36

Northern New Mexico University

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The University of New Mexico

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Western New Mexico University

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Note: These are not all of the community colleges in New Mexico. Not featured: Dine College, ENMU - Ruidoso, NMSU - Carlsbad, NMSU - Grants, San Juan College,Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute, UNM Los Alamos, and UNM Valencia.

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2- year institution

Central New Mexico Community College CNM.EDU ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

ABOUT Central New Mexico Community College’s vision is “Changing Lives, Building Community.” Our mission is to help students on their paths to successful careers. In 2013, CNM was named the nation’s best community college for student success by the American Association of Community Colleges because of our student support services. As the state’s largest community college, we offer more than 150 degree and certificate programs ranging from accounting to welding.

ENROLLMENT Undergraduate Enrollment: 34,102 Graduate Enrollment: Not Applicable Total: 34,102

CNM has open admission for students. To learn more about student and application types, please visit cnm.edu/registration/apply-and-register.

DUAL CREDIT ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS High school sophomores, juniors and seniors are eligible to take free Dual Credit classes if they attend a partnering high school. To learn more about Dual Credit eligibility, requirements and steps to becoming a Dual Credit student, please visit cnm.edu/dualcredit.

CAMPUS TOUR To request a campus tour, please visit cnm.edu/depts/student-activities/request-a-tour-of-cnm

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900 University Blvd. SE., Albuquerque, NM 87106

Phone: (505) 224-3000

◦ Email: ThinkingAboutCNM@cnm.edu


2- year institution ACT CODE

SCHOLARSHIPS

5569

cnm.edu/depts/financial-aid/scholarships (505) 224-3140 Scholarships@cnm.edu

SAT CODE 3387

ADMISSIONS STAFF

CNM and CNM Foundation have more than 90 different scholarships that can help you pay for school.

cnm.edu/thinkingaboutcnm

ADMISSIONS WEBSITE

Bridge to Success Scholarship: Recipients must attend 12+ credit hours, be listed by CNM as a New Mexico resident and are in the process of qualifying for the New Mexico Legislative Lottery Scholarship.  Deadline is March 31.

cnm.edu/registration/apply-and-register

ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST Tuition rate for a NM Resident based on credit hours. 1-11 credit hours $56 per credit 12-18 credit hours $672 18+ credit hours $672 + $56 per credit hour above 18

FAFSA CODE 004742

FINANCIAL AID

HOUSING

cnm.edu/depts/financial-aid (505) 224-3000 Financialaid@cnm.edu

CNM does not have student housing.

UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT INFORMATION cnm.edu/depts/enrollment/admissions/undocumentedstudents All individuals must apply using the CNM online admissions process. Applications submitted without a valid SSN require additional processing time.   Tuition for Undocumented Students: Most non-citizens are non-residents for tuition purposes. Non-citizens who submit proof of having applied for or obtained Permanent Resident status, are on active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States, or who qualify for an SB582 waiver, may be eligible for resident tuition rates.

REQUEST INFORMATION cnm.edu/thinkingaboutcnm

900 University Blvd. SE., Albuquerque, NM 87106

Phone: (505) 224-3000

◦ Email: ThinkingAboutCNM@cnm.edu

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2- year institution

Clovis Community College CLOVIS.EDU ABOUT Clovis Community College (CCC) is a comprehensive community college. We offer affordable, high-quality education in career and technical programs that will prepare you for a career in two years or less, and Associate degree programs designed to help you transfer to four-year colleges and universities. With over 66 associate degree and certificate programs, community development, and customized business training and adult education, you will find your fit here at CCC.

ADMISSIONS WEBSITE clovis.edu/admissions

CAMPUS VISIT Call (575) 769-4025 to schedule a tour.

EVENTS College Night every fall semester and high school visits

ACT CODE 2631

SAT CODE

ADMISSION

4921

Application Fee: No fee

ADMISSIONS STAFF

clovis.edu/admissions/department.aspx Open enrollment institution with no requirements or deadlines.

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417 Schepps Blvd, Clovis, NM 88101

Phone: (575) 769-4025

◦Fax: 575-769-4027◦ Email: admissions@clovis.edu


2- year institution ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST Tuition rate for a NM Resident taking 12 credit hours. In-State $1,376 Books & Supplies $1,250 Room & Board $9,886

clovis.edu/financialaid/scholarships.aspx Several scholarships are available

FAFSA CODE 004743

$14,685

Total

SCHOLARSHIPS

HOUSING

*Note: Housing is optional. Estimated cost of transportation is $446 and miscellaneous $1,727. Please refer to this website for more information about cost of attendance: http://www.clovis.edu/financialaid/coa.aspx

REQUEST INFORMATION

FINANCIAL AID

clovis.edu/admissions/index.aspx

clovis.edu/financialaid (575) 769-4060 finaid@clovis.edu

417 Schepps Blvd, Clovis, NM 88101

CCC does not have student housing.

Phone: (575) 769-4025

◦Fax: (575) 769-4027◦ Email: admissions@clovis.edu

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2- year institution

Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell ROSWELL.ENMU.EDU

ABOUT

ENROLLMENT

ENMU-Roswell is a community-focused two-year university located in Roswell, NM. ENMU-Roswell offers 34 degree and certificate programs ranging from Nursing to Welding Technology. The University’s mission is to empower a diverse community with academic and technical skills by supporting and preparing students for success in a rapidly changing world and by collaborating with business, industry, educational institutions, and the ENMU System. All programs and services relentlessly focus on exceeding expectations of students, customers, and partners. We strive to cultivate a nurturing, respectful and trusting environment of growth and development.

Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,500 Graduate Enrollment: Not Applicable Total: 2,500

GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS roswell.enmu.edu/general-requirements/ Open Enrollment Institution

TRANSFER ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS roswell.enmu.edu/transfer-students/

ENMU-Roswell seeks motivated students who enjoy small class sizes and a quality education that is affordably priced. We offer a full range of classes during the daytime, afternoon, online and evening. The facultystudent ratio is kept low, with small classes, allowing instructors to provide support and personal attention to students. ENMU-Roswell has the only FAA approved Aviation Maintenance Technology program in Southeast New Mexico, and operates a unique occupational training Special Services program for students with disabilities. Our Health Science Center is equipped with the latest in medical equipment for those pursuing degrees in health care fields. A wide range of tutoring and other student support services are also available. Compared to traditional four-year institutions, ENMU-Roswell is a superior value.

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52 University Blvd, Roswell, NM 88203

◦Fax: (575) 624-7144◦ Email: nsr@roswell.enmu.edu

Phone: 1-800-243-6687


2- year institution ADMISSIONS WEBSITE

SCHOLARSHIPS

roswell.enmu.edu/prospective-students/

roswell.enmu.edu/scholarships

CAMPUS VISIT

FAFSA CODE

The New Student Relations office provides information about the campus, campus tours, and information about areas of study. Contact New Student Relations Office at (575) 624-7136 or email at nsr@roswell.enmu.edu

ADMISSIONS STAFF

002661

HOUSING sierravistavillage.com/ Phone: (575) 347-7132

UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT INFORMATION

roswell.enmu.edu/directory/

At ENMU-Roswell we work together to build a positive and diverse student population. We treat others with courtesy ACT CODE: and compassion and respect differences. Undocumented 2647 students qualify for state and institutional financial aid. SAT CODE: Undocumented students attending ENMU-Roswell are 4662 eligible for the Legislative Lottery Scholarship. ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST Tuition rate for a NM Resident taking 12 credit hours. In addition, undocumented students attending ENMUTuition & Fees $2,424 Roswell may be eligible for the following: Books & Supplies $500-$1,600 Institutional Scholarships: Room & Board $6,500 Presidential Scholarship Total w/ Room & Board $9,400-$10,500 Cougar Scholarship Total w/o Room & Board $2,900-$4,000 ENMU-Roswell Foundation Scholarship *Note: On campus housing is not required. Please visit our webpage for up-to-date information about tuition https://www.roswell.enmu.edu/tuition-and-fees/

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More information regarding these scholarships and their respective eligibility criteria is available on our scholarship webpage. roswell.enmu.edu/undocumented-students-andfinancial-aid/

FINANCIAL AID roswell.enmu.edu/financial-aid/ (575) 624-7400 financial.aid@roswell.enmu.edu

REQUEST INFORMATION www.roswell.enmu.edu/prospective-students/ Kyler Burd (575) 624-7405, kyler.burd@roswell.enmu.edu

52 University Blvd, Roswell, NM 88203

Phone: 1-800-243-6687

◦Fax: (575) 624-7144◦ Email: nsr@roswell.enmu.edu

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2- year institution

Luna Community College LUNA.EDU ABOUT Luna Community College (LCC) is the only community college in northeastern New Mexico. LCC is located on the lower slopes of the majestic Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range overlooking the city of Las Vegas, New Mexico. LCC enjoys an outstanding reputation for its caliber of facilities, teaching methods, curricula, and dedication to excellence.

