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Impact on Students

In 2009, NM Tech received the first of three annual consecutive education-centered grants (2 Title V and 1 Title III), totaling $10.35 million, to address retention and success rates of first-time freshman to graduate students and particularly of underrepresented populations.  Each federally funded grant houses multiple project initiatives which work toward increasing retention and success rates of NMT students, and since 2009 when the first grant was received, both the retention and enrollment rates have increased culminating in a 13-year high retention rate of 76.6%.  We believe that a large portion of the increases are due in part to the grant initiatives.  

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FirstFullTimeRetention0913
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Technology and Infrastructure Investments to date:

  • 15 Smart Classrooms
  • 14 Learning Lounges
  • 2 Training Rooms 
  • 2 Tutoring Rooms
  • 1 Engineering Success Lab