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Tuition Reduction Scholarships for Non-Residents

These programs are available for both first-time students and transfer students.

Additional Information: All first-time scholarships require the student to be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and be enrolled full time(12 hours or more per semester) - Transfer students must be transferring from a U.S. college or University. There are a limited number of awards available under each of these programs. Note: You may be eligible for one of these awards, but not be offered one if all available awards have been made for the year.

Please see the Entering Freshmen and Transfer Student Scholarship pages for other scholarship programs. New Mexico Tech awards no more than one scholarship to each student. If you inadvertently receive the offer of a second scholarship funded by New Mexico Tech, you may accept only one.

Tuition Reduction Scholarships for Non-Residents
Tuition Reduction Scholarship
Eligibility
Amount per Year
Duration of Award
How to Apply
Deadline
Competitive
Scholarship

Non residents who are first time students with high school GPA of 3.25 and ACT 27 or SAT 1280

or

Transfer student with a 3.5 college GPA and 30 college credits

Limited varying number of scholarships available each year. Apply early.

$700 stipend

Pay resident tuition rates instead of non-resident rates


First time scholarships are renewable for a maximum of 4 academic years (8 academic semesters, excluding summer semesters)

 

Transfer scholarships are renewable for a maximum of 3 academic years (6 academic semesters, excluding summer semesters)

Complete NMT Application for Undergraduate Admission and Scholarships

March 1 for First time Students

 

April 1 for Transfer Students

     
Colorado Reciprocity (CORE)

Colorado residents, first-time and transfer students

High school GPA of 2.5 and ACT 21 or SAT 1070

or

Transfer student with 2.5 GPA and 30 college credits

15 positions available each academic year. Apply early.

Pay resident tuition rates instead of non-resident rates
     
Western Undergraduate Exchange
(WUE)

 

Residents of Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, or Wyoming 

3.0 GPA and 23 ACT or 1130 SAT

or

Transfer student with 3.0 GPA  and 30 transfer hours

10 positions available each academic year. Apply early.


Pay 150% of resident tuition rates instead of non-resident rates
     

Scholarship Conditions & Requirements

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