All campuses are administered and supervised by LCC and governed by an elected Board of Trustees from the service area. Programs may be offered in any community of the service area where a need is demonstrated.

ADMISSION

LCC has satellite centers in northeastern New Mexico towns of Santa Rosa and Springer. In addition, the college also has a site in Mora. These satellites, in addition to the main campus, serve participants of the Springer Municipal Schools, Maxwell Municipal Schools, and Santa Rosa Consolidated Schools, which are within Colfax and Guadalupe counties. LCC also has a presence in Pecos and Wagon Mound schools.

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366 Luna Dr., Las Vegas, NM 87701

Phone: (505) 454-2500

Application Fee: No fee Freshman Admission Requirements: Open enrollment Transfer Admission Requirements: Open enrollment

ENROLLMENT Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,144 Fall 2019 Graduate Enrollment: Not Applicable Total: 1,144 Fall 2019

◦Fax: (505) 454-5338◦ Email: admissions@luna.edu


2- year institution SCHOLARSHIPS

CAMPUS VISIT

luna.edu/financial-aid

Please call admissions at (505) 454-2550

EVENTS College Night every fall semester and high school visits

ACT CODE 2628

SAT CODE 2591

ADMISSIONS STAFF

Moses Marquez, Manager, (505) 454-5312, mmarquez@luna.edu; Martin Garcia, Admissions Specialist, (505) 454-5335, mgarcia@luna.edu; Suzanne Quintana, Career Services/Recruiter, (505) 4545320 , squintana@luna.edu, and Nash Segura, Admissions Assistant I, (505) 454-2533; isegura@luna.edu.

Other scholarships/sources (based on funding) available to students: Bridge Scholarship Legislative Lottery Scholarship LCC’s Roadrunner Scholarship Workforce Investment Act Bureau of Indian Scholarships LCC Foundation Scholarship

FAFSA CODE 009962

HOUSING LCC does not have student housing.

REQUEST INFORMATION Please email admissions@luna.edu.

ADMISSIONS WEBSITE luna.edu/admissions

ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST Tuition rate for a NM Resident taking 12 credit hours. $1,010 In-District Out-of-District $1,370 Books & Supplies $1,250 Housing $3,269 $5,529 In-District Total Out-of-District Total $5,889

366 Luna Dr., Las Vegas, NM 87701

Phone: (505) 454-2500

◦Fax: (505) 454-5338◦ Email: admissions@luna.edu

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2- year institution

Mesalands Community College MESALANDS.EDU ABOUT

ENROLLMENT

At Mesalands Community College you will learn in a hands-on environment. From working with livestock in the Animal Sciences programs, to climbing to the top of the College’s General Electric 1.5 megawatt ESS wind turbine as part of our Wind Energy Technology program. You will find your place in higher education, through our many certificate and degree programs, that may lead to an exciting new career, personal improvement, or the foundation to achieve a university level degree. As a student you will be engaging fully, eyes and mind wide open, in a truly collaborative educational experience, that can help move you toward professional and personal success.

Undergraduate Enrollment: Average of 950 students per semester Graduate Enrollment: Not Applicable Total: Average of 950 students per semester

There is a vibrant energy at Mesalands Community College, one that is supported by a caring community that nurtures respect for individuality and creativity. A community that is dedicated to changing lives through education one student at a time!

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911 S. 10th Street, Tucumcari, NM 88401

ADMISSION Freshman Admission Requirements: Application, High School Transcripts, Dual Credit Transcripts Transfer Admission Requirements: Application, High School Transcripts, College Transcripts

CAMPUS VISIT mattg@mesalands.edu

ACT CODE 2641

SAT CODE 3618

Phone: (575) 461-4413

◦Fax: (575) 461-1901◦ Email: mattg@mesalands.edu


2- year institution SCHOLARSHIPS

ADMISSIONS STAFF

mesalands.edu/current-students/financial-aid/stategrants-scholarships/

TBD

ADMISSIONS WEBSITE mesalands.edu

ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST: Tuition rate for a NM Resident taking 12 credit hours. On Campus w/Parent Off Campus Tuition & Fees $1,722 $1,722 $1,722 Room & Board $6,224 $4,500 $6,904 Books & Supplies $1,336 $1,336 $1,336 Transporation $1,936 $1,936 $1,936 Miscellaneous $3,700 $3,700 $3,700 Total

$14,918

$13,194 $15,598

FAFSA CODE 032063

HOUSING mesalands.edu/future-students/housing/stampede-village/ (575) 461-4413 EXT. 189 alyssaa@mesalands.edu

REQUEST INFORMATION TBD

FINANCIAL AID mesalands.edu/current-students/financial-aid/ (575) 461-4413 EXT. 136 jessicag@mesalands.edu

911 S. 10th Street, Tucumcari, NM 88401

Phone: (575) 461-4413

◦Fax: (575) 461-1901◦ Email: mattg@mesalands.edu

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2- year institution

New Mexico Junior College NMJC.EDU ABOUT

ADMISSION

Founded in 1963, New Mexico Junior College (NMJC) is proud to have been our State’s first independent junior college. Located in a hub-city of Southeast New Mexico, NMJC is an easy day-trip to many local attractions. Students have the opportunity to pursue many academic and trade programs on campus, choosing from over 40 different degree programs. The College’s mission is to promote success through learning.

Application Fee: none

ENROLLMENT Undergraduate Enrollment: 4,918 Graduate Enrollment: Not Applicable Total: 4,918

First-time freshman must complete an application form no less than 3-days before the end of a registration period, in order to allow their application time to process.

nmjc.edu/admission/apply_online

1 Thunderbird Circle, Hobbs, NM 88240

Transfer Requirements: Students must apply online and provide official high school transcripts, official transcripts from all prior colleges, and relevant test scores.

DEADLINES

ADMISSIONS WEBSITE

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Freshman Requirements: Students must apply online and provide official high school transcripts, as well as relevant test scores.

Phone: (575) 492-2577

◦Fax: (575) 492-2559◦ Email: asknmjc@nmjc.edu


2- year institution CAMPUS VISIT

FINANCIAL AID

nmjc.edu/admission/visit_campus or call 575-492-2545

nmjc.edu/admission/financial_aid financialaid@nmjc.edu

Come see for yourself what makes NMJC so great. We offer both individual and group tours on campus. Arrange to visit with an Academic Advisor, Financial Aid Counselor, or other student services staff members when you come to campus!

OPEN HOUSE Thunderbird Discover Day - An opportunity for high school juniors and seniors to experience campus and student life up close and personal. It includes tours of campus, the chance to talk to professors, students, and academic advisors, as well as prize drawings and fun activities. *The date for the next NMJC Thunderbird Discover Day will be announced soon.

Open Houses about programs Cash for College After Hours Registration *Events are announced as they are planned.

