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Giving

New Mexico Tech’s Office for Advancement exists to further the
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institution’s goals, the education of our students, and to increase research opportunities. More importantly we are about building relationships with private entities who share the vision of a science-based education.  Though we are a state institution, we count on private donors and industry to maintain the competitiveness and excellence of our academic and research departments.

With tuition costs soaring across the nation, more students are relying on scholarship assistance to complete their rigorous academic degrees. Your gift to New Mexico Tech can be directed to a general fund or a specific department. Donors can contribute to any of the hundreds of existing endowed scholarship funds, or create a new fund with a special interest. Click here to see the list of Endowment Scholarships. Check out our "Where Does Your Money Go" section of the website to see some of the students that are benefiting from the generous donations. For more information on how you can donate to your special interest at Tech please contact Colleen Guengerich at cguengerich@admin.nmt.edu or call 575-835-5525

Tech Ruggers Defeat UTEP by Narrowest Margin

Tech Ruggers Defeat UTEP by Narrowest Margin

SOCORRO, N.M. September 16, 2014 – New Mexico Tech's men's rugby team won their first home match of the fall season Saturday, but as the international rugby press might phrase it, "only just." The Pyg...

Students Invited To Apply For Regent Position

Students Invited To Apply For Regent Position

SOCORRO, N.M. September 16 2014 – New Mexico Tech is now accepting applications for the position of Student Regent. Israel Rodriguez Rios’s term ends at the end of the year. The next Student Regent wi...

Regents Report: Construction, Enrollment, More

Regents Report: Construction, Enrollment, More

SOCORRO, N.M. September 15, 2014 – The New Mexico Tech Board of Regents met Tuesday, Sept. 9, in Socorro, covering routine business and updates. President Dr. Daniel H. Lopez said the university has ...

Health Insurance Changes Proposed

Health Insurance Changes Proposed

SOCORRO, N.M. September 11, 2014 – New Mexico Tech is considering changes to the health insurance for the 2015 calendar year. The Board of Regents will consider the following options. Also, the ann...

Tech Soliciting Comments On Reaccreditation Reports

Tech Soliciting Comments On Reaccreditation Reports

SOCORRO, N.M. September 11, 2014 – New Mexico Tech is asking the campus community to provide input on draft documents for the ongoing reaccreditation process. Faculty, staff, alumni and students are ...

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