ACT CODE 2543

SAT CODE: 4553

ADMISSIONS STAFF www.nmjc.edu/admission/ask_nmjc www.nmjc.edu/about/contact

ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST Tuition rate for a NM Resident based on 15 credit hours. In-District $885 Out-of-District $1,170 Out-of-State $1,350 Books & Supplies $450 Housing $850 $1,375 Meal Plan $3,560 $3,845 $4,025

nmjc.edu/admission/nmjc_foundation The New Mexico Junior College Foundation Board offers over 200 scholarships to students. The early-deadline for applications is March 1st.

FAFSA CODE 002655

HOUSING nmjc.edu/current_student/housing_dining (575) 492-4735 We believe on-campus living provides both an enjoyable and rewarding experience in community living as well as the necessary support for academic success. Currently, NMJC has four residential housing facilities, including both traditional dormitories as well as apartments, with a total capacity of housing 385 students. Residence halls are furnished and air-conditioned, providing a comfortable living environment. Each residence hall features Wi-Fi access, computer access, basic cable, vending machines and access to on-site laundry facilities. In addition, multiple spaces are set aside for socializing and studying. All buildings at NMJC, including residence halls, are smokefree. Residential staff reside in the facility and help students adjust to college life.

OTHER EVENTS

In-District Total Out-of-District Total Out-of-State Total

SCHOLARSHIPS

UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT INFORMATION NMJC believes in success through learning for all students and serves a community of diverse peoples. We welcome all students, regardless of immigration status, into our State and supportive College community.

REQUEST INFORMATION nmjc.edu/admission/get_info/index.aspx

*Pricing on Housing will vary by residence type (Traditional Residence Hall vs. Apartment, Single vs. Double Occupancy, etc.). Meal Plan Options are available. 1 Thunderbird Circle, Hobbs, NM 88240

Phone: (575) 492-2577

◦Fax: (575) 737-3684◦ Email: asknmjc@nmjc.edu

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2- year institution

New Mexico Military Institute NMMI.EDU ABOUT

FRESHMAN ADMISSION

As an institution of higher and secondary education, the Institute has the mission of enabling individual development through challenging academic preparation in a structured learning environment that affords extensive opportunities for leadership and character development.

REQUIREMENTS nmmi.edu/admissions-forms/#new

TRANSFER ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS nmmi.edu/admissions-forms/

In support of this mission, the Institute’s treatment of all cadets places key value on trust, student knowledge, integrity, service and responsibility all within the framework of an Honor Code stating that “a cadet will not lie, cheat, or steal or tolerate those who do.”

CAMPUS VISIT

ENROLLMENT

4534

Undergraduate Enrollment: Fall 2019 -398/Spring 2020 -335 Graduate Enrollment: Not Applicable

nmmi.edu/visit/

ACT CODE 2644

SAT CODE DEADLINES 08/01- Fall and 01/01-Spring

ADMISSIONS STAFF nmmi.edu/admissions/

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101 West College Blvd.

◦ Phone: (575) 624-8653 ◦ Fax: (575) 624-80 ◦ Email: admissions@nmmi.edu


2- year institution ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST

HOUSING

Tuition rate for a NM Resident based on credit hours.

nmmi.edu/admissions/ (575) 624-8653 admissions@nmmi.edu

Estimated Total In-State: Estimated Total Out-of-State:

$14,195 $22,061

*Estimated total include tuition, room/board, meal plans, uniforms, and a laptop rental

REQUEST INFORMATION

*Junior College may be responsible for additional book fees.

nmmi.secure.force.com/form?formid=217719

*Uniform fee of $2,500 is a one-time fee for all new cadets.

FINANCIAL AID nmmi.edu/financial-aid-scholarships/ (575) 624-8066 finaid@nmmi.edu

FAFSA CODE 002656

SCHOLARSHIPS nmmi.edu/nmmi-scholarships/ Scholarship Info: nmmi.edu/wpcontent/uploads/Financial_Aid/NMMISCHOLARSHIP-FUND-LISTING-2018-2019-09-272018.pdf

101 West College Blvd.

◦ Phone: (575) 624-8653 ◦ Fax: (575) 624-80 ◦ Email: admissions@nmmi.edu

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2- year institution

New Mexico State University Alamogordo NMSUA.EDU ABOUT

FRESHMAN ADMISSION

New Mexico State University Alamogordo (NMSU-A) is situated in the foothills, at the base of the Sacramento Mountains. This vantage point overlooks the City of Alamogordo and the Tularosa Basin.  The service area of the college includes Holloman Air Force Base (HAFB), White Sands Missile Range and stretches to include Mescalero Apache Reservation.  NMSU-A is a two-year comprehensive community college dedicated to the concept of high-quality, cost-effective education that meets the needs of a diverse community.

Application Fee: $20 Admissions application Official high school transcript, General Education Development (GED) or HISET scores Graduation from any state high school or academy in the United States accredited by a regional accrediting association or approved by a state department of education or state university A minimum of a GED or HISET diploma (in English; minimum score 450) Students enrolled in a home school program may be accepted to NMSU Alamogordo if the requirements for regular admission are met. Home school students who are New Mexico residents and wish to participate in the Lottery Success Scholarship program are required to submit official New Mexico GED test results. 

ENROLLMENT Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,537 Graduate Enrollment: Not Applicable Total: 1,537

ADMISSIONS WEBSITE nmsua.edu/admissions/

ADMISSIONS STAFF

TRANSFER ADMISSION

ssnmsua@nmsu.edu

CAMPUS VISIT Individual and group campus tours are offered throughout the year. Contact Student Success to set an appointment (575) 439-3600.

OPEN HOUSE Call (575) 439-3600 for details.

DEADLINES Applications for admission will be accepted up to one calendar week before semester starts

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2400 N. Scenic Drive, Alamogordo, NM 88310

Application Fee: $20 Admissions application Minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA) and be eligible to return to the college or university last attended Transfer students with cumulative GPA below 2.0 can appeal for admissions Submit official transcripts from each college or university previously attended High school transcripts and GED scores will be waived when a student has completed 30 academic semester hours at a previously attended regionally accredited college/university.

Phone: (575) 439-3600

◦Fax: (575) 439-3760◦ Email: ssnmsua@nmsu.edu


2- year institution ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST

HOUSING

Tuition rate for a NM Resident based on credit hours. Tuition and Fee $1,032 Books & Supplies $1,100 $2,132 Total

NMSU-A does not have housing.

UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT INFORMATION isss.nmsu.edu/ Contact the Office of International Student and Scholar Services

FINANCIAL AID nmsua.edu/student-services/financial-aid/ (575) 439- 3600 finaidnmsua@nmsu.edu

REQUEST INFORMATION nmsua.edu/admissions/contact/

FAFSA CODE 002658

SCHOLARSHIPS nmsua.edu/student-services/financial-aid/scholarships/ Scholarship Coordinator (575) 439-3603

2400 N. Scenic Drive, Alamogordo, NM 88310

Phone: (575) 439-3600

◦Fax: (575) 439-3760 ◦ Email: ssnmsua@nmsu.edu

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2- year institution ACT CODE:

NMSU-Doña Ana Community College DACC.NMSU.EDU ABOUT

ADMISSIONCONTINUED

New Mexico State University (NMSU) – Doña Ana Community College (DACC), founded in 1973, is a responsive and accessible learning-centered community college that provides educational opportunities to a diverse community of learners in support of workforce and economic development. DACC is a two-year, public community college located in Las Cruces, New Mexico. DACC is an open enrollment institution and the largest community college in the NMSU system. DACC offers over 100 unique degree and certificate programs. DACC students can earn associate of arts, associate of science, and associate of applied science degrees, as well as oneand two-year workforce certificates. Students who wish to earn bachelor's degrees at NMSU often begin their post-secondary education at DACC and transfer to NMSULas Cruces.   DACC is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and includes three Las Cruces campuses, and three satellite centers in our southern area of the state.

the open-door admission concept and will admit—to the limit of its physical and financial resources—new, firsttime students who wish to attend and who have a high school diploma or its equivalent. High school diplomas must be from an accredited high school. Diplomas from accredited, on-line high schools, however, are subject to strict review and may not in all cases be judged valid for the purpose of enrolling at DACC.

ENROLLMENT

Parent Night April 27 & 29, 2021

Undergraduate Enrollment (2018): 7,922 Graduate Enrollment: Not Applicable Total: : 7,922

ADMISSIONS STAFF

CAMPUS VISIT dacc.nmsu.edu/admissions/visit-campus-request/

OPEN HOUSES

ADMISSIONS WEBSITE dacc.nmsu.edu/admissions/

dacc.nmsu.edu/admissions/

REQUEST INFORMATION

Application Fee: $20.00

dacc.nmsu.edu/admissions/request-information/

Freshman Admission Requirements: DACC provides educational opportunities for those who seek to advance in the workforce or to prepare for further study at a higher level. The community college endorses

2800 Sonoma Ranch Blvd, Las Cruces, NM 88011

The Doña Ana Community College online application can be found on the Admissions webpage.

dacc.nmsu.edu/admissions/contact-us/

ADMISSION

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Transfer Admission Requirements: A minimum of 30 credit hours from a regionally accredited institution with a minimum GPA of 2.0 is required. Students with fewer than 30 credit hours must also meet freshman admission requirements.

FINANCIAL AID dacc.nmsu.edu/fa/ (575) 527-7500 finaid@dacc.nmsu.edu

Phone: 1-800-903-7503

◦Fax: (575) 527-7763◦ Email: admissions@dacc.nmsu.edu


2- year institution ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST

HOUSING

For NM Resident taking 12-18 credit hours. $1,776 Tuition & Fees Books & Supplies $1,240 $5,518 Housing & Dining

Doña Ana Community College students are allowed to live in New Mexico State University housing.

Estimated Total

housing.nmsu.edu/

$8,534

UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT

*Total before financial aid and scholarship.

INFORMATION

FAFSA CODE

chicano.nmsu.edu/undocumented-daca-students/

E00876

Doña Ana Community College is committed to welcoming undocumented students, and to providing needed support dacc.nmsu.edu/fa/scholarships-2/ and resources on our campus. The admissions office, reviews The Doña Ana Community College Office of Financial Aid applications from undocumented students who graduate from a U.S. high school by the same criteria as for all & Scholarship Services offers a wide array of domestic students. scholarships to assist a diverse student population pursuing a higher education. Many of our scholarships Students who have received a New Mexico GED will need to require students to: show proof that they have attended a New Mexico high Be NM residents school for at least one year in order to receive a waiver for inHave graduated from a NM high school or received a state tuition and fees. NM GED   Be admitted to DACC in a degree-seeking program Financial Aid: Doña Ana Community College Financial Aid Meet Satisfactory Academic Progress or varying GPA Office offers state aid to those students who qualify.  For requirements information on how to apply contact the Eligibility and renewal criteria vary DACC Financial Aid Office. The deadline line to apply for scholarships is March 1st. Students can apply for scholarships here: scholarships.nmsu.edu/, this is a common application for New Mexico State University and Doña Ana Community College, award will be based upon the institution you are admitted with.

SCHOLARSHIPS

2800 Sonoma Ranch Blvd, Las Cruces, NM 88011

Phone: 1-800-903-7503

◦Fax: (575) 527-7763◦ Email: admissions@dacc.nmsu.edu

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2- year institution

Santa Fe Community College SFCC.EDU ABOUT

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

At SFCC you will find your path to academic and job success. Discover outstanding faculty, excellent programs, affordable tuition and support throughout your journey. Enroll at SFCC to advance your career, complete a certificate or associate degree, or transfer to a four-year institution.

Application Fee: SFCC does not have an application fee.

ENROLLMENT

SAT CODE

Undergraduate Enrollment: 5,455 Graduate Enrollment: Not Applicable Total: 5,455

4816

Freshman Admission Requirements: sfcc.edu/new-student-checklist/

ACT CODE 2660

CAMPUS VISIT sfcc.edu/visit

ADMISSIONS STAFF sfcc.edu/welcome/

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6401 Richards Ave. Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508

Phone: (505) 428-1000

◦ Email: information@sfcc.edu


2- year institution ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST

HOUSING

Tuition rate for a NM Resident based on credit hours.

SFCC does not have student housing.

Tuition & Fees, In District: Room & Board: Books & Supplies:

$1,716 $14,644 $1,194

UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT

Estimated Total:

$17,554

mydocumentedlife.org/category/college-scholarships/

INFORMATION

*Total before financial aid and scholarship.

REQUEST INFORMATION

FINANCIAL AID

sfcc.edu/request-info/

sfcc.edu/financial-aid (505) 428-1268 financialaid@sfcc.edu

FAFSA CODE 016065

SCHOLARSHIPS sfcc.edu/paying-for-school/scholarships-grants/ Scholarship Info: sfcc.edu/scholarships

6401 Richards Ave. Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508

Phone: (505) 428-1000

◦ Email: information@sfcc.edu

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2- year institution

The University of New Mexico - Taos Branch (UNM - Taos) TAOS.UNM.EDU ABOUT

ADMISSION

At UNM-Taos, our mission is to provide quality educational opportunities that transform the lives of our students, enrich the lives of our culturally diverse citizenry, and strengthen the regional economy. UNM-Taos is one of the newest and smallest of the UNM branches, yet in 2011 was ranked as one of the top 25 community colleges in the nation for growth. We boast a sophisticated curriculum and highly qualified faculty. The campus is situated in a high mountain valley between the Rio Grande and the 1,000 year old Taos Pueblo. The campus is fully powered by one of the largest solar arrays in New Mexico, but still retains the laid-back “Taos style” ambience known throughout the Southwest. If you are seeking quality education in a beautiful natural setting, apply now!

Application Fee: $10 (one-time fee) The UNM-Taos Branch application can be found at: unm.edu/apply/ Freshman Admission Requirements: UNM-Taos has an open admissions policy. Freshman students that intend to work towards an associate’s degree or certificate program will need to submit their final, official high school or high school equivalency transcript.   Transfer Admission Requirements: Transfer students with 24 transferrable credit hours or more should plan to submit official transcripts from all prior colleges attended. Transfer students with fewer than 24 transferable credit hours will need to submit their final, official high school or high school equivalency transcripts as well.

ENROLLMENT Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,051 Graduate Enrollment: Not Applicable Total: 1,051

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1157 County Road 110 Ranchos de Taos, NM 87557

DEADLINES

Students should plan to submit an application for admission prior to start of the term in which they are planning to attend.

Phone: (575) 737-6215

◦Fax: (575) 737-3684◦ Email: unmtaosadmissions@unm.edu


2- year institution ADMISSIONS WEBSITE

FINANCIAL AID

taos.unm.edu/home/admissions/

taos.unm.edu/home/admissions/financial-aid/ (575) 737-6220 finaidtaos@unm.edu

CAMPUS VISIT We love having visitors on our campus! Contact the Office of Admissions at unmtaosadmissions@unm.edu or (575)737-6215 to schedule a campus visit for you and your family.

OPEN HOUSE The UNM-Taos Fall Open House typically takes place in mid-October, and the UNM-Taos Spring Open House typically takes place in mid-April. Check out taos.unm.edu for more information.

OTHER EVENTS Check out the UNM-Taos Events Calendar at: unmevents.unm.edu/site/taos/.

SCHOLARSHIPS taos.unm.edu/home/admissions/financialaid/scholarships/ With a growing scholarship program, UNM-Taos was proud to offer $77,000 in scholarship awards during the 2019-2020 academic year. These awards were made available through foundation gifts, private donors, and state funded scholarships. UNM-Taos also offers the NM Bridge and Legislative Lottery Scholarships, the NM Teacher Preparation Affordability Scholarship, and NM Grow Your Own Teachers Scholarship to eligible students.

FAFSA CODE

ADMISSIONS STAFF

002663

taos.unm.edu/home/admissions/

HOUSING

UNM Taos does not have student housing. Vickie Alvarez, Admissions Officer valvarez@unm.edu U N D O C U M E N T E D S T U D E N T Bayley Byers, Admissions Officer bayley@unm.edu INFORMATION Tasha Santistevan, Admissions Officer undocumented.unm.edu/ tsantistevan@unm.edu

ACT CODE 2650

SAT CODE 4845

ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST Tuition rate for a NM Resident taking 12 credit hours. Tuition & Fees $1,902 Books & Supplies $1,178

Total

$3,080

“Undocumented students at the University of New Mexico add tremendous value to our university community. UNM is richer and stronger because of them. As an institution, UNM is committed to do all it can to support and empower our undocumented students to reach their full potential at the university” (UNM-Main Campus). As a branch campus of The University of New Mexico, we follow the guidelines and standards set forth by the UNM-Main Campus.

REQUEST INFORMATION (575)737-6215 or visit our website taos.unm.edu

1157 County Road 110 Ranchos de Taos, NM 87557

Phone: (575) 737-6215

◦Fax: (575) 737-3684 ◦ Email: unmtaosadmissions@unm.edu

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4 - year institution

Eastern New Mexico University ENMU.EDU ABOUT

ADMISSION

For 85 years Eastern New Mexico University has prepared students for careers and advanced study. Our mission is to emphasize liberal learning, freedom of inquiry, cultural diversity and whole student life.   Students choose Eastern New Mexico University for our:      Personal touch | ENMU offers a variety of services to help students succeed in their academic, personal and professional ives. Accredited academic programs | Students come to ENMU to explore their relationship with the world around them, getting the hands-on experience they need to be successful, and move forward with a college degree to excel in life. Affordable costs | ENMU is consistently one of the most affordable options in New Mexico and across the southwest United States. An affordable education is one way ENMU will help you succeed.   Our University is where tradition meets affordable tuition and flexibility meets fulfillment.

Application Fee: Free to apply Freshman Admission Requirements: High School minimum of 2.5 AND 14 ACT/780 SAT or higher OR ACT 17/SAT 920 or higher See page 11 of our undergraduate catalog for additional information enmu.edu/Catalog

CAMPUS VISIT ENMU offers a wide variety of campus visit opportunities. From individual campus tours, ENMU GameDay tours, to ENMU OpenHouse events, we strive to provide the best personalized experience possible. Visit our Campus Visit website for all opportunities to send up-to-date visit information enmu.edu/Visit.

ACT CODE 2636

SAT CODE 4299

DEADLINES ENMU encourages student to apply as soon as possible, but does not have an application deadline

ENROLLMENT Undergraduate Enrollment: 4,473 Graduate Enrollment: 1221 Total: 5,694

ADMISSIONS STAFF enmu.edu/Admission/Our-Admissions-Team

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Station 7 | 1500 S Ave K – Portales NM, 88130

Phone: (575) 562-2178

◦ Fax: (575) 562-2118 ◦ Email: enrollment.services@enmu.edu


4 - year institution ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST

HOUSING

For a NM Resident taking 12-18 credit hours. $6,528 Tuition & Fees $7,526 Housing & Dining $900 Books & Supplies

enmu.edu/Housing (575) 562-2632

Estimated Total

$14,954

*Total before financial aid and scholarship.

FINANCIAL AID enmu.edu/FinancialAid (575) 562-2194 financial.aid@enmu.edu

FAFSA CODE 002651

SCHOLARSHIPS enmu.edu/Scholarships Scholarships are awarded by Enrollment Services and various academic departments to incoming students. Apply early for maximum consideration (www.enmu.edu/ScholarshipApp). The priority deadline is Aug. 1 for the fall semester and Jan. 3 for the spring semester to ensure paper work is completed and the Financial Aid Office processing time. Applications are accepted after the priority deadline.

As a student, you need a safe environment that gives you privacy, quiet time and a place to keep your belongings. You also need a place where you can feel comfortable hanging out with your friends, listening to music or doing whatever it is you do to relax. You will find just the environment you need in one of our three residence halls. ENMU residency policy helps assure you get a good start to your college career. If you have less than 30 hours of college credit after high school graduation and are under 21 years old, you are required to live on campus and purchase a meal plan. Exemptions to the residential/meal plan requirement may be granted if you live with your parents, or if you are married and/or have dependent children. Meal plan waivers may be granted to students with medical needs not met by the meal plan provider.

UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT INFORMATION ENMU encourages all students who are interested in attending to apply (www.enmu.edu/ApplyNow) regardless of status. We review each application individually and will contact you if we need additional information. For additional information please give us a call at (575) 5622178

REQUEST INFORMATION enmu.edu/RequestInfo

Station 7 | 1500 S Ave K – Portales NM, 88130

Phone: (575) 562-2178

◦ Fax: (575) 562-2118 ◦ Email: enrollment.services@enmu.edu

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4 - year institution

INSTITUTE OF AMERICAN INDIAN ARTS IAIA.EDU ABOUT

ADMISSION

IAIA is the only four-year degree fine arts institution in the world devoted to contemporary Native American and Alaskan Native arts. As such, we dedicate ourselves, our curriculum, our facilities, and our energies to preparing our students for success and leadership which reflects Native cultures and values. As one of 37 tribal colleges located in the United States, we are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD), and are a member of the American Indian Higher Education Consortium.

Freshman Admission Requirements: 1) Complete online application www.iaia.edu/apply 2) $25.00 Non-refundable application fee 3) Official high school transcript or GED 4) If you have earned college credit, submit official college transcript(s) indicating less than 24 credit hours *We do not require college placement scores for admissions. You will take a placement exam during orientation. However, we will still accept scores. * ACT CODE: 2654  SAT CODE: 0180

We accept students from all backgrounds. You do not need to have tribal enrollment to attend IAIA.

DEADLINES Spring Deadline: January 4 Fall Deadline: July 27

We offer degrees in Cinematic Arts & Technology, Creative Writing, Indigenous Liberal Studies, Museum Studies and Studio Arts.

ENROLLMENT 415 Undergraduates 32 states represented 93 different tribes represented Median age 23; 76% Native American Students; 24% Non- Native American Students

CAMPUS VISIT Visit iaia.edu/visit to schedule an individual or group tour M-F 9am-4pm. Virtual tour videos are also available!

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83 Avan Nu Po Rd Santa Fe, NM 87508

◦ Phone: (505) 424-2325 ◦ Fax: (505) 424-4500◦ Email: admissions@iaia.edu


4 - year institution ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST

HOUSING

iaia.edu/tuition Full-Time Students 12-18 credits/semester Tuition $4,446 Housing $4,646 Meals $4,436 $ 13,538 Estimated Total

iaia.edu/housing T: (505) 424-2380 F: (505) 424-4900 Housing Requirements: 1) Housing Application 2) $120 deposit 3) IAIA Resident Addendum to the Housing Agreement 3) Immunization Record Form 4) General Physical and Examination Form 5) Background Check Request Form (Background check is completed by IAIA) *See website for all required forms

**Books included in Tuition** *See website for other fees*

FINANCIAL AID

iaia.edu/aid T: (505) 424-2345 F: (505) 424-0909 financialaid@iaia.edu

FAFSA CODE 014152

SCHOLARSHIPS

UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT

We accept the NM Lottery Scholarship and the NM Opportunity Scholarship.

INFORMATION

IAIA Tribal Scholarship: Students eligible are an enrolled member of a federally recognized Native American, Alaska Native Tribe, or Canadian First Nation, 2.0 GPA and need based indicated on FAFSA. Award Amounts $500/Full Time, $200/Part Time

We welcome and accept undocumented students. At the time of application, please contact the Admissions Office at (505) 424-2325 for assistance.

REQUEST INFORMATION iaia.edu/admissions

IAIA Merit Based Scholarship: Students must be fulltime, undergraduate and degree seeking to be considered. Award amount is based on cumulative GPA or earned GED. Award amounts per semester: 3.00 - 3.49: $500 3.50 - 3.89: $750 3.90 – 4.00: $1000 IAIA General Scholarship: Students submit one application to be considered for 100 scholarships funded by external donors. Essay is required with a minimum 2.0 GPA. Must be enrolled in undergraduate or certificate programs. For more scholarships, please visit iaia.edu/aid 83 Avan Nu Po Rd Santa Fe, NM 87508

◦ Phone: (505) 424-2325 ◦ Fax: (505) 424-4500◦ Email: admissions@iaia.edu

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4- year institution

Navajo Technical University NAVAJOTECH.EDU ABOUT Navajo Technical University (NTU) is one of the premier institutions of higher education in the nation, providing a unique balance between science and technology and culture and tradition. Much of what guides NTU’s success is our mission and our identity rooted in the Diné Philosophy of Education. NTU is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.  NTU has an open enrollment policy.    NTU offers two Master’s degree, 13 baccalaureate degrees, 20 associate degrees and 23 certificate programs.  NTU offers a variety of services to assist and support students in attaining their educational goals.  Services include counseling, child care services, food services, residential services, transportation (for commuting students), and services for students with special needs, tutoring, computer access, distance learning, and library services.

ADMISSION navajotech.edu/future-students/admissions Application Fee: No fee. A $50.00 late registration fee will be applied after instruction begins.

ENROLLMENT Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,715 Graduate Enrollment: 14 Total: 1,729

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Phone: (505) 387-7377 or (505) 387-7401

LOCATIONS Crownpoint Campus (Main Campus) Box 849, Lower Pt. Rd, State Hwy. 371 Crownpoint, NM 87313 Phone:(505) 387-7401 Kirtland Instructional Site Bond Wilson Technical Center 40 Road 6580 Kirtland, NM  87417 Phone:(505) 609-5020   Zuni Instructional Site Box 1109 Zuni, NM    87327 Phone: (505) 782-6010   Chinle Instructional Site Box 849 Chinle, AZ  86503 Phone: (928) 674-5764   Teecnospos Instructional Site Box  1203 Teecnospos, AZ   86514 Phone: (928) 656-3596

◦Fax: (505) 786-5644◦ Email: gslim@navajotech.edu


4- year institution CAMPUS VISIT

SCHOLARSHIPS

NTU Virtual tour will be available September 2020. If you need NTU information, reach out to Brenda Yazzie, NTU Recruiter.  (505) 387-7427 or (505) 488-3722 b.yazzie@navajotech.edu

Navajo Technical University provides financial assistance through two prestigious scholarships. Requirements for consideration: -Complete Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and submit to NTU Financial Aid Office. -Your NTU Skyhawk email should be active. We will not send out any decisions to personal email accounts due to privacy regulations. *NOTE: All scholarships are awarded per semester and are not distributed in annual sums. If your eligibility or status changes at any time, your application or award maybe voided or cancelled.

ADMISSIONS STAFF Geraldine Slim, Admission Officer (505) 387-7377 or (505) 387-7401 gslim@navajotech.edu

ADMISSIONS WEBSITE Open Enrollment. Apply at www.navajotech.edu

ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST

Tuition rate for a NM Resident taking up to 15 credit hours. Tuition & Fees CIB $2,110 Tuition & Fees Non-CIB $3,820 Cost per credit $71.25 Books & Supplies Varies

Navajo Student Applicants: Submit Navajo Nation Voter Registration Verification (NNVR). The acceptable forms are the NNVR Card, Blue or Yellow Receipt, a letter from the chapter or a letter from NN Election Office. You must be enrolled in your chapter for more than 6 months. 

FINANCIAL AID

Application Submission: In-Person: Sky Hawk Central (Admission/Registrar Office) (Main Campus) OR Email: Subject: NTU Scholarship Application TO: d.becenti@navajotech.edu

Note: Tuition at NTU is based on whether or not a student is an enrolled member of a federally recognized Indian tribe or not. CIB - Certificate of Indian Blood

navajotech.edu/future-students/financial-aid Gary Segay, Financial Aid Manager (505) 387-7482, gsegay@navajotech.edu Yolanda Begay, Financial Aid Technician (505) 387-7442, ybegay@navajotech.edu Rena Tom, Financial Aid Assistant (505) 387-7417, rtom@navajotech.edu

Deadline: October 2nd, 2020 @ 4PM

FAFSA CODE 016119

HOUSING navajotech.edu/future-students/housing Wilson Gilmore, Residential Services Manager wgilmore@navajotech.edu (505) 387-7476 or (505) 387-7486

FOLLOW US! Youtube: Navajo Technical University Twitter: https://twitter.com/NavajoTech Facebook: www.facebook.com/NavajoTech

Phone: (505) 387-7377 or (505) 387-7401

◦Fax: (505) 786-5644◦ Email: gslim@navajotech.edu

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4 - year institution

New Mexico Highlands University NMHU.EDU CAMPUS VISIT

ABOUT

New Mexico Highlands University has a diverse student body offering 35 undergraduate and 25 graduate degrees. The main campus is located in Las Vegas, NM, and there are centers in Farmington, Santa Fe, Rio Rancho, Albuquerque, and a graduate building in Roswell. 

nmhu.edu/campus-tour/visit-nmhu/

OPEN HOUSE Campus tours are being conducted virtually at this time.

ACT CODE 2640

New Mexico Highlands prides itself in our ability to offer high quality education at a much lower cost than most four year institutions.

ENROLLMENT

SAT CODE 4532

DEADLINES Open enrollment institution

Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,779 Graduate Enrollment: 1,112 Total: 2,891

ADMISSIONS STAFF nmhu.edu/office-of-student-recruitment-undergraduateadmissions/ bottom of the webpage

ADMISSION Freshman Admission Requirements: Freshman have to apply, submit high school transcripts, submit their FAFSA, have a 2.0 GPA, and possess a HS diploma or GED. Transfer Admission Requirements: Depending on the center.  Farmington, Santa Fe, and main campus:  30 credit hours. Rio Rancho and Albuquerque: 60 credits and an AA/AS/AAS.  Transfer students have to apply, submit transcripts, submit FAFSA, and have a 2.0 GPA.

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PO Box 9000 Las Vegas, NM 87701

Phone: (505) 454-3394

◦ Admissions Fax: (505) 454-3511 ◦ Email: admissions@nmhu.edu


4 - year institution ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST

HOUSING

For a NM Resident taking 12-18 credit hours. Tuition & Fees: $6,402 Housing & Dining: $7,830 Books & Supplies: $1,144

nmhu.edu/highlands-university-housing/ (505) 454-3193 housing@nmhu.edu $100 application fee

Estimated Total:

$15,376

*The total number are the high end of the costs listed.

FINANCIAL AID

UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT INFORMATION nmhu.edu/daca-students/

nmhu.edu/financial-aid/ (505) 454-3318 or 1-800-379-4038 financialaid@nmhu.edu

SCHOLARSHIPS nmhu.edu/financial-aid/scholarships/ Freshman scholarships are awarded based on a student’s admissions status. Students should be fully admitted by March 1st, before their first semester at NMHU, in order to qualify for priority scholarship awarding. A scholarship application is not required for these awards, but it is recommended to help a student’s eligibility for additional scholarship funding.

FAFSA CODE:

Highlands will accept students regardless of their citizenship status. Undocumented and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA)/Dreamer students who apply to Highlands are treated like family, the same as citizen applicants. Applying Undocumented students should follow the same application procedure for all domestic (not international) applicants to Highlands. Because federal financial aid is not available for undocumented students, Highlands provides state, institutional, and foundation scholarships in its place.  Undocumented students are also eligible for non-federal work-study jobs on campus.

REQUEST INFORMATION: apply.nmhu.edu/register/2020inquiries

002653

PO Box 9000 Las Vegas, NM 87701

Phone: (505) 454-3394

◦ Admissions Fax: (505) 454-3511 ◦ Email: admissions@nmhu.edu

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4 - year institution

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology NMT.EDU ABOUT

ACT CODE

New Mexico Tech is one of the top STEM universities in the country! NMT is looking for students who are intrigued by STEM and will thrive in a small school that provides an intense, focused education. Tech students look forward to the challenges and opportunities presented to them alongside our faculty who share their passion for knowledge. Hands-on learners do well at NMT due to the abundance of research opportunities.

2632

ENROLLMENT Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,412 Graduate Enrollment: 483 Total: 1,895

ADMISSION Application Fee: $15 (fee waiver available) Freshman Admission Requirements: GPA 2.5 (GED 500 or HiSet 75+), ACT score of 21 or SAT score of 1070 (Critical Reading and Math only) Transfer Admission Requirements: Cumulative GPA of 2.0, 30 or more credit hours and must place into Math 1240 (Pre-Calculus)

SAT CODE 4553

DEADLINES First Time Freshman scholarship deadline of March 1st and Transfer scholarship deadline of April 1st. Students must be admitted prior to these dates.

ADMISSIONS STAFF Hillary Pineda - Albuquerque Area hillary.pineda@nmt.edu Jered Cervantes - Northern New Mexico jered.cervantes@nmt.edu Brittani Webb - Southern New Mexico brittani.webb@nmt.edu

CAMPUS VISIT 1-on-1 Virtual Visits: apply.nmt.edu/portal/virtual_visit Campus Visit: apply.nmt.edu/portal/nmt_campus_visit

OPEN HOUSE Research @ Tech Day: February 15, 2021 Transfer @ Tech Day: March 5, 2021

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801 Leroy Pl, Socorro, NM

◦ Phone: (575) 835-5424 ◦Fax: (575) 835-5989 ◦ Email: admission@nmt.edu


4 - year institution ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST

HOUSING

For a NM Resident taking 12-18 credit hours. $8,158 Tuition & Fees in-state Housing & Dining $8,624 Books & Supplies $600

Residential_Life@nmt.edu (575) 835-5900 nmt.edu/reslife/index.php

$ 17,382

Estimated Total:

*The total number are the high end of the costs listed.

FINANCIAL AID nmt.edu/finaid/index.php (575) 835-5333 financial_aid@nmt.edu

SCHOLARSHIPS:

NMT Residential Life believes living on campus fosters student learning, development, and personal growth. We show dedication to our students by creating experiences and physical spaces that recognize the unique challenges and opportunities of being a Miner at New Mexico Tech. We are committed to providing intentional learning while facilitating a safe, inclusive, and academically focused environment.

UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT

nmt.edu/finaid/scholarships.php

INFORMATION New Mexico Tech offers merit-based scholarships to academically talented students. The application for admission is also the application for scholarships. If you are a NM resident, your merit-based scholarship will stack directly on top of the NM Legislative Lottery Scholarship.

New Mexico Tech does admit undocumented students. For scholarships, undocumented students that are NM residents are eligible for Tech merit scholarships and the Lottery Scholarship.

REQUEST INFORMATION apply.nmt.edu/register/inquiry_card

FAFSA CODE: 002664

801 Leroy Pl, Socorro, NM

Phone: (575) 835-5424

◦ Fax: (575) 835-5989◦ Email: admission@nmt.edu

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4 - year institution

New Mexico State University NMSU.EDU ABOUT

AGGIE PATHWAY

We are New Mexico’s land-grant institution and a comprehensive research university dedicated to teaching, research and service at all levels. Recognized as a top-tier university by U.S. News & World Report, NMSU is a welcoming community of talented faculty, staff and students who are working together to make a difference. 

aggiepathway.nmsu.edu/ Students may have different starting points. With that in mind we have programs that can help you earn the degree you want.

As a NASA Space Grant College, a Hispanic-serving institution and home to the first Honors College in New Mexico, NMSU offers an accessible education that shapes bright futures.

ENROLLMENT Undergraduate Enrollment: 14,296 Graduate Enrollment: 2,621 Total: 16,917

OPEN HOUSE Aggie Experience Saturday, October 17, 2020 Saturday, November 14, 2020 Monday, February 15, 2021 Register: aggie-experience.nmsu.edu/ 2638

SAT CODE

The application fee is $25 and nonrefundable. Freshman Admission Requirements: A cumulative high school GPA of 2.75, or ACT composite score of 21 or SAT score of 1060, or Ranked in the top 20 percent of their graduating class

PO Box 30001 Las Cruces, NM

admissions.nmsu.edu/virtual/

ACT CODE

ADMISSION

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CAMPUS VISIT

Phone: 1-800-662-6678; (575) 646-3121

4531

DEADLINES Must be admitted with by December 1 for top scholarship awards.

ADMISSIONS STAFF: admissions.nmsu.edu/contact-us/

◦ Fax: (575) 646-6330 ◦ Email: admissions@nmsu.edu


4 - year institution ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST

HOUSING

For a NM Resident taking 12-18 credit hours. $8,044 Tuition & Fees Housing & Dining $9,940 $1,240 Books & Supplies

housing.nmsu.edu/ (575) 646-3202 housing@nmsu.edu

Estimated Total

NMSU Housing & Residential Life provides comfortable, convenient and affordable options that cater to different levels of independence, lifestyle and amenities. We offer a variety of housing options while providing all the amenities, social interaction, and academic support that students need in a safe environment.

$19,224

*Total before financial aid and scholarship.

FINANCIAL AID fa.nmsu.edu (575) 646-4105; 877-278-8586 financialaid@nmsu.edu

FAFSA CODE

UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT

002657

INFORMATION

SCHOLARSHIPS

daca.nmsu.edu/

At NMSU, you can qualify for two different types of scholarships. The scholarships listed below are automatically awarded based on your admissions application. Additionally, you can apply for all other NMSU scholarships with a single application using Scholar Dollar$. 

Undocumented and DACA NMSU/DACC or other NMSU Branch students can contact Dr. Judith Flores Carmona issues that you are facing or questions that you may have about your life on campus. Chicano Programs cannot give legal advice and we urge students facing these issues to contact a licensed immigration attorney. However, you may have non-legal issues where we may be able to provide information and support. Chicano Program´s services are confidential.

admissions.nmsu.edu/scholarships/

Scholar Dollar$ opens October 1. For priority consideration, apply by March 1.

To make a private office appointment or appointment for a phone call, contact our office during office hours at 575-6464206 or email your question/ comment directly to Dr. Judith Flores Carmona at judithfc@nmsu.edu

REQUEST INFORMATION admissions.nmsu.edu/info/

PO Box 30001 Las Cruces, NM

Phone: 1-800-662-6678; (575) 646-3121

◦ Fax: (575) 646-6330 ◦ Email: admissions@nmsu.edu

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4 - year institution

Northern New Mexico College NNMC.EDU

ABOUT:

E N R O L L M E N T:

Northern New Mexico College has fulfilled the educa­ tional needs of the region for over a century. Originating in 1909 as the Spanish American Normal School in El Rito, Northern now offers more than 50 bachelor’s, associate, and certificate programs in a wide variety of fields, including recently introduced programs in technical trades. Popular programs include nursing and health sciences, business, liberal arts, education, and STEM programs. Graduates have gone on to pursue advanced degrees at colleges such as Johns Hopkins University and Purdue University, and employment at NASA and Los Alamos National Labs.

Undergraduate Enrollment: 1120 Total Enrollment (2019): 1120

Northern is an open-admissions college offering the most affordable bachelor’s degrees in the Southwestern United States and is competitively priced for all other programs. Northern is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and has earned prestigious national accreditations for its engineering, nursing, education, and business programs. To learn more, visit www.nnmc.edu

ADMISSIONS: Application Fee: Free Freshman Admission Requirements: Northern New Mexico College is an open-admissions institution. Admission requirements are a high school diploma or high school equivalency credential and transcripts. For placement, the college utilizes high school transcripts and any college entrance or placement exam scores you may have (SAT, ACT, Accuplacer, and the HiSET).

C A M P U S V I S I T:

To schedule your virtual campus visit, please contact Sara McCormick at sara.mccormick@nnmc.edu or (505) 747-2161.

OPEN HOUSE:

Due to COVID safety protocols, Fall 2020 classes and services will continue to be delivered in an online format, on-campus events are suspended, and presence on Northern campuses will remain as minimal as possible to prevent the spread of the virus.

A D M I S S I O N S S TA F F : • FRANK ORONA, Director forona@nnmc.edu, (505) 747-2269 •S  ARA MCCORMICK, Assistant Director & Recruiter sara.mccormick@nnmc.edu, (505) 747-2161 •V  IRGINIA NARANJO, Admissions Specialist vnaranjo@nnmc.edu, (505) 747-5485 • ARIANNA FIERRO, Admissions Specialist II arianna.fierro@nnmc.edu, (505) 747-2114

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921 Paseo de Oñate, Española, NM 87532

Phone: (505) 747-2111

◦ Fax : (505) 747-5449 ◦

Email: admissions@nnmc.edu


4 - year institution A C T C O D E : 0425

SCHOLARSHIPS:

S A T C O D E : 2639

NORTHERN $1,000 Scholarships are awarded to students through an online application process each year for the Fall semester. All enrolled students taking more than six credit hours, regardless of citizenship status, are eligible to apply. Other Northern scholarships available through the College include the Bridge Scholarship, the Ruby Palmund/Leonard Maley Nursing Scholarship, and others from program partners, the state, and national foundations. In addition, there are outside scholarship opportunities that do not involve Northern New Mexico College directly, including the Legislative Lottery Scholarship and NM Opportunity Scholarship. Learn more on our NNMC Scholarships webpage

DEADLINES:

• You can apply to Northern at any time. • Early registration is always recommended. • The last day to register for classes is the first day of classes. • Registration for our second Fall 2020 8-week term begins on Monday, October 19, 2020. • Registration for Spring 2021 semester begins Monday, October 19, 2020. • Spring classes begin Tuesday, January 19, 2021

E S T I M AT E D A N N UA L C O S T: For a full-time NM resident taking 12-18 credits: Tuition & Fees $4765 Books & Supplies $1200

student housing or dining halls.

UNDOCUMENTED S T U D E N T I N F O R M AT I O N :

ESTIMATED TOTAL: $5965* *total before financial aid and scholarships

Contact Frank Orona, forona@nnmc.edu, (505) 747-2269

FINANCIAL AID:

TO REQUE ST MORE I N F O R M AT I O N :

NNMC Financial Aid webpage finaid@nnmc.edu, (505) 747-2128

Please fill out our Admissions Interest Form Or contact us via CHAT on our website

F A F S A C O D E : 005286

921 Paseo de Oñate, Española, NM 87532

H O U S I N G : Northern currently does not have

Phone: (505) 747-2111

◦ Fax : (505) 747-5449 ◦

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The University of New Mexico UNM.EDU ABOUT

ADMISSION

Ranked among the top 1.5% of universities worldwide and New Mexico’s only R1 research university, UNM is also among to top 100 worldwide universities granted U.S. patents. UNM students can choose from 200 degree programs - many such as engineering, medicine, nursing, architecture, fine arts and more are nationally ranked. And with 400 student clubs & organizations, Division-I athletics, and a thriving cultural scene, our students play as hard as they work.

Application Fee: $25 New Mexico residents who apply before October 15th will have their fee waived. Fee waivers from NACAC, College Board or ACT will be accepted as well. Contact your high school counselor to see if you qualify Freshman Admission Requirements: UNM is Test Optional – you do not need an ACT or SAT score to be considered for admission. Learn more at: admissions.unm.edu/future-students/index.html

CAMPUS VISIT

ENROLLMENT

admissions.unm.edu/visit-us

Undergraduate Enrollment: 16,000 Graduate Enrollment: 5,500 Total: 23,000

admissions.unm.edu/visit-us

OPEN HOUSE ACT CODE 2650

SAT CODE 4845

DEADLINES admissions.unm.edu/future-students/index.html

ADMISSIONS STAFF admissions.unm.edu/connect-with-us/index.html

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PO Box 4895, Albuquerque, NM 87196

Phone: (505) 277-0385

◦ Email: unmlobos@unm.edu


4 - year institution ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST For a NM Resident taking 12-18 credit hours. Tuition & Fees $8,863 Housing & Dining $10,262 Books & Supplies $1,266 Estimated Total

$20,391

*Total before financial aid and scholarship.

FINANCIAL AID finaid.unm.edu 505-277-8900

FAFSA CODE 002663

SCHOLARSHIPS scholarships.unm.edu

HOUSING housing.unm.edu (505) 277-2606

UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT INFORMATION elcentro.unm.edu/undocu-resources/elcentroresources.html The Student Programs Specialist will help guide you through your academic career starting from the admissions process to graduation and beyond. Please make sure to schedule an appointment with them at (505) 277-5020 or email Alejandro Mendiaz-Rivera at amendiaz@unm.edu

REQUEST INFORMATION: admissions.unm.edu/connect-with-us/requestinformation.html

PO Box 4895, Albuquerque, NM 87196

Phone: (505) 277-0385

◦ Email: unmlobos@unm.edu

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Western New Mexico University WNMU.EDU ABOUT

ADMISSION

Established in 1893, Western New Mexico University sits in the shadows of the 3.3 million-acre Gila National Forest, minutes away from rugged public trails and wilderness areas, providing endless possibilities for adventures. WNMU overlooks the historic town, founded by miners, Hispanics and pioneers and now inclusive of artists and ranchers. WNMU is New Mexico’s only Applied Liberal Arts and Sciences university and one of the region’s Hispanic Serving Institutions. Affordably priced, close to home and ready to join you on your next EdVenture.

Application Fee: $30 Undergraduate, $40-$100 Graduate Freshman Admission Requirements: Open Enrollment Transfer Admission Requirements: College Transcripts

CAMPUS VISIT admissions.wnmu.edu/expedition

OPEN HOUSE November and February

ACT CODE 2646

SAT CODE 4535

ENROLLMENT

DEADLINES

Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,374 Graduate Enrollment: 958 Total: 3,332

Scholarship Priority Deadline December 1

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1000 West College Ave., Silver City, NM

ADMISSIONS STAFF admissions.wnmu.edu/sss

Phone: 1-800-872-9668; (575) 538-6000

◦ Email: admissions@wnmu.edu


4 - year institution ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST

HOUSING

For a NM Resident taking 12-18 credit hours. Tuition & Fees $6,574 Housing & Dining $9,996 Books & Supplies $1,040

reslife.wnmu.edu (575) 538-6629 Housing@wnmu.edu

Estimated Total

UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT

$17,610

*Total before financial aid and scholarship.

INFORMATION

FINANCIAL AID

admissions.wnmu.edu/daca

financialaid.wnmu.edu (575) 538-6173 finaid@wnmu.edu

SCHOLARSHIPS financialaid.wnmu.edu/financial-aid-scholarships/

FAFSA CODE:

DACA Students are eligible for: Admissions Scholarships – DACA/Dreamer students are eligible to apply for all the Admissions Scholarships depending on criteria required. Visit:  http://admissions.wnmu.edu/save/  for more information.

002664 New Mexico Lottery – DACA/Dreamer students are eligible to apply for the New Mexico Lottery Scholarship and Early Freshman Scholarship with a proof of New Mexico residency. Competitive Scholarship  – Western New MexicoUniversity offers a Competitive Scholarship which allows qualifying undergraduate students to attend at in-state rates regardless of where they live. Foundation Scholarships  – Dreamer students are eligible to apply to all the Foundation Scholarships. Visit: foundation.wnmu.edu/scholarship/ Workstudy  – DACA/Dreamer students are eligible for Institutional Workstudy positions. However, they are not eligible for Federal/State Work study positions.

REQUEST INFORMATION https://admissions.wnmu.edu/request

1000 West College Ave., Silver City, NM

Phone: 1-800-872-9668; (575) 538-6000

◦ Email: admissions@wnmu.edu

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